Saturday, June 20, 2020

A Triumphant Return...


...to the links...was not in the cards this week...but I did do better than my last outing, and no chain saw required.

Hit mostly decent shots and a few really nice ones...but whether it's nature or nurture or a little from column A and a little from column B, I tend to focus on my mistakes.

Even so, it was an enjoyable trip around the links...snagged a par, a couple of bogeys, and the rest we don't talk about in polite company.

Jes' wait til next week...



Today is the summer solstice...

...which ironically marks both the beginning of summer and the steady march toward shorter days and the inevitable change of seasons.
should be a Model T somewhere on that dirt road...

If that picture doesn't fill you with a sense of urgency to embrace each moment of the summer while it's still within your grasp, you need to check for a pulse.

However you enjoy these lovely summer days, now's the time...get out there and get after it....

...before it's too late.



Production at the Wild_Hare Writing Factory...

...has ground to a halt recently.

Apparently Creativity is on holiday, thus all useful activity has ceased.

Negotiations are underway to try and convince Mr. C to return so operations can resume forthwith.

Someone, somewhere, is anxiously awaiting the publication of A Distant Glory....

...and we want to find that person to ask them where it all went so terribly wrong.



In other news, there is no other news, so let's take a li'l trip around the horn, shall we?

Here's a flower fountain Karen put together, along with a spinner she found at Aldi's...






worm hunting



Karen thought the clown on Sir Kitschalot's shield was a nice touch






escapee from Meijer Gardens



courtyard in bloom


this handsome critter was destroying our yard


recent winner of a staring contest



the basket on top of the fridge has grown fuzzy ears and a tail



Finally, tomorrow is Father's Day.

The scriptures say "Honor thy father and thy mother that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee." (Exodus 20:12)

I hope in your own way you're able to do that.

later, mcm fans...

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