FRIDAY, THE NINTH DAY OF … SPRING?
Well, I was starved for some spring greenery! I have a near golf course green lawn of zoysia grass, but the way the weather is going it probably won’t turn green until August.
Has anyone ever come up with an answer to the question … why does only one sock in a pair get a hole in the heel leaving the other sock in perfectly good condition? I always save the good sock on the perchance that it might some day match a missing sock from another pair. It has never happened and a have a drawer full of mateless socks. There was a time when the lady of the house would darn the darn holed sock. My mother never would darn a hole in a sock. She said walking on the darned spot would cause blisters. The socks do make great cleaning rags that fit right on your hand.
I have no idea what it is. I call it a Gloomy Gus Bird. It was inspired by a flock of soggy birds sitting around their seed dish in the rain today. They were sitting around singing “SUNSHINE, SUNSHINE, NOTHING BUT THE GOOD OLD SUNSHINE!”
I just remembered! It was a Kiwi Bird!