Tag Archives: Sarcasm

Thursday Doors

I grab a chuckle wherever I can. So, forgive my potty humor, but I couldn’t resist. In this case, Elvis did literally leave the building. 🙂 Happy Thursday. As always, this post is linked to the Door King, Norm Frampton’s … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

“It’s our moment in the sun And it’s only just begun It’s time to have a little fun We’re inviting you to come and see why you should be On easy street Yeah, we got a front row seat Oh, … Continue reading

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Here we go again

As we approach the holiday season, political correctness has raised its ugly head again. Our neighboring town, Durham, was the first in the area to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day. Then, last winter they had issues with the … Continue reading

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First in Nation

Worms last week, politics this week. Hmm. Don’t worry though, this isn’t a political rant just an observation. 🙂 I know that most of you don’t live in a state where politics is a business so I thought you might … Continue reading

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Guess who’s coming to dinner

I heard through the deer vine, the woman who lives here has three Hosta beds just ripe for the snacking. They are in different parts of the property so she couldn’t possibly see all three from her windows? Right? It’s … Continue reading

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News and Weather

I woke up, made some Peets coffee, and watched the local news and weather while scrolling on the net. After seeing who killed who, how many arson fires were set, the number of politicians in the state looking for votes … Continue reading

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Gardening Hack

The life of a gardener is not all pretty flowers and vegetable plants overflowing with produce. There are the plants themselves, soil, bugs, critters, weather – you get the idea. There are challenges. I mentioned previously that our MG group … Continue reading

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