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1) What’s up with people putting stuffed animals in the back windows of their cars? I don’t see that every day, but I see it enough to wonder if it’s a “thing” that I am just unaware of.
2) Here’s something I’ve been pondering lately. Where do people stay when they travel long distances with horses? We saw someone tooling down the road this week with a horse in tow and an Alabama license plate. We live in Massachusetts. That’s a pretty long way away from home if you are from Alabama. I wonder where they would stop for the night along the way. Some motels/hotels charge a fair amount to let you bring your dog along. How much would they charge for a horse? Of course, the horse wouldn’t be staying in the room but still… What happens at night with the horse? Inquiring minds want to know.
And I know that someone out there knows the answer.
3) How many of you are on Flickr and what do you think of the “new” Flickr? While a terabyte of free space is something I can’t even fathom, it sounds like a good deal to me. Hey, I bet Walmart doesn’t even have that kind of deal. I think that I’ll continue on as I have on Flickr and just try figure the new system out. I actually like the looks of it.
4) I want to know why sides have to be taken in the dog and cat debate. Does loving one keep you from loving the other? I think there are many of you out there like me who pretty much love them equally. I think we should unite and put an end to the dog person/cat person argument.
5) Have you ever read anything by Kate Atkinson? I am a big fan. I have read all her books (except for her short stories. I don’t like short stories. I’m not sure why.) And I’m about half way through her latest book Life After Life. This unusual book follows the life of Ursula Todd as she is born, dies, comes back to life and dies again in different ways…sort of like a British “Ground Hog Day” on a grander scale. I am enjoying it a lot and would recommend it and her other books as well. And, if you are a fan of the BBC, a few of her books have been made into a series call Case Histories. Also, very good.