Saturday, September 03, 2005

Here's a Post I Should Have Put in Two Weeks Ago

My mom met her best friend in seventh grade. They stayed friends through adulthood, marriage, kids, divorce, the 80's and lots of other terrible things. Now the kids are grown and we have kids of our own. Our families couldn't be more different unless there were another species of human out there. Now that I think about it, that may just be it. My mom and her friend grew up in San Bernardino County (home of McDonald's and the Hell's Angels) and my mom got out of there as quickly as possible and moved to San Diego. Whew! To think, I could have grown up a desert rat. Her friend moved one county south, to Riverside about fifteen years ago. Two weekends ago another birthday party was thrown and even though gas is terribly expensive we made the 90 minute trip up north to celebrate...because we're family. And frankly, I had nothing else planned. Ha!

All RIGHT!! Paris, only 17 more miles! Oh, wrong one. Well, in this Perris you can go soak in the hot springs. That was one of my grandma's favorite things to do.


It's HOT. If you look closely, you can see Trey passed out in his carseat.


A whole lotta nothin'. That's what I like to see. Unfortunately it won't stay this way.

Would YOU pay $400,000 for one of these houses, at least an hour outside of town?? Notice how much land is in front of them, but between them, not much. That's so you can squeeeeze as many in there as possible.


This is what I'm getting ready to get on to.


Follow that Truck!!


And now, Blogger will not allow me to add any more pictures to this post, so I will have to continue on another.

2 comments:

Beth said...

$400,000 for a house, CRAZY...you could seriously by a mansion out here for that price lol.
The traffic looked crappy girl, I hope it was excellent once you got on though. Or did you have to deal with all those people that wouldn't let you in (I hate those people).

Kelly said...

FOLLOW THAT TRUCK! I love it! Sad how all thes areas are getting developed lately. Great photos!