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Texas Music Happenings In & Around Fort Worth Weekend of August 31, 2012
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Stockyards Music Festival @ Stockyards North Forty Field (Next to Billy Bob’s)– 12:00 – Start @ $35
I took this picture a few years back while driving to my niece’s graduation in Lubbock, Texas. I took the picture through the front windshield. You think I’m going to get out in the middle of this and take a picture? You better redneck-o-nize.
I drove right threw this storm, and I was probably more scared than I had ever been in my life. When we finally arrived at the graduation, approximately 3.27 yards of fabric had to be removed from my posterior section.
On a more serious note, my thoughts and prayers go out to all the people in the path of Hurricane Isaac.
Time for another installment of Stuff We Find In Our Yard.
Our dog was barking one night – like, nonstop barking. I flung open the back door to see what she was barking at. Since there’s a fence immediately to the left when you open the back door, I looked to the right. I didn’t see anything. I look down at the dog and notice she’s staring at something to my left. I slowly turn my head to the left and this dang thing is just sitting there on top of the fence staring at me.
I scream and do the only natural thing there is to do, and that’s run in and get my camera. I then scold the possum and tell him the least he could have done was bring his dang guitar and belted out He Stopped Loving Her Today.
|In the picture above, my child took the medicine twice a day for five days (the pink label is covering up the last day).|
|I’m going to miss this little butterfly lover while she’s in first grade.|
Everybody I show this picture to asks me, Is that a real butterfly on her face? And you can see the look of shock and awe on their faces when I say, Yes, that’s a real butterfly.
What I don’t tell them is that the butterfly is injured because the little one whose nose it’s sitting on hunted it down and mauled it until she broke its wing. Fly for your lives, little butterflies…fly for your lives.
We’ve been reading lots of books since tonsillectomy-o-rama came to town. We found a couple of cute books at the library this week.
First one is Yawn by Sally Symes. I’d say it’s for toddlers or preschoolers because it’s a board book.
Here’s the description from Barnes & Noble: