Oh Annie! Did Chesney put you on the loading dock? How did you fall for that!
Well he is a professional.
Today, rain all around, you could even see it raining up on the mountain, but did I get any? Noooo. Between the dry air and the Olive tree pollen…I’m going to have to buy more Kleenex.
My, how the tables have turned.
I guess this is an example of “don’t put others down until you have walked in their shoes” (or however that expression goes). Chesney may not actually wear shoes, but here’s Annie, putting herself in his place.
NATIONAL PACK RAT DAY. This is me, and I’m trying to change. No, I’m not one who is such a pack rat that I have to navigate around piles of newspaper and stuff, but I do have too much stuff and I need to throw some things away. Do I really need to save old gas bills and phone bills from 15 or more years ago? I’m that kind of pack rat.
NATIONAL CHERRY COBBLER DAY
NATIONAL GRADUATION TASSEL DAY
WORLD HYPERTENSION DAY
WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SOCIETY DAY
NATIONAL IDAHO DAY
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FOR CHILDREN DAY
Hi all, if you remember my comment about being clawed and bitten when trying to give medicine to a barn cat, well, I have been in the hospital since Sunday with an infection from the bite, lots of IVs with antibiotics, it’s getting better and hopefully going home today. I will have to take it easy for a bit, like mow for an hour or two and then rest. Will be taking more antibiotics for another 10 days, what an ordeal
So slick! She put herself there. Let’s hope she gets out soon!
An former boyfriend of our daughter’s noticed that her cats often cried, “You’re oppressing me!”
Annie, Chesney doesn’t wear shoes. You do. He put himself “in your shoes,” and you got played. And Chesney is certainly not misunderstood.
I remember in younger days going out and often encountering married men who would try to play me, saying they are unhappily married because their wives “don’t understand” them. I would shock them by replying that it was much more likely that their wives understood them too well. That always shut them up, and we all knew why.
get well, Jay! gh
Great pictures today. :)
I can’t believe Annie actually fell for that. Very sneaky, Chesney. On another note, saw a Stellers Jay, a Wilson’s warbler, a swallow, a dragonfly, three butterflies, two rabbits, and three robins while out walking today.
Annie must be soooo overworked and tired to fall for that!