By now, 99.99% of America has seen the cleaning sprays, disinfectants, soaps and wet wipes that kill 99.99% of germs. I wonder, and so do you, what terrible things might that left over .01% of germs do if they organize and take over America’s homes.
Tag Archives: Autumn
These are a few photos taken yesterday and today. Forgive the Formatting. The captions sort of explain things.
She doesn’t know that the Turtle ate a Bird last year and she didn’t listen when I told her. Molly is an Ecclectus Parrot. Please don’t give people pets for getting married. This bird is on my hit list. If anything happens to her, my whole family is going to say I’m good for the murder.
A Libra Sun shines apologetically this morning, not quite warming the tiny Chick-a-dees as they work the frozen ground scrounging for food. The deer are back, already looking thinner and tired. I miss the magical Autumn colors, my camera is even sulking.