Clyde is still working with a sore knee and not joking around much. I think the funny barometer will rise as the pain decreases.
Anyway, a funny thing happened to me on Facebook the other day that reminded me of a favorite show, The Middle. A friend sent me a message proclaiming his love for me. He is always complimenting my artwork so I didn’t want to be harsh. I thanked him and said I didn’t think he should be saying that to a married woman.
He apologized, said he was married too, and had been hitting the moonshine. On a favorite episode of The Middle, Frankie tells Mike after a great party that she would like to invite all their friends over for a party.
She sent them emails that night and in the morning when she sobered up and realized she didn’t really want to have a big party, she said, “We need a breathalyzer on that computer!” Love it! I think that Facebook friend needs one, too. That wasn’t the first time he had sent me a strange message.
As I have said many times, I love to laugh and I try to have something funny on my blog. My father was hilarious and he always ended a conversation with a joke. He knew how to live!
Clyde cracks me up all the time and I depend on him for funnies. I didn’t have anything for today so I called him up and asked him if he had a funny. Not today. He said his hurt knee has kicked his funny bone right off.
Even when he can’t think of anything he comes up with something! Love it! Here is one I saw on the internet that Clyde can relate to.
A doctor is talking to the Gingerbread man about his hurt knee.
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I am real pleased to sell a large print of Color Ripples on The Blue Ridge to a great California patron! The owner of the painting is also in California! Prints will always be available. Click on the link below and look to the right for all the options!
Color Ripples on The Blue Ridge Original Oil Painting SOLD
I am still considering all the phobias I have and I mentioned my knee phobia to a friend and she agreed and added hip phobia. At a certain age you realize that exercise and keeping your weight down may not be enough.
Clyde is still recovering from knee surgery and I am worried about my knees. Oh well, to quote a favorite movie, Strictly Ball Room, a life lived in fear is half lived. I wonder if I am even at a quarter lived with all my fears.
Saw a good funny phobia today. I have a phobia of german sausage. Yes, I fear the wurst. Love it!
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Check out my latest Chicago Skyline Beauty painting! This is the first stage but I think it may be the last. I like the spontaneous flowing paint which I will probably lost if I work on it again. Decisions, decisions, decisions!
Chicago Flow Original 12″ x 9″ Acrylic Painting $236
I have a lot of fears. I am a very timid person. I am afraid of heights and I have no desire to get in an airplane unless I have to. If God had meant us to fly he would have given us wings. I know you can’t get away with saying that one anymore but I say it anyway. No one can get me on a motorcycle. They don’t have seat belts.
All of the doors to my house are practically barricaded. If I were a crook I would just walk in and if someone is home I would say, “Whoops! I guess I wrote down the wrong address.” Recently a thief that specialized in stealing things from homes said that on TV and I was not surprised. I have been saying that for years.
Anyway, since Clyde’s knee surgery I have a new fear. I am afraid of my knees. He takes good care of himself and so do I so I am worried I will tear the meniscus, too. I didn’t kick real hard last night at Line Dance Class. I don’t think there is a term for knee phobia but I definitely have it. I guess that’s one for the books! LOL!