I’m a poet and I don’t know it but my feet show it cuz they’re LONGFELLERS. OMFG I have regressed back to second grade. Onward and upward from here. Hopefully.
We’re trying to buy a new bedspread, and are looking for one that is the same color as all of our cats because it’s spring and they’re all shedding like crazy. And it needs to be washable. Very important to be washable, as we have at least one cat barfer. I guess gray would be the base color, with some brown and orange thrown in. Needs to be Cal-King. And inexpensive. With shams and a skirt. As it turns out, I’m asking for a LOT here.
Any good ideas for online shopping places would be welcome.
Bedding color 1, Grumpy Gray Cheetah
Bedding Color 2, Not Quite Sharing Gray, or Could I Get Any Farther Away Gray. The current bedspread weighs about a hundred pounds (definitely not summer weight) and has to go to the laundromat for washing in the giant machine. Not my favorite place to regularly spend 3 hours. Also, I should have made the bed better before taking this picture, but then the animals would never have obliged. Amirite?
We went to Ft. Bragg for my birthday last weekend. Got to celebrate being able to take a bath again with a jacuzzi tub. That was really nice and also cemented the knowledge that I don’t like jacuzzi jets, just like the bath part. Good to know for future renovations.
Nice view from the tub. What this shot doesn’t show is the giant construction mudhole right under the window. Still, this was very nice. And it smelled like bleach, a serious plus in a hotel tub if you’re planning to plant your arse in it.
I didn’t have enough energy to do much yet but that worked out as it rained like a motherfucker the majority of the time we were there. Got some “good” rain and rainbow shots, a few of which I have shared below. The term “good” is used loosely here, as a) I was the photographer sometimes and b)when I wasn’t Bob was shooting from the moving vehicle.
For reference: Captions are mostly below the pictures.
We’re almost home here, looks like the rainbow ends at our house. Yes, we live in the sticks.
I think these are cool pictures because they have a rainbow, rain on one side, and blue sky on the other. Try not to look at the truck.
Rain and also not rain across Clear Lake. This was beautiful. The picture doesn’t do it justice or capture the sheer drama.
Bob took lots of wave pictures which I’ll spare you from, and a lot of animals. We saw MANY vultures hanging out, and two wild turkeys standing by the road in two different places trying to decide whether or not they should step in front of a speeding car. These two animal sightings may be related. Also, geese on the bluff.
Duck duck GOOSE. This was probably a nesting pair. Below, Bob scares them away.
Okay, ONE wave picture. The surf was very high from the storms rolling through. I may have to use this one as my desktop picture for a while.
Warning, scary road ahead.
Said scary road, where the road had been washed away and repaired/repaved very recently. There were two spots like this. The ocean is right there on the left, you can’t quite see that but trust me, it was close. Made me a tiny bit nervous going over it with the surf so high and the clouds rolling in.
The trees were so dense over this road that they blocked the satellite radio. I thought that was amazing, but it probably wasn’t.
Some typical coast scenery, foggy trees in the background. Lot of cloud drama going on here. If you want to see these pictures in a bigger, clearer format either click on them (pretty slow) or they’re on the picasa site here.