Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Its Time...

OK Beatty's, it's TIME:

1 - To renovate this blog

2 - To figure out the camping trip

3 - To ring in the first day of Summertime

SO, to celebrate the solstice from my end (Los Angeles, as the sun has set) I just wanted to let you know that I love you all and I think we should get this Beattyball thing rolling again.

Let's see some responses, yo



AdieSpringB said...

Now that I too live further away I do AGREE WITH YE!
IT's TIME!!!

AdieSpringB said...

It's so funny that you JUST posted this. I was only this last minute (thirty minutes since your post) thinking about how I am going to start this thing up again! I LOVE you Mikie. We are psychic!

It's STILL LIGHT OUT.........

moonshinejunkyard said...

what a crazy great solstice. i loved LOVED LOVED jumping back and forth from the pool to the hot tub and back at j and e's. running around drinking white wine with the pville kids. anyhoo, i love this idea and i am soooo ready to plan camping trip. let's make it official: here are the dates.

august 4 (or whatever day we need to leave to camp somewhere in wyoming by saturday night?) to august 14. people that don't want to do the whole ten days don't need to. we can figure out trains or planes home if necessary, or take enough cars that one can come back early. that means you JOEY n EM!!! addie, maybe you'd want to come for a shorter part of it with joey? anyway i am so excited to explore this part of our country. anyone who needs to get excited about wyoming should read Gretel Erlich.

love you guys. who will make this blog look cuter?

Mikie said...

cool heather! Thanks for the dateroos. I can do that for sure. I really wish I had been at the party last night - my retarded los angeles existence once again has successfully kept me away from my family, their fun times, and now the oddity of a gf in my life. :(

mooncowboy said...

Heather I can try and make it cuter. Mikie, so glad you're coming!

we had our own little backyard solstice bonfire last night, eating ice cream sticks and reading. love it, but wish we were there, you were here, etc.

along with of Gretel Ehrlich, i recommend Annie Proulx's Close Range, Elinore Pruitt Stewart's Letters of a Woman Homesteader, and maybe C.L. Rawlins' poetry.

it will be beyond amazing

Papa Dan said...

I just wanted to add my two cents here since I happened to check our fam blog and wa-la, a current input by Mikie. Thank you Mikie and Joey is the only comment missing. Anyway nothing much to say except I love you ALL (including Joey of course) and your loved ones so much. Looking foreward to our upcoming get togethers!!