I wonder what kind of information the Braille imparts.
At the Blue Baker in College Station, Texas.
Hmmm. A No Parking sign. Wonder what that really means.
Where the sidewalk ends . . .
This caught my eye as I was leaving a sandwich shop on my way to the sewing guild meeting. Bingo Gossip? A whole newspaper dedicated to not just bingo, but bingo gossip? What goes on in those gaming rooms? Does TMZ know about this?
I have a vague memory of playing bingo sometime in my life, but it’s so hazy that it has just as much chance of not being true as being true. In any case, I certainly haven’t kept up with the advances in bingo technology or gossip, so I decided that it wouldn’t hurt for me to take one issue even though I’m not a player.
First is an article from the editor, Missy Kemp, recommending the Black Dagger Brotherhood, a vampire fiction series, written by J.R. Ward. I am happy to read this article, as hubby loves vampire stories and I don’t think he’s familiar with this author.
Horoscopes and a few quotes follow the intro article. She prints one of my favorite quotes of all time: “Change before you have to.” ~ Jack Welch, former CEO of the General Electric Company.
I found lucky numbers, an advice column, trivia (I love trivia), jokes, crossword puzzles and brain teasers, recipes, advertisements, and — hey! — bingo calendars from all over Texas. Visit Austin, Corpus Christi, Killeen, Temple, or Harker Heights (and more) for bingo! There is still time to schedule a trip to the Austin Capitol Bingo hall (they also have their own Facebook page) on August 24th where they will be giving away a flat screen TV.
There are several mentions throughout the newspaper of computer bingo. You mean they don’t still use the little cards like they did all those years ago when I may (or may not) have played? Maybe I should check it out for myself in the interest of, you know, research.
Just don’t even think about going in with a bad attitude!
I was real careful when I went to take this photo because I don’t work at that complex.
At Trader Joe’s in Houston. Yep, when I travel to the big city, I’m all about going grocery shopping. Just one wild and crazy woman!
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