Friday, May 27, 2011
Stop! Before we get to the Just so you know, I want you to know we are okay. It appears some of my lovely followers saw Kentucky, storms, and worried a bit. I am sorry I caused undo stress.
Just another reason I love blogging. Nowhere have I found such an abundance of wonderful, caring people, sort of brings a tear to your eye. I thank you guys from the bottom of my heart. Now on with the just so you know.
Just so you know… with my allergies and the storms having severe pressure changes, Wednesday I suffered from vertigo. Yes, I was drunker than a hoot-owl.
Just so you know… the storms also, body slammed my rain barrel. I applied quick-stop to the cut and told it to get back in the fight.
Just so you know… I do not give a hoot about Arnold Schwarzeneggers illegitimate child. That is between him and Maria. I just hope Maria is saying, “On NO, you won’t be back,” and doing so with a snap.
Just so you know… I have decided to become a mushroom farmer. It seems I now have an abundance of them.
Just so you know… the dogs hear the sound of rain and I swear they have learned to curse.
Just so you know… I installed a squirrel proof bird feeder. Now the little buggers stand on the ground waving their little squirrel arms, giving the birds directions on how to shake and tilt it so the seed drops out.
Just so you know… one year later and I still have a virgin canoe. I’m thinking of putting it on poles and turning it into a canopy for a tiki bar.
Just so you know… they have trained shrimp to use tread mills. Always wondered where that skinny shrimp came from. Now if they can generate electricity it is worth it.
Just so you know… the dog pool opens this weekend, dog swimmies are optional.
Just so you know … I have made beer cheese, Benedictine dip and potato salad, the rest will be done on the grill.
Just so you know… this is “get away day” and I won’t be getting any further than my back yard. Between the squirrels, birds, dogs, the monster under the shed, that is crowd enough for me.
There you have it, my meager just so you know. With all the instantaneous destruction that has occurred over the last several months I encourage us all to relish this holiday.
Hug your family, call a lost friend, remember our soldiers past and present but be safe. The most important thing we have is the freedom to express our love and each other.
Happy Holiday and Peace…