Monday, January 28, 2008

In The Backyard

So you think Bob is feeding the backyard critters enough?

You Do The Caption

Monday, January 21, 2008

Milo at Thanksgiving Dinner Table

Waiting patiently for his turn.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Could It Have Been the POLLS?

I am about to turn off CNN and everybody else. They are way too over analyzing how the polls could have gotten it so wrong yesterday. In case you have been sleeping the last 36 hours -- they are talking about the polls predicting Obama's double digit lead over Clinton in NH. Some are saying white people lied to the pollers saying "sure, I can vote for a Black man", then did not. A lot are saying Hillary's human moment did it with the sisters. None of these did it, people. It was the media's constant reminder that they already knew what New Hampshire was going to do. The media was starting to write her off. Thousands of people in NH put it up for her. They were not ready to let this be the end of this historic race.

I have not made a choice between the three Democrats. I am intent on listening to them debate and talk about issues that need talking about. And if I had been a resident in NH on Tuesday, I would have been out there voting to lift up the underdog. Because the Polls were telling me to do just that.

Good Movie

Bob & I went to the movie, "Juno" the other night. It was a great movie. The people seemed so real. Next door people. At work people. That's what I liked about this movie -- I didn't have to imagine anything and I expected to see these people later.

The movie is about a 16 year old who finds herself pregnant. She's a bright girl and very witty.

My sister has said she will probably buy the DVD of this one, and I agree. I probably would catch a lot more of the dialog the second time around.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

New Year Resolution

I found this quote made by Benjamin Franklin and I think it works just fine to use every year as it just covers it all.

"Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man."

I am working on the vices. No problems with the neighbors so far. And I'll start that search for the better man tomorrow.