Maybe Dill is the wrong kid to send to the supply closet. So hungry, so many crayons, so many glue sticks…
And from people begging for donations.
It’s a learned behavior. Our dog never got the shakes. (We had to carry him through the door, but once inside he was fine.) Then one day we were in the waiting room with another dog who did… after that our dog always had the shakes while waiting to see the vet.
Unless you’re on a stroll.
Cupcakes are up for grabs around here, except the cook always gets the first one – to make sure they taste okay.
But if you mosey, you mostly aren’t in any kind of hurry. It’s a step faster than lollygagging. Although direction plays into it, too. You mosey forward. You lollygag when you are avoiding going forward.
I always figured hightailing was like a spooked herd of deer, whereas skeddadling is something that clawed critters do, like squirrels on hot pavement, or dogs on a tiled floor.
Yes! Like catsup and ketchup.
Also, when discussing lunch meat, why are baloney and bologna pronounced the same?
Being able to accept that you and you significant other don’t have to have the same tastes in everything goes a long way in a relationship. We’ve been married 45 + years. The last TV show we consistently watched together was China Beach. He likes to channel surf, and I prefer to binge watch whole seasons. Two rooms, two screens works best for us. We prefer to spend our together time in the kitchen where we can have a conversation (no screens necessary.)