Once upon a time in Texas, there was a girl with an appetite and a dream...

12.10.2006

This is the way we go work


(*sounds of birds chirping, flute playing*)
This is why I walk to work:

(*record scratch*)

Well...that and I don't have a car anymore.

16 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

you are a funny young woman

12/10/2006 4:28 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Work? Did I miss something? What are you doing these days?

Cyn

12/11/2006 2:52 AM

 
Blogger nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

Ha! I'd take you commute over mine (sitting in a car stuck in traffic, looking at strip malls) any day of the week.

12/11/2006 10:56 AM

 
Blogger Tracie B. said...

anonymous--mom, is that you again?

cyn--i guess i'll post about it soon...nothing much unfortunately!

nyc--even when it's raining? because that walk is WAY more unpleasant if you get wet

12/11/2006 12:03 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You don't have a car anymore? What happened to it? I'm so out of the loop here.
And, sorry for swinging by Naples without giving you a ring...do you get there often?

12/11/2006 4:29 PM

 
Anonymous J.Doe said...

Ha Ha. Funny post. Hope you don't have to walk far though.

12/11/2006 4:32 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You don't have a car anymore? What happened to it? I'm so out of the loop here.
And, sorry for swinging by Naples without giving you a ring...do you get there often?

12/11/2006 4:33 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You don't have a car anymore? What happened to it? I'm so out of the loop here.
And, sorry for swinging by Naples without giving you a ring...do you get there often?

12/11/2006 4:36 PM

 
Anonymous ToTo_too said...

Hmm, given your previous post, "A Little Bit of Sacrifice", I should hope you gave away your car so you could "practice" even harder. And hey, I thought Nov-April was rainy season in ITA. It looks like early June in your picture - lucky lady.

12/11/2006 7:55 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Tracie, I have a small pine tree growing in the planter in the back by the pump. Would you like for me to send it to you. I am sure that it would improve any view to have a Southeast Texas pine growing along the way. Might make it kinda homey over there. And I am sure that Southeast Texas could do without one more pine tree. You know we might get a view like that if we climbed to the top of one of our pine trees. Then again we might just see the top of a bunch more pine trees.
Love ya Tra, yore Pappy

12/11/2006 9:27 PM

 
Blogger Susan in Italy said...

Hey, but now you can join the not-addicted-to-oil, self-righteous folks like me!

12/12/2006 12:49 AM

 
Blogger Dear AL said...

Hey, look at the bright side, you don't have to buy gas anymore.

Wish that was my route to work, but the distance to my job would kill me.

Yeah, Tracie, what do you do for a living?

12/12/2006 7:01 AM

 
Anonymous franca said...

Hey Tracie.

I wish I could see all that beauty when I go to work.....No, really, what job do you have now, besides, um, what Gennaro "thinks" you do. haha.

12/12/2006 10:01 AM

 
Anonymous Buzzurro said...

GREAT post !
...but, sorry for the car.

12/12/2006 9:10 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lucky!

12/12/2006 11:19 PM

 
Blogger Tracie B. said...

julie--i tried to comment, but i haven't been able to comment with beta since yesterday, so i'll leave it here:

ha! my first experience was with my aunt. i was little and i put my arm around her leg while she was getting ready in front of the bathroom mirror at my gmother's house. ouch. i remember her laughing at my reaction...

this is all exactly why i don't shave. waxing is so cheap here that i've become spoiled BUT, i need to wax again. my legs are hairyer (sp?) than your sister's husband's...

(her post was about prickly legs, check it out)

12/13/2006 2:23 AM

 

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