What I did today!!!

Went to the doctor and had the patch taken off my eye and was told that was the most difficult surgery he had ever done. Out of 800 surgeries, mine was the most difficult. I saw cows in my yard. Saw a humming-bird at my window feeder. Took a picture in case you don’t believe me. Read an article about keeping worms on Mother Earth News.  Put drops in my eye every 2 hours, played solitaire and waited for the healing process to take effect. Played with Molly. Played with Po. Held my hand over one eye and then the other to see if I could tell the difference yet. Did that every 2 hours. Chased the neighbors cows from the yard. Wore really funky protective sun glasses that squeezed my head like a pimple.

What did you do?

That’s nice.

Really fast Hummer!

This is one of my hummers. I have others also.

My hummers are very fast. I feed them special racing fuel. Mine leave a streak of red Fbrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr behind them when they fly. That’s fast.  Do you have fast hummers? Maybe we could have races between my fast hummers and the hummers that you think are fast. Mine would win, I’m sure. You’ll have to bring yours to my house, I don’t allow mine to leave here.

BTW, the cows left poop in my front yard. I have pictures if you don’t believe me.

If you have the UPC code from boxes of Kellogg’s cereal and you are not going to use them, send them to me. I’m collecting 10 of them to get $10 worth of free gas. The kind you put in your car. If you’ll search ARRP site for Kellogg’s you can find the promotion.

Have you taken your vitamin today. I did. I have special senior vitamins. I got mine at CVS, if you bought $30 worth of stuff that was on extra special sale, like my vitamins, you got a  $10 gas card free. WOW! Wonder how they do that.

I also bought the Wal-Mart gas card this week and saved $0.10 per gallon. With all the trips to the doctor and hospital in the last few weeks I saved a million dollars I bet. Lets see, $100 card buys 28 gallons. WOW! that’s $2.80 savings.


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