Not much to report today. We woke up yesterday morning, sipped a little coffee, played on our ‘puters, went to w*rk, came home, read for awhile, ate, read some more, watched television, and then went to bed. Hope we’re not getting into a rut, but, with this rainy, cool, damp weather, there isn’t much else one can do.
Both Judy and I came home from w*rk yesterday chilled right to the bone. It took us about three hours to get warmed up. In order to accomplish that task, we had to turn our electric mattress cover onto high and slip between the sheets for awhile. After about a half hour nap, we were finally warmed up. We spent the rest of the afternoon attempting to maintain said warmth.
Other than that, what’s new? Well, the ducks have returned to Wild Duck Campground. Yes siree, they are paddling and quacking around the - are you ready for this?, here it is! - the Duck Pond. Wild Duck Campground has a duck pond – yep, we are a full service campground. Even the ducks have a nice cleaned, groomed site where they can park their carcasses.
Not only that, we keep some duck feed on hand so we can feed them; no wonder they keep coming back each spring. They’re just like Escapees, they show up early for free food. Judy and I drink milk while we’re watching them; that way we can have “quackers and milk”! Does that “quack” you up, or what? Judy just gave me a whack because I didn’t “duck” fast enough. Okay, enuff is enuff. I’ll try to get some pictures for you just in case you’ve never seen ducks before. I must admit that they are really “purdy” mallard ducks.
Take Care Until The Next Time - - - - - -
I don't know if it's because you're w*rking to hard or not hard enough, but you'd better make some changes before you "quack" up completely. ;-)ReplyDelete
Have a great day,
Jim and Linda