Me, too! It was bothering me all game who that reminded me of, and in the end I settled on Left Eye from TLC. Nelly works, too.
As someone who lived there, I preferred the fall and spring, when things were quieter. :-) It is gorgeous the other seasons, though. Kings Beach was just such a zoo during the summer.
Truckee is fantastic. I used to love browsing the little shops there, and I really miss Red Truck at the airport. Really great food, and it's fun to watch the planes take off and land. And now I'm craving their food . . . :-)
North Lake! :-)
I used to work in the cage at the Tahoe Biltmore. Just moved back to Ohio from there a little over a year ago.
He looks a lot like one of my cats, Angus, who is so handsome he is also known as the Tiger Prince.
And I just admitted this to a bunch of people I don't know. I must really be running on fumes. Bar exam tomorrow, woohoo! *cries*
I remember watching the Buckeyes as a kid (1980s) and being nervous every time they threw the ball, especially if it was a long bomb (watching many of the games on tv with my fond-of-complaining grandmother probably didn't help things). I still get a bit of that feeling, but now it's more excited nervousness. I can't wait for the season to start!
It's too late, I'm afraid. I'm already admitted in California! *evil laugh*
I wish I knew! I have family in Columbus and could've stayed with them. Instead, I have to drive further and pay for a hotel (and I don't sleep well in hotels). Grrr!
Also, thank you!
If those donors are still feeling generous, I've got a pile of student loans that need to be paid off. :-) Those are some crazy fundraising totals.
Off topic: Bar exam starts Tuesday. Ugh. Any recommendations for bar exam hype songs? When I took the CA bar, I just played "Mama Said Knock You Out" on repeat, but I'd appreciate some additional material given the long drive from CLE to Wilmington. Thanks in advance! :-)
When I was practicing law in the Central Valley of CA, I had to argue to the Franchise Tax Board that the product my client was selling was manure, not fertilizer, and therefore the client did not owe sales tax.
Hours of research into the definition of "manure." I shit you not. :-)