"Reading is the seasoning of a well-lived life"--Bethany Elizabeth
Cow tipping time!No wait. They're awake.
Ha ha. But that's why you're on VACATION. Everything should be moving more slowly. Breathe in. Enjoy.
You couldn't find anUDDER way to go? This is terriBULL. A COWtastrophe. But if it allows you to MILK your VACCAtion a little longer, I suppose that makes the whole discussion MOOt.Have a safe trip home, Janet! :)
Enjoy your down time. You can rest and relax until the cows come home!I made it back from the Midwest Writer's Workshop, which was great. Not quite as good as last year when Janet was the star, of course, but still good! As a bonus, I also saw cows.
Safe journeys. And Colin Bless you, son. My dry cleaning bill has gone up with this blog. Coffee spraying all over me with all the laughing. Boss giving me strange looks. It's all good.
Colin, that was dang near worthy of my mom. Nearly seven with one blow!
EM: I aim to entertain. Though I think your aim needs a little work. ;)Diane: *snap* I was going to include something about how CHEESEy that was. But I didn't DAIRY. Your mother sounds like a delightful and entertaining person with a keen sense of humor. I could learn much from her. :)
Colin, you have no idea. Mom is the kind of woman who can begin a day with a plan for some nice, civilized antiquing, and end up completely dismantling an ancient workbench along the way, just for the hammer-wielding fun of it.You are still a brave tailor! http://germanstories.vcu.edu/grimm/schneider_e.html
The Brave Little Tailor
Perhaps you'll get time to ruminate on the decision.
DSE: You deserve a PAT for that... :)
Colin Smith: I cud say the same for you.
Oh the punniness of it all! Reminds me of our visit to Cornwall last year. Twice a day the "traffic" was held up by the cows going to work and heading home. Will look for the pictures I took.We await your return with baited breath, Janet.And Colin, very cheesy puns.
Great hearing you speak at the VWG conference. Wish I had gotten a slot to pitch you! By the way, wonder if you sample any of Vermont's wild vodkas while up here? They make the stuff out of milk and even maple sap!
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