However, Blogspot/Google had other plans. Nothing worked, nothing downloaded. I tried. I went to bed and got up twice in the night to try again. Nada.
Usually I load in groups of 20. Today I had to load in groups of 5, taking an extremely long time. At last things are loaded, late morning Saturday, but rather than prepare the post, I prefer to go spend time with my beloved grandson who has been, at 9 months, jaunting about Europe for the past month and is wanting to tell me about his adventures.
And home. The Grandson was perfection; his travel-exhausted parents were pleased to have someone divert his attention so they could unpack. All I can say is I am totally in love with that infant who recognized me after a month of being held and loved by European strangers. Apparently in Portugal, if you are carrying a baby, everyone loves you but expects an exchange with the infant. Anyhow, it is dinner time on Saturday. I am eating fresh strawberries and plain yogurt for dinner. Life is good!
And now your cartoons are going to be late but, please, enjoy!
Since potential war with Iran is being talked about a lot, we thought this might be a good time for a quick retrospective to show just how the Ayatollahs got the idea that America could be pushed around.
Jumping ahead, let's consider Obama's infamous "Iran Deal," which was intended to be the centerpiece of his legacy. And, if war breaks out, it actually may be...
He said that in this instance, the place was jam-packed but he noticed that during the event people slipped out the door. Not a lot, but enough that he noticed. My thought is they might have been considering the confusion after the rally or were already exhausted from waiting for the event to begin.
What a silly woman! Truly silly.