Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww……Allergy attack so early in the morning???
Snake? I would think he’d want hip waders! It wouldn’t bother me, but, I can just see Adam needing hip waders to be able to handle snakes being there…
Our 44th was the 16th of this month. Congrats to all of us!!!!!!
Isn’t Nick their lil baby brother, who pops in from time to time???
“See the tree, how big it’s grown…”
“Those were the days, my friend, we thought they’d never end…”
And hearing the music we “rocked” to as teenagers, in muzak form, coming from elevator & store speakers!!!!!!
Love the turkey!!! We have the wild ones here in upper Illinois & it’s fun to “gobble” at them & then listen to the racket that starts up! My Dad used to take me to his pal’s store, where there were flocks of chickens & then turkeys in late October. He could imitate them so well, the whole flock would start strutting & gobbling & eying their fellow turkeys…such fun!
Not all children hate eating their veg! And, a lot of children get very interested in eating veg when they get to help grow, harvest & prepare said veg. Besides, Wallace is a very Different child, in case you haven’t noticed.
The shmoos were one of my favorite things in Lil Abner. I started on reading comics, with my Dad reading them to me, so I have many fine memories of comics I’ve followed as long as they existed, or until they were taken over by artists who promptly changed everything that was good about them. Sooo; “forum” query, who remembers old comics? Dick Tracy, Brenda Starr, Rick O’Shay & Hipshot Percussion, Charlie Brown & the Peanuts gang, Lil Abner, Mary Worth, Blondie, Hi & Lois, Beetle Bailey…..the list goes on, but I have to go. Let’s see who we remember!!!
I said much the same thing to a group of people younger’n my Hubs & I, when we’d been married 15 years to their average of 5. They all laughed…then. Today is our 44th anniv’ & them embers is mighty fine, yep, mighty fine!!!
My sprog loved Zoom, so did the Hubs & I. Informative, fun, imaginative & not treating children like idiots or brainiacs.