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[I'm skipping the boring part and just typing the amusing part :-)]

Subject: Just wait - I installed a little sign at raccoon level by my garbage cans that stated We Are Not Mormons - and my cans were never bothered again.

I said something like that to Mrs.
Yes, it's tragic - we could now have one of the finest collections of
cat-related ex votos in central Maryland.

Thanks again, Friends.

A Berlin-style Airlift is mounted, and the pigs descend, as shown above.
He prefers it without dressing. A bear ignores the conversazione.
Walked back to the circle.

By the way, the archives of his fabulous Richard's Poor Almanac are now available on the Washington Post's site.

Just wait - I installed a little sign at raccoon level by my garbage
cans that stated We Are Not Mormons - and my cans were never bothered
again. How I wish that Yeast-Vite had been invented.

The top is worked in an eight-pointed spiral star medallion; the lace
patterns used on the sides are called "Cat's paw" and "Janus,"
respectively.

Also recieved: a selection of fine Wisconsin cheeses from my brother
Granville, and a couple of bottles of superior booze from my sister
Flavia - Framboise Sauvage, and an old Grand Champagne cognac.

Must lay in a supply for the slivovitz aftereffects. I said something
like that to Mrs.
Many have doubted that a blog entry combining "squid" and "smoking cap"
could ever be written.

Many have doubted that a blog entry combining "squid" and "smoking cap"
could ever be written.

Once again, the Museum's Collection Committee has refused to try to acquire it, just like all the superb cat-related ex votos. I
declined but she was so cute.

The explosion of a previously unexploded Luftwatte bomb reveals a buried
medieval treasure-trove, including a parchment scroll.
The story reminds me of my own personal struggle with raccoons.

How I wish that Yeast-Vite had been invented.
By the way, the archives of his fabulous Richard's Poor Almanac are now available on the Washington Post's site.

Whitehall is alarmed - negotions between Burgundy and HM Government go
nowhere, and a state of siege is declared. Also featured in a brief
cameo is a de Havilland DH. IT was meant to give German hunters
something else to shoot at.

The hat itself is made by knitting lace out of wool yarn.

She got stuck on the roof of the porch of the Historic Cottage the other
evening and had to be rescued with a ladder. Yes, it's tragic - we could now have one of the finest collections of cat-related ex votos in
central Maryland. And you'll also want the book, too. Thousands of
spivs, wideboys, and costermongers descend on Burgundy and turn it into
a wild no-holds barred free trade zone.
In the latest of a series of strange but nerdish dreams, I dreamt the other night that I had a job interview at the Bureau of Labor
Statistics. In the latest of a series of strange but nerdish dreams, I dreamt the other night that I had a job interview at the Bureau of Labor
Statistics.

Pimilico, a London neighborhood, is muddling through the rationing and shortages of the grim post-war period. And from my dear colleague Martha Norbeck-Wallingford, a superb aviation-themed Syroco object, a companion piece to an earlier gift - I'll post a snap of it later on.
Professor Hatton-Jones. An elderly neighbor, Mrs.

Thanks again, Friends.
One of the books is a fine new edition of Roald Dahl's The Gremlins,
illustrated by Disney artist Bill Justice.

Above, Gremlin Gus and Pilot Officer Gus take their brolly after
Jerry prangs their kite. So far, I've found three distinct ways to wear it. Walked back to the circle.

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squealnakedcatj
Aug. 12th, 2007 07:05 am (UTC)
Was beginning to have doubts about your sanity...
...then remembered the subject line of your posting. Indeed, thanks for posting that. Quite amusing ;)
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