We haven’t even done takeout yet.
Isaiah 45:7 I create the light and make the darkness. I send good times and bad times.
According to some nature show I watched, you do have to outrun those cats. Apparently, the cats pick a target based on their judgement of who is closest, or looks slowest, or whatever; and they never change their target once they start to run.
That song must have been written by a geophysicist.
But we don’t have to worry about earthquakes.
Conversation overheard in a campsite near the bottom of the Grand Canyon: I saw a scorpion crawl into your sleeping bag last night; but he crawled back out.
So, you’re looking for a shot of brandy?
On nights like that, the most successful routine for all three of my kids was walking slowly up and down the cellar stairs. Maybe it was the change in temperature – even in July, our basement is cold.
My main comfort food is popcorn – a cauldron of popcorn.
Not in the Great White North. On a typical March 21 Canada is still snow covered; and by June 21 the lakes and rivers are still a little cold for swimming.