Saturday, September 9, 2017

MEANWHILE HERE IN THE NEW HOOD

FIRST FULL MOON
HERE IN THE NEW HOOD


LABOR DAY
WITH FAMILY


ON BEAUTIFUL
LAKE D'ARBONNE



YOU SEE
ALL KINDS
OF CRAZY
VARMINTS
IN THE NEW HOOD


FINALLY TOOK THE TIME
FOR A WALK
THROUGH THE WOODS
IN THIS GEM


TO CELEBRATE
THE LOW TEMPERATURE
FINALLY GETTING IN
THE 50'S
A POT OF LULU'S CHILI


SURE DO
MISS
THE LITTLE PEOPLE


AFTER TWO FULL WEEKS
BEGINNING TO
SETTLE INTO
 THE NEW HOOD

4 comments:

  1. I sure love that varmint, smiles. I am so glad you are settling in...smiles---have a beautiful day friend.

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  2. We had a full moon recently. Now here's a question. When you have a full moon in your country does everyone else in the world have a full moon or do they have a partial moon from where they are looking. Say for instance someone living in the Southern hemisphere, whilst you in Louisiana have a full moon. Does someone in Australia or China have a full moon? Speaking of which, or of whom, (I am not good at gramma). Did you know that the Great Wall of China is so big that you can see the moon from there? I saw a full moon from the supermarket car park the other day. A woman was loading her shopping in the boot of her car and the wind blew up her skirt sky high and she was wearing no underwear. Why do some women not wear underwear?

    Did you know my ancestor's motto, (Sir Richard the Lion Liver), was:

    SEMPER UBI SUB UBI

    You can read about him here: http://timeforreflections.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/richard-who.html

    God bless.

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    1. My Saturday laugh, Victor! I have read Sir Richard before. We ALL have our crazy relatives. Here in the South, we don't stuff them in a closet, we sit them on the front porch for all to enjoy!
      Blessings, My Friend!

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