TBD on Ning

...The Ranch's answer to you -know - what - with no rules.

Go ahead...tell us what you're having for dinner - we can't wait! Got a cute pic of kitty peeking out of a paper bag? Post it! We live for that stuff!

Math addict? How about a refresher on the Pythagorean Theorem?

Like macaroni and cheese? Tell us why!

So even if you're not a writer or a poet (yet), there's still plenty of fun things to do at the Armadillo!

Oh baby, oh baby!

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Shhh...I'm bringing that up during the second interview...

Oooooh, Blue Ladies! It's almost enough to make me resurface ....

Not quite sure how I wound up ahead of Bmichael, but glad to be baaaaaa-aaaack.

Two days ago, I spent $1.68 /gal for gas.

That was a close one....today it's back up to $1.89 !


(Shakes his money maker in a one-man conga line around the room)

It's over 2 bucks in Sacramento

$2.15 for cash in upstate New York.

oh wow...I sure am glad that I don't live in NEW JERSEY   or NEW YORK on a day like this...aren't you Westerly?

(chuckle,,,giggle...snort...winks...bobble heads...yuks....grins...oh baby, oh baby!)

Why?  What's wrong with today in New York or New Jersey?  If you're talking about the blizzard, it hasn't happened yet.  Where I live in upstate NY, there is no snow forecast for days, and today it was a balmy 22°.

Hmmmm...B decides that Carol has cabin fever and is delusional. Calls 911.

Cabin fever?  Not on your tintype.  In fact, I just got back from a 2 ½ mile walk.  Since the sun has gone down, it's not quite as balmy -- currently 19°.  Unfortunately, my daughter lives in NYC and is not quite as lucky, but she still has power.

Here in the golden state, I got my darn shoes wet walking to the car! Rain, so I had to pull the hood up on the light nylon windbreaker I was forced to wear to battle the elements, grrr. Maybe there will actually be water running in the "creek " for which my favorite park was named, next time I look, instead of a dusty gulch. Some states have all the luck. Perhaps NY or NJ can export some of that wet stuff.

Wet shoes?


I know. Somehow, those of us suffering here in Happy Valley will recover and move on.




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