I will fill-in the first 2 sentences and Kali the last two.
1. The Winter Olympics….. IS A GREAT TEST OF MAN’S AND WOMAN’S ENDURANCE DURING A TAXING EXHIBIT OF STRENGTH AND INTELLECT. HOWEVER, WE DON’T WANT TO SEE IT. JUST TELL US WHO WON AND WE’LL BE HAPPY FOR THEM AND THEIR COUNTRY.
Here I am glued to some rerun on TV. They don’t show any new shows during the Olympics. Notice, I’m dressed for a southern movie.
2. I think the most romantic movie (or book) is…..PSYCHO. WHY PSYCHO? THAT’S EASY. IT SHOWS HOW DEDICATED A MAN IS TO HIS MOTHER AND THE INTENSE LOVE/HATE BOND THAT EXISTS.
Here I am Peeking around the corner to see if Norman Bates is in our bathroom.
My turn, Shoko. Make room for the queen. Some queen…your servants need their demands met…..like more treats at bedtime. I can’t hear you, my tiara is covering my ears.
3. Recently, I had an odd experience when…..SHOKO WANTED ME TO PLAY, SO SHE HIT ME IN THE FACE. THIS HAD THE OPPOSITE EFFECT ON ME AND I HIT HER IN THE FACE BACK AGAIN. SHE LOOKED TICKED. SHE SOON LEARNED THIS WAS NOT THE WAY TO ASK ME TO PLAY.
4. I believe that love…. MUST BE EARNED. OH YA, THERE IS THE IMMEDIATE, “HUBBA HUBBA” WHEN A HOT MALECAT GOES WALKING BY BUT WITHOUT THE TRUST AND GIVING FEELING TOWARD EACH OTHER, YOU HAVE NOTHING. WHO NEEDS THE HASSLE.
It’s Remembrance Day Shoko. A day to honour not only our vets but all vets, whether they be 4 legged and furry or 2 legged furless wonders. It doesn’t matter what side they fought for either, they are all veterans.
Mom and dad were at Omaha Beach with Phenny and his mom and dad from Easy Blog.
There are several beaches that saw Canadian and American Troops landing for battle along the Normandy coast.Imagine a teenager advancing from his boat to climb the hills in order to fight the enemy. Also, imagine another teenager, fighting for the other side, pointing weapons to kill the advancing troops. A death struggle, each fighting for their country and its ideals. WHAT A HORRIBLE WASTE! The Canadian Cemetery for those killed on Normandy’s Beaches during that fateful attack. Walking through the rows and rows of tombstones, the ages of the troops was astonishing. A few were in their 40’s but the majority were teenagers and young adults. There are no old men in this cemetery. The youth of the era willing to sacrifice everything for their country.
So on the 11th month, of the 11th day at the 11th hour, we will spend a minutes silence in respect for all Veterans service, not only Canada.