Saturday, August 9, 2008

Summer's Dog Days


Wow, they say time flies? You better believe it! After all the ruckus last week, I’m taking some much needed R & R (BONNIE’S NOTE: He means Rest & Relaxation, though the Mayor seems to be spending quite a bit of time down the road at Haverkamp’s, if you ask me!). The Town Hall is on summer hours, and I’m getting ready to resume campaigning full time in September.

Mainly, I happen to know my opponent is out of the country, and my ex-wife is gone to her parents summer place on Lake Wappahahoe. So things should be quiet for awhile at least. Seems downright peaceful, doesn’t it?

But don’t rest too easily, citizens of Verne. Things are going to get hotter before they get cooler, so stay tuned to the website!

God Bless Verne, and God Bless America.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hola, muy bueno el blog este, seguire pasando, cuando stes muy al dope pasa por el mio, salu2!


Luis

Bonnie said...

¡Hola Luis! ¡Le echamos de menos aquĆ­ en Verne! ¡Venga nos visitan verdadero pronto!

Bonnie

CITIZEN OF VERNE said...

WHAT IS THIS CITY COMING TO THAT THE ENGLISH LANGURAGE IS SUDDENLY NOT SPOKEN IN A MAJOR POLITICAL RACE. AMERICA IS AN ENGLISH-SPEAKING CONTENENT AND IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT YOU CAN JUST FIND YOURSELF ANOTHER LAND MASS, LIKE ASIA. MAYOR SIR GARNER FOREVER! HE TALKS LIKE AN AMERICAN!

A VERNE CITIZEN

Hobert Yodershire said...

Hey Garner,

I just wanted to say it was great to spill a few with you at Haverkamp's the other night!

Bonnie said...

Hobert, the Mayor asked me to ask if you know where his blue blazer is? He remembers taking it off that night at Haverkamp's but isn't sure where it ended up. He has four others just like it, but that one was his favorite!