Last night, I ordered a pizza for carryout. My eager puppy panted as I grabbed my purse and keys and headed for the door. Since I would just be running inside to pay for it, I put on her leash and plopped her into the backseat. We drove the few blocks to the pizza establishment. Upon arrival, I paid for my pizza and returned to my car to find my dog sitting in the front passenger seat, where I normally put my pizza. No sweat though, I just set my pizza on the roof of my car, took the dog out through the driver’s door, lead her back into the backseat, and was on my m
Did you know a duck's quack doesn't echo, that giraffes can clean their ears with their tongues, and that a crocodile can't stick out his tongue? To find out more interesting animal facts, check these out:
What lovely spring weather we had last week! The storms Sunday evening meant spring is here. Of course, during the hail, lightning, thunder, and rain pounding on the metal roof of the barn, I had a ewe in labor. The weather made for an unnerving atmosphere in the barn. At last, she gave birth to a ten pound (boy) ram and had him cleaned up and fed in no time! I finally made it to bed at 1:30 a.m.
Now’s the time to send that thank-you note you’ve been putting off. April is National Card and Letter Writing Month. In this fast paced society, often the small things get pushed back on our to-do list.
The Lone Jack Book Club meets the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Each month, there is a lively discussion of the current book. Some will like the book, some won't it, and some won't read it all.
Lottery tells the story of Perry Crandall, who was raised by his grandmother and has an IQ of 76. She taught him everything he needed to know to survive and to play the lottery before her death. When he wins the Washington State Lottery, he suddenly has more relatives than he know what to do with. People with characters both wicked and heroic, Wood’s debut novel is a story about trust, loyalty, and what distinguishes individuals as capable.