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Seeing Judy Everywhere

26 Sep

Yesterday I nearly had a heart attack at Walmart. No, not a real, physical one, but metaphorically speaking. Some of you may remember my former blog at: “Old Love Affair”on WordPress where I  wrote about my year with Judy, my first true love who dumped me without warning or explanation. Continue reading

The Night The Lights Went Out. (No, Not In Georgia)

9 Sep

Last night the power went out. My wife and I were watching TV when suddenly we were engulfed in darkness. It had been raining on and off  most of the day and a bit on the windy side, but nothing to email the family down south about. Continue reading

Little Honey Boo Boo

8 Sep

I love watching “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” This family farts together and proudly. They are unapologetic red necks. What you see is what you get. More funnier and  personable than the Duggars. They live somewhere down south in a house where trains go through their backyard. The mother is obese with a deformed toe that she keeps hidden all year round by wearing socks. The result of having gotten run over by a forklift. She is unmarried, lives with a man called Sugar Bear, has 3 or 4 daughters by different fathers. Continue reading

Lesbians And Lawn Mowers, A Lethal Combination

29 Aug

This is gonna sound unbelievable, but no matter where I have lived, I always had lesbians living on the same road. This is in the country, not some big city. Once I even had 2 sets of them. One directly across the street and the other pair 5 houses down. I have had several apartments over the years and 2 years ago I bought a 126 year old house.  Yep, there’s a middle aged lesbian couple in a farmhouse almost as old as mine. Continue reading

My Kiddie Swimming Pool Frog Pond

26 Aug

Earlier this summer I made a small pond in my backyard.  In the past I had made one with 2×4’s. Just took four boards and screwed them together making a square. Then I dug a hole and fitted it in ground level. Next, I took some thick sheet of plastic and stapled it to the boards, filled it with water and put in some plants, rocks and a small plastic boat. Like the saying goes: “If you build it, they will come.” Sure enough the frogs and toads jumped in. Continue reading