Last Updated: March 18, 2018
There's a scientific nameI cannot recall,And it feels the sameIn the bedroom or hall.I'm not being silly,It's not very neat,I walk willy nillyOn marshmallow feet!It may give me some height,I really don't know,I don't try to fightMy marshmallow toes.In and out of doors,Walkin' in the heat,I sometimes make SmoresWith my marshmallow feet!Happy Easter!
Pick Your Gym Carefully!
Last Updated: March 16, 2018
I used to be a member of You Fit, a $10.00 a month gym. Apparently, they recently went out of business, because I received a letter from them to that effect, which also added that Family Fitness would be honoring all of their former memberships.The next credit card bill I received had nearly a $40.00 charge on it from Family Fitness, so, bill in hand, I paid Family Fitness a visit, to inquire about the unauthorized charge.I asked the Family Fitness manager why they had charged my credit card w
Thanks For The AppleBoss, Boss!
Last Updated: March 13, 2018
I got to work this morning, still suffering from a pinched nerve in my neck (or whatever it turns out to be-I've got a doctor's appointment Friday morning), doped up on painkillers just to make it through the day. (just over-the-counter stuff, no need for concern!)In the mail room, where we sign in each morning, what should I see but a box of fresh apple fritters, sitting on the table in the very spot which always means: "Help yourself!"So, being as apple fritters are one of my favorite things
PeePaw And The Sue-At The Festival!
Last Updated: March 11, 2018
This weekend was the beginning of the 10-day Chasco Fiesta, an annual event located just two blocks from my house.I had the pleasure of escorting 5-year-old granddaughter, Lilly ("The Sue").We started out in the morning, by strolling across the bridge spanning the Cotee River, and made our way to the festivities, set up in Sims Park and adjacent to beautiful Orange Lake.There was live music, Native Indian Displays, plenty of food, and, of course, rides galore. The Sue's interest definitely was
Things Are Not Always What They Seem
Last Updated: March 9, 2018
House to House tells the story of a blind lady, who was flying, along with her yellow labrador retriever guide dog, from Seattle to San Francisco. The plane was unexpectedly diverted to Sacramento, and a flight attendant explained that there would be a 50 minute delay, and that if anyone wished to get off the plane and stretch their legs, there would be plenty of time to do so.Only the blind lady remained on board, and the pilot approached her and asked if she would like to get off the plane f