Editor’s note: You may or not realize that today is Friday. That’s understandable, given the minor inconvenience of The Defining Event Of Our Generation. So if the global pandemic has all of your days running into each other like a pileup of oatmeal at the bottom of a hill, this post should refill you with […]
Norman is not normal. This is a compliment.
There will always be big names. There will always be star turns. But, thank the Lord, there will also always be hidden heroes.
Here’s something worth thinking about. If you meet someone named Gus, is it short for August, Augustine, Augustus, or Asparagus?
Oh youze guyze… …it’s here… …it’s back…
I’m not so sure about luck. Lucky Charms are excellent. Luck dragons* rock my socks. Four leaf clovers, Irish jigs, the Waterboys and green oatmeal** make for a very happy March 17th. But as for “luck” itself, the idea that things happen according to some blind roll of the cosmic dice…I’m not buying it. This […]
Hear ye, hear ye: Petfinder.com has dubbed today (August 12th) Adopt-a-Less-Adoptable-Pet Day. If you ask us at Tabby’s Place, nobody’s unadoptable, and every day is adoption day. Nevertheless, I love that Petfinder is shining the spotlight on the underdogs (and, especially, undercats) today.
My brain almost exploded when attempting to come up with the title for this post. The number of ideas involving cats and Kentucky was higher than the national debt, so, ultimately, I just had to pick the one that tells the story. And “Southern hospitality” is very much the shape of the story.