I like to start my day with coffee and a laugh or two.
This is just wrong. Erroneous. Offensive.
This reminds me, I need to make my Mom’s apple bundt cake.
The Love Boat, exciting and new, . . .
Sure she does, it’s on the fourth wall and she’s looking right at it.
During the summer of 1969 I took a bus tour with maybe 30 other church youth from NW Missouri. After a morning of study in an upstairs classroom at the United Methodist Building on Capital Hill, we met with our Senator Tom Eagleton around a large conference table. Photos were taken and published in the micro local newspapers (county wide circulation.) I don’t remember much of the discussion, but we were concerned about Vietnam, and civil rights. So this average person interacted with a US Senator. I also have met some of my Representatives, but not substantively.
Litter cher! love it.
An old jingle, half-remembered, running through my head: Kool-Aid, Kool-Aid, tastes great, once you’ve had some, can’t wait
Wait a minute, last strip Satchel’s trunks were Green!
thanks for today’s earworm
Calvin for President!