Monday Again Monday
Saying for the day: Old sayings never die .
It’s another “Leave a Comment Monday”. An idea so revolutionary that if it was to be accepted would revolutionize the internet. An idea that would lead to thousands of happy bloggers. An idea that could therefore make changes in communities all across the world. Why it might even be the first step to world peace. So start today and leave me a comment.
I bring to an end today my self appointed task of bringing old sayings into the internet world. After today you are on your own.:
1. Tough as an old comment
2. Turn away the weary blogger and your heart will turn to stone
3. Two comments are better than one
4. Uneasy lies the head that gets no comments
5. Useless as a blog with no comments
6. Variety is the spice of comments
7. Waiting for the other comment to come
8. Wake up and read the comments
9. Comments, comments everywhere, but not a one for me
10. We are going to have a comment leaving good time
11. We are going to have a mess of comments
12. What tangled comments we leave, when we practice to deceive
13. When all is commented and done
14. When elephants comment
15. When you got it, comment on it
16. Where there is life there is comments
17. Comment on one for the Gipper
18. Winners never quit and quitters never comment
19. Work and thou shalt have comments
20. You are only as good as your comment
@@@@@ News from Pigeon Falls– The little town in my garage where the trains still run, dragons fly, and life is back to normal. With the end of The Dream Pigeon Falls is back to being your ordinary Upper Peninsula town. Well as ordinary as a town can be that:
Still has daily passenger service by train.
Was held captive by the US army for no discernable reason.
Had a man turn to stone and then back to a man.
Has it’s own little dragon.
Has an active community poltergeist.
Has Tommy UK and some kind of strange rock.
Is visited by a six foot White Rabbit in a pink sweater carrying a rubber ducky.
Has an old lady mayor with a shotgun she calls demon slayer.
Just got over The Dream in which the entire community participated and that almost put them to sleep for good.
Seems to have events that were predicted ( sort of) by a fifteenth century Russian Monk.
But aside from that Pigeon Falls is your ordinary little town getting ready for a great summer.
Today's Link- Living My Dream- The problems of having a pool and some great pictures of strawberries. Leave a non harmful Dr. John in the comment for an extra chance in Fridays' drawing.
It was one of those days that makes me think this might be a used year. The three adults were still worn out from our visit to Six Flags but the kids were full of vigor. I got two of them playing computer games and the other dog walking. It was a bad breathing day for me. I needed oxygen and we used up both portable tanks yesterday. So I took oxygen from the concentrator for breathing and started refilling the portable tank when the concentrator died. I reset it and restarted it and it died agin. This time it wouldn't start. So I called Betty ( she is the engineer). She cleaned the filters and made some adjustments and the concentrator was back to work. At that time Betty and Pennie decided to take the boys swimming. They got lost. they came back with out swimming or asmy grandson said "all we did was buy groceries and eat." So I put them to taking out screws from their father's failed platform. Half way through the screwdriver head went into the power screwdriver and nobody could find the key to open it. They did find another screwdriver and finish the job. Then they went swimming again. This time they found the pool. All in all it was a less than perfect day . I am sure that I had one like it several years ago so this one might be recycled. Now ( if the concentrator keeps working) I need a breathing treatment.