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Apr 29, 2010

WAIT...I THINK YOU MADE A MISTAKE

I am not very comfortable doing math. I need paper and pencil and can't do it in my head. I really don't like it.

Now I don't know what this says or what it means but it really worries me that it is something very important like what is keeping the planes in the sky or the world spinning on its axis and if there is one little dot or digit that is misplaced then we are in big trouble.

Really...what the heck does this mean and how does a class pay attention long enough to see if it is right or wrong or to learn how to do this.
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Apr 24, 2010

SUNDAY FAVORITES - SHAME ON ME

Chari at Happy to Design is waiting for us to come by and enjoy all the Sunday Favorite posts. This is where you repost an old post and take the day off.
Make sure you wish her a Happy Birthday for Sunday Favorites. 52 weeks of hosting us for this fun meme and she is having a great giveaway.
 I first posted this on July 30, 2009 which was actually was my wedding anniversary. Now I am even more ashamed.
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I have added the picture because of all the whining from my commenters on that post originally. Gosh I thought I was a dirty old woman.
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I have a confession to make. It may shock you and make you turn away from my blog forever. I will be sorry to lose you but I can't help it. Are you ready for this confession?

I am a dirty old woman.
There I said it out loud. I am hanging my head in shame.

While driving through a nearby city today traffic slowed to a crawl due to road construction. At least I thought that was why but I soon saw what was really slowing everyone down.
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Some of the work crew were working without their shirts on and I thought I would drive off the road. These 20 something young men were so incredibly muscular and tanned I thought there might be cameras around doing a photo shoot.
They were shoveling and flexing, pushing asphalt and flexing,
climbing onto equipment and flexing.
It was only sheer luck that stopped me from rear ending the vehicle in front of me.
At this point I should mention that I will be away from my blog for a while because I am going on the road to follow the crew. I will try to get pictures as they work their way through the summer construction. Do you think the city would give me a copy of the work orders so I can get a good parking spot in the vicinity?

DISCLAIMER: IF YOU HAVE A HOT, MUSCULAR SON IN THE CONSTRUCTION FIELD PLEASE ACCEPT MY APOLOGIES.
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Apr 21, 2010

NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT - TABLESCAPE THURSDAY

Susan @ Between Naps on the Porch hosts us for these Tablescape Thursday delights. Stop in and let her know you have been by.


For this Tablescape Thursday I am posting something rather different. It does include a tablescape but not one that I did. Enjoy and thanks for stopping by. Make sure you check out the other gorgeous tables out there. They do inspire one to set a better table.


NOW DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME AND THAT MEANS YOU BILL!!!

A GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR IS OFTEN INHERITED

(Thought this was pretty funny. I don't know who wrote it but it wasn't me.) 

Dear Dad,

     $chool i$ really great.  I am making lot$ of friend$ and $tudying very
hard.  With all my $tuff, I $imply can't think of anything I need, $o if you
would like, you can ju$t $end me a card, a$ I would love to hear from you.

     Love,
     Your $on.
     
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Dear Son,

     I kNOw that astroNOmy, ecoNOmics, and oceaNOgraphy are eNOugh to keep
even an hoNOr student busy.  Do NOt forget that the pursuit of kNOwledge is
a NOble task, and you can never study eNOugh.

     Love,
     Dad


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Apr 19, 2010

A MOUSE TALE OR TAIL - YOU DECIDE - 3 OR MORE TUESDAYS

I am joining in with Tam at The Gypsy's Corner for Three or More Tuesday.
Join us for many interesting posts.
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While I was visiting over at The Boogie Man Is My Friend her post reminded me of a story from a long time ago.

One of my sons wanted to have some pet mice. I am only afraid of snakes so a couple rodents were not going to bother me at all. I think they are cute. I just told him that they had to both be females. No problem he assured me.

There we were with a little cage, a water bottle, a food dish and some bedding for them. Funny thing about mice. The more you clean their cages the more they pee and smell it up again. Marking their territory I guess.
Apparently my son was not very adept at finding out the sex of mice. Granted the genitals of a mouse must have been pretty small but really son....there is a difference.

So of course the non-male of the two ended up pregnant very quickly. I was pretty annoyed but just like with our kids we had to deal with it. They would be given up to the pet shop for adoption. All 8 of the little jelly bean shaped babies.

I knew we would have to move the daddy mouse out of the cage into his own abode because they will eat the babies. Plus I was pretty sure that he would be back up to his antics with the Missus pretty quickly. A quick call to the pet shop to find out roughly how long we had before she was in a family way again.

I was sooooo delighted to find out that she could be pregnant as little as 4 or 5 hours after she gave birth. She was once again pregnant with her little jelly bean babies this time producing 10 babies.

The race was on. Get the older babies away from the younger babies before they kill them. Keep the brothers and sisters separated before they become pregnant. Keep those older babies away from the daddy mouse before he kills them or impregnates them and someone calls mouse CPS. I think we were up to 4 cages by then.

Finally the first babies were old enough to go to the pet store. Bye, bye. Have a good life (yes I know who they feed them to). A couple weeks later it was time for the next batch to go. I was in the car waiting and my son ran in to get the babies in a box. 
"Did you get them all?" 
"Yup"
"10 of them right"
"Yup" 
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Off we go to the pet store with Mommy mouse and Daddy mouse too. No more mice for us. 
Fast forward to the following week when we came in one evening. Why is the cat acting so strangely? Why is the cat trying to get under the chair? Of course one of the jelly bean babies managed to squeeze through the bars of the cage at a very young age and also managed to live undetected in our home with a big old cat for almost a week. He would have come up two flights of stairs. 

The chase was on. We cornered him in one of the bedrooms after taking chase all over the house. I grabbed him finally and he bit me good and hard. I don't let go when I am being bitten...that is another story...so into the cage the somewhat bigger mouse went.

The next day my son let him go into the greenbelt next door to us. Finally free of mice we turn to go into the house when the cat ran by us into the house with the mouse in his mouth. Back up a few sentences here to where we are chasing a mouse through the house...this time we took him to the pet store. At least I think it was a "him" but you know how hard it is to tell what sex a mouse is.


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Apr 18, 2010

BLOG RECOMMENDATION - ANGIE'S PHOTOGRAPHS

I was contacted today by a Canadian blogger who wanted one of my Canadian Blogger flags for her site. Of course I had to go by and have a look at her blog proudly waving the Canadian Flag.
I can't say enough good things about Angie's Photographs.
You have to go by and see the picture of Edward on her sidebar. I am in love, completely in love with him.
My other favorite is the one at the very bottom of her blog of MacPherson's Mills.
What? Are you still here? Go, go my little blog friends, go and see what she has there. Oh wait, make sure you come back and tell me how right I was.
Thanks

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Apr 17, 2010

SUNDAY FAVORITES - WELL THAT EXPLAINS EVERYTHING

Chari is having all of us over to her place, Happy to Design, for Sunday Favorites where we show you a post from the past.

Pot de chambre 2Image via Wikipedia
Okay I have no idea if this stuff is true but I thought it was an interesting piece.

They used to use urine to tan animal skins, so families used to all pee in a pot & then once a day it was taken & sold to the tannery.......if you had to do this to survive you were "Piss Poor"
But worse than that were the really poor folk who couldn’t even afford to buy a pot......they "didn’t have a pot to piss in" & were the lowest of the low

Sometimes in the old days, they could obtain pork, which made them feel quite special. When
Bacon frying in bacon grease.Image via Wikipedia
visitors came over, they would hang up their bacon to show off. It was a sign of wealth that a man could, "bring home the bacon." They would cut off a little to share with guests and would all sit around and chew the fat.

Bread was divided according to status. Workers
BreadImage by ulterior epicure via Flickr
got the burnt bottom of the loaf, the family got the middle, and guests got the top, or the upper crust.

Lead cups were used to drink ale or whisky... The combination would sometimes knock the imbibers out for a couple of days. Someone walking along the road would take them for dead and prepare them for burial.
TankardImage by rpongsaj via Flickr
They were laid out on the kitchen table for a couple of days and the family would gather around and eat and drink and wait and see if they would wake up. Hence the custom of holding a wake.



England is old and small and the local folks started running out of places to bury people. So they would dig up coffins and would take the bones to a bone-house, and reuse the grave. When
The World Peace Bell in Kentucky.Image via Wikipedia
reopening these coffins, 1 out of 25 coffins were found to have scratch marks on the inside and they realized they had been burying people alive. So they would tie a string on the wrist of the corpse, lead it through the coffin and up through the ground and tie it to a bell. Someone would have to sit out in the graveyard all night (the graveyard shift.) to listen for the bell; thus,someone could be, saved by the bell or was considered a dead ringer...


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Apr 16, 2010

FOODIE FRIDAY - PORK ROAST

For Foodie Friday this week at Designs by Gollum I am showing my Pork Roast from Sunday. Stop in to see the others after your visit here. Go in hungry and the other posts will drive you wild.

This the pork roast that I bought at Lepp Farm Market. Have a look at that post while I wait here. No, no it's okay we will wait for you. I know!! I told you that you should have a look.

This roast is hormone free and not full of antibiotics either. Good home grown hogs. I sprinkle the potatoes with rosemary, paprika, salt and pepper and did the same with the roast.
Just look at those crispy potatoes. My favorite.

We ate this for a couple of nights. What a treat to come home to after work. Thanks for visiting. Please leave a comment so I can get back to you and visit your site too.

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Apr 15, 2010

HAM RADIO - THE OLD PEOPLES TWITTER

 
 
 We were talking at coffee the other day about ham radios when one of the "younger" people asked what they were. We tried explaining the whole thing. How in the "olden days" they even asked if you had a ham radio in your house as one of the census questions.  That you could make one from a kit.

We told him that you could tell the houses that had them because of the tall antennas on the roof. You could tell if they had them in their cars by their license plates that are different. He still had a look on his face of puzzlement. Why would someone have one? What for.

We discussed how they could talk to people all over the world. Blank stare. Crickets chirping.

Finally I said that it is Twitter for old school people. Ah yes, something he could understand. They are using a box of some sort filled with electronics to talk to people from other places.

What a great idea. Maybe we could call it something else...like a computer.


Apr 11, 2010

COLOR IN MY APRIL GARDEN


Two of my favorite days of the week are Mosaic Monday and Outdoor Wednesday. They are perfect for each other. I am joining in with Mary at Little Red House for Mosaic Monday and with Susan at A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday.
Both of these memes are so popular and you will struggle to find the time to visit even one quarter of the participants. I am glad you visited me.

These photos are all from my garden today, April 11th, 2010. It has warm and sunny and I love it.
From left to right we have a rhododendron, corydalis, forget me not, red tulip, purple tulip, white tulip, muscari, snow in summer, euonymous, euphorbia, ajuga, yellow alyssum, a different euonymous, euphorbia and two repeats. Doh! Thanks to Michele from We're All Relative for noticing my mix up with my euphorbia. She is a landscape designer and as she puts it "a genealogy sleuth".


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Apr 10, 2010

SUNDAY FAVORITES - A TRIP TO VANCOUVER ISLAND


Sunday Favorites time over at Chari's at Happy to Design. Stop in and say hey. She always has the best stuff going on over there.

This post was from last summer. June I think. It was a great time. 
Swartz Bay Ferry Termial
I had the opportunity to go to Vancouver Island with my BB guy who had to make the trek for work. The ferries are an inconvenience at best for the people who live here, an expensive one at that. When you are a tourist it can be a beautiful trip full of eagles, whales, dolphins, mountains and ocean. After you have done the trip many times over the years you dread the awful food(depending on whether or not the dining room is open), the sometimes half day lineups, the expense and the crowds. On the way over I didn't even take any pictures because it was a gray, rainy day. On the way home we did get to appreciate the touristy side of the trip because it was a beautiful day.

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We had made a reservation, for a fee, to get on the 4:00 sailing back to the mainland. This saved us from perhaps missing a sailing and having to wait for the next one. It is a 2 1/2 hour ride so it does get quite late before you get home.This wasn't the ideal situation because it meant we had to cut our lunch and visit with my mother in law short to get to the boat by 3:30 check in for reservations. We had wanted a later sailing but they were already reserved. Remember this was the first Friday since school let out and we have a national holiday coming up on July 1 in Canada. The scenery is spectacular for sure. We sat outside for most of the trip but a jacket was necessary for me. The sun was warm but the wind out on the open ocean is really strong and cold. The pleasure boats were out everywhere and the float planes were landing at the waterfront home all along the way. Now that would be a fabulous commute home from work wouldn't it? Note: the photos of the whale was not taken by me. It is from wikepedia. This is one of the best whale watching areas in the world and it is not unusual to see these magnificent animals on you ferry crossing. I didn't want you to miss out on them.



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