The last two days have been interesting. I forgot to do my blog yesterday morning. I was just wrapping up this morning’s blog and lost it. I need brain pills!
I missed yesterday because my day got screwed up. I had to be at the television studio at 8 in the morning to record this morning’s show. The Key West Lou Legal Hour. Ten my time.
I recorded the show, went to Blossoms, read at Blossoms and at home. Napped. Thought to myself what a beautiful lazy day!
Then the telephone calls and e mails started coming in. Where is the blog? It was now close to 5. I had to be at bocce by 6. No time to do it that late.
I am sorry. What can I say?
Watch my tv/internet show at 10. It is good! My take on Syria, Greece and food, blaming Obama, Florida high school athletes may have to take urine tests, examples of a poor judge and a good judge, and more. Available on television from Key West through Boca Raton. Comcast Channel 87 and U-Verse Channel 19. Via the internet world wide. www.weyw19.com.
Bocce last night. A disaster. We lost 2 games. Long, also. We were the last teams playing. The courts were deserted, except for us.
Stephanie Kaple played on the opposing team. She threatened to rip her bra off as I was shooting to distract me. She should have. She might have inspired me. I probably would have shot better.
Kathleen Peace was in Key West visiting. She came to bocce. A hug and kiss and some amiable chatting. One wonderful lady! I miss her. All of Key West misses her.
I enjoy old movies of TV. Ergo, I especially enjoy Ted Turner’s Classic Movie Channel. The other morning I watched The Jazz Singer. The first talking movie. 1927. Starred Al Jolson. Remember him? Mamie!!!
I had not seen the movie before. It was a silent film till Jolson sang. What a difference! He was loud and clear. It brought a tear to my eye. I was watching history. Imagine how the people back then felt when they heard Jolson sing in the movie. Wonder of wonders! A movie that talked!
There was a sport’s page article yesterday in the Key west Citizen regarding Evan De Roche. He is a 17 year old Key West High School student. He is also one hell of a golfer! He has won many titles and otherwise distinguished himself nationally. You may hear his name several years from now on the pro circuit.
Evan has been a familiar sight on the Key West Golf course over the years. He started into the sport early. I can recall about 10 years ago, Kevin approached Larry Smith on the golf course. Evan said to Larry…..I will give you a stroke a hole and we play a dollar a hole. The kid had to be 7-8 years old. Larry told me afterwards he had played him several times. The young man always gave Larry strokes and still beat Larry.
Womenfest Week this week in Key West. Womenfest is best described as a southern most party for lesbians and their friends. The week has been ongoing for more than 25 years. A bevy of beautiful women are all over town enjoying themselves. Welcome back, ladies!
A major disappointment! This morning’s Key West Citizen ran an article advising that Solares Hill would no longer be published. Solares Hill is a free weekly published by the Citizen. The Citizen claims there no longer are sufficient advertising dollars available to keep the paper afloat.
Sad! Solares Hill was a most enjoyable publication. I looked forward to reading it every sunday.
Enjoy your day!