Saturday, March 20, 2010


An ad in my local paper reports
this little dog is missing.

She is seven-years-old,
and needs her teeth cleaned.

So, I wondered,
what might the ad say
if I went missing?

Old enough to know better.
Needs her roots done
and legs shaved.

RIP -- Fess Parker

I must be getting old. All my childhood heroes are passing away.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Searching . . .

I am always intrigued by the search terms that drive people to the blog.

Rather they want to be here or not.

I'm was the #1 hit for a search on "no reason to jump out of a perfectly good airplane." Go figure. But don't jump out of a perfectly good airplane.

I've been Stumbled Upon twice. ouch.

You might be from Montana was good for several trips here.

Hit #6 if you're looking for Latin translations. Potius Sero Quam Nunquam.
My motto. Better late than never.

#2 if you want to mind your fucking language. But don't on my account.

#8 for Mountain cows, and I thought my mother invented that.

One lonely hit for a quote from Gran Torino.

Some poor soul sent five separate searches for Black Velvet Pencils and kept hitting my blog. You might as well search for dodo birds, passenger pigeons or a tyrannosaurus. They are no more.

Most interesting search that led here this go round was - How do you say coyote in Gaelic?

Why would you is what I want to know?

Sunday Photo Shoot

Friday, March 12, 2010


Haven't done this for awhile. Friday Fill-Ins.

1. I am so looking forward to vacation this year -- IRELAND!

2. Sometime later, you'll get what you want.

3. When you get to heaven, hold a place for me.

4. Living is a big part of my life.

5. If you need anything, get up and get it yourself.

6. Love a trip.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to a Val Kilmer dvd, tomorrow my plans include house cleaning and Sunday, I want to drive around the lake for a photo shoot!

Tuesday, March 02, 2010


I watched quite a few disaster movies when I was a kid. Back in that era when everyone thought the world was going to hell in a handbasket.Just watched 2012, a film that cites Mayan Prophecy as sign post to disaster. Now that we're in an era where everyone thinks the world is going to hell in a handbasket.

John Cusack is cute, but he hasn't, yet, saved the world as often as Charlton Heston.

How do you think the world will end?
Man-made disaster
Natural disaster
Mayan Prophecy
It won't.
Too soon to tell.
Too late to know. free polls