You see me here? Guess where I am?
I am waiting for Pip and Puddles.
Look what sits in my backyard.
Well I just told an inexactitude ~ I'm bad! It sits one street over from my backyard.
They are here!
I saw on Pip's Bucket List he wanted to see an exorcism performed.
The Athenaeum of Ohio – Mount St. Mary's Seminary of the West, originally St. Francis Xavier Seminary, is the third-oldest Roman Catholic seminary in the United States.
From 1955 to 1963 more than $5 million was funneled into seminary building expansion and reconstruction required after a 1956 fire that gutted the south wing of the existing building. If you look closely the terra cotta tile roof on the left is newer than the right side. The left side is the south wing.
The home of The Athenaeum of Ohio is a Cincinnati landmark - an elegant granite building in Romanesque style with a terra cotta tile roof. It stands on a 75-acre wooded and well maintained site in the Mount Washington area at the far eastern limits of the city.
Yep I live in the far eastern limits of the city. On two sides of our home within a fourth of a mile sits the corporation line.
Now Pip and Puddles you let me do all the talking. Exorcisms are expensive and I only have a few dollars.
Let Me In Wee Ooh. The doors weigh a ton, well almost.
Hello can you help us. It is William, Pip and Puddles. We need a priest. We need and exorcism on Puddles to rid her of the demons of Cheetos and Beer.
They said Scram Sam.
Wait we are William, Pip and Puddles.
Maybe they only speak Latin. I know some Latin, Pig Latin.
eway reaay erehay orfay naay xorcismeay foay hetay emonsday foay eerbay ndaay heetoscay romfay uroay riendfay uddlespay
pig latin translator
They said Hit the Road Jack and don't you come back / No more, no more, no more, no more.
What's wrong with them ~ they don't understand we are William, Pip and Puddles.
In 2004, The Athenaeum of Ohio-Mount St. Mary's Seminary celebrated its 175th anniversary, just one year after the State of Ohio celebrated its bicentennial year.
The detail in this structure is unbelievable!
Pip and Puddles must be in a hurry they could not wait and sped out of here so fast they did not get to see the grounds. Puddles was so nice and understanding, why she had nothing to say, quiet as can be. When she drove off she threw me a can of Whoop A$$. So nice of her. I wonder if I have to heat it or I can eat it cold.
Sorry Pip that is one Bucket List wish I could not make happen. Love Ya Pip
When the grounds of the Athenaeum were first planted in the late 1920s, a conscious effort was made to preserve existing trees and enhance the acreage with a variety of trees and foliage from around the world. Well with the storms we have had the last couple of years several of the beautiful trees have been taken down and being that it is winter here in Cincinnati it would be hard to show you the beauty of the grounds. So maybe in the summer I will take you on a tour of the grounds.
Thanks for being a friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine
Sweet William The Scot
Drive safe you two!
Psss ~ If you want to leave a reply to someones comment you must go thru Google Chrome. For some reason even though I have it set up properly it is not working on Internet Explorer today.