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Wednesday's Words on a Friday

Thursday Thoughts # 69

from No Substitute for Murder by Carolyn J Rose

" A small dog gets up everyday with just one thought on his mind," my vet had cautioned. "And that thought is 'I will bend you to my will.'"

Small dogs must think they are cats (*~*)

Today's Thoughts:

I had a thought a while ago, (don't know where it came from, but there it was in my head), that I should try a cream cheese&chopped raisins spread on my bread. 

So I bought spreadable cream cheese and a packet of raisins and a new loaf of rye bread, chopped some raisins, mixed them into about a tablespoon of cream cheese and spread it over a slice of bread. 

And how was it?
Really, really awful.
I'll never listen to those thoughts again.

The cream cheese is pushed to the back of the fridge until I decide what to do with it.
The raisins will get chopped into the oats/dried fruits mix I cook as porridge for breakfast.


An article in our local free weekly paper bemoans the loss of some (most) of …

Whimsical Wednesday # 199

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

How sweet is this?
Huskies, now in 4-packs.

Monday Musings # 11

Let's begin with a few newspaper quotes:

"Birthdays are good for you, the more you have, the longer you live."
"A politician is a person who will double-cross that bridge when they get to it."
"got a free hour? don't fill it - just be in it." (my favourite)
T-shirt message: "the fact there's a Highway to Hell and only a Stairway to Heaven says a lot about anticipated traffic numbers."
Here's something to muse upon: In the opening scenes of The Blacklist (my favourite TV show), Raymond Reddington says to Elizabeth Keen, " you got rid of your highlights, you look a lot less Baltimore."

What exactly is this "Baltimore" look?
Do all girls/women in Baltimore have highlights in their hair?
Only those of a certain age? Those with a particular hairstyle?
What about other cities? or states? Is there a "look" the defines you? 
Can you travel to another part of the c…

movie marathon

I'm watching an old movie titled Raw Deal, with Arnold Schwarzenegger (playing an ex-FBI agent trying to get reinstated), chasing down a slew of mafia members or something. 
Not really paying attention, but I'll watch it again sometime and fill in the blanks.

Anyway, I've just seen Arnie drive an enormous tow truck right in through a pair of glass restaurant doors and continue on through the building. 

I really, really, wanted a waiter to be there, waiting for the truck to stop so he could say "table for one, sir?"

Sunday Selections # 247


Wednesday's Words on a Friday