I worked with someone who was born in Czechoslovakia. She grew up to work under & for, the Czech, German & Russian governments. She & her husband came to the USA, became citizens & raised a daughter here. She always said, if you don’t like the USA, you are free to move to some other country. So: leave, I’ll help you pack, here’s your hat, what’s your hurry. And my best friend for years, had an Aunt with numbers on her arm, from being a German/Russian Jew & somehow managing to be one of the survivors. The USA is not perfect, and growing worse, but, we are still faaarrr better than a whole lotta countries!!!
I dunno…I tend to get all gooey & call them pretty widdy fluffy-muffins, cuddle-bugs or snorglers…our Abraham DeLacy, Guiseppe Casey, Thomas O’Malley Ally Cat was a fabulous snorgler. (That’s toddler-ese for snuggling.) [And his name came from “The Aristocats” movie.]
Hammer home that point. You two are screwy.
If you work your way up the ladder, you can end up with several careers. Hubs started as a forklift driver & shipping & handling clerk. Moved to running punch presses, then maintaining them, then building dies for them & now he designs the dies for them. And operates & maintains 2 CNC machines, while teaching others to operate them.
Not necessarily. Both of us are on several meds & usually I end up picking them up, but the Hubs does his part also, so he remembers my birth date just fine.
Thank you for going in & doing what you did, regardless of how everybody seemed to feel about it. Lost 3 people from the effects of Agent Orange &, as Tigrisan said, the essence of one; my brother, who was never the same after he came back.
First is the rhubarb; bread, cake, sauce to pour over vanilla ice cream…Nectar of the gods & goddesses. Then come tomatoes; BLT, sliced with a lil salt or sugar, or fresh from the garden & sun-warmed. And let’s not forget cucumbers, green beans, radishes, beets, carrots, onions…used to be corn too, but, sadly, I found out that corn is not good for me.
Matt, I am so sorry! But, your beloved Dad & Kitty cat are now together…I know you’d rather have them here with you, but, at least they are not alone on the other side of the rainbow bridge.
Well, I’m not one of the knickers in a twist gang! I asked about it, because I thought I’d missed one. And it was very thoughtful of Justin to see the error & correct it. Besides which, this comic doesn’t run every day, so we are going to see the same comic several times a week, if we haven’t had enough coffee to remember what day it is & open it up.