"Fair winds and following seas, ma'am"
Cute!It is all in the attitude, isn't it? I hope you do have a great day!
I know what you mean... I freakin hate my boss and all the people I work with.*self employed, works by himself*:-)Have a good one Sunny!
Sunny, I want to brighten your day by thanking you for your comment on my blog today about the church. You actually gave me an idea for my next post...a different church but still part of it's landscape.Thanks for the idea...Dan
Same goes with, "How are you today?" "Fine." I usually answer this way thinking, "I'm still standing upright and breathing. So it's a fine day." Thanks for the laugh with your little stickie post.
p.s. in your REACTIONS ditty, you must add a "funny" choice. this one was definately "funny."
Okay, any sort of cartoon that involves chickens rock.Secondly, here's hoping for a happier chicken.
Sunny - Thanks for the "Happy Birthday" message on my blog. I can't believe that you remembered!
Beth, it's cute, indeed.Cowguy, I wish I were in your cowboy boots!Dan, thank you fr the kind words. It is such an honour to be your inspiration.phd in yogurtry, well it wasn't me who created these funny chickens :)Muppet Soul, the hope is out there... somewhere :)Reinvent Dad, you're welcome. Birthdays are to get a birthday boy surprised, right?
At the moment, when people ask how I am, I say, "I ain't been shot or blown up. It's a great day!"I recently added, "or been a car crash." A couple guys on my team had that happen early one morning a couple weeks ago as we drove through Kabul. No street lights and many cars without lights. They hit one such vehicle. Luckily no serious injuries, but the message was there.In Kabul the car crash is the most likely scenario.
J. L. Krueger, yes, I remember your post about the traffic. The the drivers руку are as crazy as on your side of the world :) So "hit & run" is a perfect scenario indeed
Hope your weekend is wonderful Sunny!
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