Tag Archive: Florida

Unwanted visitor

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My Aunt Irma is coming to visit.   She’s planning on swooping in Sunday and staying until Monday, then she’s headed for Atlanta. No one wants her.  She rains devastation everywhere she travels.… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Weather or not

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According to the forecast, the high in North Florida for today is supposed to be 79, and it’s not going to hit 90 for the next 10 days!!!! It’s like being in Canada… Continue reading

Cats, cold & creepy

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Other Brother Coon Cat, aka, “Sandy Paws,” is exploring.  He’s leaving muddy little footprints all over my desk…and my nightgown.  Coon cats are strange that way — they can sit out in the… Continue reading

#Caturday : Florida Winter Cat accessory

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Human wearing thick socks with her flip-flops.   A great way to warm the feline butt.

#amwriting 99 word #writing prompt: The art of being cozy.

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“December 29, 2016 Prompt:  In 99 words (no more, no less) write a cozy story. What is it to be cozy, to experience Danish hygge? It doesn’t need to be culture-specific, but it… Continue reading

Florida Freezing Friday #Humor #Rant

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It’s presently noon on Friday and 53F degrees in Florida.  The low tonight will be around 36.  I spent an hour in that weather this morning and my feet are still freezing. If… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday: A hurricane is coming

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Things about human nature that mystify me. Zoning, mail, and left lane drivers.

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(This was originally posted in October 2012,  a month after I started blogging.  I added a few pictures and a couple of videos just for fun). <_><_><_><_><_><_> I’ll start with Zoning, since that’s… Continue reading

Things that make me go, “Why?”

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Things that belong under the heading of, “Why?” In public restrooms:  Why do hand driers in Florida spin out hot air while hand driers in Minnesota blast out cold air?  In Florida offices:  Why… Continue reading

A little fall humor

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  I was freezing this morning and the heater is on as I write this combination haiku and tourist bulletin at 7pm.   Hard to believe it’s 60 degrees, but cold waves do… Continue reading