oh!! this is so sweet..
Good one, I've been in a number of those places, frequently.
Very fun! I'm kind of a Cahoots fan, but I won't name any accomplices.
Oh, this is funny!
That's cute, I hadn't seen it before.
That is well put together - enjoyed read that :)
so cute! I always have joked that I think incognito must be next to Escondido, because that's a real city relatively near here. LOL
A fun visit, brightened my day.
Cahoots eh?Well I did some checking with neighbours here and we all thought that the word was"dinky-di" Aussie as we have all been in 'cahoots" with mates in our childhood.Mostly for somewhat "devious or questionable" activities - the TOP SECRET STUFF.I recall childhood and secondary "cahooting" activities which got me into some strifewith authorities ie: parents and teachers!Actually to give examples of present and recent "cahooting", I would say I am in "Cahoots"with your 100 plus % views on the present occupant of 1600 Penn Avenue.With two of your Aussie readers I would say I cahoot!Margaret Davis on her excellent geography and history etc etc winter travels to the northof Australia. My comments add some of my recollections to places she mentions - so that is a "cahoot".Then in 2006/2007 I was on a reunion committee and was in complete "cahoots" withDiane Bohlen, another follower of your blog - we "cahooted" like mad to get things best for all ex-ASOPIANSof the teaching fraternity who went to PNG, Nauru and to the Northern Territory at our big2007 reunion in Brisbane.Ah, nothing wrong with cahooting - we are always young if we CAHOOT.CheersColin
Hehe, that's very clever. :-)