Sunday, October 31, 2010
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Monday, October 25, 2010
Just As Good
I went to the movies this weekend and saw Paranormal Activity 2. Without going into any details, it was really good and just as good as the first one, maybe even better.
In the past, I have written about the interesting things that happened around me, I have grown accustomed to the noises on the steps near the same time every night. I don't catch myself taking a second look when I think I see something out of the corner of my eye, I probably just need to get my vision checked.
Anyhow, since viewing the movie, it got me to thinking that I need to become more aware of my surroundings at home again. I'm sure lots of folks have experienced something that can't be explained: a noise upstairs, a tingling up your spine, a feeling that gives you goosebumps. Have you watched a scary movie and then spooked yourself? Were you afraid to go down in the basement? Did you leave a light on?
Happily, my experiences haven't frightened me. I'm usually left with more of a sense of curiosity than a sense of fear. I won't be breaking out the spell books (not that I have any) or burning incense anytime soon but I will keep my mind open and start listening again. You never know, someone may be trying to tell me something.
Labels: Paranormal Activity 2, weird happenings
Friday, October 22, 2010
Labels: cable tv, subscription channels
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Wordless Wednesday...Last Of The Summer Blooms
Posted by Gianetta at 11:16 AM 4 comments
Labels: late honeysuckle blooms
Monday, October 18, 2010
Good Riddance, At Last
Posted by Gianetta at 11:30 AM 1 comments
Labels: junky lawn mowers, yard sales
Friday, October 15, 2010
|****I wrote this last year when I was having a yardsale. I'm having another sale this year and everything is still pretty much the same. Enjoy!****
So, I was crazy enough to have another yard sale before winter set in, by myself. I asked mom if she wanted to come help but she thought I was nuts for trying to have a sale this late in the year and she wasn't participating. (I guess it didn't matter that I was selling some of her stuff)
Anyhow, midway between my umpteenth visit to the basement, attic, and storage building, my back gave out. I backed into the metal part on my utility trailer and gave myself a six inch long bruise and then I sprained my ankle when I doubled over in pain from bumping the trailer.
Needless to say, it was after 10:30 AM this morning before I had put my signs up by the road, and by yard sale standards, that was extremely late if I hoped to make any money.
Since I live at the bottom of a hill I get a lot of folks that slow down and then realize that I am at the bottom of a hill and keep on going. Fine! If you're too lazy to get out and look then you probably want to complain about the prices of everything and want me to sell you a twenty-five dollar item for twenty-five cents. Keep going, I don't want your business anyway.
The first guy that pulled up wanted to by my utility trailer.
The second guy that pulled up wanted to buy my utility trailer.
The third guy that pulled up wanted to buy my utility trailer.
The fourth guy that pulled up wanted to know if I had any mowers I wanted to get rid of. Now, that's a loaded question. I've discussed before about my piece of crap mower and what you don't know is that the danged thing broke down again earlier this year. I took the guy to the basement and showed him the mower and he started asking if my tools, my fishing poles, and my Christmas decorations were for sale. He made me a tad nervous so I hightailed it back up front.
Later, someone wanted to buy my leaf rake. Another wanted to by a bistro table (which I don't have) and someone else wanted to buy a microwave.
Mom called early afternoon and asked how things were going. I was bellyaching about my bruised butt (which was the part that ran into the trailer), my ankle that I had wrapped in an ace bandage that was horribly swollen and how everyone wanted to buy everything, especially my trailer, that wasn't for sale. Mom's response: "I didn't know you was selling your trailer. How much you want for it?"
Posted by Gianetta at 12:04 AM 0 comments
Labels: yard sales
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Conversations On The Recent Cold Snap
Labels: cold snaps, family conversations
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
What Would You Do?
Posted by Gianetta at 12:01 AM 7 comments
Labels: Chilean miners, trapped below ground
Friday, October 8, 2010
Do They Sing Along?
Labels: great music, sing along
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Something For Your Enjoyment
|I was visiting other blogs randomly, and came across a French blog that was filled with wonderful videos and photos. This video is spectacular and makes me smile. I hope you enjoy it and be sure to
check the blog that it came from.
Posted by Gianetta at 11:29 AM 5 comments
Labels: french blogs
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Posted by Gianetta at 12:04 AM 1 comments
Labels: sealed envelopes
Monday, October 4, 2010
When Good Dinners Go Bad
Posted by Gianetta at 12:04 AM 1 comments
Labels: bad meals
Friday, October 1, 2010
Recipes From My New Cookbook
Posted by Gianetta at 12:04 AM 9 comments
Labels: hillbilly recipes, white trash cooking
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