Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Photo Day

These are my grandpups.  We babysat them for a week when our daughter had to go out of town for business.

Molly is a 2 year old Chow who has had difficulty with her heart and her knee.  Our daughter and son-in-law got her from a shelter after their other little dog passed away.  I've never known anyone who had a red chow, only black, and those dogs were all a little scary and mean.  But Molly, not at all!  She is the sweetest thing!  And very well-trained.

Luna is a 7 month old Corgi.  She's adorable, but she's still a puppy, so she's very active and likes to chew on things.  She's working on potty-training, and she's making progress, but she isn't completely there yet.  But isn't she precious?

I'm linking up with Wordless Wednesday and Image-in-ing for the photo fun!

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Monday, January 14, 2019

Random Tuesday

Hello!  How are all of you fine people?
I took my mom to see Cirque du Soleil Luzia over the weekend.  I got her the tickets for Christmas/birthday.  It was a fantastic show.  A couple of years ago, I took her to see something similar, and it wasn't that great, especially since I've seen two of the Vegas performances Ka and The Beatles Love, both of which were amazing.  I was so happy it was a good show!  I was really impressed with the combination of music, singing, humor, acrobatics, lights, and daredevilish feats of amazement!  Here is the trailer for a sneak peek at the show.

Have you been watching the old Geico commercials?  You can vote for your favorite!  The one I like the best is  "Collect Call."  Wehadababyitsaboy!  After that, it's "Spy."  Are you taking a zumba class? Cracks me up!  And the caveman isn't bad, either.  Two that I don't like are "Hump Day" and "Maxwell the Pig."  I think those two are so annoying. Which one do you like best?  You can watch them all at the Geico voting site and on YouTube (plus a few extras).

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How's this for tragedy?  A chocolate spill!

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This happened at a factory in Werl, Western Germany in December.  Liquid chocolate leaked from a tank onto the street.  I wonder if they were able to make enough chocolate before Christmas to stock the stores.

I'm going tomorrow to have my foot checked again to see if I can come out of the boot or not.  I have a feeling he is going to request an MRI, which I really can't afford right now, but... My foot is better, but not completely healed, so I just have that feeling.  And now my other foot is starting to hurt, probably because I "favor" it when I walk.

And now...

I am silently correcting grammar on Facebook!

Yes, this is for me when I pass on.

You've probably seen this on Facebook, but who can get enough of this cuteness?

Who could resist this face?
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Have a great week!

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Photo Day!

My beautiful Lacy!

And our daughter's Corgi puppy that we are babysitting.  She's ACTIVE!
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Monday, January 07, 2019

Random Tuesday

Hello everyone!  It's back to work and back to routine around here.  My first day back in the boot felt long, but at least we did not have students.  I did a lot of standing, though.  Today were are back with the students. Tomorrow may be difficult because I will have to make half a dozen trips to and from the library with my students.  I can get around fine; I'm just a little slower.  And uneven!  Ten more days before I see the doctor again.

Other than the boot and returning to work, not much is happening around here, so I'll just get to some funnies.

This cracks me up!

This was me yesterday morning:

They couldn't even spell birthday right, much less the name!

And last, but not least...

Have a great week, and link up with Stacy for some random fun!

Sunday Synopsis

The Swap (Nicole Graves Mysteries, #1)The Swap by Nancy Boyarsky
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Nicole Graves and her husband Brad agree to swap homes with a couple since Brad will be working in London for the summer, and the English couple will be travelling to L. A. Naturally, things do not go as planned. Someone is watching Nicole, and Brad is "watching" his assistant Brenda. The London couple never show up in L. A. Nicole realizes she is being followed by two flunkies who she believes have mistaken her for the woman whose house she is now living in. Neither Brad nor the police, believe her story. Little by little, worse things begin to happen such as a car blowing up with the neighbor inside, and a kidnapping. Maybe Brad will believe her now, but he seems to be engrossed in his own financial mishaps. Hopefully, Brad's new "partners" won't turn on him, and hopefully, the flunkies won't find Nicole.

The thing about this book is that it was so unreal that I kept expecting Sheldon Cooper to pop out of the book and yell, "Bazinga!" I seriously thought the writing was so poorly done that maybe the author meant it to be that way, like a Kill-Bill-type situation that you can't really take seriously.

It was just "OK," so I doubt I will read anything else in the series, or even anything by this author. But if you like Kill-Bill-ish type stories, melodramatic, unrealistic, lacking coherency, then you might like it if you take it for what it is.

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