💞"Marriage is not kick-boxing, its Salsa dancing."💞 by Amit Kalantri
Retired in 2015, lived in Chicago, IL all my life. Love blogging and knitting. I'm sure people think my blogs are - hmm - "bonkers". I've read there are eight (8) type of writers. Closet writer, eternal writer, hestiant writer, innovative writer, inspired writer, literate writer, logical writer, and last but not least savvy writer. Still trying to figure out what I am. I like to use clip art or photos in my blog. Try to relate the clip art and/or photos to what I am writing.
Eight (8) writers information found on greatstorybook.com
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Hope: There goes Nins running around for volunteers. Abby: What do you mean? Hope: She handles the krewe for Mardi Gras, parades of all kinds. Abby: You have to be Kidding? Nins even handles our parade? Hope: She sure does!! She has handled our hat parade from the beginning. Abby: Hope let’s take her out for dinner. All of us can make it a surprise for what she does for all the krewes she works on to give our town so many smiles. Hope: Hey Abby! Who you gonna call? Abby: Hope really! You should have been a krewe for the parade on Ghostbusters!!
Oh my gosh! I forget the cookies for the meeting. Ahh! I just spotted a store. I will run in and be out in a second or two. (convenience) Me: Cookies, cookies, cookies. Where the heck are they. Sir, where are the cookies. Store assistant: Miss they are right over there. (inconvenience) Me: Those are refrigerated and have to be baked. I need ones already made. Store assistant: Miss you didn’t specify what type you wanted. (inconvenience) Me: Sorry sir, can you tell me where the shelf stabled cookies are. Store assistant: Miss they are in the front to the right. (inconvenience) Me: Thank you. So I get to the front, look to the right and are you ready for this, they only carry little packets of cookies. (inconvenience) As I stand there, shaking my head, I picked up a basket and took all the cookies. Ahh! Got them. Now I turn around to pay and guess what?
You are so right, there are ten (10) people ahead of me, one (1) cashier and the oldest register I ever saw. The cashier had to add up items by hand, then figure out the tax, take the money, then bag the items. (inconvenience)
Now you might be thinking where is the store assistant to help out.
“A New World to Play In” is a new Apple Arcade game using the song “Welcome to My World”.
In the commercial as each second changes to a character they are singing “Welcome To My World” Welcome To My World sung by Dean Martin in the 1967 as a studio albums. Welcome To My World written and sung by Jim Reeves. Welcome To My World was also sung by Eddy Arnold, Elvis Presley, Ricky Nelson. If you want more information search Google, Bing, etc, and YouTube.com. Don’t forget Wikipedia.org
For me this song is “aesthetically appealing!” As the song plays I close my eyes and find myself and my husband dancing on air. As we dance we smile, share each others happiness, dream of what our future maybe. Our eyes see the “aesthetically appealing” wonders in the world as we hop on different clouds.
Welcome to my world won’t you come on in miracles i guess still happen now and then
Step into my heart and leave your cares behind welcome to my world built with you in mind
knock and the door will open seek and you will find ask and you’ll be given the key to this world of mine
I’ll be waiting here with my arms unfurled waiting just for you welcome to my world
Have you noticed the commercials where all of a sudden people start playing the KAZOO?
All of a sudden I’m moving my feet and ready to join them but I don’t have a KAZOO!!
So I wondered what the KAZOO was all about.
Well a KAZOO play actually hums instead of blows in to it. This oscillating air pressure of the hum makes the KAZOO’S membrane vibrate. Sounds will vary in pitch and loudness as you hum away. KAZOO players use specific syllables like doo, “too”, who, rrrr or brrr.
In case you didn’t know – ta dah Yes! Can you believe it? An electric KAZOO!
Hope: Hi girls, glad you can make it over this morning with all this bonkers snow. Nins, Abby, Mabel, Dot: We’re all thrilled. Now where’s the hot coffee & tea. Don’t forget creamer, sugar, sweetener. Dot: Hey what about my flavored creamer? Hope: Here is it Dot. Mabel: Okay why are we here? Never mind, you are going to give us a test. Hope: Well! Mabel you are 100% right. Now don’t all of you sigh or give me that staring look you all have at once. Here we go!
Hope: Okay what is the difference between one (1) and two (2)? Dot: I have to put my glasses on. Abby: Hope where’s your magnifying glass? Mabel: Basically I don’t see any difference. Nins: I have 20/20 vision and there is no difference! So there!! Dot, Abby, Mabel: I agree with Nins.
Do you know the difference? Well let you know in a couple of days.
Start – Yarn, needles, pattern. Knitting has two (2) needles to work with, crocheting has one (1) needle. There are many different sizes of needles and yarns. It is unbelievable!
I still consider myself a beginner. I watch YouTube.com or search on the web at yarn companies websites to look for a pattern I have never done before. I have to tell you, I see one and really love how it looks, then look at the pattern. Then think to myself this one is not for me right now.
I still consider myself a beginner. I’m not a fast knitter. I just take one stitch at a time. I call my knitting Hope’s Knitting Imperfections. I keep an eye out of stitches that are dropped, lost, and yes pull out a few rolls because it’s on row ten (10) and I’m at row twenty (20).
Now sometimes I get carried away and end up with a piece like this one. This is my mystery piece.
When I finish my knits, I lightly wash and dry. Then put in plastic bag that seals on the top.
Australian Traveller that loves to "Roam" our globe, creator of ENDLESSROAMING.COM sharing the experience through word and photography. Currently residing in my home of Newtown Sydney but hope to be back on the road late 2020. Feedback / questions are more than welcome, happy travels
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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do. So throw off the bowlines,sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. - Mark Twain