First City Market bouquet of the year! It’s from the Twin Oaks booth, of course.
He always does such a lovely job that I never want to go anywhere else.
Jewelry Music Guns
Stay classy Lynchburg!
Feeling pretty beat up this morning, but I’m enjoying the new view.
I’m telling you Radar— I really think you are going to like all these big windows.
The cats aren’t sure about this whole “new house” thing.
First meal in the new house
In LIFE’s own words:
The idea behind the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps is simply this: Women can do some of the jobs that men are doing in the Army. By taking over these jobs, they can release men for active or combat duty. For instance, if too many service troops are ordered away from a post, the post commander will send in a call for some WAACs. Pretty soon a WAAC contingent — probably a company — will descend on him and then disperse about the camp to do clerical work, mess work, light transportation work, mechanics work or any kind of work which women can do as well as men.Here, we look back at America’s first women soldiers.(Marie Hansen—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
That is totally WAAC.
Area Cats Reject Reality, Live in Fantasy World
A pair of local cats, Dora the tuxedo and Luna the tabby, have declared their basement the “Barony of Fluff,” and are refusing to speak to anyone who doesn’t recognize the made-up kingdom.
“It’s lunacy,” said Susan Wolpert, who lets the basement to the kitties. “They owe me two months rent, but now they’re claiming that I owe them because of some archaic, feudal land-grant system they’ve set up.”
The two cats have reportedly built a fortress out of old cardboard boxes and are preparing for a long siege.
A Margarita is the answer. (at Commonwealth Restaurant & Skybar)