July 06, 2014
April 26, 2014
Funniest Thing for a Long Time
Went with STBX to sign some paperwork pertaining to the old house this morning. When we were leaving the bank, he turned on his MP3 player. The first words sung to come out:
"He lies right at you, you know you hate that game . . ." (from Only Women Bleed by Alice Cooper).
He couldn't change the song fast enough. Made my day!
March 27, 2014
I never get a cop follow me all the way home - after all, I (used to) travel 2 states, 3 counties and about 13 towns between home and work. But still, a sheriff has followed me a good long ways and even though I'm not doing anything wrong (well, duh, not speeding with him behind me), I get all nervous.
March 23, 2014
Walking the Dog
Coming home the other day, I got behind someone out for a "stroll" with his dog. I know it is hard to see, but the dot to the left of the truck is a medium-large dog.
I remember when we used to exercise our huskies this way.
October 19, 2013
Map SharingThe Weekend Pundit has a great map that details the United States in a whole different way than what you are probably used to. No, it isn't politcal, so go look!
May 11, 2013
I wonder if WS and the neighbor saw this before they bought the backhoe - LOL
March 23, 2013
Girl Having Fun
Thanks to Ruth for posting this. And by the way, while watching, turn on the speakers - the music goes well with the video!
February 09, 2013
Had to share this picture that a friend took from my FB page, did a minor touch-up, and re-posted to my timeline:
This picture was originally from our trip to Indiana.
February 02, 2013
A Game of Chase
Scott, over at AMCGLTD shared this video, it is quite cute and entertaining - although I'm guessing in a couple of monthe the tides will turn.
December 29, 2012
Wrapping it Up
WS was wrapping a present for Jimmy. He had a whole long roll of wrapping paper and he measured out the sides of the box against the top and bottom edge of paper and satrted cutting.
I questioned "Really?"
"Who is wrapping this, me or you?" WS asked.
So he cut another piece to fill in the gap, and we had pretty much the same conversation ("Really?, "I'm just filling in the gap.", "OK"). Too bad I didn't get a good pic because that one filled in the gap at the top, but only covered the top so there was a gap at each side.
Yes, WS took 3 pieces of precisely cut wrapping paper to wrap a bunch of oil and oil filters for Jimmy's bike. I must admit that by the time he was done, it looked fine.