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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

I don't remember where I found this picture, but I think it's so cute. Just look how proud Mr. Rooster is, strutting across the rickety plank bridge, showing 'his ladies' how it's done. The ladies don't look so confident.
I think I found the above photo someplace on the internet. Grandma teaching the dance. Isn't it sweet?

Flu season is coming and here's a new invention to help with those miserable sniffles. I wonder if there is a waste basket strapped to her waist?

This old picture was taken around 1944. I was about five and loved this swing in my cousins back yard. I seldom used it as 'normal' kids do, but I twisted around and around until my feet wouldn't touch the ground any longer, then let it spin. I usually got so dizzy that the world continued to spin long after the swing stopped. Sometimes it made me nauseous but for some unknown reason I just kept doing it.

This was taken around three years ago when my little boy dog, Sir Toodles Tutley (Tudie) was just a little puppy. I set him in a patch of Candy Tuft and took his picture. He has a white flower petal by his eye, but I think he's just adorable.

I hope you are having a wonderful week!

God Bless



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