I just watched a video where a person asked actual college kids, on a college campus, how they felt about “Black Friday.”
They all said they hated it because it was so racist.
I suppose they could have been aliens, or this was their first day out of the box, but
If this is what passes for general knowledge of college kids these days, a lot of people are wasting their money!
I literally CAN NOT with the general situation.
The kittens do this routinely:
Which makes me think they are not actually sweet, loving, harmless kittens. When they do this, it smacks of Hell Hounds guarding a gateway. In this house, it would not surprise me one bit if these guys actually HAVE been inhabited by something guarding some portal to Hell.
Maybe that is why every bit of progress is met with the house’s resentment.
It occurs to me I might have too much time on my hands
On Saturday we made our over the top Thanksgiving dinner. The turkey was excellent, the gravy didn’t thicken enough, and for a change I didn’t make enough food for a small country.
We enjoyed it all and will be eating leftovers all week. At least. I am making turkey pot pies and a turkey casserole tomorrow. I’ll freeze it all and we’ll do turkey sammies til the rest is gone.
We spent the time off doing a whole lotta nada. But yesterday was so beautiful:
This is the first blue sky I’ve seen for ages. So it seemed like the perfect day to start on the new garden (you know, since the old one has a shed on top of it).
We picked the site:
That white flag is where a sprinkler head is. Maybe we won’t have to water!
We kept it small to start with, added some compost and watered it to help the compost and sand meld. I’ll be adding to it over the winter and we’ve ordered potatoes as a first step. We’re very much feeling our way around this whole southern gardening thing. It’s a big difference from VA and RI for us.
The Hubs wants a couple of plots rather then one big one, so I’ll be taking a stab at doing that as I go. I’m also planning a mint garden at the end of the shed. I’ll put in peppermint, spearmint, and catnip. Hopefully it won’t attract all the stray cats in town! Maybe I’ll do a flower garden somewhere, too. And I still have to pick a tree for the front yard.
But first, I need to decorate for Christmas.
I wonder how much the Hell Kitties will tolerate…
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