Spring cleaning. 3 used snow shovels. Just need to clean up the plastic edge with a file.
NinjaChow sent this in with the comment, “Apparently Sparky doesn’t realize that winter is an annual event.” Either that or Meteorologist Sparky predicts Winter isn’t coming any more. File this one, ha ha, under Grab and Run before he realizes his terrible mistake.
In the Lake District around Sparkyville, there’s a legend about the mysterious Rocking Duck. According to the old tales, the Rocking Duck would come out of the mists in the fall and tell the migrating ducks if the lake was a safe place to land and rest. If the duck didn’t trust the scent of the air, it would quack out a warning and disappear. The only way to prevent this was to bath regularly and to put a collection of hand carved rocking ducks on the water. This would lull the Rocking Duck into a sense of security and it would quietly rock back into the mists, leaving the hunters to slaughter the flocks that came to land. Sniff. It’s a great story, isn’t it? Continue reading
NinjaChow reminds us all to have our dogs sprayed regularly. Continue reading
VINTAGE ITEMS FOR SALE
I’LL BE ADDING PRICES BESIDE ITEMS THAT HAVE A PHOTO OF IT, WHEN IT GET MORE TIME TOO
I CAN GIVE YOU A PRICE OVER A TEXT, OR PHONE FOR NOW
(There were 27 photos of beer bottles but only this one survived the march of time.)
As NinjaChow points out, “I think Sparky has been drinking too much vintage beer if he thinks this stuff is worth more than the recycling fee on the bottles.”
Try again, Sparky. There must be something else in your house you can sell. I’ll get the popcorn.
We Love YSaC Classics! Please send in any you find. Like this amazing item. Continue reading
What is the loveliest thing you can imagine to put on the top of your Christmas tree? A star? An angel? A spire ornament? During the disco era, I had a revolving light topper that made dancing images fly across the ceiling. Continue reading
For Lo! It came to pass that while Sparketta was with child, father unknown, all the inhabitants of Sparkyville were required to go to the place of their birth to register their guns and religion, their political theories, and their national origins. So JoSparky loaded up his wife and the necessary supplies for a trip to Vancouver. Continue reading