I knew I’m late, but here’s my SkyWatch photos for this week:
These were taken while me and my son were dropping off donations for his Scout Troop’s annual Rummage Sale. The pictures are actually in reverse order. The top one was taken just as the lights were coming on.
WordPress: Discovery – AnimalsShe finds the most interesting places to rest…. The really interesting (not shown here) was when she decided to climb into a partly open dresser drawer – on the top row – for a nap.
Outside the home, I think the most fun to watch are the little lizzards that scury around (geckos, maybe). We get little rabbits around here too – small jack rabbits, I think and mice. Unfortunately, Meehah seems to like to bring her catches in as a “gift” — ughhh.
Honestly, Can’t say that’s much of a detterent…. A hundred dollars for using a handicapped parking spot for your own conveniences and taking away from someone who really needs it…
Even more irritating – Seeing a vehicle with disability placard parked in hashtagged access aisle. I mean they really SHOULD know better.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 680 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 11 trips to carry that many people.
*HeadDesk* *HeadDesk* *HeadDesk*
So, to buy test strips for hubby’s existing blood meter would cost near $100 because insurance won’t cover that particular brand. Don’t think they’ll pay for another meter….. So we would have to find out what brands they do cover and buy a meter that matches – whatever that would end up costing. Meanwhile, we have a perfectly good meter that we can’t get strips for…
But hey, that’s what you get when you’re disabled and on “public dole” — in other words your a worthless peace of slime that should curl up & die somewhere.