I just asked for an ice water at Starbucks. Somebody named "Karleigh" never picked up their water so the Barista said "why don't you have this" and so I said "sure." Fast forward to a few minutes later and I am talking to a guy and he asked me my name. Still self conscious about the Karleigh on the cup situation, I figured it's just easier to go with it then explain the situation, plus it's not like I have all the time in the world, and when am I ever going to see this guy again? So I confidently say "Karleigh." Anyway, the conversation progressed and I am now living a lie. Is this how double lives begin? Asking for a friend. A friend named "Karleigh."
Come join us at the Patagonia Film Festival @patagoniasm. There will be homemade pizza! There will be yummy ice cream! There will a raffle for a surfboard, which may or may not have been signed by one of the Beach Boys!!! (Okay, I made that last one up, but seriously, you need to be be here!) #filmfestival#whatthecoolkidsaredoing
Just putting this out there. You are the best, Dad! (And even though you can't see this, because you aren't on Facebook, or Insta, I am sure you will hear about via cousin Linda Leykam) Happy Father's Day!!!