I do my best thinking while walking the dogs in the morning. This morning, I was thinking about how when I leave to walk the dogs, the people that are speeding down my street are the old timers, heading God-knows-where. They are ahead of the soccer moms as the most hazardous thing to pedestrians in … Continue reading Well, that was exciting.
Well maybe not "at last" I knew I had jury duty this week, but forgot what day it was. Turns out, it was today. I was dreading it. Nothing worse than to commute down to the hood to sit, asses and elbows, with the rest of the wreched waiting for the doom of actually being … Continue reading Free at last, Free at last…
The elections were the other day. So what? Supposed to be a red wave. More like a red puddle. or Piddle. You know when you don't give it a good enough shake and end up with piddle down your leg. Feels sort of like that. Lot of good quotes though: What kind of political system … Continue reading The Red Puddle
So I voted the other day. So what? Jeezis I'm a mean looking geezer. Today, It's been raining. It started before I got outta the shower. Aria was out, got rained on, then was "Fug this, I'mma done Tom Turkey" and has been in her crate nearly all day. I wish I could sleep the … Continue reading Where I Voated…
How long, Lord, must I call for help,but you do not listen?Or cry out to you, “Violence!”but you do not save? Why do you make me look at injustice?Why do you tolerate wrongdoing?Destruction and violence are before me;there is strife, and conflict abounds. Therefore the law is paralyzed,and justice never prevails.The wicked hem in the … Continue reading How Long, O Lord?
There aren't too many Beto signs around here. So when I see something new, I take notice. Behold: This is new Saw this one whilst on my way home Sunday. Thought, Oh goodie! A new sticker! And a post formed in my head about knuckleheads getting on the Betard train. Turns out, it's my idiot … Continue reading !@$R@ Locusts.
Peter over at bayou renaissance man had a great piece on food self sufficiency. It was followed up by Eaton Rapids Joe, who added his own take. I especially liked the quote on Peter's site about gardening on North Texas. My garden had a mind of its own. 2 months of high 90s-low 100s with … Continue reading Survival Gardening
I listen to talk radio every morning as I feed myself and the dogs. Usually, it's Mark Davis on 660AM. I like the banter between him and Mike Gallagher every morning. This morning they had a converstation about how republicans are in trouble over the Dobbs decision. Supposedly Gallagher had 'conservative women' callers from Texas … Continue reading It’s all BS, Part 2
Sunday night, the temperature dove, and it started raining. Not a deluge, just a good, old fashioned soaking rain, which lasted well into the next day. https://vimeo.com/742056359 So that marks this summer as a typical North Texas summer. We had nearly two months of 100+ heat. Then, rain and lower temps. It's supposed to rain … Continue reading It’s Raining
I write better when I'm annoyed or disgusted. Ass hattery brings out my sense of humor. So when things are going well, I have nothing to vent about. At least nothing I should be sharing anyhow. That's when I fall back on dog posts. The dogs are always entertaining. I also do my best thinking … Continue reading Speaking of Locusts…