Agricola welcome JanetLee back to the blogroll.
Need a haircut? Joan has some local barbershops to visit.
Meanwhile JanetLee's take on appearance:
And somewhere along that path, I lost the outside focus. I found that making sure I was neat and presentable was all I really cared about. Rarely do I ever think about what I look like. I think about how I feel, I think about how I can make others feel, I think about what I can do about my little corner of the world, but no longer do I find myself looking in a mirror, moaning that I'm not pretty.
Labor Day, a Federal Holiday Day for the Working to be off from their daily chores. A three day week-end for some! Yet for many this is just another day, as they must work. For that we Thank them, especially those in the Military whom are unable to enjoy this time, as they continue to uphold their duties to America and all us Citizens.
Swampy provides an answer to the age old centipede or millipede question.
Someone I just met said "you look familiar. Are you somebody famous?"
Since I knew I was a legend (in my own mind) I modestly brushed aside the idea that anyone else would think so. We soon discovered she had seen the article in the Humana national magazine that went to its 800,000 members.
Mt. Pleasant has some water saving tips shared by GoGreenCharleston.
Yes, TAG, as in tag, ‘yer it. It seems that children were complaining about being chased and harassed. Oh, please.
Last I knew, wasn’t the main point of the game was to get chased? And it’s not like it’s a gang of kids chasing you; quite the opposite. One kid chases an entire group. And hey, zipperhead, if you don’t wanna be chased, then STAND STILL. You’ll get tagged and be “it”, and then YOU get to do the chasing.
JJ keeps his eyes open and shares his observations, along with a public service announcement:
tourists, no matter how attractive (and she was pretty), should wear underwear. particularly if they are going to wear a (very) short miniskirt, go on a carriage tour, sit in the outside seat, and put their feet up on the seat in front of them. it puts everything right in the line of sight of oncoming traffic, dear.