Saturday, November 4, 2017

My Real Job


Meet Liz. She has been residing with me, as my best pal, for almost three years. She sleeps on a king size bed when she isn't being groomed, fed, petted or  pampered. This beats living and sleeping in a drafty, cold barn where she had to compete for her daily food. The vet and I figure she's 19 years old. 

My real job takes on many descriptions. I used to be the Queen around here, then I got demoted to Princess. As time went on I now have the title of scullery maid and doorman...oops I mean door woman (must be politically correct you know). Lizzy rules the roost. She's a retired mouser, and barn cat. I'm still working so I can give Liz the life she deserves. I love my animals. It's the way I roll.   

Friday, November 3, 2017

When One Is Not Enough

Image result for picture of bag of potato chips

I'm a health food freak. I also love potato chips. Your right, the two are at opposite ends of the spectrum. There is something about those crispy, salty chips that make me feel happy. It's probably a throw back to my fun times as a child when those tasty taters were a special treat each time I cleaned my room (which wasn't very often) or was on good behavior ( which also wasn't very often).

Lay's classic potato chips are my favorite, which is why I had to post a picture of this crunchy, snappy fun food. The only problem is they make my jeans shrink. Guess I'll have to go for a longer walk today.

Monday, October 9, 2017

Silver City Sadie and the Spiritual Connection

Silver City Sadie

I love my horse for many reasons. Most importantly she keeps me sane and balanced, and is a spiritual connection to something far greater than mankind; powerful and magnificent, yet sweet and gentle. Always grateful she is in my life.   

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Reality Check Time

Hillary's pool.

Donald's pool.
Pam's pool.

Time for a reality check folks!

My slogan: Make America Real, Again!  

Monday, December 7, 2015

Think Before You Speak

Before the general public starts shooting off their mouth about Muslims, take a close look at this headstone.

Just remember some Muslims died defending your right to say hateful and ignorant things about them. This soldier was only 20. (Taken from Ashton Elijah's brilliant photo and quote.)

Think before you speak.