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The power has been out just long enough get a little worrisome. The familiar stuff on the kitchen counter is looking rather spooky and pretty soon somebody is going to have to go out and start up a car so … Continue reading
This new line of frozen food seems perfect for Godzilla and all his compatriots. “‘Devour’: monster flavor in a meal that satisfies the biggest appetite!” (And look at the price: feeding your inner kaiju isn’t cheap!)
A few weeks ago I mentioned that some robins had built a big sloppy nest in one of the two new maple trees we planted earlier this spring in the front yard. There was no action for a long time, … Continue reading
Halloween’s starting early this year, Iowa thought, as she scrolled through Suki’s photoblog to find the source of the latest image that was filling up the bulletin boards in the basement of the Noakes. Yep. There it was. As she … Continue reading
On this busy weekend, please excuse this second post announcing that I am now on Instagram! My username is “kekiongacomics”. This is my first venture into the big bad 21st century world of social media and I am already learning … Continue reading
More slow steps into the world of the 21st century– I have decided to dip my toes into the big scary ocean of social media by opening an Instagram account! More photos, more commentary, more hashtags, more weird stuff from … Continue reading
Who needs ten pounds of blueberries? Nobody. Unless you are making lots of pies. Can I come over to your house?
(Three golden rings.) Song of New Buffalo Michigan watermelon, Three golden rings. Raspberries, blueberries, Geep, geep, geep. (A poem from four small photographs taken on a brief trip across the state line to New Buffalo, Michigan: a typical “fruit stand” … Continue reading
A few days ago, we discussed the Mint Green Outfits being worn by the Belgian national team in the current Euro 16 association football tournament. You may recall that I felt there was something slightly untoward about grown men running … Continue reading