Thursday, October 25, 2007

A picture was lost.

Thank you very much Ranger. Your signature allowing the delivery of the flat screen TV made to young people very happy.

Steve and Elissa were admiring their new flat screen TV yesterday evening when I returned home from school. S. look at E. and said "Shall we take the TV out of the box? She said sure!" Wow the flat screen is BIG with picture inside a picture. If I had only saved the picture I took with my phone of S. holding the 60 pound TV in his lab with a HUGE smile. Oh boy. Being tired is not excuse for not saving a picture on my phone of precious moment.

Kitty Kitty, this name is just until I can figure out a name that fits the cats personality. I saw a black and white quick image in the window as I was drinking my Starbucks coffee this morning. When I stood up to look out the window, I realized the Kitty was tiring to look inside the house for some reason. When I went outside to chat with the Kitty, she ran to the hedges and disappeared.

8 comments:

RANGER said...

I was happy to be there. It came early in the mid-morning. You all needed Haymara there with her camera to take a picture of S and E with their monster screen ;-)

Do you think the little black and white phantom was looking for breakfast?

Zeta said...

Haymara would have not missed the photo. The black and white phantom already ate breakfast an hour before hand.

ol Doc said...

Was the Giant Screen a wedding gift or a present to themselves. How giant is giant? We found a non-plasma, flat-screen but with a standard depth body, that was HD ready at 42 inches. It was about half price to the rest of the ads. Only thing lacking was the cover for the on-off switch. You have to stick your hand inside the little hole and hit the switch - but then I can operate the REMOTE so all's well - and now I can see the thing without glasses, most of the time.

Ol DOC

Zeta said...

The TV was a present to themselves due to a big discount through Steve's employer. The flat screen measures 42 1/ 64 diagonally aquos liquid crystal. Your TV was a great purchase and we like to look for bargains in the same way you and Uncle T. do. Wow, 42 inches will not even fit inside my cabinet in the living room. When S. and E. took their TV out of the box, our TV shrank inside our cabinet before our eyes.

Zeta said...

PS, yes, I too need glasses to see just about everything more than 12 feet away from me.

Big Ed said...

Be glad, I need glasses to see things 12 centimeters away from me.

ol Doc said...

Do the vision limitations mean you could get a discount because the large screen TV is "Medically Necessary" ?

It's worth a try....

Zeta said...

E. and S. seem to have perfect vision. Maybe we could vote to add this as a tax write off at the next election?