Senseless weekend sarcasm : The new norm
Dollar General had their usual coupons for $5 off $25 today — our favorite shopping tradition. I suppose if you have to shop during a pandemic it’s best to keep as many traditions as possible.
We were not the only ones compelled to shop there
People are learning how to horse around without going anywhere
People keep coming up with terrific ideas for things to do with kids, too.
Women are laughing their @$$e$ off at widdle men afraid of a widdle virus.
We women are not afraid. We’re simply cautious. We learned how to do this by avoiding spiders.
When you’re with your husband for too long, you find out how he really feels about you.
Unfortunately, he learned that line from me.
It’s a good thing both of us love dogs more than we like people, or one of us would be offended.
Below is a terribly abused dog.
I’ve been cooking a lot during the past few week, and telling my doggies how much I love them.
They’re beginning to look like this, but they’re happy.
Not everything in my house is loveable. The Tiny Terror allows me to pet him when he wants a treat. I’ve finally found a use for his attitude.
For a person who isn’t keen about hugging, the past month has been like a day in heaven.
With any luck, social distancing could become the new norm.
I’ve never been that lucky.
I’m thinking about getting a t-shirt and sweatshirt with this written on it:
I’ll probably have to get a 2 foot stick with a sharp end, so that when people try to shake my hand they get the point.
Now I know why cats have claws.