Monday, July 27, 2020

Enough Signs?

I saw some pine nuts for sale on the side of the road. 
Actually, how could I NOT see that they were for sale?
I only hope that they manage to sell enough pine nuts to pay for the poster paper and markers.
Do you like to advertise? Do you think this method is a good one?
And most importantly, do you like pine nuts?

Monday, July 20, 2020

Easy Pill Taking

If you've got to take meds, it might as well be a pleasant experience.
We thought it was kind of funny when Carolyn's three other pills (two gel pills, one pink pill) stuck to her chewy chocolate calcium pill.
I told her that if she ate them all at once, they'd probably all taste like chocolate.
She didn't try it.
Do you take meds? Do you like them?

Monday, July 13, 2020

Birthday Girl

Carolyn likes bread so much that she bought herself a loaf at a festival.
She didn't care that it's bigger than her head. She assured me she could eat it all.
She did, too, once I sliced it up and put it in the freezer, taking it out a slice at a time.
I also gave some to Bob, but Carolyn didn't mind. She's a sharing kind of girl, even on her birthday.
She wants to give treats to everybody!
Happy birthday, Carolyn! You don't look 54, but you are certainly a good example to be so proud of your age.

Monday, July 6, 2020

Old Cannons

There are some nifty old cannons in Haddon Heights, New Jersey where Carolyn was born and I spent 10 of my growing up years.
As a child, I'd walk a long way to the cannons (maybe a mile) with a brother or sister or two or three. (There were eight of us.)
I used to climb on the cannons, but when I was there last year as an adult, I had a new perspective when I found I could could reach the end of the cannon from the ground.
My more petite sister stood further back to reach the cannon barrel, still proud of herself.
Things can be accomplished in so many different ways.
Do you have a favorite childhood place?
Where is it?