Kilroy’s Seiche


Kilroy’s Seiche

 A seiche is a standing wave in an enclosed or partially enclosed body of water. On the cabin’s beach, along the shore of Lake Superior, a seiche appears as a small sand peninsula or island. Kilroy is a popular American graffiti expression. It is widely known among U.S. residents who lived thru World War II. Anne drew this. She had tried writing the State of Michigan’s motto, “If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you.”, but waves kept washing away her words. This seiche was a pleasant little peninsula on the lake’s edge.

The roofers showed up this morning. Since, they are still hammering away, I’ll hold off on any further comments until later. I went to work today. My first day back from vacation is always a bit of a daze. All in all, it was pretty good first day back at work. First off, I found my badge, this is always a must. Second, my badge worked, this is always a good sign. Thirdly, I remembered my password, so I could login and check my email messages. Reading my unread mail helped to remind me what I had been doing. I had missed a few meetings in my absence. “I wouldn’t say I’ve been missing it Bob,” to quote ‘Office Space’. After lunch, I slogged through a three-hour sausage making meeting, or maybe I should say sausage engineering. It was a good thing that it occurred after lunch and not before.

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