Wandering around the Sierra Madre Mountains, enjoying the 8500ft elevation and associated climate, we stop now and then to write a thought or two....
At first glance, I thought it was a bucket of popcorn.(My eyes are not yet fully opened.)Saludos, Don Cuevas
Well, Tancho, this will certainly qualify as a moment in history. I've never known a time when you didn't have SOMETHING to say!Disfruta el momento,Wm
I find that a good vowel movement cures writer's block.
Popcorn....That's good! No wonder the skys are always bigger and better in Cuevas Land!I admire people that have varied outlooks!Well, it's just that I don't want to put my food in my mouth today, William, maybe after a nice warm foot bath? Give me a day or two, something will come up, it always does. It is rarely that I don't have something to gripe about!Vowel movement, yep, that sounds perfect! Maybe I'll try some prunes?
I just ate 3 pounds of delicious cherries (always a good reason to come to Oregon this time of year). They will move both your vowels and constanants.
Oooh, you make my mouth water for those nice cherries.....I can never eat just an handfull. But I never have had the other overeating dash.....Raspberries are my downfall.
Nopalitos. Good for what ails you. They are part of the Agrarian Movement.Be sure to remove all the spines first.Saludos, Don CuevasPS: This is the first and only blogpost I've ever seen that didn't have a title. I didn't know you could do that.
Don Cuevas......and how said you can't teach and old horse to water?
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