Some time ago, a comic strip featured a family getting ready for a barbecue in their backyard. The child asked when the guests were gathered…Are these the people we bought the steaks for or are these the ones for the hamburgers?
So can you imagine some of use are valued in the cut of meat that people want to serve us? Are you a steak person or hamburger? I don’t mind hamburgers.
What about our vegan friends? They long ago decided this nonsense is not worth it. Besides having a cruelty free diet, they are thought of differently.
If you go to someone’s house—do you place a value on what if any thing they give you to eat?
Does a foul mouth go along with a foul mind? Why do people feel the need to insult people? Does it make them feel better? I think the problem is—-you can really see the true person in their words and actions. If you do not like what you see….move on.
All right—everyone that grows plants. Have any good experiences or bad?
I’ll start off—I gave my outside plants some Miracle Grow and they died. I had some pretty new guinea impatiens in two pots. They were doing well–but I thought could use some vitamins. Not—r.i.p.
The funniest flop–in plants is when I bought a cute Donkey Tails. It looks like little balls strung together, It was reduced at the local supermarket (red flag-right?). So I brought it home—put it in the corner of my bedroom.
It looked so nice and green. I watered it–and a few days later—noticed some of the balls on the floor.
So I went over to it and touched it—and almost all the balls of the plant start rolling off onto the floor. There was nothing left to the Donkey Tail Plant. It lasted two or three days.
I am glad when things grow. It does seem the plants have plans of their own.
I want to caution all you computer owners….on installing Windows 10 Creator. It was an update from Hell. At first –it seemed good—with new features–virtual reality….3rd printings. It wasn’t offered as a choice —which is very wrong—because this machine belongs to ME! It was just installed and took a long time. At first it worked….but then froze up my machine.
Nothing is wrong with my computer….but I got a black screen and a zombie machine. Way to go—force it on people. The machine wanted to do a disc fix but that’s their crap excuse for almost ruining my computer.
I was able to get it back by working on it. Nothing is wrong with my disc or computer. It is this stinking update. So I was able to go back to a previous Windows 10 version.
Go give this nonsense to other computer users and leave me alone.
I had a weird experience today. What day do I have that I don’t? I went to the gas station. I was paying for the gas before you pump it. I gave the clerk a ten dollar bill and several others. He looked at it (was korean) and said the ten doesn’t look right. He held it up to the light.
Well that bill was with some I had. I said–I will give you a twenty instead. I looked at the bill later and it had the all the markings of a genuine bill. But I checked the date on it and it is a 1934 Series A ten dollar bill.
So maybe this bill is special. It is in good condition. I had it with some money I saved from a special day.
All right. I take a long time to buy things.
I have needed a new mixer for the kitchen. The old one is a White Westinghouse. It works but sometimes hesitates. So yes –it is old.
So I went to the local Kmart—it seems like they had a special.
Yeah —right. There was a mixer that rests on a stand for $25 dollars –only comes in red.
Then there was this Hamilton Beach Hand Mixer 62692—comes with beaters and a whisk. The mixer then rests on a Snap On Case.
Boy—when you try to mix your batter—the beaters fall out. Won’t lock in. Then the cord is so short as you mix—it comes out of the wall. Okay—when done—if you last that long—place on top of flimsy storage case and hope it doesn’t fall over.
Guess I will be returning it. I had to make some cookies for
the upcoming art show that I will be in. What a definite hassle!
I can remember when a rainy day was fun. As a child I had a matching raincoat with umbrella. It was so comforting to splash through the puddles in the blue raincoat with the roses.
Umbrellas were dependable. Some were big like a man’s or adult sized one. Maybe some were heavy or large but they opened easily.
Then umbrellas got smaller—more compact. Some had easy to close buttons.
Recently in the spring I was using my brown umbrella with the easy to open button. As I crossed the grocery store parking lot—I tried to close it. ” Ouch!!!” It took a big chunk of skin off my finger. It was good the store had band aids–and something to stop the bleeding.
Then a few months ago–I picked up an umbrella that was new but belonged to a relative. The darn thing snapped me in the face as I opened it.
Stop and check to see if that the umbrella is safe. Before you use it.
Plenty of rainy days ahead.
Like Gene Kelly in that movie….you might want to sing in the rain.