Anni over at Hootin Anni's has asked for prayer for this family who was affected by Hurricane Ike. Pea posted this and as of her posting they still didn't know if they had a house left or not. Update: I just went over to check Anni's site and she says their house is still standing but has lots of damage including mold which has already started growing! Power won't be restored for about three weeks and water/sewer for two months. This family is very upbeat and has a place to live for now but still needs our prayers along with so many other folks that have lost so much due to this storm. Anni also has a Halloween craft posted today that is so cute! Go on over a take a looksy! :0)
If you want a REALLY good belly laugh go over to In The Midst Of This Season and read Toni's post on Lucille Ball Lives On. It is one of the funniest posts I have read in a long time and if you are drinking soda at the time of reading, it will most likely come out your nose so be forewarned!! I am not kidding. Donna over at Just Me sent us over to this site and it is hilarious!
This is a shot of Lil' Bud's eye. I love horses eyes, they are so soulful. You can tell a lot about a horse if he/she has a kind eye. Funsize is going to be busy this weekend as she is staying here taking care of our horses plus taking care of all of the horses at the stable!I guess it was a slow news day:
Man charged with pooper-scooper assault
By Kim Lincoln The Courier-Gazette Reporter
WARREN (Sep 15): A Warren man was taken to Knox County Jail on Sunday after he assaulted another man with a pooper-scooper, according to police.
Deputy Danielle Welch responded to an assault at -- Tolman Road in Warren on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Perry A. , 53, was arrested after he allegedly hit a man in the head with a small metal shovel used to scoop dog waste. He was having an argument with the other man, police said.
He was charged with aggravated assault, said Chief Deputy Ernie McIntosh of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.
The alleged victim was treated at the scene by Warren Rescue but refused transportation to a hospital, McIntosh said.
Welcome to my world! lol!
One last random item. I have grown gourds in my veggie garden this year. I have quite a few different shapes and sizes. What I want to know is do any of you know what to put on them after picking so that they won't rot? I have some spray polyurethane, does that work? Let me know if you know. Thanks!
Have a good weekend everyone!!!