What is a "bottom line"???

According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, there are numerous "bottom lines"...a biweekly alternative newspaper at the University of California Santa Barbara, the running scores and news for ESPN (the ticker at the bottom of the screen); net income (revenue minus costs and expenses); music venue in New York City's Greenwich Village; a World Wrestling Entertainment syndicated television show; catch phrase of Stone Cold Steve Austin and John Vespa; a publishing company...and my backside!!!!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

30 Days of Blogging Challenge-Day 5

Today's assignment was to post photo(s) of some place that we have been...

For your viewing pleasure (and my desire to be there once again!)...

Both of these pics were taken back in May (this year) when we went on our annual vacation.  Neither one of us had ever been to Ft. Lauderdale...and we have friends that live there...so we decided to go visit.   We LOVED it!  It was nothing like I expected.  There was great eats, great shopping, great walking...just a fabulous vacation.   Seeing these photos makes me very sad...no more fun trips scheduled for me until 2012!

Until next time...


  1. Kim- I am excited you are going to do the Fitness Challenge with us this week. It is pretty simple to explain. Basically our challenge was to keep a record of our exercise during the week (Monday-Saturday). Then on Sunday we share how many minutes of exercise we did...and someone wins the week. We specified that exercise included anything you did at the gym, fitness classes,swimming, workout DVDs, and walking/running outside. So walking outside 30 mins counted but walking 30 mins while shopping didn't count. Swimming laps counts, but treading water while watching kids play in the pool didn't count...make sense?
    Can't wait to see your results on Sunday :)

  2. great pictures! you gotta love ft. lauderdale !

  3. so glad to see you are back to blogging!!


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