Sunday, October 8, 2017

Dedications For YOU from Greece, Part I.

Dear Sillies,
In no particular order, I'm posting snapshots from Greece - each dedicated to one of you. My photography and camera are not great. But you were on my mind, so I hope that makes up for it. Here we go...

T-shirt logo for Captain Alex, The Great.
For Stephen Hayes, classy and classical artwork was everywhere. This, in an Athens' hotel lobby.

Janie, these are for you, but only when WDW is away. {We don't want him threatened by the one that's front and center. Surely, he has no reason to be.}
 
Ah, the cucumber -- the sweet, refreshing cucumber and various pickled items that enhanced every meal. Dedicated, naturally, to Pickleope Von Pickleope.

The little green car on the right is a "Polizei" car, for Momma Fargo.
Psst, Mitchell didn't tell me that he and San Geraldo would be in Greece. This picture is the evidence. It's obvious, right? He's the one on the right.


Contest winner (see last post), and one of my most loyal bloggy friends, Elephant's Child, will receive a sweet package that I bought in Greece. EC posts wonderfully exotic sights including bird close-ups, kangaroos, uniquely colorful flowers, etc. She's as heartfelt and inspirational as they get. So I decided to dedicate this Grecian dove to EC.


More to follow.
Be safe, and take care, friends.

39 comments:

  1. Megathanks.
    The Grecian dove is both elegant and more gentle than I can manage most days, but I do love it. Thank you.

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    1. It's an appropriate symbol of your essence, my friend. They flocked us on the rooftop (with bar and pool, quite a luxurious rooftop) of St. George Hotel in Athens. I was excited - had never seen a dove before.

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  2. Oh, Greece! I'd love to go there some day! How wonderful for you -- were you on a cruise or did you do a land tour? These photos (and the dedications) are hilarious -- especially the one for Janie, LOL!

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    1. Hi, Deb. Would love to fill you in. If you ever wanna chat, feel free to message me. I went with a good friend on a tour (GoAhead Tours). It was an almost two week thing. Wish we had a bit more time. But everything and everyone was fabulous. Photo for you in upcoming posts.

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  3. Ha! Oh, Robyn, I hope I look better than THAT from behind!

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    1. I assumed so, Mitchell, but I kept waiting and waiting and you didn't strip down any further. So I took the photo as such.

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  4. Greece is on my wishlist. What a great post and congrats to Elephant's Child!

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    1. I very highly recommend it, Blogoratti, and I hope you get to go someday. It's heavenly.

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  5. Greece! Now that is an awesome trip.
    Thanks for the catching the t-shirt for me. I really do need one of those. Maybe one for Mini-Alex.

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    1. I thought of Mini-Alex, too, but I didn't see one small enough for him.

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  6. What did you bring home from Greece? Oh, I brought home a souvenir artistic dildo. LOL!

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    1. I know. There were all over the place, Diane. Yet I never saw anyone buy (or even look at) one. I was the only one giving them attention for the sake of this photo.

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  7. I hope we'll learn more about your trip to Greece. Funny photos.

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    1. Historical details overwhelm me and got all mixed up in my brain, but I'll attach info as I can, Sage. I learned so much that made my mouth drop - civilizations thousands of years old, much more advanced that we are today...

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  8. haha you sure matched them up well. But who in the heck would buy a giant, useless umm wanker? Let's stick it on the end table. Doesn't it look so inviting? Pffft lol

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    1. Haha. Right? It isn't even battery operated. But that's Greece. The tour director warned us that we'd see everything. And we did.

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  9. fun pics and comments. Glad Elephant Child won your Greece prize pack - she is everywhere with good comments and her blog is lovely. So glad YOU had fun

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    1. Thank you, Joanne. Stay tuned for something for you. You are everywhere with good comments too.

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  10. I think it's notable that the dildos and cucumbers are in adjacent pictures. I've heard stories about those Greeks.

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    1. Great catch, Jono. I didn't even think of that - not consciously.

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  11. Oh my gosh you went to Greece! What an amazing trip. I'm looking forward to more posts about this.

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  12. I feel sorry for Alexander's kid brother, "Stavros the So-So."

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    1. Ha! Good point, Al.
      And the third kid: "Thirodeon, the Unwelcome Surprise."

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  13. Cocks? I get cocks? Well, fuck me. Yeah! Fuck me! I assume the phallus is a tribute to Hermes (yes, I studied Greek mythology).

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I forgot all the names I learned, but the phallus is a tribute to both Hermes and the Great WDW. F*ck you, my friend. Woohoo!
      Love.

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    1. Because you were too busy looking for Carmen Santiego, and then you copied off of Janie's answer sheet. I'm onto students like you. You act sweet and innocent, and you get by with B+'s, but you're the sneakiest of all. Silly fishducky.
      Cheers.

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    2. Fishducky, you won the lottery a long time ago when you married Bud and had those great kids and grandkids.

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  15. I look forward to seeing more photos of your adventure.

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  16. Friends, no worries (as of now). Wildfires throughout the state, unforgiving winds - it's very scary, but I'm fine.

    Be safe too.

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  17. Happy to know you're safe and sound, Robyn. Your trip sounds amazing. I wish I had made it there when I lived in Europe. Wah!! Love you, my friend.

    Enjoy the rest of your week!
    Elsie

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  18. Open your beer and have an orgasm.
    The things you find on holiday.
    Great place to visit. Glad you had fun there.
    xo

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  19. Oh my gosh, I just saw my sister's Christmas gift hanging there!!

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