Guess where I am

And guess who just wants to watch a little goddamn QVC, if I’d just leave her the hell alone.

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Author: June

At one point, I was sort of hot, in a "she's 27 and probably a 7" kind of a way. Now I'm old and have to develop a charming personality. Guess how that's going.

62 thoughts on “Guess where I am”

  1. Well, at least you aren’t in jail. I have no idea why that’s the first thing that came to my mind. Looks like kitty might be warming up to you, no?

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  2. …kitty: You leave me the h*ell alone to watch QVC and I won’t kill you while you watch the ridiculous housewives from wherever the f*uck they’re from. That’s my deal. Take it or leave it. And I advise you to take it.

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  3. How do the dogses fend for yourself when you’re hanging out with Nedkitty? And I thought you were going to say you were in Winston-Salem – you seem to always be there going to something artsy.

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  4. Maybe if you let her borrow your credit card she’ll deign to give you at least one couch cushion on which to sit.

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  5. My cat is very possessive. Maybe Ned’s cat views you as competition? You sit on her couch; steal Ned’s lap and his hands.
    My cat even attempts to knock the phone out of my hand …or a book/or NOOK off my lap and out of my hands – since I should be petting him instead. Or hop around the edges of the couch in a flurry to chase me off his (the cat) favorite napping place.

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  6. …kitty: Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful. Now will someone please get the crap out of the corner of my eyes!

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  7. I watched the end of that red team vs. blue team game. Ned’s red team was winning until the last few seconds. Literally. Last. Few. Seconds. I felt kind of bad for Ned, actually.

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  8. Not to be Debbie Downer, but wising Pie peeps on the east coast well over the next three days. Karen in VA beach, Just Paula, isn’t PAL from MA on the east coast? Im missing a ton of peeps I know….

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  9. I’m right there with AA/P wising, wishing and praying for the safety of everyone in Sandy’s path. Take care and get your food, water and medication supplies, weather radios, flashlights and batteries all ready.

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  10. Thanks, everyone. Our area is expecting wind and rain; however, nothing like what is anticipated for the northeast. Prayers to the Pie Peeps north of me. And, l agree with Sadie, get those supplies now. Living without power and water, even if for just a few days, is not fun.

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  11. Endora! Spot on there, Cupcake.
    It got a bit chilly here this weekend. I might have to wear jeans today. God, I hope I can button them.
    Stay safe all of you in Sandy’s path.

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  12. Karen, may I assume that “VB” stands for Va. Beach? If so, hi! I’m in Va as well, though more inland and southwest of you (Dinwiddie County). If VB stands for something else, never mind.
    June–just want you to know that I discovered your blog a few days ago through a link on Poochie’s blog (love her shoes but the Cathy sweater? Ha ha) and I have since wasted an incredible amount of time reading the archives. I am exhausted. EXHAUSTED. So so glad you decided not to quit blogging! That would’ve been just my luck. Since, you know, it’s all about me.

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  13. Dot Dot Dot Kitty just wants to order the Diamonique collar, Juuuuuuuuuuuunnnne, would you move your big hurr so she can see the screeeeeeeen?

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  14. Saw waves crashing on the bottom of Wrightsville Beach pier last PM. That is HIGH!
    In addition to possibly having 10 inches of rain in many places, they are predicting possibly 10 inches of snow (dija get that) SNOW in West Virginia.
    More news someday.

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  15. When Mary yells at her kid, “Shut the front door, were you born in a barn?” The kid can holler back, “YES, WHY YES I WAS!!!”

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  16. Mary: What does the “H” stand for in your son’s middle name?

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  17. You know, NedKitty does NOT look happy at all. Her ears are flattened and she’s giving you the evil eye.
    I think you should try bribery, June. Find out what treat she really likes and start sneaking some into Ned’s place in your handbag.
    “Psssst! Would Kitty like some liver treats??? Or some super strong catnip???”

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  18. Joe was working in his shop and hit his thumb with the hammer and yelled, “Jesus Christ.” Mary was walking by and said, “You know, I think I like that better than Joe Jr.”

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  19. Just stopping by to say I hope everyone on the east coast is hunkered down with their provisions. Be safe, people. This too shall pass.

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  20. A Sunday School teacher of preschoolers told her students that she wanted each of them to have learned one fact about Jesus by the next Sunday. The following week she asked each child in turn what he or she had learned.
    Susie said, “He was born in a manger.”
    Bobby said, “He threw the money changers out of the temple.”
    Johnny said, “He has a red pickup truck but he doesn’t know how to drive it.”
    Curious, the teacher asked, “And where did you learn that, Johnny?”
    “From my Daddy,” said Johnny. “Yesterday we were driving down the highway, and this red pickup truck pulled out in front of us and Daddy yelled at him, ‘Jesus Christ! Why don’t you learn how to drive?'”

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  21. Thinking of you in Sandy’s path. See some of you when your power is restored. Hate that loss of power and tree down thing. Much sympathy.

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  22. Just Paula slays me.
    Prayers for everyone’s safety. Thinking of Pamela SS#2 in New Jersey and everyone else in Sandy’s path.

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  23. No relation to Jesus, or “the Jeebus”, as we call him here on the farm. Though we do have a barn. And oh! We are getting 2 Jerusalem donkeys soon! Maybe I should re-think this not-related-to-the-Jeebus thing. Events are falling into place.

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  24. Relatively speaking, Sandy was pretty nice to us. It is STILL raining but we never lost power or trees. Our schools were out today and will be delayed 2 hours tomorrow. A bit of flooding in our low lying areas but all in all it was not bad. The Outer Banks has suffered a bit of damage. My facebook page has several pictures. Thankfully our small cottage down there is not in a flood zone. I’m headed down later this week to see if we experienced any roof damage or water leaks. Thanks everyone for the prayers. I am continuing to pray for all of those north of me who are going to get the brunt of the storm. I hope you all fair as well as we did. I’m also hoping you don’t find the need to eat, drink, eat, drink, and eat and drink some more like I did here. My 3 bottles of wine that I purchased for the hurricane preparedness kit…all gone.

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