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Trees with Faces

I see faces on trees.  Is it just me?  Do you also see the faces? Find the face then see the face I saw on each tree. What do you see? Peace, Man. Amazing what a little makeup can do … Continue reading

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Ten Kinds of Slugs Found in Cubicles

Snoozer Slug: Distinguishes itself by being able to sleep while sitting facing the computer screen. Passive Aggressive Slug: Slows down when on deadline. Social Slug: Meanders around socializing instead of working. Giant Slug: Eats and drinks non-diet coke all day. … Continue reading

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How Long Would it Take a Banana Slug to Finish a Marathon?

A marathon is 26 miles plus 365 yards Which is also 137,280 feet  +  1095 feet  =  138,375  feet (or 1,660,500 inches) A banana slug can travel  6.5 inches per minute How long will it take a slug to glide … Continue reading

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Ten Ways Banana Slugs Are Like Dogs

They love to eat. They don’t come when you call. They eat food out of your hands. They poop in the dirt. They wreck your plants. They nap a lot. They don’t like cats. They come in many sizes and … Continue reading

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Getting Fixed and Blurting

  May  2011* The dog ran to the door and the cat crawled under the sink as soon as doorbell rang. I picked up the dog and answered the door. “Ma’am, we’re here to examine your house for the HOA … Continue reading

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Read and White and Green All Over

  May 9, 2011* You know how dogs sometimes fetch the newspaper?  Apparently, so do slugs.  What to do? What to do?  I ran inside grabbed my iPhone and snapped my daily slug shot. “Bob, you know that slug I’ve … Continue reading

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Ding Dong the Slug is Gone!

May 3, 2011*   My new morning routine had become: Step on the door mat, look in the fern pot and pick up the paper. “Well, well, well, no slug,”  I said out loud.  The critter had finally moved on.  … Continue reading

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What We Have Here is a Failure to Communicate.

May 2, 2011*   It poured the next day.  I stepped onto the doormat, picked up the newspaper and peered into the  pot.  The slug was still languishing on the soil between the ferns. I stuck my nose as close … Continue reading

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