#ThorsDay Smile #Humor #FunnyCritters

The Write Stuff

It’s been a while, I know, so I thought I’d take a break from sneezing and moaning and groaning, and do something constructive … like maybe bring a few of you a laugh or two. I’m going with animals this time, because why not? They are usually good for a giggle or six, so here are some dogs and cats I hope will brighten your morning. Enjoy!

And the Grand Finale …

And there you have this week’s #ThorsDaySmile!

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Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True

° BLOG ° Gabriele Romano

Today is Sunday, and that means it’s John Avise Bird Photos Day.  And, as usual, the photos have a theme. John’s notes and IDs are indented, and you can enlarge the photos by clicking on them. No, this post is not about Covid variants— I think we’ve all heard more than enough about those darn…

Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True

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SUNDAY (EVENING) POST

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I haven’t written one of these in over a year. it’s high time I slipped one in. When I first started following blogs, I was intrigued by S.J. Higgins’ “Sunday Post” on Brainfluff. It was where I first learned to enjoy reading blogs. I wanted to do a Sunday update like hers, so when my mind went back to the 50s magazine, Saturday Evening Post, whose covers featured the paintings of Norman Rockwell, I decided to call my post “Sunday Evening Post.” It is an update on what you’ve read the past week, what you are continuing to read, and what you hope to read next. Here’s the “Saturday (Evening) Post” for Sunday, January 23, 2022.

Because I read several books consecutively, I tend to finish several in the same week.

A Page Turners Book Club selection for January, a book written in a unique format.

I have been…

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