Reub's journey

08 April 2014

Random thoughts



This pheasant at a local game farm looked strangely familiar, and I just figured out why.






A tree shaped like T. Rex! I sometimes park in front of this when I go to classes.




Did you know that the word "does" is spelled the same as the word "does?" And also "doughs" sounds like "does" and "duhs" sounds like "does?" The other door just said "bucks" which did not result in such a long and confusing train of thought.


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  1. Did nature shape T-Rex or did the home owners? I love it.

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    1. I think that nature began the process, but the home owners have done a lot of training-and-staking-of-limbs so that there is no question that this is a dino. Pretty funny!

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  2. See, now I would have that T-Rex tree and I would know I should trim it and shape it, but I would be so attached to its reptilian self that it would never happen and I'd be that person with the haggardly tree for ever. Or maybe that's a good thing. And "does" - I've seen that before and I always think the other door should say "doesn't". Not that that's any less confusing...

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    1. hahaha! Miss Does and Mr. Doesn't: I like it.

      When you visit in August we can swing by that tree. They really have put some work into it; it's what dominates their tiny front yard. I probably wouldn't have thought to sculpture it either, but I'm glad they did. :-)

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  3. My brain is turning to dough, but my bank account could use more dough.

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    1. DOH! as Homer Simpson would say!

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  4. cutely random stuff. love t-rex!

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    1. Yes, I probably have too much time on my hands; posts like this seem to indicate such a thing. :-) I'm in no way sorry!

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  6. Our language is a very difficult one to learn...not as hard as Chinese, but full of inconsistencies.

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    1. I'm glad I don't have to learn English as my second language. It's hard enough as my first one.

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  7. I saw that immediately when I saw the picture of the tree. what kind of crazy tree is that. and english is the craziest language. no wonder people find it hare to learn.

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    1. I'm going to go take some more pics of it some day. Not sure what kind it is! I'll have to ask John; he'll know.

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    1. I didn't even notice until you drew my attention to it. "hare to learn"...hmmm...it has possibilities for punniness.

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  9. Oh, Kerry, I love the way your mind works. I don't know how anyone can come here from a foreign country and learn English. It's confusing to me!

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    1. English is such a bugger of a language. Making the list of things I do not have to worry about: learning the English language from scratch.

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  10. Bucksom post.

    See what I mean about your eyes. Tree Rex. You are amazing, Kerry.

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