via American Digest. Well worth 11 minutes of your life.
I just stepped outside and heard a siren! Almost unheard of out here.
We went to Jackson last week. Stopped for gas on the way home about 10 miles from the exit we normally take. Mr. Big Food suggested rather than getting back on the interstate, we cut the hypotenuse on the back roads. Very pleasant.
I don’t think that you can get a better sense of the sort of meaning than from what is in every bookshop in this city… . Douglas Murry via Powerline
We caught about 50+ crappie (pronounced ‘croppy’) this morning. We are taking pounds and pounds of crappie fillets back to Mississippi. There is a fish fry in our future. It was a beautiful morning, atypical for Texas this time of year. Started off almost chilly. Met up with the guide at the local gas station
There are fish involved.
May 27. Possible kidnapping attempted; Lawnmower fire May 28. Two vehicles reckless driving (a.k.a. drag racing); horse loose May 29. Child custody dispute May 30. Gas spill May 31. Fire safety check June 1. Possible sick dog in house June 2. Woods fire June 3. Animal problem Those are not all. There were a few
June 6, 1944– Tonight’s communiqué just in from D-Day invasion headquarters summarizes the news. “Allied forces,” it says, “have succeeded in their initial landings in France; and fighting continues.” Lowell Thomas was the Walter Cronkite of radio. Beginning in 1930, he broadcast twice each evening on CBS radio. It was said that his voice had
What does a photodynamic South-African sheep disease (Geeldikkop), navel-gazing hesychastic prayer (omphalopsychite), and Dionysian theatre altars of antique Greece (thymele) have in common? National Review, May 31 I rarely look at NRO these days, but when I do, I expect better than this. What does a photodynamic South-African sheep disease (Geeldikkop) have in common with
As a supplement to yesterday’s little rant about cooling your home, I present to you the Dogtrot House: two cabins with a shared roof connected by a breezeway. Cabin doors open onto the breezeway– or dogtrot. It’s all about air circulation. One cabin served as kitchen and dining area, the other was living and bedrooms.
“Teen wounded in ordeal is back home.” It was an “ambush and hours-long standoff with a heavily armed man.” Some dumbass, no doubt aided along by alkeehol &/or drugs was beating on a woman late at night and she called 911. She apparently asked to meet with a deputy at the sheriff’s office. The information
There was a shootout!! I’ve got to get out into the garden before it gets too hot, so stay tuned.
https://www.wtva.com/content/news/Driver-not-injured-after-Tupelo-traffic-accident–510217001.html Sorry. Can’t get it to embed but it’s worth 1:13.
I understand that most of y’all don’t live in The South, and may not fully appreciate why– when the lights go out on a perfectly clear day such as this– I speculate that Bubba musta run up a pole. Ta. Da. Amanda reports that both drivers involved are okay (Bubba got cut off by another
I’m pleased to report that arrived back at Farther Along Farm without incident. Not that there weren’t plenty of incidents, but none kept us from arriving home safely. We left in good time. Saw the big digger at the edge of the cotton field as soon as we turned onto the road. As we approached,
“Hey Missy!” Marica called out. “Misssyyyy!” “Yes, yes, Marica. What is it?” Missy asked as she ran into the den. “You’ll never believe this! You just won’t,” Marica said excitedly. “Ruff?” Rocky asked as he, too, trotted up to Marica’s desk. “What’s got you so excited, Marica?” Missy asked as she slid down on the
A perplexing riddle affecting dozens of families in the Cleveland area has finally been solved, but not before weeks of wreaking havoc on people who – bizarre as it sounds – were unable to open their car and garage doors. Car Keys Mysteriously Stopped Working in This Small Ohio Town, And We Now Know Why