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  1. DKendra commented on Stone Soup 2 months ago

    Val has her priorities right!

    As for those who are obsessing about which lake in Oregon could be so big that you don’t see trees: It’s a “camera angle”-type shot. You get to see the boats without the trees interfering!

  2. DKendra commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

    Hadn’t thought about the reincarnation aspect, but now that you mention it…

  3. DKendra commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

    Young Ramses II was shaved bald with a side lock. Egyptian priests of that time wore braided side locks.

    Hmm… isn’t that a familiar sight today? Half the head shaved bald and the other half hairy?

  4. DKendra commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

    Oh, that’s hilarious! Rates right up there with trying to make cookies with cats in the house! Or wrap presents. Thanks for the laugh!

  5. DKendra commented on Stone Soup 3 months ago

    I like that. It actually fits for women to use, also.

  6. DKendra commented on Stone Soup 3 months ago

    Yup, you’re probably right. As a woman, I find it funny, fitting, and fabulous that these three understand how to make an argument last only a couple of minutes instead of a couple of hours.

  7. DKendra commented on Stone Soup 3 months ago

    Or even caramel dip for the apples. Just sayin’

  8. DKendra commented on Non Sequitur 3 months ago

    Ayup. Just goes to show that you should never underestimate a bookworm.

  9. DKendra commented on Rose is Rose 3 months ago

    Out of the mouths of babes.
    Rose and Jimbo should know by now that they need to be careful what they say around a first grader! (They should have learned it when he started putting sentences together!)

  10. DKendra commented on Rose is Rose 3 months ago

    How cute! Would that people learned that!

    At the campgrounds we went to (Crane Prairie, North Davis, etc.), we’d see the ground squirrels all the time. They’d fight with the jays for the crumbs and crusts.