Random thoughts on most things from A. M. Craig.

Saturday, September 13, 2008


Last night we had an awesome barbecue at my house.

Barbecue is one of the most commonly misspelled words in English.

This morning I went to the Governor's Day Parade at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

Then I interviewed the Governor.

Then I looked around some Helicopters. A Black Hawk and an Apache. And a Tank.

Then I came home and made an awesome lunch for myself.

Tonight I'm going to a friends for dinner.

Shaping up to be a good day.


SamYam said...

Good for you Austin, I wish I could be a part of it.

Nancy said...

so I went to a barbeque (I misspelled it just for you!) and then interviewed the governor, just a typical day! What? So did you get the anchor job or is this for your old job? You didn't enter my giveaway yet, don't you know anyone who likes cupcakes? It could be a conversation starter.

Erin Leigh said...

That is why it's best to use "BBQ." In fact, we should just say "B-B-Q" all the time. Just a suggestion...

Camille said...

You seriously mean to tell me it's not barbeque?? Oh wow.. I feel dumb, even my auto spell check just picked it up...