January 16th -National Fig Newton Day
I miss the great gif contests/shares we had a few years ago in the Village. Always the heightof my week, seeing cute baby animals and scary marine creatures. Put up any good ones you’d like to share.
I can’t remember if I posted this or not. I finally got a job really liked last year after being out of work for almost 2 years following a repeated knee surgeries. A week or so ago kid rear ended me in rush hour traffic. I had just worked ten hours taking care of a very fragile 9 month old and was in a lot of pain…
And finally, a little late for Halloween, but we all love a good scare-
Although much of the “pro” Trump art seems laudatory- Jeebus watching right over Spanky’s shoulder, even the most positive images have a lingering scent of terror and the lust for power. The negative ones are the more common and reveal an image of a clown and a despot, a whte skinned Idi if Amin were beset by…
What I never realized was how complex those plastic bags of greens are. Jim Lug, who worked to design the first bags, told Nuttall-Smith that there are numerous layers within the plastic that you cannot see. One layer is to seal the bag, another allows for oxygen transmission, another provides a layer for printing…
One of my favorite minii documentary series. (How short are they! Ba-boom) Just what we all need now that the days are short and cold and the night is long.
This cockatiel sings a phrase, chatters briefly, then repeats it again. I may be crazy for thinking this, but I swear that little parrot is trying to teach the baby a song. He’s a very patient little bird.
Now that Halloween’s over (It’ll take a week to take down all my crazy decorating) I have perused the calendar for excuses to celebrate. Ponder some of the exquisite and somewhat effete holidays on store. Oh, You have the usual Guy Fawkes and Day of the Dead, but did you know there’s a Natonal Buy Nothing Day?
Could you identify all these Australian birds?