retired history teacher & medical "something"
I have to go to the local chain supermarket for peanuts – squirrel chow – and I tell the clerk to put Paid stickers on the bags and I’ll put them in the car myself. I try to avoid those throw-away bags if I can.
We usually shop at Aldi’s. They never have “free” bags – you can use a carton or buy a heavy-duty, reusable, plastic bag for 10 cents. Also, Aldi’s never bags your groceries; you have to do it yourself.
Lot of that going around, it seems.
My sewing room is neater than it’s been in decades.
Work a jigsaw puzzle.
It was most likely the maid. Lots of reasons – too many to go into here – but the fact that the axe the police found was absolutely clean, and it is impossible to get blood out of a wooden handle, means that one wasn’t the murder weapon. The maid said she was sleeping in her room at the time. Her room was over the barn and was insanely hot on an August afternoon; even the police found that odd, to say the least.
Sarcasm, Mr. Kerner, sarcasm.
Just as an aside, I have a letter, which appears to be hand-signed, from Estes Kefauver, thanking my dad for his $5 contribution to the presidential campaign in 1956. Kefauver said it was “mighty nice” of Daddy. I like that expression – mighty nice.
Ogden Nash? But No, it was Charles Bowen.
It’s amazingly accurate from my limited knowledge. Before he went to seminary, my dad was a union organizer for Ma Bell. (CWA) He was ordained as a n Episcopal priest in 1984. AND a lifelong Democrat!