chatoyant (shuh-TOI-uhnt) adjective Having a changeable luster like that of a cat’s eye at night. noun A chatoyant gemstone, such as a cat’s eye. [From French, present participle of chatoyer (to shine like a cat’s eye),from chat (cat).] – Anu Garg (garg wordsmith.org)
A blonde’s car gets a flat tire on the Interstate one day, so she eases it over onto the shoulder of the road. She carefully steps out of the car and opens the trunk. Takes out two cardboard men, unfolds them and stands them at the rear of the vehicle facing oncoming traffic. The lifelike …
Mmmm. You should have one.
Here’s a picture of the new bebe. HE LOOKS LIKE MATT!!!
My headcold makes me feel better: my sinuses are finally draining. (Everybody at our house has a cold.)
Liam Jackson Knippling was born at 4:18, January 23. 7 pounds 10.5 ounces. Grandma promises pictures!
The good news is that the Republic of Tea has created the “Get a Grip” tea, designed to balance out the hormones women subject to PMS and Menopausal fluctuations. The bad new is that some dumbass put coconut in it. It doesn’t say so, but I smelled it. And that’s what you really want to …
By John Thorne, with Matt Lewis Thorne. Because a pecan pie is so simple to make and because its major ingredients–sugar and nuts–can be combined in so many various ways, a pecan pie can be uniquely honed to a razor’s edge of perfection against a particular palate: unlike almost any dessert, it is amenable to …
Ever notice how the holidays requiring mass amounts of candy, chocolate, cookies, etc., are during the fall, winter, and early spring?
From Neil Gaiman: If writing fiction is dessert, then copy-editing is eating all your vegetables. Blogging is snacking between meals.