The Eve of Princess Nagger’s Birthday; Snow is Coming; Crazy Playground and Funny Cats: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Hard to believe that tomorrow (11/15) Princess Nagger turns 15. FIFTEEN, people!! Seems like yesterday she was football sized: She’ll be old enough to get a learner’s permit to learn how to drive – poor kid is in for a … Continue reading

WW: First Sign of (Early) Spring

Rumor has it that the groundhog saw his shadow and predicted another 6 weeks of winter (don’t get me started on that whole conspiracy theory, since there were 6 weeks of winter left on the calendar anyway). Mother Nature, no doubt … Continue reading

Seattle Snow: Dreaming of a White Christmas

The only thing Princess Nagger regretted about leaving the state of Pennsylvania for Washington State was that it doesn’t snow very much here in Washington like it does in Pennsylvania. Not counting our last three years in PA, of course, … Continue reading

Psycho Mother Nature

It’s the first day of spring, and I’m sure there are shouts of jubilation all over, though Mother Nature has still been going psycho.  Or is it that she already is psycho?  Either way, you all know how much we … Continue reading

Snow Teaser, Omarosa the Witch, St. Patty’s Day Fun Fail but Pot Roast Win: RTT Rebel

The first day of spring is tomorrow, right?  Mother Nature has been having multiple hot-flashes this winter in our neck of the woods, while giving everyone else the cold shoulder in the form of snow.  She decided two days before … Continue reading

Wishing for Good Snow

It may be winter, but Mother Nature is still needing to adjust her menopausal meds, since she’s apparently looking at an upcoming hot flash this weekend.  Both Princess Nagger and I keep hoping for a round of good snow – … Continue reading

They’re Calling It Snowtober

Stardate -312835.88, we are still in the dark technology-wise.  Still no phone, no internet, and no cable.  I’m missing my favorite shows, not to mention not having access at the tip of my fingers to the blogosphere and beyond.  It’s … Continue reading