Their moods, feelings
For the greater good
Stragglers, street vendors
Kissed the sidewalk
Their wares scattered
To the wind
Because, they were
In the way
My lawn is squishy from excessive summer rains. Please, somebody turn off the faucet.
Perusing the news. A 100-year-old fruitcake was discovered to still be edible. Any takers?
More people are cheating on their taxes. I think the same people have always cheated–just never got caught.
The parent company of IHOP and Applebees, is reportedly ready to close up to 160 underperforming outlets. Funny thing, I was just talking about our local franchise, and how it had gone downhill.
Anyone else want to see an “Apolitical Television Network?”
Radio commercials heard many times before–“make money working from home;” “reduce credit car debt forever;” “regain your brain power.” Have to give credit for persistence.
Frozen pizzas were scattered all over the highway in an Arkansas community this week, due to a delivery truck mishap.
Elvis Presley week is fast approaching. Do you have celebration plans?
Is the current crises with N. Korea like the Cold War of the past? It is a small reminder of what it was like. The Cold War was much worse. When schools start to have “duck and cover” drills, once again–then, I’ll start to worry.
Some experts alleged predicted solar eclipse maps were inaccurate. In any case, much of the northern hemisphere, will glimpse a complete to partial eclipse. I remember safely viewing past partial eclipses by reflections, and with welder’s helmets.
A stray cat ran across the outfield during a recent St. Louis Cardinals baseball game. The team went on to win and the fluffy tabby will henceforth be known as “The Rally Cat.” The feral cat was later found, and I wish him/her well.
No need to name them all–except to say, electronic gadgets played a large part.
What happened to, take your time–don’t hurry?
Lest I stray away from the subject, back to the aforementioned toothless vacuum cleaner saga; that nobody wants to hear about–it’s the last day of July.
That means fall is approaching with cooler days and nights.
Oh, the mischief I could get into, were I more technologically adept.
It’s just as well. North ends of southbound horses? Offenders wouldn’t get the message. They’d prefer to display their ignorance on social media forums. It would be a complete waste of time.
My mouth has gotten me in plenty of trouble, without the assistance of electronics. It’s a good thing I’m older and wiser. At least, I’d like to think so.
Today it’s too hot to do any serious outside work. In a few months it will be too cold.
There’s always an excuse to procrastinate doing something.
Reminded me of former work associates that didn’t want to work after getting paid on Fridays.
Never understood that philosophy. If one was already at work, that was half the battle–after first, getting out of bed.
In my defense, plans to mow the lawn went awry, after last evening’s rainstorms. It’s “too” wet, “too” hot and muggy. I really didn’t want to do it today, anyway. It had absolutely nothing to do, with it being, or not being payday.
Knots that held
Knots that slipped
Present, held back future
Truthful time told
Whether these were
Mere vagaries of youth
Throughout the ages, things were named
Things did what things were intended to do
Sometimes same things had different names
Some people had couches in their living rooms
Others insisted they were davenports
Diehards argued for davinettes
They’d be davinettes, till the day they died
No matter–they were still the same things
Served the same purposes
Some didn’t like current names for things
They preferred different, new “thing” names
New names–for the same old things
Other than being confusing for those familiar
With the old names, things still did the same things
In spite of changes in their nomenclature
Stubborn old fools
Word wars wasted
Could be changed
Couldn’t be swayed
By designer gene pools
Virtual reality games
Three dimensional printers
None of it was tangible
Made no sense, at all