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Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Wordless Wednesday and More

HaHaHa! Maybe he should pass go and just say "I Triple Dog Darn you!". When we go to the zoo, which is sad, because it has been closed lately, I love to see the camels and say "Say it Mike, c'mon, Say it!" They always look like they are tired of people saying that to them! Wordless Wednesday
My cousin, the Sheriff's Deputy, posted this one. She is one crazy BoJon.
I'm going to need these jumbo rollers for my hair if I can't get a haircut soon! But hopefully the garden will be plentiful.
You constantly hear people saying PPE - personal protective equipment. It is a catch word, fashionable to toss around. I would rather toss around RPP : Rejoice, Patience, Persistence. I have never been much of a follower. I listened to my dad when he would say things like, "If all your friends were jumping off a tall building, were you planning to join them?" Nope, Nada, No Thank You! I have never been one to follow the crowd. Grateful still to have some individuality left! I will walk away before I go along with the crowd. I am grateful my parents taught me well.
Here is a boy who always has something to say. He will often ask me when we plan to get the Barbie's out of the garage with all their furniture? Soon, I hope, very soon.
He was once this tiny baby. Where does time go?
Time flies away! Eight years ago today our first college graduate, Jeremy,  graduated from Metro State College. One year later his sister Rebekah, graduated from Metro State University.  In a year's time the college became a university. Time. Grateful they both received their degrees. I Know how hard they worked.
When I was younger my mom watched a daytime soap opera, it featured the sands of time. HaHaHa! I have no desire to watch soap operas. A friend I worked with ages ago fixed me up with her friend. He took his lunch hour to rush home and watch some soapy soap opera. We parted ways. It was easy, we had nothing in common.
To all the graduates who will miss out on their well deserved graduation day follow your own path.  Time moves quickly so blaze a new trail.


Sandee said...

I need a haircut too. I'm so shaggy looking and so is hubby. We've missed two appointments and the first Thursday in June will be the third appointment we're probably not going to get to go to.

Soap operas. My mom was hooked and if you went to her house during her favorite soap opera you had to be quiet until it was over. You could watch that show twice a year and still be up to date. Hate soap operas.

Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous day, Anne. Love and hugs. ♥

Brian said...

Those were cute funnies. It seems like real life is a soap opera these days with politicians i the lead roles.

Mevely317 said...

That meme is hysterical! Poor camel looks like someone tried shaving his back … yikes! So true about time flying. Why I remember when Nick was about to start college. What a journey … and thanks so much for taking us along for the ride!

Edna B said...

Today's graduates may have missed out on some of the parties and fun, but look at the memories they now have! Graduating isn't about the parties anyway, it's about your learning achievements. Folks can be proud of themseelves if they graduate. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

pilch92 said...

Great bunch of funnies. And such adorable grandkids.XO

messymimi said...

Thanks for the laughs!

Detak detik said...

I love the camel, lol!