Category Archives: just for fun
My friend Pat sent me this picture so I would be prepared for my flight this morning. I’ll let you know how the trip goes.
Just when you think the walls have closed in so tightly you are going to go mad, here’s an article about being stranded. Really stranded. A Bolivian orchestra has been stuck in a haunted German castle, surrounded by twenty-three packs … Continue reading
Oh, how glad we are that 2019 is over! At this time last January we began packing up the kitchen, living room, dining area, pantries, closets and bedroom in preparation for the unexpected remodel. We spent the winter living in … Continue reading
First of all, let me shout out a “Happy Birthday” to my brother. Yes, his birthday is on Halloween. And yes, there was always a party before we went out trick-or-treating. He looks very dapper in that hat! Check out … Continue reading
Banjo Man said this quilt would be a “pleasant jolt” to our visitors. I think that’s hilarious. Maybe that describes more than a few of my wild quilts! And here is a picture I took in front of a restaurant … Continue reading
My friend Pat sent me this. I think it’s pretty interesting. But I am easily entertained on my computer these days, having little contact with the outside world. I long to get dressed and drive out of the woods and … Continue reading
I think I’m in a stroller, 1950’s style. And happy to be there, from the looks of things. This was taken in Washington, DC, where my Dad was stationed at the time. My mother loves to say she changed my … Continue reading
And at the Austin airport’s new gift shop I saw these. Hilarious! I didn’t have room in my bag for any of them, unfortunately. Which one is your favorite?
Just for fun, here’s an interactive site that tells you how many breaths you’ve taken, how many snowflakes have fallen, how many people have been born since YOU were born. Just enter your birthdate and see what happens! http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5730653/Interactive-counter-reveals-happened-planet-day-born.html