After yesterday's horrific incident at the Boston Marathon yesterday I feel it is appropriate that I post these two short videos of our recent Bloggerpalooza event in Lewes, DE.
Why do I make the connection between such a evil event like the bombing at the Boston Marathon and the over abundance of goodwill and camaraderie that was on display at the Bloggerpalooza? To me these two events demonstrates the constant ying and yang of our life, the struggle between good and evil.
To my dying day I will never understand what possesses some people (and cultures) to promote and practice evil when life is so much better to promote and practice good. I'm not a religious person (don't believe in "man-made religion") but I do thank God (or whoever is "up there" or wherever) that their appears to be more good in this life than there is evil.
Some people make fun and dismiss me for taking so many pictures and videos of my life events. I pay them no mind because I know that by recording these events by photo and video I am memorializing forever those times when good people got together and did good. When good people practice love instead of hate. That's the way I roll.
|Jay of VA and Spo heading the blogger contingent up Rehoboth Avenue to Dos Locos and "The Cajun"|
|Nate, Cubby and "The Cajun" at Dos Locos|
|Someone and Cubby at Dos Locos perusing the lunch menu|
|Dos Locos menus aloft! Doug of Gossamer Tapestry awaits to be waited|
|Our genial host "The Cajun"|
|Our unflappable host - "The Cajun"|
|Sassy Bear awaits to give his order|
|Sassy still deciding|
|How did HE get here?|
|Superman and Java Jones|
|Sassy Bear (Hot)|
|Sassy's Significant Other|
Both of these videos were taken at the Dos Locos restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. Our little fun group of bloggers just had our photo taken at the Old Time photo store. Now it was time for lunch so we walked up Rehoboth Avenue and "dropped in" on another fellow blogger "The Cajun" who is the host (with the most) at the restaurant. Of course I didn't give my friend "The Cajun" advance notice (I wouldn't want to ruin my reputation) so all thirteen of us landed on him unannounced. I wasn't surprised at all that he handled our "drop in" with the aplomb and professionalism for which he is known for throughout the Rehoboth Beach area. And....we all had a WONDERFUL lunch at Dos Locos. So if any of you are in town this season, do "drop in" on "The Cajun" at Dos Locos. The more the better!