While I would prefer to douse our kitties with fur friendly/flea killing ointments and fruity soaps, I have instead routinely subjected them to toxic chemicals because I HATE FLEAS. Combing over the resulting bald patches, I would assuage my guilt by repeatedly reminding my feline friends (don’t get distracted by my special pet relationships-this is … Continue reading THEN THE LITTLE FUCKERS ADAPTED (please excuse my vulgarity, but remember I am referring to FLEAS)
Or maybe a clever invitation. Either way I haven’t been to church in decades so I snapped picture from the middle of the street. Continue reading Mixed Messages?
Most people mistakenly assume that a soul is the only satanic sanctioned currency. Not true. Satan appreciates a close as much as the next salesman and is willing to negotiate. I’ll spare you the details, but after getting our deal in writing,* (and totally foregoing strong warnings against such a pact from trusted health professional, … Continue reading DEAL WITH SATAN: My gallbladder for reliable internet connection
The photo is of a grown anaconda, but I did not have my camera ready when I stumbled across the baby anaconda in my yard this morning. Also stock photo drives home the potential threat of this reptile. Don’t think I don’t hear the snorts and giggles from you Ranger Rick fans who assume I … Continue reading PSA: ANACONDA FOUND IN LOCAL YARD
Before proceeding it is important to note Chipmunk involved was NOT subject to PHYSICAL injury, mercy shovel whack, or wet/dryvac cleanup. Athletic illustration is somewhat misleading, but closest google image my “airborne chipmunk” search provided. When my gallbladder recently (as in AS SOON AS I BEGAN A TRAVEL BLOG) derailed a much anticipated road trip … Continue reading “Tripping” with Airborne Chipmunk
Hey, it is Thursday AND I haven’t traveled anywhere in the past few weeks so throwback it is: Posted and deleted some of the last stages of our Savannah vacation as I feared I might be veering from FB protocol (posting vacation details whilst actually back in Cole County surrounded by mounds of laundry and … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Return from Savannah (July 20, 2013)
Why am I starting this blog? Well, answering that question (all the “experts” insist that such an answer is what readers demand for the first post!) lead me to several weeks of procrastinating while I attempted to create a response that would disguise, deny, or at the very least play down the truth. The truth, … Continue reading Unleaded: $2.49