Monday, October 12, 2015

Chuckles and Chortles

Happy Monday, bloggers, and happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow Canucks. I hope it's been a really nice weekend for everyone. My daughter arrived on Friday from Ottawa and she'll be going back this evening. It's been really nice having her home. She's doing extremely well in school and having a great time in her new city. This is a very special time in her life.

Shall we move along to the funny stuff? Yes, let's do just that...







Have a good one!

31 comments:

  1. "You're a Picasso" would help in many a situation. Or maybe "I'm a Picasso."
    Have a nice week, Martha.

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  2. Hahaha, the screw you one made me laugh. Glad you had an excellent holiday weekend.

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    1. It was nice. I got to spend time with my daughter and we had a great time. She's been gone for just a few weeks and already she seems to grown up. Living independently will to that to you.

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  3. Thanks for the laughs, love the brussels sprouts one! Happy Thanksgiving Martha, great that your daughter's home for the weekend! I remember being so sad when it was time for my daughter to go back, she wasn't.

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    1. I felt that sadness yesterday, Christine, but I'm also so happy for her. This is an amazing time in her life. I'm at peace knowing she's comfortable in Ottawa and really enjoying herself.

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  4. I laughed at the guy with the two shirts in his closet!

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  5. Thanks for the smile. Wish my cabbage would lay eggs.

    Glad you had some time with your daughter. I know you have missed her.

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    1. I did, Gail. And I'm so glad she's doing so well. Her grades are very high and she's having a good time with friends. She seems to be well balanced.

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  6. So pleased you had a great weekend, and so nice to catch up with your daughter.

    I love Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe ...

    All the best Jan

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    1. It was, Jan. I enjoy spending time with her and learning about what goes on in her world. It's quite interesting.

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  7. My fave was Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe too -- the Dickens, you say!

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  8. Happy that your daughter likes Ottawa!
    Ye Olde Curiousity Shoppe puts a whole new light to this book.....which I am presently reading!!
    Have a great week, Martha.

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    1. What a coincidence, Jim! And you know, I don't think I've ever read it. At least, I don't remember.

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  9. Now somebody has to say, "Curiosity killed the cat." It's great to have the kids ack for the first time after they've left.

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    1. It sure is! She'll be returning later this month for a reading break from school and she'll be here for a whole week. That will be very nice.

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  10. Oooh that last one is scary! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  11. Safe travels to your daughter! Glad that you had fun. I don't like cabbage and I dislike cabbage eggs even more! LOL Thanks for the laughs, Martha!

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    1. Hahaha! I guess cabbage eggs would taste just as bad as a full cabbage for those who don't like it :)

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Martha and family. Glad you had a chance to visit with daughter. Loved the choice of tee shirts cartoon, too cute.

    Betty

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    1. It was nice spending time together. She is really enjoying university life. What a great time this is for her!

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  13. I'm shocked nobody called it baby cabbage

    brussel sprouts? meh

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  14. Seriously, in that last pick, the girl in purple, is that supposed to be one boob poking out of her chest? Seriously, is that what the artist thinks boobs look like under clothes....Jesus!

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    1. You know, I hadn't even noticed that. It is really weird!

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  15. A down to earth guy = a guy who stays under the earth :)

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