Friday, May 29, 2015
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Celebrate trees. They are homes for birds and critters, they clean the air and provide oxygen. They are beautiful to look at and they just might be a great place to hide behind when out filling your bird feeders in the morning while in your PJs when an unexpected car travels down your "hardly ever traveled so early in the morning" road.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Celebrate screens. It's wonderful to have windows and door open with the ability to keep out flies, mosquitoes and other bugs. Now, if they could just make a screen that would keep out the dust and dirt flying around in the air.
Celebrate nasal hair. Without it we would breathe all kinds of toxins into our brain. Wait a minute . . . maybe that's what's wrong with some people. They become toxic due to lack of nose hairs. And I wonder if lackofnasilhairitus is contageous? It seems to effect groups of people.
Monday, May 25, 2015
The best part of the day. Meeting a WWII veteran. He said he served in England, France and Germany. It makes me sad to think about how he's watched the rise and now the falling of our country by the bad choices in government.
A couple of wigglies - one more excited than the other to be there.
What it's all about.
My favorite entry in the parade. Veterans of all ages.
Celebrate Red, White and Blue. Those three colors declare so many things - known world wide and we so easily pass by those colors that are waving freely and we hardly give it a thought. I'm so grateful God chose America to be my home.