Ten more minutes, and it’s season kick-off for the Spurs. I have my Arctic Turn Nuggets ready to snack on. What does She mean, She has ways of making a polar bear talk? Hah! No related posts.
OK. It was my template. Even though “settings” were set for showing titles, the template never got modified. That’s done, but it doesn’t look quite right yet. No related posts.
Why won’t my titles publish? Her titles publish! It’s the same darn account. What’s up Blogger? I hate to play the prejudice card, but I’m beginning to thing you have something against polar bears. No related posts.
The Spurs season opener will be on TNT tomorrow night. I know where I plan to be. How about you? No related posts.
Basketball and the new NBA Season Pre-season is almost over, and I’m sure you’ve been wondering when I was going to mention the Spurs again. I think it’s wonderfully fitting now that She’s watching what may be the end of baseball’s World Series tonight. Why do they call it the … Continue reading →
Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends, Season 1 Boy am I happy. I loved this show as a kid. I caught it in re-runs–polar bears don’t usually live long enough for me to have been able to see it in the original release (you really didn’t know how technologically advanced we … Continue reading →
They left me alone for a week. I found plenty of things to play with while They were gone. I began thinking about my memoirs. I slept late, stayed up late, and ate way too much. Maybe I should think about trying out the roller blades again soon? Well. I’ll … Continue reading →
It’s lonely here now that He’s here. She’s completely ignoring me to play with Him. Anybody wanna’ play with a lonely, grouchy polar bear? No related posts.
Well, that hurricane wasn’t too bad. She went off and left me with no power or telephone while She ran off to Greece and Turkey. Fortunately, I don’t really give a hang for either power or the telephone. I’ve survived many years in the wild without either, thank you very … Continue reading →
She went through Hurricane Opal in Montgomery, AL, back in October 1995, and was without power for four days. This is my first hurricane, though, so I’ll share some of my thoughts. This area had good warning, and they began preparing for a much stronger storm earlier this week. As … Continue reading →