Good News!! (& happy stories), June 24, 2020


Scots have some strange words.


These are in Britain. Do we have any here?


Curvy lady!


What’s your favorite?

Are we ever?


Doesn’t look very comfortable.


Another cutie!


A sign of the times.

Cutie for Doggityday!

Charlie’s prayer.

Yes, it is!

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6 Responses to Good News!! (& happy stories), June 24, 2020

  1. Lucille says:

    Though it is a wonderful painting, unfortunately being on the edge of a cliff, “A Morning in June” by Edward Gordon almost gives me vertigo. LOL!

    7-Up should go back to the 1961 version. Where does the name come from anyway?

    And the 1930s airplane interior…imagine sitting in those terrible seats for more than 10 minutes let alone on a couple hours flight!

    Love Charlie’s Morning Prayer today (and every day)!

    Thanks, Stella, for the uplifts.

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  2. Lucille says:

    Here’s a good news story…

    Black citizens chase punk robbing old white man, make him give money back: THIS is my America!
    June 24, 2020 | by Tom Tillison

    While you would be hard-pressed to believe it watching cable news these days, there really are two Americas.

    There is the version portrayed nightly on your TV and computer screens, by a liberal media fully invested in a racially-divisive narrative ahead of the presidential election, and there is the America most of us live in.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. MaryfromMarin says:

    Well…today nothing “loaded” for me except the Rascals item…. I wonder what’s up? I’ve never had this trouble before….


  4. czarina33 says:

    Hurkle durkle sounds more active than having a lie around day. I choose the 1972 7UP can, just seems familiar. Remember the Loni Anderson commecial with Arnold Schwarzenneger? I always loved it. Loni: “It is not heavy”. Arnold, lifting her up with one hand: “To me nothing is heavy”.

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