SPEEDING TICKET... I got stopped for speeding yesterday!
I THOUGHT I COULD TALK
MY WAY OUT OF IT, UNTIL THE OFFICER LOOKED AT
MY DOG IN THE BACK SEAT
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Saturday, December 14, 2013
Sunday, December 01, 2013
Sex or What for Funny Monday
Facial expression interpretations are an important part of respected psychometric tests. In the following pictures you see women with a range of facial expressions. Study the expressions, and, try to imagine what single act each is experiencing:
They are all about to sneeze!
And by the way......
EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
“When God created Adam and Eve, He said:
I only have two gifts:...One is the art of peeing standing ...And then Adam stepped forward and shouted: ME!, ME!, ME!,
I would love it please ... Lord, please, please!
Look, it will make my life substantially easier.
Eve nodded, and said those things did not matter to her. Then God gave Adam the gift and he began to shout for joy. He ran through the garden of Eden and used it to wet all the trees and bushes, ran down the beach making drawings with his pee in the sand ...
Well, he would not stop showing off.
God and Eve watched the man crazy with happiness and Eve asked God: What is the other gift? ' God answered:
Eve,..... a brain ... and it is for you ...!”
Sex or What for Funny Monday (Don’t have a clue about photo credits)
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
“On December 4, 1619 settlers stepped ashore at Berkeley Hundred along the James River and, in accordance with the proprietor's instruction that "the day of our ship's arrival ... shall be yearly and perpetually kept as a day of thanksgiving," celebrated the first official Thanksgiving Day.
In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims held a celebration to give thanks to God for his bounty and blessings. This occasion was the origin of the traditional Thanksgiving as we know it today.”
Read More:: Jamestown and Plymouth: Compare and Contrast
The James River as seen from the Berkeley Plantation…
Berkeley Plantation was originally called Berkeley Hundred and named after the Berkeley Company of England. ….
Among the many American "firsts" that occurred at Berkeley Plantation are:
- The first official Thanksgiving: 4 December 1619
- The first bourbon whiskey distilled: 1621, by George Thorpe, an Episcopal priest.
- First time Army bugle call "Taps" played: July 1862, by bugler Oliver W. Norton; the melody was written at Harrison's Landing, the plantation's old wharf, by Norton and then General Daniel Butterfield Read More
- Getting ready to “land” at the plantation.. Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving…
The First Thanksgiving
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
It’s a beautiful fall November day with the temps in the mid 50’s . For me it is the kind of day that screams “Road Trip”.
In July 1863, a fast-moving Confederate army swept across the Ohio, stopping at every farm and home to steal horses and food.
Painting by M. Kuntsler…. Today, I’m heading out of Nelsonville to Vinton County. Some might say the area in Vinton County is still “haunted” by Morgan’s Raiders.
Matt replacing the Wheelabout road sign. (my road to turn on) Matt says , “People are always taking this sign, and he has replaced it before. Maybe the ghosts of the haunted Moonville Tunnel are involved.
Haunted Moonville Tunnel.. I couldn’t get any closer today. The water in the creek was to high and of course the bridge is gone.
Take a close look and you might see a couple modern day raiders (hunters) and a pretty nice tree stand to.
I adore old barns, meadows, and wide open spaces.
I’m sure this old house has many many stories it could tell.
I had a great lunch at the Lake Hope dining Lodge and then took this photo from the balcony. Time for a nap..
Sunday, November 10, 2013
The photo above was taken at Bruton Parish Church, located in the heart of historic Colonial Williamsburg. Notice the “sounding board” above the pulpit.