I don’t remember jokes. For some reason, neither the set-ups nor the punchlines stick in my mind for any length of time. A friend of mine, who has since moved on to that big comedy club in the sky (I’m assuming that’s where he went, though that’s not a given), used to be able to rattle off joke after joke. I was always in awe of his ability to find just the right combination of funny stories for any occasion.
One of the few jokes I do remember, for some reason, involves the butcher who backed into his meat-grinder and got a little behind in his work. That’s the way I’ve been feeling for the last few days; my contribution to my “photo-a-day” project has lagged. Oh, I’ve been shooting; I just haven’t been posting. Well, today, there are three new photos taken over the last couple of days.
- I got a shot of Abby, our Old English Sheepdog, in an unusually calm pose.
- The sun was streaming through the window and caught our Christmas poinsettia in a colorful pose.
- Last night, about midnight, we had nine deer in our front yard foraging for acorns. I processed and processed one of the photos to give the scene (of one of the deer feeding alone) a mysterious feel.
All the photos are under the tab 365 at the top.