Donna and I spent most of Thanksgiving week in Las Vegas, Nevada, visiting our son Gregory, daughter-in-law Beth, and grandson Quentin. Taylor, our granddaughter, stayed in Seattle for the holiday so we didn’t get to see her this trip, but our daughter Polly and her boyfriend David drove up from Ajo, Arizona, so we were […]
Monday Bag o’ Fried Chicken
Donna asked me to take charge of dinner tonight because she has embroidery orders to finish and pack for mailing. I don’t feel like cooking, so I rode down to Safeway and bought fried chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, and spinach. I got enough for two dinners in case […]
Mark of the beast? Hail Satan, bring it on. […]
Bloggers always say they’re too busy to post during the holidays. I wanted to use that excuse, but it wouldn’t have been exactly true. It’s more that I wanted to be social and spend time with my family than isolate myself in the office to write.
Things are getting back to normal now and here […]
Sunday, and another mixed bag of topics I want to say something about before I forget, topics which taken one by one wouldn’t rate posts of their own.
Switching from snail mail to email for the annual holiday letter to friends and relatives seems like such a bright idea. Until […]
Last week a few friends and some lefty bloggers I follow fell for a bogus article about Rush Limbaugh calling soldiers welfare queens who’ve gotten used to having everything handed to them. Hey, I fell for it too, because I’ve said again and again that at some point the Orcs* are going to turn against […]