Saturday, October 31, 2009
-- Six Word Saturday
I will see you on Sunday
That is if we are lucky. This little blog
I am out'a here! It is called running away! No, not where this YouTube video shows, that was this January on St. John Island. Hint, I will be wearing University of Nebraska Red on Saturday.
You can hear the waves doing their thing on the beach, listen.
If you want to watch it over at YouTube, click on this link:
While you are there you can watch some of my YouTube others.
This and that:
1. Click here to see why this cartoon made me think of Quilly
2. Trivia Question: What is the ratio of mouse/mice pitures to the cat pictures in Ziggy? Here (click) is a mouse picture.
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Six Word Saturday, Click the box --> to visit Cate's blog with Mr. Linky showing all the other blogs participating this week. Cate runs Six Word Saturday. She would like for you to participate.
I wish to thank everyone last week who came up with ideas on my running away. Where to go or views on travel for me were really appreciated. Thank you.
I said earlier that I wouldn't run very far. And that Mrs. Jim might come with me. She is.
It was our party outfit we wore at a former year's Halloween party. People liked our lamp costumes.
Labels: Holiday Posts
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
More Futile Thinking -- MidWeek Blues
Impish Elusive Nothings
a wordless little poem
Words eluded me today
for that I will simply write
tomorrow or yesterday.
Meter here abandon care
a bit of nonsense today
without those words nothing's here.
Rhyme it surely I can do
missing words not a problem
I do this lark just for you.
Copyright © 2009 Jimmiehov
All Rights Reserved
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If you want to post a MidWeek Blues picture, go get directions from Rebecca by clicking on the logo picture on the right. She has a Mr. Linky and good directions . Just do what I did. .
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Happy Halloween Guys -- Ruby (Red) Tuesday -- The Jim Bunch Eats again
Hosting involves more than just playing dominoes. First we always eat a nice meal that the host has prepared. This was chili night for the six of us couples. That included Bud and Brenda, our hosts. Thank you guys, it was all delicious.
Instead we opted for Taco Bell. That was a nice choice, both of us ate for less than five dollars before tax. This was because of a very generous senior discount.
We had a nice beef taco with trimmings, two chicken soft tacos with lettuce, a bowl of refried beans and rice and cheese, an order of nachos, and two Diet Pepsi (we would have liked Diet Coke better, but Taco Bell only has Pepsi products).
We also met a very fine fellow eating there who has a motor cycle shop in Omaha, Nebraska. We talked football and growing up around Omaha just a bit.
I brought this up because I might run away to Waco, Texas, this weekend for my birthday. Nebraska Huskers are down to play football against Baylor. This may very well be a good game. Both teams score a lot, Baylor is exceptionally good this year, and Nebraska, quite frankly, stinks this year.
Speaking of birthdays, I just found out that Terry has made me a birthday cake, has the squirrels singing the Happy Birthday Song to me, and has made a very nice special Ruby Red Birthday Blog just for me. Please go see it, she has worked so very hard, I know. You will agree. Thank You, Terry.
And if you haven't seen our granddaughter in a spell, please scroll down to the next post. She is getting so clever! Just like her PapaJay.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Jim Bunch Eats again -- Sunday night / Monday morning funny
I did have coffee, not in the picture, to drink. Karen had Diet Coke, her standby.
This is picture of our youngest granddaughter, Baby KP. She spent Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights with us. Karen came after her work on Friday and they both left Saturday at noon.
It was taken in the car seat, just before they left for home. Oh yes, Thursday she was three months and one week old.
For seven more NEW pictures and this one again, you can click here.
There are two postings, please look at both.