Our friend Lynn joined the 2014 Smith Tour for four days. Without a doubt Lynn will take home life long memories of the Cascades,
Winthrop town and its surrounding area,
watching Washington State University Wazoos play the Oregon Ducks, thanks to a former student of Lynn’s, #25 Jamal Morrow of the Washington State Cougars,
Campground Hostess: Welcome to our campground. Here’s an information sheet for you.
Shelley: Thank you. Looks great.
Campground Hostess: Love your shirt. Good to see people support the cause.
Shelley: Yeah, breast cancer is a crap disease.
Campground Hostess: Sure is. Was diagnosed with it last year.
Shelley: I’m so sorry to hear that.
Campground Hostess: Told the doctor to take ’em both off. Said, “I didn’t want to take the chance of it spreading.”
Shelley: That makes sense.
Campground: He did leave me a cleavage though. Here. Take a look.
Shelley: There it is.
Campground Hostess: What do you think?
Shelley: That’s a great looking cleavage. Wish I had one like that. Oh! Ha! Ha! Ha! What about you Lynn?
Campground Hostess: But the best bit is that Tom here, he’s my husband, asked my doctor if he could keep both breasts so he could mount them above the doorway. That way, any time Tom walked by he could reach up and give them a squeeze.
As the “Comox Valley Echo” hasn’t responded to my offer for “Honey” to be their blog, I am going to tag them in and beg for forgiveness.
Shelley and John