September 21, 2015

Life: It's A Little Joe!

Got too much crappola happening these days to properly triangulate a good post, but it's a Moanday (yes, yes, yes, OMG, yes!), so I needs to come up with something mildly entertaining.

First, a seriously short update on things:

1} Sent my books to be Kindled, so look for an announcement in October about it.
2} Added another 550 words to my latest epic non-fail.
3} Son turned 23 (23!) yesterday. Is finally realizing that as a guy, you will only win the battles with the girlfriend that she lets you win.
4} Work is work. To read an extended rant about it, please check my Tumblr blog.

Now, onto bigger and better things.

Once again, we uploaded yet another wickedly short and positively sleep inducing or mind settling video for your enjoyment. This one, like this one here, is of the same group of feathered friends that we shot over the July 4th holiday. And like the other, is about a minute long. Enjoy!



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12 comments:

  1. My son is 26. Wow. how they do grow up

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  2. That's why it's best not to battle with girlfriends and wives.
    I'm waiting for the video where the ducks all attack you.

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    1. Now that, would be interesting. I should try that the next time. Most of the birds at the park have almost no fear of humans.

      In re: to gf and wives, I simply nod my head and say, "yes dear".

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  3. All you need now is another 50-some minutes of video of the birds and an appropriate musical soundtrack and you'll have something. No idea what you'd have, but you'd have something.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Probably one long honkin' video of animal white noise: see the animal, be one with the animal, fall asleep to the animal.

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  4. Wow 23, it's kinda scary isn't it? Doesn't everyone want to win every battle? Your son is lucky he's got a girlfriend that lets him win any battles. :D

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    1. I did when I was his age. But, as I got older, I learned to simply nod my head and say, "yes dear." over and over again.

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  5. I'm looking forward to reading the extended rant. And if your son has learned this at 23, he's ahead of most!

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    1. It's a pretty good rant. There's a coda to it that I'll tell you about later.

      For a change of pace, he's really picking up on the nuances of a long term relationship.

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