Friday, November 16, 2007

Another Installment of...

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Copyright Rita Woodburne


This is one of those times that I wish I wasn't on dial-up (when don't I wish I wasn't on dial-up) so I could find some sound file to put here. Something along the lines of Masterpiece Theatre, you know, with harpsichords and violins and all that hoity-toity stuff. Why would I want to do this? Well, because it's time for another installment of:


Revelations from the Drawing Board

- I can’t help but think that the folks that named ‘I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter’ have a lot of misplaced skepticism.

- Only in the country during hunting season does fashion marry practicality with the introduction of neon orange as a staple colour in one’s wardrobe.

- As someone whose hair is approaching waist length I have learned the valuable lesson to never, ever be frugal when it comes to purchasing hair conditioner.

- Using the Express Line checkout at the grocery store means that you will invariably get stuck behind the person that can’t remember their PIN when using their debit card to pay (“was it my Aunt’s dog’s birthday... or the day I got my driver’s license?”...)

- “Beating dead horse” is really no way to get your point across.

- Is it just me, or does anyone else become giddy with irony in knowing that Britney Spears’ titled her new album “Blackout”?


We (in the Royal sense) thank you for visiting and hope you will return again next week. Have an awesome week-end!

4 comments:

DrowseyMonkey said...

You've inspired me to dig out my old art projects...not that I'm any where near your talent...but I do it just as a hobby. Your work is beautiful.

Rita said...

Thanks for the kudos, Drowsey! What a fantastic compliment to say that I inspired you, you just made my Monday! :D

Lisa B. said...

Ah yes, hunting season. The time of year when my husband turns into Grizzly Adams and my kitchen turns into an armory. Did you know that black powder looks just like pepper?

When I lived in the boonies, I always wore florescent orange to rake leaves. Some people will shoot at anything.

Rita said...

Oooh Lisa, I cringed when I read the gunpowder/ pepper comment!
...then I wondered what it tastes like. :p

It's true too, some people will shoot at anything. I started wearing the Other Half's flourescent construction vest when I'm out walking the dogs or riding...that and I talk really loudly to the animals. So it's just a normal day, really.