Friday, March 25, 2022

Friday Funnies and Other Interesting Thoughts

 

Never...EVER...trust a fart. It's a known fact there is a turd hanging out nearby looking for someone to leave the gate open. 

I might need to start wearing a watch again.


It's taxing just reading this.

Clean energy really isn't. That's a dirty little secret in case you were wondering.























Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Coffee Reviews

 If you were not already aware, the blog has a FaceBook page which has been the default recipient of a string of coffee reviews. It started out as a request for suggestions on my personal page for favorite coffees to try, and it seems to have taken on a life of its own. I will eventually get around to posting some or all of those here. In the meantime, there's content to be read over there if you so choose.  

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Everyone Needs to Read This and Understand


Been seeing the below copied text pop up on Facebook several times lately. You really have no idea until you go through it. At first, you think nothing of it because everyone asks the same question twice sometimes. Then, you think they might be faking it for attention or for laughs. When the person starts getting lost while driving or the same question gets asked 5 times in a row in 5 minutes, you know something is wrong. You try to tell yourself it will get better, but it doesn’t. The regression and memory gaps continue to get worse until one day they don’t recognize you or remember your name. They lose the ability to have even the most basic conversation or take care of simple bodily functions. Hygiene becomes a huge struggle. You will clean up excrement in strange places. Then, one day, getting them out of bed is no longer possible. When they stop eating and drinking, the end is close.

Alzheimer’s and Dementia are terminal illnesses which qualify you for hospice care covered under Medicare. Involve them as early as you possibly can. They can’t do everything, but what they can do will feel like a Godsend.
“It’s called the long goodbye. Rapidly shrinking brain is how a doctor described it. As the patient's brain slowly dies, they change physically and eventually forget who their loved ones are and become less themselves. Patients can eventually become bedridden, unable to move & unable to eat or drink or talk to their loved ones. There will be people who will scroll by this message because Dementia or Alzheimer's has not touched them. They may not know what it's like to have a loved one who has fought or is fighting a battle against Dementia or Alzheimer's.
In an effort to raise awareness of this cruel disease, I would love to see this on your timeline, too.
💜💜💜💜💜💜💜
To clarify, the top two paragraphs are mine responding to the bottom paragraph in quotation marks which I have been seeing pop up on FB.

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

We Might Need a 12 Step Program...

...for Animal Lovers. Pets Anonymous or something. Saturday night, we went out for dinner with some friends from church. After dinner, we went for a walk around a local shopping / entertainment area called Grandscape. As we watched the kids play, someone came up with a shopping cart and proceeded to unload a bin full of puppies onto the green space at the central stage pavillion area. Five Pit Bull puppies. Of course every kid and not a few adults within 100 feet flocked around the pups. M&M was in the thick of things and was seen cuddling something squirmy and furry with her best "Daddy can I have it?" puppy dog eyes. 

The wife of the couple that had the puppies asked me if I wanted to hold one, and I replied "No thank you. I have a weakness and way too many animals at home." They were cute pups though. 

Snow: "If I fits, I sits. Right?"

Graycie was very proud of herself for pinning M&M

Graycie was not too pleased with the hat at first...

...until she discovered an alternate use.

Hi Dad...you still love me right? You haven't petted me in 15 seconds.

A rare peaceful line up in close proximity

Tinkle is such a shameless ball of fluff