Enable distraction-free writing mode, and everything surrounding the editor will fade away when you start typing. Move your mouse out of the editor to reveal everything again. Or you could move into a cave somewhere in The Sierra Nevada’s and eat granola bars until the drought is over. Flush hard, Bakersfield needs the water.
Oklahoma Indians are advertising their casino off the Interstate (Remember when they sat on the side of the road and sold you their trinkets? Those days are long gone). “Luck has no limits, a winner every seven seconds.” Is how the sign reads. So if this is true (which I sincerely doubt) why do we have all these expressions in our social vocabulary?
Leaving for awhile, y’all try and be nice to each other, we are heading out this morning to parts unknown and totally new adventures. Try not to kill each other in our absence, we will see you when we get back. Hammer Down, Hammer Down, six on the floor, the other one out the ______ door … Hammer Down.
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It has been a regular barn burner of a week here in the Heart-Land, lot of rain, wind and other tremendous examples of the power of nature. My week has been somewhat traumatic and fraught with problems, not A-typical as I would prefer.
Perhaps the only hope left is devine. Time to humble myself and ask for assistance. A woman’s prayer and then a man’s prayer may be the order of the day
Unregulated joy and fantasy this Monday morning. A new political endomorphic high for the rich has been proclaimed.
I got my refund on Saturday!
This phenomenon leads to a recently discovered social inter-reaction it is called Intaxication: Euphoria at getting a tax refund, which lasts until you realize it was your money to start with.
Let’s try this instead.
Oklahoma’s fickle weather spirit is again teasing us, kind of nice, trees are blooming, you can walk five feet, before sneezing. But we know that could change in an instant. Once again, Mother Nature is doing her best to lick us into shape. Putting forth her finest effort to make us ready or presentable, much like a mother bear or father bear with new cubs.
Spring! This is the time of the year when I put the lawn-chair furniture on the front porch and soak up the best parts of the day.
This morning I was out there early, real early, sitting in the still of the morning, before the sun had come up.