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So Much Entertainment in One Post!

I've been diverted by some great websites lately. I thought I would share the wealth:

Cake Wrecks - completely addicting and may not be appropriate for work, only because you will hoot with laughter out loud. Content is very work-friendly. However, it does touch on something I thought I was the only one seeing. What is it with cake decorators and the quotation marks?

Apostrophe Abuse - my geeky side is revealed. I found this while searching desperately for the "Student's for McCain" pens. (Oh please oh please let me get one of those pens with the punctuation error!) I am by no means an advanced grammarian. But even my elementary school education is offended by the apparent amnesia everyone suffers as soon as they leave school. This is a pet peeve of mine and happens frequently. By professionals who should know better! So I really enjoy this site's humor. Finally, someone agrees with me. And has photographic proof!

It's Lovely! I'll Take It! Another great one that gets pretty consistent giggling and the occasional hoot out loud that startles the dogs. I found this one so addicting I sat down and went through the entire site archive. Mesmerizing. And if this is any indication of how houses are being marketed, no wonder nothing is selling!

The Sneeze. The tree brain is back! You should read the entire tree brain archive. And then read Steve Don't Eat That. Funny funny site!

Passive Aggressive Notes. This is a little like a car wreck or accidentally overhearing someone's private conversation. You know it would be better if you looked away but you just can't. I think this has cured me of ever leaving any passive aggressive notes of my own.

Just so the post isn't all text I'll include some cute dog pictures.

Daisy curls up very strangely on the couch to sleep. Most of the time she adores it when I sit on the edge of the couch and use the laptop on the footstool because then she can wedge herself behind me. I've tried to take pictures of it but you can imagine how they end up looking. So here is one where she "curled" up next to me and then slept so soundly her mouth was hanging open.

I had a few of these cardboard poster tubes in the living room as I weeded through things that have been in storage for a while. Frankie found one and it entertained him for WEEKS! He loved carrying it around, tossing it, and best of all he loved slowly tearing it apart. Here he is having a great time and Daisy looking on jealously. She enjoyed the tubes too.


Daisy and Frankie look awfully comfy.