Johnny gave a big snort, wiping his nose on his sleeve.
Disgusted, his teacher sought to shame him. “Johnny, what’s that on you sleeve?
“He looked at her coldly. “You a teacher an’ you been to college an’ you don’t know what snot is?”
I took Mother for her routine checkup this morning. Her heart, lungs, vital signs, and weight were perfect. In fact, at one hundred twenty-seven pounds, she weighs one pound less than when she married. She’s in great shape for a sixty-year-old, absolutely phenomenal for a lady well-past eighty. She’d had to fast for her lab, so she was ravenously hungry. I pulled in to the nearest restaurant to get her some breakfast, in the interest of survival. I think I have mentioned before, she is very tight, as well as Continue reading
Reblogged from Harsh Reality. Brag about your home.
Written in response to challenge from OM on Harsh Reality. Greenwood, Louisiana suits me. The weather is good. The company is excellent, generally laidback and fun-loving Most of my family is there. It is located within hours of the Gulf of Mexico and the Ozarks, making it a great place to camp, fish, and spend time outdoors all year.
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