"I've discovered that my own little postage stamp of native soil was worth writing about and that I would never live long enough to exhaust it."
- William Faulkner

Monday, June 7, 2010


Things I learned while at the beach this weekend:

1. Spray sunscreen provides little other than a false sense of security. I am hurting. Bad.

2. Jen Lancaster is the perfect author for beach reads, bar none. Sorry, Eric, but I had to cut you loose.

3. There will always be people bigger than you sporting bathing suits smaller than yours. And vice versa.

4. Just because you see someone in a bar that looks just like Jennifer Nettles, and you are able to convince everyone around you that it IS Jennifer Nettles does not make said person actually Jennifer Nettles. Especially if her name is Tonya.

Hope you all had a great weekend. I’m back to the real world now with my aloe vera in a holster.


Katy Agnew said...

And this is one of the many reasons I love you, MSKS! You should have asked me about the spray sunscreen... :) You know I know my sunscreen!

LT (and Max) said...

so, it wasn't REALLY jnettles? sad. i love her.

i'm so excited about seeing you this weekend at kate's wedding!

Claire said...

Dear msk(s),

Just curious, but how is it that you did not learn lesson #4 vicariously through my "I swear I saw Chris O'Donnell in a blue gingham shirt in Sam's in Nashville and he was looking at Batman figurines" episode of yore? I guess some lessons we have to learn for ourselves.

Love & Junior Mints,

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