This morning I have been reviewing a site showing the beautiful 2020 Christmas pictures of President Trump and First Lady Melania. They are such a handsome and beautiful couple.
The comments are always hilarious on these sites as readers compare Moochelle to Melania. I absolutely cannot quit laughing at the following comment.
“Thank God we are spared the vision of Chewbacca thumping its way down AF One stairs dressed like a scullery maid in its size 13 pumps.”
Epstein’s Diary. Where are the Clintons ?
This reminds me of Trump trying to get the Democrat-Radicals out of the FBI.
Social Security recipients will get a small increase.
Check those planes.
RINO’s or Chinarino’s ?
More judges are coming.
Lightfoot is a heavy-duty liar.
The Musical Editor: Are you familiar with notes, LL ?
Do RE Mi Cat: There are a lot of different types of notes. This one is particularly interesting. Also included are some musical notes mentioning Joe.
Here is another type of note.
Is what Simon says the truth ?
Here is more rat news.
The best way to forget your own problems is to help someone else solve theirs.
You have never seen a fish on the wall with its mouth shut.
Measure wealth not by the things you have, but by the things you have for which you would not take money.
On the first day of school, a teacher was glancing over the roll when she noticed a number after each student’s name, such as 154, 136 or 142.
“Wow! Look at these IQ’s,” she said to herself. “What a terrific class.” The teacher promptly determined to work harder with this class than with any other she ever had. Throughout the year, she came up with innovative lessons that she thought would challenge the students, because she didn’t want them to get bored with work that was too easy. Her plan worked! The class outperformed all the other classes that she taught in the usual way.
Then, during the last quarter of the year, she discovered what those numbers after the students’ name really were: their locker numbers.
WGN – 37-20-27 Mosby Creek Covered Bridge – Built in 1920 in Lane County by Lane County spanning Mosby Creek on Layng Rd., single span, 90 feet long, Howe trusses
Oregon Bridge #14823. This is Lane County’s oldest covered bridge having been built in 1920 under the direction of brothers Walter and Miller Sorenson for $4,125. The bridge includes spliced chords and steel rod cross braces. Mosby Creek was named for pioneer David Mosby who settled in the area in 1853 and staked a claim to 1,600 acres east of the present city of Cottage Grove.
PHOTOS BY: BILL BOWSER….FROM CINCINNATI, OHIO