Tuesday, December 11, 2007

The Split Beaver Edition

Bought this loaf of bread today. Is it just me, or would Judy Chicago buy this on eBay?



It has rained a lot lately, and the temperature is more Atlanta-like than here-like.



The english muffins are finally showing some mold and a bit of disintegration. One was stepped on and it turned to sawdust. Or something like sawdust, but not as pure. Yes, I should bake my own. Valerie says it's easy. Yeah, sure, have you seen my kitchen?



Happy news is that I have spotted two youngster-bunnies today. One looks like he belongs to Black Bart and Barbara Bobo - who both live in the back part of the property. He is living in the shed, I think. I saw him nibbling grass under my car this morning. I put out bowls of pellets and water.

This one belongs to Jackie Brown and most likely, Dickie! Circle of life and all that. Dickie was and Jackie Brown is one of the front yard bunnies. They live under the front porch, okay, the entire house, probably. I'm all atwitter with delight. Babies! Here is Buster and Jackie Brown. Jackie won't let me get anywhere this near to her. Shows you how vicious and intimidating Buster is. Must be the Rottweiler in him.



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Goodness, what old cultural references those are! Both Judy Chicago and Jackie Brown resonate with me, and I suppose betray us both as "women of a certain age". But you're right, they fit!
Nancy NeverSwept

FUZZARELLY said...

In my humble opinion, everyone should know about Judy Chicago and her groundbreaking art in the seventies. If you do not know who she is, remember the word Google.

Jackie Brown is one fine movie no matter your age. As long as it's over fifteen. Fourteen. Twelve.

FUZZARELLY said...

NancyNeverSwept,

You didn't say a word about Barbara Bobo. Want to borrow my Nick Danger album?

Yes. I want a pizza to go - with no anchovies.

Anonymous said...

"Nick Danger, Third Eye," how could I forget? Do you also have a Betty Jo Bialoski? Except I always order anchovies!
Nancy NeverSwept

Valerie said...

That bread loaf is fabulous. I'm glad to see Dickie has progeny.. was sorry to hear he was gone. It's a little challenging being a yard bunny, I guess. Nothing as cute as a baby bunny, though.