Friday, December 30, 2016


Good Morning,
I am a creature of habit when it comes to smartphones, computers and tablets.  I use my smartphone for texting, grocery list and calling folks; I use my tablet to read local news and read my eBooks; I use my laptop to do artwork, blog, write and surf Face Book and Google News, Wiki  news and statements; I use all to look up things depending on where I am and what tool is available. I take my tablet everywhere as I like to read at dinner and lunch (there is a story there that you do not want to hear). I take my smartphone as it is great if you are lost or need to text. I would rather text that talk as I stutter. 
I noticed that my family would rather text that talk. (texting does not raise your blood pressure).

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Family Dinner

Good Morning,
Mom cooked the Turkey in her new stove yesterday and by far it was the best turkey I have ever had; it just melted in your mouth with a wonderful taste. Our dinner was the best ever. We could not stop Talon from going back for more turkey; we finally had to get the wheel barrow and haul everyone into the living room.
I ate too must and got sick last night; I am fine this morning.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Good Morning,
I had to put Johnny and his Girlfriend out side last night. Johnny decided to mark our home as his domain; AAGH@#$%!!   PHISST Spray with Can to Eliminate the odor.
So we have an orange cat outdoors, a small gray fluffy kitten, Chewie and Johnny outside. Two white cats indoors.
I am litening to "Victory at Sea" by Richard Rogers and Robert Russell Bennet.

Sunday, December 25, 2016

Friday, December 23, 2016

Good Morning George

Good Morning,

My inner self is back to normal. I am reading John Grisham's  "The Testament" at the moment. It is a eBook that I have on my Tablet.
The cats (all four) come in at 4:30 AM and sit under the table and wait for mom, knowing that she will feed them wet cat food and treats. Cat Chow is OK but the wet and the treats are something to wait for. Two cats went back outside and to cats stayed in.
George is gone. He left about the 15th of December.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Under the Weather

Good Morning,
I felt bad yesterday as I drank something the night before that I thought might be bad and sure enough is caused me to throw up and have a bad case of the runs to the bathroom yesterday. I feel much better this morning and I do not remember what I drank that caused the problem other than it was on the table all day and I knew that it might cause a problem; normally I do not have problems doing that but this time it rang a bell that kept ringing all day.
I had cleaned half of the kitchen floor the day before; mom had watered the plants that we brought inside and a colony of ants came out of the plant and onto the kitchen floor; what a mess of water and ants. I had to move everything away from the garage side of the kitchen and clean up the ants and scrub the floor. I will get some flower spikes that kills ants.

Monday, December 19, 2016

The Everly Brothers ; Platinum Collection

The Everly Brothers—Isaac Donald "Don" Everly (born February 1, 1937) and Phillip "Phil" Everly (January 19, 1939 -- January 3, 2014)—were American country-influenced rock and roll singers, known for steel-string guitar playing and close harmony singing. The duo was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2005.

Tracks Ordering:
1. Let it Be Me
2. All I have To Do Is Dream
3. Devoted To You
4. Crying In The Rain
5. Cathy's Clown
6. Bye Bye Love
7. When Will I Be Loved
8. ('Till) I Kissed You
9. Problems
10. Be-Bop-A-Lula
11. Ebony Eyes
12. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
13. Like Strangers
14. Roving Gambler 
15. Take A Message To Mary
16. Walk Right Back
17. Wake Up Little Susies
18. Lucille
19. That's Old Fationed (That's The Way Love Should Be)
20. Muskrat

Unawareness ""

Good Morning,
I seem to putting my feelings on Face Book when they should be here. I am listening to the Everly Brothers.
I have Ideas on how folks should behave and I posted them in my Tomas Muse. I have writing everywhere, On my hard drive, twitter, here on this blog and other blogs. It would take years to gather them up. Most will be lost to "Unawareness" The condition of being uninformed or unaware: ignorance, innocence, nescience, obliviousness, unconsciousness, unfamiliarity of where I have posted writings or muse.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Bad Storms

Good Afternoon,
I am watching football plus Kentucky will play later on today. I have no clue as to how much rain we had but i am sure it was a lot. I will go out there tomorrow and see; I will have to bring it in to thaw out before an observation. I will then put it back outside nice and dry. It was spooky yesterday as a lot of folks say small tornadoes in the area.

Friday, December 16, 2016

My Head is Dry

Good Morning,
It is 18 degrees here this morning; the indoor humidity is only 30% which is extremely low I am going to put a pot of water on the stove.

One Half Hour later:
The humidity is up to 40%

Sometime this week we lost George our cat. We have no clue as to what happened to him but it was not a cat fight.

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Feeling Good

I ate too much yesterday and I paid dearly for that. I had heart burn that just about locked me up; I had to stand up and just wait it out as the gases did their thing. I mentally have to stop eating after 2:00 PM that gives my body 12 hours to calm down and deal the acid and gases.

This Reminds Me of a Three Card Monty Play

Good Morning,
We got a new safe and it has text message lock on it. You sign in at their website on your phone and they send you a text message number to open the safe. So you need a log in name and a password number to their website and they will text you a number to use to open the safe. If you are not on the Internet then they send you a key and telephone number to call.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Good Morning

Good Morning is a nice salutation; so I say it every morning; A long time ago somebody thought the way I do and said good morning; folks that wrote courtesy books added good morning as a listing with an explanation as when to use it and when not to.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Merry Christmas

White Elephant Exchange

Good Morning,

Mom and I went to the Majestic Steak House in Benton yesterday at an annual Christmas Party. It was fun and we exchanged gifts. We would of had a Christmas Bingo but the room we had asked for was taken by an auction house. We did exchange gifts using this poem below.
Everyone got a number either by numbers in a hat or just count off as seated. Once that is done then we read the poem below.
For 20 - 50 people:

1.                 Lucky you, you're #1, you get to start all the fun.
So grab a gift and grab it quick ‘cause you're the one who gets first pick.
2.                 Number 2 you're on the way. It's time for you to have your say. 
Get your gift and when you're done, swap it off with number 1.
3.                 Number 3 it’s plain to see. It's your turn to pick which gift 'twill be. 
And when your choosing job is through, swap with 1 and then with 2.
4.                 Number 4 must use your head. So grab a gift that has some red. If it doesn't suit you to a 'T', you may swap with 2 or 3.
5.                 Jump to it 5, don't drag your feet; take your gift back to your seat.
Wonder of wonders, it's yours for a spell, but what comes next, you can never tell.
6.                 Number 6 it's your time to go, grab a gift and don't be slow. 
Now put on a smile so they won't be sore, ‘cause you must swap with #4.
7.                 7’s a lucky number it seems, you choose a gift that has some green. 
Poke it, and shake it until you get back. Now trade with someone wearing black.
8.                 Number 8 its up to you, to get a gift that has some blue. 
Now go quietly to your place, or trade with someone with a smiling face.
9.                 Nine, we haven't forgotten you. So choose your gift and don't be blue. Consider well and when all is said, trade with someone wearing red.
10.            Number 10 come to the front, for yours you shouldn't have to hunt.  Now hurry back and look alive, for you get to swap with #5.
11.            Your turn 11 is finally here, pick a gift and hold it near.  Back at your seat look both ways, if your choice was right then it may stay.
12.            Number 12 jump to it sir/girl, make your choice with a whirl. 
Now glance around to see who's where, and swap with whoever’s got the darkest hair.
13.            Well now, what do you know, it's finally 13's turn to go. 
There you go, you're doing fine, now swap with 3 or 6 or 9.
14.            Number 14 it's your turn to shine, so find a gift and don't you pine. Somewhere you really have a friend, you get to trade with number 10.
15.            Number 15 how do you do? There should be a fit up there for you.  
So pick one out without delay, and trade with someone wearing gray.
16.            Number 16 your patience is great, go get a gift and don't be late. 
When you return, spin around and switch with someone wearing brown.
17.            17 your choice is here, find a box and hold it near. 
When you return and look behind, swap with 11 if you don't mind.
18.            Number 18 boogie to the tree, choose the largest gift you see.
Admire it well, then turn with a wink and swap with someone wearing pink.
19.            Now #19, do as you're told, find a gift which has some gold. 
When you've chosen we must be fair, trade with whoever has the blondest hair.
20.            Number 20 how patiently you've waited, go get a gift before it's outdated. Shake it a bit and look around the floor, swap it with someone whose five feet four.
21.            21 it's time for fun for swapping time has just begun. 
After trading with 4 and 9 swap with two even numbers--That's fine.
22.            22 it's time to make your way, get a gift that's pretty and gay. 
Now get ready to use your bean, you must swap with 8 and 14.
23.            23 your turn has come, choose your gift with a lithe hum. Look it over and when you're through, you may swap with a number having 2.
24.            Number 24 have you been bored? Well, we'd like to show you you're adored. So choose a box, see what you get, now you may trade with a brunette.
25.            Let's go 25, look alive, pick a gift of any size. 
Show the gang that you're O.K. and swap with anyone you say.
26.            It's time for 26 to mix, get a gift if just for kicks. 
For you're to trade, if you have the knack, with anyone whose shoes aren't black.
27.            Number 27 how lucky you are, you've seen all the gifts chosen so far.
If a pretty box catches your eye grab it, make a trade, and don't be shy.
28.            Hop up 28, don't drag your feet, study your gift as you reach your seat. Now grin a bit and smile some more, trade with 22, then 24.
29.            Number 29 you must wake up and run up there as spry as a pup. Make your choice, isn't this keen? But you must swap with 17.
30.            Number 30 your wait was long, but when we're through you'll sing a song. Just look them over from small to large. See a favorite? Then forward charge!
31.            Number 31, how about that? On your chair so long you've sat. But get a gift, it's not too late and trade with 30, 20, and 8.
32.            O.K. 32, jump up quick and snatch your prize.
Then trade with the person with the bluest eyes.
33.            Well 33 it's here at last, you may now break your giftless fast.
Gaze around at all the lasses, trade with someone wearing glasses.
34.            34, can there be more? This poetry may be a bore.
Find your gift and look around, swap with the youngest member found.
35.            35, it is really true? That 34's rhymes now are through.
Well, choose your gift, now you see you trade with two numbers having 3.
36.            36 your waits been endless, but now you know that you're not friendless.   
Look around and "case the scene", then swap with someone wearing green.
37.            37 the end is near, but have a gift, and never fear.  Now let's shake up the early ones, like 7, trade with odd numbers through 11.
38.            38, it's your choosing time. Please make it better than this rhyme.
When you have it, look around and trade with those from out of town.
39.            39, go to the tree, choose the smallest gift you see.
If you wish to make a trade, find the largest that was made.
40.            39's turn is finally past; its number 40's turn at last. Find your gift and make a date to swap with #38.
41.            41 are you still awake? Go get a gift for heaven's sake.
Pick it up nice and quick, then trade with numbers having six.
42.            Guess whose turn has come up now. 42, please take a bow. Choose your gift, isn't it keen, now trade with 15 and 19.
43.            Oh my goodness it's getting late, 43 let's see your fate. Go get yours, sakes alive, you have to trade with 25.
44.            On we go to 44, there must be at least one more.
Take your pick, are you in heaven? Alas, you'll swap with 27.
45.            45, it's time for you to guess what it is you have to do.
Trade with 28, then 29. Now you can say, "This one is mine!"
46.            Skip on over 46, time for you to stir and mix.
Make your choice and then connive, to swap with #35.
47.            47, we're now to you, there's a gift for you there, too. Isn't this a lot of fun? Now trade with 40, then 41.
48.            48, there's not much left; still we won't leave you bereft.
Maybe you'll choose an old, rare wine. Would you like to swap with 39?
49.            49, are your eyes still open? Are you sitting there just hopin'?  Trot on up, to find your fate, then trade with number 48.

50.            We'll wrap this up with #50. We bet what's left is really nifty. However, one last swap is due, with the gal whose sitting left of you.