The shaman had a vendetta against his foes, so he cast a spell that would render them speechless for a month. This way, he could gather all the shamans together and come up with a plan for total destruction. Once his plan was put in place, the head shaman would relocate to parts unknown.
Yesterday, we took a drive to Runaway Bay in Bridgeport, Tx to look at lake lots. There was no snow, but snow sometimes makes me think of clouds, so here is a cool cloud we saw along the way that to me, looks like a dragon! (Try to ignore the reflections in the glass.)
When we got back, after visiting a couple of friends in other cities, my latest issue of Theraputic Thymes was here and my article was so beautifully done and it spans 12 pages! Y’all! I am so stoked, you have to check it out! I’ve been writing for TT for about 4 years now, and this is the best one yet. On top of that, there are some really good articles besides mine in there with subjects ranging from bees and why they need weeds for their diets to the importance of traditions in a non-traditional time.
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Have a blessed Sunday and I’ll see you all tomorrow 🤗
“Your prompt for #JusJoJan and Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: ‘first thing.’ Start your post with the words, ‘first thing’ and go from there. Bonus points if you end your post with the last thing. Have fun!”
First thing I had to pee. Sorry, folks, but we all do it, don’t we? Haha, but then, the first thing I did was make some apple cider vinegar tea because I was BAD last night! When I’m bad, I drink that before I ever get my coffee. I call it my “mistake eraser” but really it is my detox method for when I’ve eaten or drank too much sugar or alcohol. Last night was “date night” and I might have overindulged just a bit. (I know, I know, we normally do date night on Thursday’s, but we couldn’t bring ourselves to go until last night because he was too tired and I had been with my dad longer than usual, so we stayed in.)
You really can’t blame me with the times being what they are, can you? I mean, then pile on family stress, a crappy day, or whatever else might be going on…like family drama and blam! The drinking might commence. Last night’s beverage of choice was — you might have guessed — tequila! Or, to kill ya, lol! It wasn’t as bad as my younger, dumber days, but still…
Dave and I came home from our typical date night dinner at Frijoles and played many games of pool — the new pool cues he bought us a couple of weeks ago are awesome btw — and called it a night around 11. We were sufficiently numb and pretty tired from not sleeping much the night before. Last thing we did was not for a family audience, so I’ll leave that up to your wild imaginations. 😘 😜