Friday, July 23, 2004

*update*

So apparently the "fire" was in actuality a 'minor occurrence' with the interior fan. Which means it was just a lot of stinky smoke. How unexciting.

6 comments:

Maria said...

Oh really? no one told me that, though from the beginning I was suspecting it was some wires or something like that.

denise grant said...

Hey,it makes no difference that it was a 'minor' fire.
Fire is terrifying because it's totally unpredictable--- and let's face it, running down 25 flights of stairs is a justifiable reason for staying home from work today.Go home!!
Last year we had a fire at our house--our dryer caught fire (I mean flames to the ceiling) and 5 fire trucks
arrived with what looked like a dozen male models (I spent the whole time out on the lawn trying to fix Hayley up with the firemen)--- it was a terrifying experience. Because we live in a snotty neighbourhood, only ONE neighbour came over to ask if we needed anything....there we were in the middle of the night standing outside with fire trucks all around (David was on oxygen which left us more time to flirt with firemen)for a couple of hours and nobody came out to ask if we need blankets or coffee or anything. I feel like we're the Munster family in our neighbourhood.

clara* said...

What is it about fireman anyway? Maria and Miguel made a beeline for the fireman as soon as we were outside. La terrible and the princess strike again.

denise grant said...

Here's the equation:
Women love heroes.Firemen save people's lives. Firemen are heroes.
(it's also nice to meet a man who has a steady paycheque and life insurance with a high risk job. Just kidding... sort of.)

clara* said...

and here i thought it was the hose.

denise grant said...

Here's the URL for those stock shots:
www.lensfire.com