I’ve been walking the dogs on this road when it’s warm enough outside. The Pine trees you see at the end of this road is the Highway. My house is a quarter mile to the right. Yes, I drive the dogs over here. I don’t want them to get used to walking on the highway.
The bridge you see is where Nick and I used to take Jegs swimming. Until some asshat put up ‘No Trespassing’ signs. Whatever. I’ll take these guys to the beach and see what happens.
I am so tired of this weather. Single digits for weeks now. Today the sun is warm enough to melt most of the snow we got yesterday. And my car is a dirty mess. Hoping to run it thru a car wash on Sunday.
In just over 3 months, my ‘sons’ go home. I will miss them so much. Just like the others. Definitely going out with a bang, as Juan says. My last two are GREAT kids!!
This trunk was in the wrong place at the wrong time. My dad’s house had a roof leak. This trunk got hit with the rainwater. What looks like curled up I don’t know what is actually leather. In the middle of the lid was/is a flower.
It’s pretty beat up. But it’s still cool.
St. Paul Weekend Press……interesting. I can get the St Paul Pioneer Press to pull up. But not this name.
But what really catches your eye?
There is a lot of odd stuff in there too. I will have to pull it out and take photos. Chicken Dinner! 5¢! Some fossils and some things Fred would LOVE!! Or maybe he could tell me what they are….lol
There’s nothing “diet” about soda, whether it’s sugar-sweetened or not, particularly when it comes to belly fat. In a study at the University of Texas, researchers followed nearly 500 adults for over a decade. They found that those who drank diet soda developed a 70 percent larger waist circumference, on average, than those who didn’t drink any soda. One possible explanation: Super-sweet artificial sweeteners make the body expect calories. When they don’t arrive, the body turns up hunger signals in response.
I had used a trunk as my coffee table. I didn’t want to do that anymore. One trunk I have in the basement is lined with a newspaper from 155 years ago. Feb 1867. Yes, I’ll get a photo for you.
So Sunday I drove 45 minutes away to get this.
Each side has a drawer and a pull out to put your drink on so you don’t get water rings on the top.
I love it.
What made it nicer? I got to see a friend I haven’t physically seen in a few years. We chat on messenger a few times a year, she works about 5 minutes from my work. But getting together doesn’t always happen. She is done at 2pm. I am done at 4pm. Kind of like ships that pass in the night.
We went for breakfast and chatted. We went back to her house. And chatted some more.