You had me fooled on some of these! :)Martha B.
bwah! i was definitely tilting my head at a few of these!
How about the large percentage of the U.S. population living happily within the 100 year flood plain?And then they whine and cry and expect their government to "save" them when the water is up to their attic.
martha & jendita ~ glad y'all got a lil kick out of these! ;o)btw, i'm finally starting to emerge from my exile to intense workland, so i should be able to participate more in blogland. yay!alex ~ darlin', might i recommend a pitcher of sangria? bewilderment towards idiots is easy to succumb to, but life is just too short. why not get a good giggle instead & sip some more fruity-vino goodness? i'll happily keep your glass full. ;o)
I got all the way to #5 before realizing something was up. So gullible.
Ha ha! Clever, reckless, fun!
I love this post! It strikes me as so you - a mix of witty, humorous, and full of beauty. Of course, I don't really know, but that is how I would describe you at this point. I am so glad you found me; so glad I found you. Thank you for your kind comments. You have made my day. My daughter's, too. I wish I had a picture to send you of her smile when I read her what we both wrote about her. Thank you again. I'll be back soon.
dear diana ~ to be a bit gullible is a nice thing....it is so charming. and you certainly are charming in every way. but some of these are real structures, not just jokes.tara ~ you just described a guilty pleasure of mine! tee hee!
hi relyn & welcome to my swellspring! your complimentary sweetness is always welcome here. ;o)i'm really enjoying your fascinating blog & am so happy to hear of your daughter's appreciation.xo!
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