I like that story

No, I didn’t get my part.  Yes, it is supposed to be here on Monday afternoon.  YOU DANG SKIPPY that I got my donuts.  I bought a dozen fresh Daylight donuts.  I ate one.  Let some seniors eat some of them.  Then we had a bit of economics lesson on the last three.  It is called supply and demand.  I sold the first one for $3.  Then the next two brought a dollar each.  I bet that group of kids will remember that donut auction more than any lesson that they encounter in school.  Welcome to the real world.

I did learn something while at the donut shop.  That was the first day of school for Woodward.  And there was a high # of hot moms there with their kids.  If the Dragon Lady kicks me to the curb.  I now know where there is a target rich environment.  Of course, that only happens once a year.

I needed to make a mile or two looking for some wethers for kids.  But, I stayed near home.  I’m glad that I did.  We had a visitor here on Saturday morning.  He was just here to pick up a deal or two.  But, with all the rain and no wind, it was dang nice just sitting and BSing.  Plain, glazed donut awesome.

Then, the same thing happened Sunday evening with different people.  Just chill.  I am scared to say anything about our weather here in paradise.  We are as wet, green and wind free as I can EVER remember for a July and August.  I don’t have enough goats to keep the weeds ate down.

Grumpy Old Men is on and will be followed by Grumpier Old Men.  I love those movies.  They were so well made and so dang funny!

–“I find you disgusting.”     –“Well, just as long as you find me.”

Grandpa: Relax. Kids swallow quarters all the time.
Melanie: Really?
Grandpa: Sure. If she craps out two dimes and a nickel, then you can start worrying.

In both movies, they go fishing.  It is August of 2018 and I have yet to wet a line.  Things are going to have to change.


Grandpa: “Well let me tell you something now, Johnny. Last Thursday, I turned 95 years old. And I never exercised a day in my life. Every morning, I wake up, and I smoke a cigarette. And then I eat five strips of bacon. And for lunch, I eat a bacon sandwich. And for a midday snack?”
John: “Bacon.”
Grandpa: “Bacon! A whole damn plate! And I usually drink my dinner. Now according to all of them flat-belly experts, I should’ve took a dirt nap like thirty years ago. But each year comes and goes, and I’m still here. Ha! And they keep dyin’. You know? Sometimes I wonder if God forgot about me. Just goes to show you, huh?”

    Speaking of bacon, it is Blue & Gold sausage and bacon sales time.  I love that sausage and bacon.  If you don’t live in the right part of the world to get Blue & Gold sausage and bacon, then you need to hit me up and we will hook you up.  Good stuff. 

Google Burgess Meredith, Jack Lemmon and Walter Mathau.  Look at their film credits.  True legends of the screen.  Sophia Loren, Ann-Margaret and Darryl Hannah make these movies classics.

“No there ain’t no moral.  I like that story.  That’s all.  Like that story.”


“Speak for yourself!’

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