Discovered by the Germans in 1904, "San Diego" Translates as "A Whale's Vagina"

What’s that? It’s “Saint Diego”? No, I don’t think so. Agree to disagree.

I’ve been at a beach resort in San Diego since the 8th, hanging out with awesome people, eating good food and drinking good beer, karaokeing, going to the spa… you know, working. In particular, I spent a lot of time working from my 10th floor balcony, where I was forced to look up and see this every few minutes:

As a blogger might say: “Work is HARD, y’all!”

I’m going to drag myself back into the blogging saddle this week. I miss you guys! Well, that, and I really have to stop ordering take-out yellow curry from the Thai place down the street every night. But I can’t wait to tell you what I’m up to these days, even though I feel a little bad knowing that it will probably make you hate your own life. Them’s the breaks!

(By the way, I work here now. So, y’know: awesomesauce.)

8 thoughts on “Discovered by the Germans in 1904, "San Diego" Translates as "A Whale's Vagina"

  1. What Jodi said! Were you worried we would crash your hotel room in San Diego if you told us about it earlier? Cuz it is still hot as heck in Phoenix, and I’m ready to get in my car and head west. I love San Diego. I have trouble not eating a sundae from the Ghirardelli place downtown every night when I am there.

  2. Yes, please get back in the saddle. Can’t have the republicans claim all the crazy this last quarter of the year, got to get some of it back for ourselves!

  3. Michelle,
    And here I thought you had given up on blogging, and allowing me to comment at least once on your stuff. For this one, I thank you.
    Le Clown

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