0 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday, mostly because overslept

  1. Sadie says:

    As I dashed through Publix after work to pick up the ingredients for an appetizer to take to our ornament exchange this evening, I chuckled to myself as I caught sight of Chobani.

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  2. Deb who is back to being Deb says:

    Thanks!!

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  3. Lisa. Not THAT Lisa says:

    And I just realized my earlier comment never posted. What the heck? Typepad and I have always been likethis.
    Anyway.. I noticed right away that it wasn’t Wednesday, but I thought since you were showing us photos FROM Wednesday that the reference was correct. Also I know The June is Always Correct.
    Love that bookstore! I would haunt that place. And the cowboy chair is perfect! When does the cowboy show up?

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  4. Lisa. Not THAT Lisa says:

    I just read The Pecan Man and LOVED it! It was self-published, which I usually avoid, but it won an award for unpublished manuscripts and the description was intriguing. Highly recommend it!

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  5. Deb who is back to being Deb says:

    Ordered! Thank you. And no dogs I assume?!

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  6. Letha says:

    I’m here!
    My recent favorite book is All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr.
    You know which two books to stay away from in order to avoid being forever haunted.

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  7. Deb who is back to being Deb says:

    In the words of my son when he was 3, “where everyone go?”
    Did you actually purchase a book or were you just browsing? It’s one thing to browse and then buy, but a browser-only would annoy.
    And I need good book suggestions, so if anyone is still out there, pipe up. Thank you in advance.
    And poor Erika. First, she isn’t named Alex, so she’s already a freak, and then she gets kicked out of the dress posse. Bet she won’t forget her dress again.

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  8. June Gardens says:

    God, I wish. One woman wore pants yesterday, so she donated $10 to her own cause. When we sent each other that day's photo of all of us in a dress, we CCd her instead of including her. Someone was all, "I like how we just CCd Erika like she's a pariah."

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  9. MissusB says:

    You took your bald eagle to the bookstore, where it caught and ate the bookstore cat.

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  10. Whitni says:

    If you get to $300 do you get to stop wearing dresses? Like when they do those fundraisers where they put you in jail and you have to raise so much to get out of jail?

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  11. Deb who is back to being Deb says:

    Fat skank. But who can remember? I certainly forgot all about it. Heyyy Laaaaddddy.

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  12. June Gardens says:

    Thanks, Deb! I take it back where yesterday I called you a skank or whatever it was.

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  13. Deb who is back to being Deb says:

    On a completely different topic: June is getting close to reaching her donation goal. Can you spare a few dollars to help get her up to 300?
    https://support.dressemberfoundation.org/fundraise?fcid=570353
    And no, I am not shilling for her, I just feel like Jerry Lewis today, and we can make her dreams come true.

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  14. darla says:

    Can hardly contain myself.

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  15. I would love to have a witty comment but all I can think about is all the CRAP I have to schlep to the UPS store to ship. First world problems, I know.

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  16. Texas Kari says:

    Well, I can see why they kicked you out of the bookstore, what with that huge CROWD and all.
    Did you get a new rug? Or maybe your pets just shed a lot and crafted a rug while you were at work.

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  17. Mother says:

    I love your new chair, also, it goes so well with your new area rug.

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  18. June Gardens says:

    No, and all bookstores should have a store cat.

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  19. Tammi v.v. says:

    I saw Wordless Wednesday and just thought that I must have forgotten to read yesterday.
    That bookstore is wonderful! I love the old, wood floors. Does it have a store cat?

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  20. June Gardens says:

    It's my new/old cowboy chair! It's already scratched up.

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  21. Tee, who hates TypePad says:

    You could do talking Tuesday.
    Love the necklace. Your hair is beautiful and you bought a new chair. I hope the cats don’t think it is a new scratching post.

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  22. DeDe says:

    I could EASILY spend all day in that bookstore. I might move to your town so I can do just that.
    So jealous of your curly hair. I tried to curl my stick straight hair today. Not cute.

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  23. June Gardens says:

    Hah! True. Oh my god, I could dress as a mime and do a whole video where I do nothing but talk on Monday. Am in love with this idea.

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  24. Laura says:

    That bookstore looks divine.
    I think every Monday is Mime Monday — I’ve never heard you speaking in your Monday posts. That was pretty lame, but I’m cracking myself up anyway. Lovely post, June.

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  25. Sadie says:

    With your, “Guess what I did all day?”, I’d say it is Thinking Thursday.

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  26. Sadie says:

    The way your cat is eyeing the chair, is there a ghostwriter I mean ghostreader sitting there?

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  27. June Gardens says:

    Right? I coulda had Mime Monday. Oh, dear. Maybe I should. Each Monday I can mime.

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  28. Anita says:

    And Wordless Thursday just doesn’t have the same ring to it.

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  29. June Gardens says:

    Oh, you did not. I AM A DELIGHT to point that stuff out to. However, this time, I did it to be hilarious.

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  30. Anita says:

    I noticed but I feared bringing up.

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  31. June Gardens says:

    Also, I like how NO ONE HAS NOTICED that it isn't Wednesday.

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  32. June Gardens says:

    Dear Poet: They kicked me out of there AGAIN last night. I love that place but it pisses me off.

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  33. MTM, or maybe Phyllis, says:

    What a splendid necklace. And the shirt that matches the waves of your hair. Dear St. Nicholas, May I have the bookstore box with the odd orange animals on it?

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  34. Megsie says:

    My question: Did you make the left-over coot into waffles?
    That bookstore looks divine. So does the chair.
    And the cat.
    Looks like the makings of a great night!

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  35. darla says:

    Well, whatever it was it involved cute hair.

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  36. Letha says:

    You bought books for gifts but had to read them first to be sure they would make good gifts. WIN-WIN!

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  37. Beverly says:

    You went Christmas shopping but bought yourself a bunch of great books instead. Then went home and sat in your chair and read while the cats looked up words in the dictionary.

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  38. Anita says:

    You stole a chair from the bookstore.
    Also, why are the comments closed on the good deeds page?

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  39. LurkerSheila says:

    A bookstore and a cat….can’t have been a bad day.

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  40. Vic says:

    There was a June Gardens, master of the sky, poetry reading and signing at the book store. PAAAA COOO.
    No. It is still funny. I was giggling like a fool in the shower this morning just thinking about Chobani and carrion.

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  41. June Gardens says:

    It's a dictionary. The cats need to look words up.

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  42. Sylvia says:

    FIRST!!

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  43. Oh says:

    Why do you have a phone book on display? Do the cats need to call someone?

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  44. Sylvia says:

    Your hair is perfect in that photo!

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