Family and Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

My apologies for being a bit scarce the last week or so – last Wednesday or Thursday my sister had a hemorrhagic stroke. She’s currently at a Neuro Critical Care Unit with a drain on her brain to reduce the … Continue reading

Colors of Fall; Unusual Fruit; Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Well, our rainy season is upon us here in the Pacific Northwest. It’s been major downpours several days in a row, with intermittent sunshine. I know, right? Seems any state I’ve lived in, including this, my home state of Washington, … Continue reading

Time Flies with Princess Nagger’s Birthday a Month Away and Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Is it just me, or is this year flying by ultra-fast? It’s already the middle of October! Which means that Christmas is – dare I say it? 70 days away! Sheesh! And, not to make everyone feel old or anything … Continue reading

Leaves are Changing; Kitty Antics; and Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

I still can’t believe I totally forgot to write my Random Tuesday last week until late on Wednesday. I’m running late this week as well, but this time it will be up on Tuesday, so that’s a plus. I’m behind … Continue reading

The One Where I Almost Missed Random Tuesday Thoughts!

Whoopsie! I totally forgot to write my Random Tuesday Thoughts post last night. I even had big plans to get it knocked out early this morning, but when I woke up my computer at 5:15am, I was greeted with an … Continue reading

Seattle Thunderstorms, Fall is Coming, and Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Hello, Tuesday! September is cruising along already – we had some crazy thunder storms over the weekend, something that isn’t common in the Pacific Northwest. When we lived in Pennsylvania, it was a common occurrence – the hubby and I … Continue reading

Summer ends with a New ‘Do for School and Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

September has arrived, and today is the first day of school for Little Dude. This is the first year he’ll be riding the bus (last year we shuttled him to school until after the winter months, where he then walked … Continue reading