I'm a life long resident of the North East Kingdom of Vermont.
And I have always liked to read the comics.
It seems that the comment police are are over reacting to something I said in my first post so, God bless and talk to you tomorrow.
Hail and hi Vagabond
Sunny NEK morning, 54 when I got up. I’ve been out to the Drs. Office for my B-12 shot, now I’m going to finish this. He he. It is now in the mid 60s and they say a high of 71. Hum (^.^)
Well, here I go again. Yesterday’s Washington Circus act. I didn’t watch it but, when I heard that this woman said Trump reached out for the stearing wheel, it didn’t click with me at the time, Trump was in the back seat and there was likely a barrior between him and the front. We need to drain the swamp and soon. Just a thought.
Sometimes I need to strap myself down but, OHHHHHH, there are times.
OK everybody, keep warm, or cool which ever you need, and may God bless. (^.^)
Better let him go or he’ll be late period.
From Wikipedia: In Navajo culture, a skin-walker (Navajo: yee naaldlooshii) is a type of harmful witch who has the ability to turn into, possess, or disguise themselves as an animal. The term is never used for healers.
Similar to the Wendigo: The Wendigo is a malevolent, cannibalistic, supernatural being. They were strongly associated with winter, the north, coldness, famine, and starvation originating from the folklore of Plains and Great Lakes Natives as well as some First Nations.
Spooky, ain’t it.
You want it out, grab you fire extinguisher.
Leave it to Beaver
Good morning Vagabonds
Sunny morning going on here with a starting temp of 49. The forecast calls for a high of 78 with afternoon rain.
I guess I’ll make the best of it while the sun shines, and the rain will keep the plants growing. (^.^)
May God bless your day and keep you happy and healthy.
Hope he never meets Svengoolie.
Welt, it wasn’t that hard to figure out.
Awful fuzzy rock here.