Monday, December 17, 2007

A Daisy of a Day

I have to admit I saw this on Byron's blog, The Life of Tug, and just about fell in the floor. I thought of all the possible slogans, such as "The family that shoots together, stays together." I, personally, never received a Daisy rifle or BBgun under the Christmas tree, but my sister did, and my brother did, and my cousins did. And each time, it was a Christmas to remember! And, no, no one ever shot his or her eye out, nor did they shoot us, or even a stray rabbit or squirrel as I recall. It was mostly icicles and pop cans that fell before the fusillade of shot.

"Wild West Blog" is still inacessible. I am fearful of being too critical since this blog too may disappear into the ether, but needs to find a better way of discerning what is and is not spam. The Blogger Gestapo is not the answer! Apparently, a lot of other people have had this problem, so I'll pass along the warning that your blog is subject to be pulled at any time with no warning. Which seems to be the nature of the type of Monday everyone I know is having. Carol had bad dreams, Cheryl called to whine, Tom is frustrated with his computer ills and I have a boring class tonight that I do not wish to attend. I thought the cartoon my brother, Dave Chuber, sent was especially appropriate today:


Leslie Shelor said...

Looks like Wild West Blog is back, if I clicked on the right link!

Deb Goodrich said...

Yep, Leslie, after several emails the blog was released. Have no idea why it was flagged in the first place, but just alerts us all to back up our blogs if we want to keep the content.