Tar and Abby

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Abby is alarmed about this...

Death Star piloted by a cat!!!

If your kitty has a few solar systems to dominate you can order it HERE 

I did point out to her that there was one piloted by a dog further down the page but Abby knows, like we all do, that cats have many hidden powers and they are biding their time.

Monday, February 12, 2018

The best part of having a

a daughter-in-law is passing along all the stories of her new husband and his siblings as children :-)


   Daughter and her friends used to play with Barbies for a time. Barbie seemed to always be in peril. I would find her tied up awaiting, I was told, rescue from Ken. Not sure what Ken was doing but rescuing Barbie was not high on his agenda. I started calling this phenomena "Barbies in Bondage".

   Then poor Barbie fell into the hands of her twin brother and his friends, all part of the Neighborhood Tribe. Barbie was tied to a rocket and launched into space. Not sure how far she went up but she came down with evidence of her perilous journey.

  Barbie lived out her days in the Haunted House we set up at Halloween.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Grand-doggies :-)

Walking in Seattle. xoxoxoxo

Sunday, January 21, 2018

March in San Francisco

My sister-in-law at the march in San Francisco. :-)

Monday, January 15, 2018

Slowly, slowly, slowly

The landslide-yet-to-happen.
Is growing about a foot a day.
They expect it will reach the point of no return in 4 to 6 weeks.
If it goes in the river the mess will end up down here. The end of
the Yakima is right down from our house where it empties in the

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Eastern WA waiting

A slide is waiting to happen. Cracks have opened up and are getting bigger.
I-82 is the road most of us use to get to Seattle. About an hour+ from our area.
And there are folks who live below the quarry.
Folks are doing everything they can to prepare. Bless them all.

This bit in the article cracked me up:

"All 67 locals living next to the landslide have evacuated and are staying in hotels. On Monday, Yakima Emergency Management have been looking for temporary homes all of their pets. 120 chickens, 10 dogs, two horses, one duck and two turkeys to be exact."