Sun is shining, it's a gorgeous day, and I have to work and work and work. What would I rather do? Well, drive and drive and drive, of course. Sigh.Oh, it's a 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS.
posted by Lorraine at 1:07 PM |
you must be part of the 1%, all i find are empty candy wrappers and doggie do.
Oh, I found those things too. And I don't have a dog, which makes me grrrrrr.I also found: ping pong balls (from beer pong game played in the summer), my little IKEA lanterns that had blown off the deck, two empty beer cans (I'm not asking), a little trowel shovel thing, a small hacksaw and a three foot tall spikey weedy thing in the middle of the lawn that I had somehow overlooked.
you're a hideous woman.(and I'm somewhat envious)
Just asking... you have some dubious negatives on Laurance?
I highly doubt dubious negatives of Laurance even exist.
Just putting it out there...Stir, stir, rubbing of hands, etc.
Ah, so THAT'S where I left it. I've been searching everywhere! Thanks so much for finding it for me, Lorraine. Just put those keys in the mailbox for me, willya? I'll come and get her right away..."sichoto:" as in, wow - that's one seriously sichoto...
While we have no trees in our backyard, our neighbours delight in sharing them. A few minutes ago I filled another bag - and found a recently deceased young reddish squirrel. Looks like one that Ben (dog) was being tormented by yesterday - or a sibling.
Ah, leaves.... and what you find under them.Our 5 post 40+ foot maple has already vomitted it's annual donation to composting. 16 bags of mulched product that came down 12" thick in 3 days. A veritable storm of golden leaves.Under which we found similar items as mentioned above. Unfortunately, the 911 was the call due to hauling 16 bags of mulched material.My word is jelas. Yup! I am. I'll take you for a ride on my bike if you will take me for a ride in that beauty. Heck I'll teach you how to ride.
While our genial host has all the accoutrements for bike riding and the knowledge to do so, regretably she does not (yet) have her license.
djc... Your tree " has already vomitted it's annual donation to composting."? One of the most descriptive descriptors ever!The Russian judge gives you a 6.0
Ozzie, yes, you are correct about the accoutrement, but, I have not heard mention of chaps yet and I believe that a wee jacket has gone missing.Chris Brown (ntf): Thanks for the compliment and the 6.0 score. Also, it is a very true description. The tree will hold onto all of its leaves, then drop them all at once.
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