A few days ago when I posted a picture of hearty Frozen Tundra-ites lining up in the snow to get their DQ curly cones someone mentioned that they LOVED the DQ sign.
I hadn't thought about how cool it was until they said so.
So just for you, my bloggy fans, I went back in the dark and took a picture of the cool neonness of it all. Just for you. 'Cause that's the way we roll around here!
I wonder if the DQ owners KNOW how much signs like this go for on such shows as "American Picker"?
They may have their retirement nest egg balanced above their heads!
Gator Girl here also raised quite a ruckus on ye olde blog. MANY of you wondered if she was crazy and just WHY she was holding a 40 pound gator.
From time to time Sister Pam e-mails me photos that she thinks I might like to use on my blog, often with nary a word of explanation. This was one of those occasions.
I didn't KNOW why she was holding the gator, and I myself thought it might be an indication that she was losing it. I KNOW her hubby thought so - - - he had nightmares about the whole thing.
Because so many of you were worried and wondering about her, I ASKED her WHY she was holding that gator. Again - - - that's just the way we roll around here.
I don't think you'll like her answer, but here it is anyway:
She is holding it because she could.
Yep - - - you heard me right - - - she is holding it because she could.
Seems she and hubby were at a festival and "Mr Gator Man" was there allowing folks to hold his raised in captivity gator pet. She said, and I quote, "I couldn't pass up the opportunity."
Furthermore, she is AMAZED at all of you who are AMAZED at her. She doesn't find this behavior one bit crazy. She says CRAZY would be going down to the neighborhood pond and trying to cuddle a WILD gator.
I think maybe her little valedictorian summa cum laude head has been in the Florida sunshine a wee bit too long.