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debbie8327
Jun 24, 2017
So pretty
ParsonWayne
Mar 27, 2017
So THAT'S how the rooster knows when to crow? I am alarmed that he would need a clock. I guess the times have changed. I knew they did in Ohio.
pixipixil
Mar 27, 2017
Sounds like you're ticked off, Parson. Hour you today?
Watching out for your flock in a timely manner? I'm sure you are and keeping everyone Christ centered, too. I worry when I try to find a pun it comes across snarky. I don't ever mean it that way.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 27, 2017
We actually have a clock that does crow just like the rooster, it is fun to see the look on peoples faces when it goes off.
pixipixil
Mar 30, 2017
A girlfriend has a clock that has a different bird sing each hour.
ParsonWayne
Mar 30, 2017
I have one like that and I got it real cheep.
pixipixil
Mar 31, 2017
Glad the cost didn't put a strain on your nest egg.
ParsonWayne
Mar 31, 2017
Pixipixil, It's about time you put some more puns up. I have to hand it to you. My puns are a distant second to yours.
pixipixil
Mar 31, 2017
Not at all, Parson. Those two compilations you sent me were brilliant and funny, too. You find so many angles trying to find something you haven't covered is a real challenge.
ParsonWayne
Apr 1, 2017
Are you referring to postings like these?
A young deer in the woods learned to use all four hooves equally well. He was known to be bambidextrous.
I once got into so much debt that I couldn't even afford my electricity bills, they were the darkest times of my life.

Santa came down with the flue.

Of all my books, my favorite is the one I received last Christmas. There is no tome like the present.

Deciding what Christmas gifts to give makes one present tense.
Is old rope good enough for a hanging? Frayed knot. That stuff is bad noose.

Using a prism allows me to see the sun in a different light.

There are two skeleton teachers at school. One is humerus, but the other is very sternum.

What did the man say when the bridge fell on him. The suspension is killing me.

In very large sponge colonies in the ocean, there's a soaker born every minute.

Why would an hour glass only take half an hour to finish? It was filled with quick sand.

After three days of fishing, the musician hoped he would catch a bassoon.

I'm afraid you are accusing me of pun-ishing people.
pixipixil
Apr 1, 2017
Well you are surely e-quip-t for it.
ParsonWayne
Apr 3, 2017
Actually, Pixipixil, I am retired and only teach 2 Bible Studies a week, lead the singing or sometimes play the piano or organ, make hospital, nursing homes, and shut-in visitations, head the pastor-parish relations committee, and work on my book on characters in the Bible in the first person, as monologues. Other than that, I relax.
pixipixil
Apr 4, 2017
For some of us having meaningful, creative work is the best relaxation there is. Nothing energizes me more quickly than a creative idea I feel has merit.
Right now I am trying to convince myself the stuff I am trying to finish is just that but I've never been good at selling. I was retired from my singing by a pastor who told me my ministry no longer was beneficial to the parish as he wanted 100% organ and no guitar and as he succinctly put it "We don't pay for someone to just sing." My health has deteriorated (stomach wise and hand wise) in the two or three years since, so I haven't the ability to commit to a ministry like that any more. Occasionally the organist I used to work with at another parish for nineteen years needs a fill-in cantor for funerals and I manage to do that but it's been more than six months since I have been called. The last time my stomach started acting up and I managed to do fine but I felt I had to warn the organist I might have to suddenly seek the restroom. (I had been fine when I got up but it started in about 45 minutes b4 I had to leave 4 Mass so there would not have been time for him to replace me.) As it turned out it was a false alarm. I'm thinking he doesn't want to risk it since then and I can't say I blame him.
I'm working on tearing up the carpeting in the basement but I have to keep taking breaks because it wrecks my hand that has already had one operation on it. I finished the other curtain in the living room so now they all match. I'm working on illustrations for a kid's book I wrote.
I practice singing for 40+ minutes 5-6 days a week. I finished three of five partially done fine art pieces. One is of lupines and they don't look like they're coming back in my yard this year. If they don't that painting will be on hold until another year goes by and I can replant them.
None of what I do helps anyone except that at the church I attend I help the cantor by singing at my pew. He is very weak and often a parishioner I don't even know will come up to thank me. They don't pay for cantors at that church either and although I don't need the money, it's a question of justice. Organists run the show and get a decent stipend. Singers should be the leader since they are the main interface with the congregation and would be a better choice for developing a choir, training other cantors and choosing music for the congregation to sing. After all the parish has to sing. They aren't playing keyboards or other instruments so choosing a song for the sake of the accompaniment is backwards. I have a masters in music ed and majored in voice, but alas I have not been able to master keyboard to the point where I could play publicly, eventhough the keyboard part for most Catholic hymns is pretty easy. Small hands and started learning in my 40's. Too late (sigh).
JAMP124
Apr 4, 2017
All this talk about clocks and hours and alarms ---- so timely!
ParsonWayne
Apr 10, 2017
I am still up at 1 AM. In a few hours I will be planting some more Strawberry plants. Probably too soon to put out the tomato plants: Sweet Million Cherry Tomatoes and Fourth of July Tomatoes..I have some Color Bell Pepper plants - to produce Green, Yellow, Purple, and Red Bell Peppers. Ohioans call Bell Peppers Mango. I finally convinced Mrs. PW that Mangoes are a fruit. She makes fun of my Pennsylvania accent. I just moved to Ohio in 1973, so I am still considered a foreigner.
By the way, did you know that strawberries are not berries, but bananas, avocados, and watermelon are berries also.
Other fascinating facts about food I learned this past week:
Ketchup used to be sold as medicine.
Carrots were originally purple.
Yams and sweet potatoes are not the same thing.
Ripe cranberries will bounce like rubber balls.
An average ear of corn has an even number of rows, usually 16.
Humans share 50% of their DNA with bananas.
Honey never spoils. You can eat 32, 000-year-old honey.
Peanuts are not nuts. They grow in the ground, so they are legumes.
Coconuts kill more people than sharks every year. So do cows.
Pound cake got its name from its original recipe, which called for a pound each of butter, eggs, sugar, and flour.
Honey is made from nectar and bee vomit.
Kiwis grow on vines.
Ginger is the root of a plant:
And cinnamon is just the inner part of a Cinnamon tree.
And artichokes are flowers that are eaten as buds.
Apples, like pears and plums, belong to the rose family.
The official state VEGETABLE of Oklahoma is the watermelon.
Peas are one the most popular pizza toppings in Brazil.
There are over 7, 500 varieties of apples throughout the world, and it would take you 20 years to try them all if you had one each day.
Canola oil was originally called rapeseed oil, but renamed by the Canadian oil industry in 1978 to avoid negative connotations. Canola¯ is short for Canadian oil.¯

As you can probably guess, I am anxious to get my garden started. Now, since it is 1:15 AM, I think I shall retire for the evening.
pixipixil
Apr 10, 2017
Good luck with your garden. I have given up on veggies. They start out great then rot on the plant no matter what I do and no matter what they are. So I stick to fruits and flowers but the between the birds, bugs, varmints and now the deer it is a fight to get anything at all. The deer are the newest and worst problem. I now call my yard deer gestapo as it looks like a concentration camp with all the caging I have done.
elijah13
Mar 31, 2017
Beautiful puzzle.
micki
Mar 27, 2017
What a beaut! I always know what time it is.....its crazy4jigsaws time.
jas6415
Mar 27, 2017
Love the tulips and my, what a cute clock
JoyceRogers
Mar 27, 2017
I have a friend who moved to West Virginia so she could raise barnyard animals in her backyard. She has several varieties of chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys. The setting is beautiful with large trees, a very green yard, and a huge, beautiful dog named Eli to protect her "girlies" from all the foxes in the woods. Just yesterday she posted a video while feeding the chickens. A bunny came hopping in and helped himself to the grain. Her neighbor had raised rabbits and this one had escaped a while back. I told her the video looked like a real-live "easter" movie with the Bunny and Peeps!
peterpan
Mar 27, 2017
Beautiful Tulips.
aussiesapphire
Mar 27, 2017
Love it - an again more daffodils.

It is daffodil time, so the robins all cry, For the sun's a big daffodil up in the sky, And when down the midnight the owl call "to-whoo"! Why, then the round moon is a daffodil too; Now sheer to the bough-tops the sap starts to climb, So, merry my masters, it's daffodil time.
Clinton Scollard

A host of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
William Wordsworth

Good night dear friends and God bless. Hugs.
nlbuchanan
Mar 27, 2017
Lovely poems, aussie, and the red tulips are just as lovely. Coincidentally, just the other day, I pointed out to my friend the first daffodil growing in my yard. He couldn't see what I was pointing at as it, also, was a red tulip!

God bless you and many hugs.
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