1. Are movie star sex symbols a thing of the past? Not at all. That’s like saying sex is a thing of the past. If that’s the case, then society really is fucked. 2. Who was your favorite sex symbol while you were growing up? Hands down, it was Elizabeth Taylor. I loved everything aboutContinue reading “TMI Tuesday: December 1, 2020: Sex Symbols”
My grandfather worked for the railroad. I remember the miniature train village at the Seattle Center inside of the Food Circus. I remember the Christmas window display at JC Penney’s of the miniature train set. If you put your hand against the handprint, you could make the train run or stop. I grew up wantingContinue reading “Toy Train Set”
This was a question and response on Quora and I’ve added my own response to it. “Why do people in their 60s think they are not old when they are about 85% through their lives? I turned 70 last year. If I lived in one of the countries where old people are revered — some,Continue reading “Getting Old”
Cream cheese igloo and olive penguins, the 4th picture of one that I made for a Christmas party in 1996. Visit the December Magic page for more holiday ideas.
A Pastor rears chickens on Church premises, and one evening a rooster, also known as a cock, went missing. In Church the next day, the Pastor asked – “who has a cock?” All the men stood up. He said – “No, I mean who has seen a cock?” All the women got up. Pastor –Continue reading “Funny of the Day: The Pastor’s Cock”
I do like the feel and taste of bacon in my mouth……
“Filmed on location in Europe and Plymouth Plantation and featuring dialogue taken from original source material, DESPERATE CROSSING: THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE MAYFLOWER catapults viewers back to the 1600s. Actors from the Royal Shakespeare Company join members of the Massachusetts Wampanoag tribe in creating dramatic period reenactments that bring to life the Pilgrims’ harrowingContinue reading “Movie of the Day: Desperate Crossing: The Untold Story of the Mayflower”
There is so much to be thankful for each day. Today we take the time to pause and acknowledge this special season of harvest and its traditions of sharing with those less fortunate. We take time to notice the labor of others, from farm to table, that culminates in this feast. Today we pause toContinue reading “Thanksgiving Blessing Written by an Atheist”