|We went to grandparents day at Curlymop's School. |
Our daughter mentioned that schools smell the same no matter where you go.
Why is that?
|This is what happens when Grandma buys special treats for breakfast |
Being a grandmother gives you license to forget that Halloween decorated do-nuts are not good for you or on you.
The frosting stained.
|A group of Annas hummingbirds visited the valley the last week of September. They aren't supposed to be here. Ever! |
This photo and my last sighting was October 1.
Here is elGee, the cat. (And Lucky, the mouse)
I swear that cat is color blind. The mouse got away.
In the last two days we've had 8 others, however, that met their maker. They were in MY KITCHEN!
(I hope it wasn't Bianca or Bernard.)
Speaking of heroes . . . .
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The Super Siblings from California, who picked out names to match their alter egos.
I only remember the moniker chosen for the 2 year old.
Every little boy needs an older sister and dress-up clothes.
Yesterday, while maneuvering to my car in the grocery parking lot, I was nearly run over.
When the car suddenly backed towards me I froze. In the same instant, my mind saw the bold headlines in the local newspaper.
La La-year old woman smashed with her bananas.
That gave me the boost of energy needed to move it. None of their $!%# business how old I am.
I pulled out the carpet shampoo-er and did some overdue cleaning this week. It spit out quite a few hair balls.
This confirms that my regular vacuum cleaner is on it's last legs. I knew it wasn't picking up things from the floor as it should. But I had no idea it wasn't dealing with the cat hair. That sucks! Well, it doesn't suck. But it really does suck. ( Oh heck... you know what I mean!)
Mr. Heron also scared the livin daylights out of the cat. Look at her. What a weenie.
We're gearing up for winter here. The Farmer's Almanac predicts it will be cool, with average precipitation. I can handle that.