A slight change to routine this morning. Pheebs and I did get out for a short run and a few photos but we were home again well inside of an hour. Dropped Pheebs off, turned around, and headed for Goderich. Dropped an eye prescription off at the Walmart Pharmacy and proceeded on to the Dynacare blood clinic where Kelly had made an appointment for me. Left a vial of blood for my next PSA numbers check-up. Needing to put in a little time while the Pharmacy readied my prescription I slipped down around Goderich's harbor and snapped a couple more pics. Back to Walmart's Pharmacy, picked up my eye prescription, and headed for home. And that my friends sums up another day. Oh, and here's a little something to help you identify all those bird sounds you hear from time to time.......Bird Songs
I WILL BE GLAD TO SEE THESE FIELDS GREEN WITH FARMER'S CROPS AGAIN A RATHER DULL CREEK REFLECTION ABOVE AND A COLD BLAND LOOKING FOREST BELOW
|AN ICY FINGER POINTS THE WAY TO GODERICH'S ROTARY COVE|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( One day, an immigrant from Poland entered a New York City Police Precinct to report that his American wife was planning to kill him. The police officer on duty was intrigued by this, and he asked, "How sure are you that she is gonna kill you? Did she threaten to kill you?""No," replied the nervous immigrant.
"Did you hear her tell someone else that she's gonna kill you?"
"Did someone tell you that your wife is gonna kill you?"
"Then why did you think she's gonna kill you?" asked the exasperated police officer.
"Because I found bottle on dresser and I think she gonna poison me!" He handed the police officer the suspect bottle. The police officer took one look at the label on the bottle and started to laugh out loud.
The immigrant became indignant and said, "What so funny? Can't you see the label on bottle said 'Polish Remover'?"
So they can annoy blind people as well.
Loved the bird song link. Thanks. Also, thanks for remembering George. Love the longer daylight.ReplyDelete
"Just because I can!" - GeorgeReplyDelete
I never met George in person but I really don't think you had to as long as you followed his blog you knew him well.ReplyDelete
He was a wonderful man! I never met him, but he was a heck of a man. It seems to meet a lot of people, and always was a man would help people if possible. He was a good man! God Bless George! Rawn StoneDelete
Thank you for your comment. For some reason I have been unable to post the blog on his FaceBook page.ReplyDelete
Good catch, your icy pointing finger :-) Hard to believe George left us a year ago. Such a lovely soul. I love that last pic!!ReplyDelete