OKAY - (Dumb) Joke Time:
When I was younger - my mom had a couple jokes that she told everyone. Multiple times. I'd roll my eyes teasing her -I wish she was here to tell them again.
Answers at the bottom of my post.
1. How is the capitol of Kentucky pronounced? 'Louie' ville or 'Louis' ville?
2. What does a duck do when it flies upside down.
Courtesy of daughter:
3. Why does the cookie go to the doctor?
4. Why does the chicken cross the road?
5. What is black and white and read/red all over?
Do you have a silly joke for me?
We are both waiting for mom to do her errands - while we wait in the car.
He looks bored, but he is warm.
Years ago - when someone joined your blog on the google widget on the right side of your blog - you would click on the box and it would take you to their website.
It would show you their website and the blogs they follow. You could join their website right there.
However, unless I am crazy, and I could be - now when you go to the website it just brings you to the site of who they follow.
You cannot go to their site.
Does this make sense?
I am asking about this because I like to follow people who follow me and I can't do that because I can't find them.
I know I have followers I don't know.
Anyone know how to find out the blog of someone who is following you?
I try to blog without obligation.
I try to answer when I can and I understand when you can't.
Hope the same goes for you.
I will as much as I can though!
I only post a couple times a month and if you leave a comment and I have your address I will write you back unless something weird happens - some times blogger does not send me a comment and I have no idea you have left a comment.
I love to communicate with my blogger friends.
JOKE (yes another one).
THIS IS ME!
Something to think about:
If you haven't seen the movie you should go see it.
What a kind man he was and so good for the kids.
1. Neither, the capital of Kentucky is Frankfort.
2. It quacks up.
3. He felt crummie.
4. To get to the other side of course.
5. A newspaper or a blushing zebra!