Jolly Funday Monday

Good morning and welcome to …


But alas, Jolly, Joyful and I have conspired to bring you a few smiles and maybe even a chuckle or two on this Monday morning!  First, how about a little snack?  Help yourselves!!!

See, guys, I wememberd da bacon dis time!!!  I hope dere’s enough for everyone!

Jolly suggests that we start with some animal memes he collected over the last week or so …

  Gwammie … doesn’t dis one wemind you of our Boo an’ how he likes to type on your ‘puter?

And we’ve got ‘toons, ‘toons, and more ‘toons for your Monday morning pleasure!

And, naturally, there simply MUST be a cute critter video … we hope you fall in love with Wally & Buggy like we did!

Well, friends, we’ve had a great time with you this Monday morning, but we know you have things to do, places to go, people to see.  We hope we’ve helped put a smile on your face to start this week out and that you’ll share those smiles with others you meet as you go through your week!  Love ‘n hugs from Filosofa, Jolly ‘n Joyful!!!

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    • Ha ha … that IS funny, because back when I was married, I worried if he called me “Jill” because I knew that meant he wasn’t happy with me. When I was in his good graces, I was honey, babe, or sweetie!


    • Indeed, that was my first thought when I saw the Wally & Buggy video … what a lesson for humans! We could, I think, learn many lessons from the animal kingdom! I’m glad you enjoyed it, Sir Roger, and I hope you and Sheila are enjoying your vacation!!!

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      • Yeah, ’bout the vacation Jill, glad you brought that up.
        Half-way there our car’s dashboard warning signals started flashing. We nursed her into a service station. Through our insurance a mechanic came out, did a diagnostic- cut a long story short there was a problem he could not fix permanently only a temp one which would not last; engine could cut out at any stage. So also through our insurance we were taken back home. Our ‘Dolly’ secured on the flat bed of a recovery wagon and us sitting in comfy seats in the back of the cab, high up and in style.
        We have an option to take another break, through the same place, and will probably opt for the spring of next year.
        Meanwhile re-group after the time and effort we invested in getting ready for the self-catering holiday.
        We’re approaching it through the half-full glass method.

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