TBD on Ning

So here we are looking around, taking a peek... hanging out.

On some thread a bit ago, some one said how annoying the FB was with all the trivial updating goings on.

Personally, I don't think my daily updating is all that interesting but some times I really feel the need to share.  My kitties don't give a whit and the bird...well, he lives in his own world.  His updates would mostly involve "lived another day"..."got some of that shredded stuff again (cheese)"  etc.

Mostly, I have you fine folks to droll on about my meager existence and occasional moments of wonderful.


So, here you go...Keep it brief...mundane with a bit of intrigue.

Tags: adventures IRL, just livin', let's bug Bob

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Only if he's sittin' down with all four feet stretched out in front of him.

Spent much of my life around livestock....just don't see how it's possible.

Kinda like the ant eater snapping fingers????

Just saying.




I find that very interesting.


Can you tell if I'm lying?

I have an opened Dove bite on my keyboard.  It's been there for well over a week.  I sniff it every now and then.
That's some self restraint you got goin' there.
All this typing and hitting reply is wearing me out.  Nap time.

Even with the humidifier running it's dry here! Not plastic bag to the wall dry, but dry :-)


Clam Chowder For Lunch
I had tomato soup. No clam chowder for me, I'm allergic to shellfish.

No lobster??!!?? Ever??!!??

Shrimp? Crab? O, me, o, my!

So sorry to hear that...

I didn't become allergic until I was about 35. Went into anaphylactic shock after eating shrimp eggrolls. For about 15 years after that happened, once a year I would take a tiny bite of shrimp or labster, because I had heard thar people could "grow" out of allergies. But I had a small reaction every time. About 10 years ago, I told a DR what I had been doing. He told me that children sometimes out grow allergies, but that adults never do. He said the next time I tried my little experiment just might be my last day on earth. 





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