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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Never say, "oops." Always say, "Ah, interesting." ~Author Unknown

For reasons of sheer (fill in the blank)'s post landed here...if you're so inclined. I have no idea how to get it back where it belongs. You can never say that blogging with me is dull!


seekingmyLord said...

LOL! You are such a delight!

I hope your garden survives those hungry grasshoppers!

Anonymous said...

Yuk - grasshoppers eat absolutely everything in sight.

How on earth did your post wind up there? lol

Anonymous said...

Aaargh - that takes the cake! I knew someone who used to pull the heads off grasshoppers (ugh!), but snipping them in half? Erk! I say this from the standpoint of one who is seriously phobic about grasshoppers and who has been known to refuse to re-enter a house until the grasshopper found therein was removed by someone else. There is no way I am visitng your garden again without protection. Ever.


Ganeida said...

HS4Christ: I *think* I was posting something else & forgot to make sure I was where I should be when I was done. lol. It was being *one of those days*.

Siano! I see you worked out how to post here. I was missing your delightful & unexpected visits! Now you know perfectly well we don't allow grasshoppers in the house. Issi cleans then up. Moths now....! I had a 6'' one arrive out of nowhere & land in my hair the other night. I did not cope well!

Anonymous said...

Moths are fine. Grasshoppers are _never_ fine. Please tell Issi he is not allowed to bring any in the house when I am visiting (which I _hope_ to be doing in the 2nd half of May, BTW). Sorry about the long silence -- busy and nothing much of interest to say.

*Off-topic* Am currently reading Peter Singer's The Life You Save. Have you read any of his work? I like him; apart from anything else, he is the only philopher I can understand :-)