Blood, Sweat, and Tears

"Writing styles are not easy to come by, they are forged by fire, they are cooled by the tears of ones own eyes, and they are oiled by the authors own blood; sheathing that style is an entirely new level of pain." - Shy willow

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Daily Garble 6/2/11

Welcome to June 2, 2011.

Today in history in 1886 President Cleveland was married, in the White House no less!

California has a new very interesting bill being worked through the system right now. Although I can say that I am not surprised at this bill, I can still say that I am very amazed that people think they should have the right to direct a business dress code. These people have the right to dress as they please any other time than at work, just as do all Americans that work for a business that enforces a dress code. The one thing that immediately comes to mind is being pulled over for a routine traffic stop by a policeman dressed as woman. I do believe I would seriously question the integrity of our local police force, and most specifically the officer pulling me over! I don't know that I could feel safe to trust a policeman chasing down a criminal in high heels!!

Just when you thought it was safe to go outside.... the illness season may not quite be over yet!!

Living in the northern part of the US I am still anxiously awaiting the day I get to go and plant our veggie garden. We have several seeds started inside, and many cute little baby plants. We are nearing the time when they get to enjoy some fresh air... and so am I! So far we have built our compost bin, planted two blackberry twigs, two medium sized apple trees, relocated our garden, framed a strawberry patch, and spread some more grass seed. Although typing and reading this list may seem like a great deal, in all actuality I am gnashing at the bit to get outside and play in dirt that is both warm and not sopping wet! However another factor that we are dealing with today goes into the mix, WIND, lots and lots of wind.

Thanks for Stopping By
~Shy Willow
*originally published on A Mom's Handbook. com

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