Whew. So, last we talked, I promised you a kitchen discussion. Then I experienced the longest kidney stone suffering evar. And yes, I mean, EVAR. Usually the kidney stone is a swift sword: late night ache that leads to a painful clenching moment when there is no option but to throw yourself into the car [...]
Alright. Time to get back on the horse. Those of you who are with me on Facebook have, no doubt, seen all my political links since our unfortunate election. So, we’ll quickly touch on the highlights, which, considering the subject matter, are more LOWlights than high. 1. The Asheville Citizen-Times runs a little politics blog [...]
Waking up to a gray gloom outside pretty much sums up my view of four more years of the Chicago Charlatan and his Mechanical Bull. I’ll leave it at that.
Here we are on Election Day Eve. We’ve endured four years of doom and gloom with an incompetent “leader” at the helm of this great ship we call the United States of America. Lord knows the Presstitutes won’t hold him accountable for anything . . . but I’m praying that tomorrow, the voters WILL. Source: [...]
Alright, y’all. Knobby DID purchase his new Audi S7 yesterday. You know going into this that I was a bit skeptical — as most probably are when having to trade or buy a car. Used to the usual “car dealer” games and whatnot that go with the stereotypical dealership. Well. Yesterday, there were no tricks [...]
“Big Bird didn’t even see it coming.” Spot on, Romney, SPOT ON.
Today, I urge you to go out and support your Chick-fil-A. Even if you’ve already eaten there, go again for dinner. Thing is, this isn’t about gay marriage. Not really. The topic may have been the instigator which lead to Mr. Cathy’s comments about his beliefs. BUT. The Liberal Loudmouths want you to get all [...]
Whew, I am SLOW on the daily ins-and-outs, aren’t I? How was your Easter? We went down to Garm’s house, did a lot of sitting out on the deck. Coco’s a big fat beast, isn’t she? Garm’s tablescraps didn’t help very much, either. (AHEM.) Ava, as usual, gives us the telling glare of her opinions [...]
It’s approaching five in the morning and I still haven’t been able to talk myself into some sleep. So: I’m looking at houses. We’re frustrated at the glacial pace things are moving, frustrated with not having our own home already, and as of today, frustrated with not having a home’s temperature solely controlled by us. We [...]