Opening nonsense paragraph: now with fewer words.
Followed by second paragraph, now with more jokes. Ok, maybe no jokes. No jokes at all.
Third paragraph, nothing funny. Ok, wait. July 13th’s cat is really ugly. I made it ugly, and liked it that way. Ugly, and dangerous. It’s a mood. Ugly cats are funny.
Old novels have a lot of women doing needlework in them. They never lose needles in the bed of the Air BnB, and, man, I looked and looked and never found it. I am getting faster at the needlework, and somewhat better, but sorry, whoever finds that lost needle, in their unsuspecting foot, or worse.
This would be a good point to have some words about buildings, pets, or food. I’m sorry. Yes, we each know that one someone who won’t get vaccinated, and, no, there is not this one thing you can say to them to get them to change their mind.
Gee whiz, July was long
Looks like over 150 skulls this month (unless I counted wrong). And three cats.
3 thoughts on “Today in July”
I vote for a book… Love reading these. And now adding cross stitch (haha about lost needle) to drawing, painting, cooking, bread baking, riding, pilates, dog showing and first of all irresistible writing. Looking forward to puppy pictures and accompanying blog post. And description of replacement back-up veterinarians.
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