|STORMY LAKE HURON SKIES|
|PAINT BRUSHES, EASELS, AND SKETCH PADS|
|MAYBE SHE'S READING A BOOK AND SKETCHING SOMETHING AT THE SAME TIME|
|ON MY SECOND TRIP TO PIONEER PARK SKIES HAD DARKENED AND CLOUDS HAD REALLY STORMED THEMSELVES UP|
|CORNFIELDS AND STORMY SKIES|
|CORNS UP ABOUT FIVE FEET NOW|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A man walks out of a bar and sees a bum panhandling on the corner. The bum says, "Mister, can you spare a dollar?" The man thinks a minute. Then he asks the bum, "If I give you a dollar, are you going to use it to buy liquor?" "No," says the bum. The man then asks, "If I give you a dollar, are you going to use it for gambling?" Again the bum says, "No." The man says to the bum, "Do you mind coming home with me so I can show my wife what happens to someone who doesn't drink or gamble?"
To the person who stole my glasses I will find you, I have contacts.
When a woman in my office became engaged, a colleague offered her some advice. "The first seven years are the hardest," she said. "How long have you been married?" I asked. "Seven years," she replied.
You can sit at my table anytime Al, and Kelly is always invited too.ReplyDelete
Wonderful cloud photos! Sure would like to see some of those here, between us and the unremittingReplyDelete
HOT sun. I know some people who would feel right at home with you at their table. And, we in this house wear jammies too,
The discription of the bacon and eggs is ME! Love the pictures as alwaysReplyDelete
I was watching those storm warnings over Goderich yesterday and thinking about you guys. Glad it all missed you. Sure sounds like you enjoy your food about the same way I enjoy mine, nothing wrong with that in my books. Try going to Henry VIII feast in Niagara Falls, there you are given no utensils eat the food with your bare hands. Slurp soup right out of the bowl etc...ReplyDelete
I love cloud pictures be they dark and stormy or light and fluffy. As long as you enjoy your food it doesn't matter how it goes down. I like food. No storms here yet. They keep telling us they're coming.ReplyDelete
My wife read your post today first; she would stop, look at me, shake her head. Then read some more, look over at me, shake again.ReplyDelete
When I finally read it, I determined she probably wasn't reading about the Bayfield weather at that time.
As always…...a very entertaining blog. I love your humor.ReplyDelete