Sunday, August 31, 2008

On Vacation

And I will be blogging again soon.

In the meantime, here are two of my all time favorite commercials.

200 Dachshund

Herding Cats

I just have to catch up on my sleep after a 50 hour workweek.

Little Pond

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

My daily rounds

My daily medibloggers were well-received at the MS Companion, so let's extend the same courtesy to our Little Pond fishers. Mediblogs excluded:"The Blogfather" Feel the pulse of the blogosphere... the same name Just a commonsense doctor's blog. Why is that so rare? To Prescott, AZ what Little Pond is to Elmira, NY, IMHO I don't know how this lady keeps her sense of humor and her wits. Highly politicized, evangelical, East Coast blogger. Also highly politicized on the West Coast.

Relatives My Blogsister Her hubby's wonderful podcasts Baby Blogsis My Everloving Blogmother, to whom I dedicate all my 30 sites!

Sounds like I spend all day at the Compaq, but no. I simply don't clean my house, get any exercise, or do diddly-squat at the paper.

(I might add that neither list includes the video gaming, news, and media-related sites I also visit. Praise God for the Internet!)

Little Pond

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

A summer clarification

My daughters and many friends are now coloring their hair. After all, it's summer and their hair is changing anyway in the sun. My favorite happens to be the pinkish reds I am seeing these days.

The last time I colored my hair it was a sort of dark mauve. At that time I had to conclude that the dye was giving me a rash. I went into mourning because it had been my last ditch effort to change my hair. I had run through all the different tints and dyes and hennas one by one, getting a rash from each.

I never got to frost my hair. That would have been next. I was afraid I would be permanently damaged. Each rash seemed to be accompanied by increased hayfever or whatever and my last go-around had been debilitating.

Fortunately, my gray came in stripes. At first I was appalled, but now I am learning to comb and curl it to show it off in different ways. In short, I am playing with it. So now I am happy.

The ability to play with it was all I wanted anyway.

Little Pond

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Down by the riverside.

We don't usually see these until the rocks are beginning to be exposed. I expect the bait are plentiful. How do I know?

Go here and watch the background. Not all bait fishers are human.

Little Pond