“Pardon me, Marica. Do you have a minute?” “ruff?” “Of course I do Missy! What’s up?” “Well, as you know, while you have been off reading about the Geeks, I have been… .” “ruuuffff!” “GReeks, Missy, not geeks. Rocky, don’t poke fun.” “Oh my! But of course. I did know that. Slip of the tongue–
From the Introduction: The most valuable lesson to be learned by American youth from the history of the mother country is the worth of liberty, civil and religious. And now, back to Friday. Wait. What? “I want it! I want it! Can I have it? Can I? Can I? I want to learn!! GIMME GIMME
a bunny! ~~ April Fools!
I’ll cut to the end of the chase. Bebe was found. But that was not before we called the girls who live up front (and who have an ATV they like to drive around) and enlisted their help, stopped in at Mrs. S’s to alert her, called the vet, and left this note for the
Daughter C has degreed it so. Snow. I’ll wash my hair with snow… . ~ ~ Daughter C & Jordo are back in Mississippi at the Farm. I have been relieved of my puppy/dog sitting duties. Tomorrow Gilbert and Bebe, my little angle/terror a cute puppy who harasses the living daylights out of Tiger, will return
It is just after 9am central time and I have taken Bebe & Gilbert out, taken Bebe out, taken Rocky and Missy on a fine walk to the peninsula and lower woods, taken Missy & Gil on a jaunt to the leaning tree, played ball in the front yard with both Gilbert & Beatrix, and
Today I will wrap up Marica Cooks Monday and introduce a new topic or two for discussion: But keep the old! One is black & white and the other sort of greyish and brownish with green eyes.