And a felony for stealing one off public land.
Panel 1 – Beni has potential as a host of a show in him.
Have to admit when I read the line “We’re doing great things.” that is where my mind went as well…and I am not happy about it!
~ Someone left the chair out in the rain And my stomach feels kind of queasy ‘Cause it took so long to easy And I’ll never have that chair to sit in again Oh no! ~
Correct. They are yellow in color on the trees but when they drop down to the ground they do a swift and miraculous change to brown. They can also stain a driveway pretty well when the leaves get wet.
I should check out some cats-for-hire.
Claim to be a golden god, Sterling!
You live at house number 667 – the neighbor of the beast.
When they were younger, it was singing Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘At the Zoo’ and, for my son in particular, a very visually theatrical version of ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame.’ There was also the ‘sheet woosh’ which involved bringing up the sheet and blanket like a parachute and letting it glide down over them.
Here in Raleigh, we have trees (poplars and mimosas for example) that drop leaves every season except for the most dead of winter. The poplars just got done with their “summer is hot and I am stressed and cranky” leaf-drop phase but they aren’t done yet – not until November. My neighbor just started blowing his leaves to the curbline which is very early because we usually don’t get a pickup from the city until right before Christmas (sometimes not until after the new year). Trouble is that he blows them into the road and the cars driving by inevitably bring them to my curbline because our property is at what seems to be a perfect point for leaves to build up, but not move on. So it becomes my problem.