Morris Bird III: “Sure was funny. Peculiar and haha both, he supposed.”
Taken from the book “The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread: A Novel” by Don Robertson
The expression ’round these parts was always “funny strange, not funny haha”. I guess that’s close enough.
We finally got that rain they’ve been predicting. But at 8 am when we left the house it was still humid. When we stopped to get gas before returning home @ 11 am, the wind had picked up and man did it feel 10 degrees colder. While refueling, we got Ant-Man & the Wasp from Red Box for this evening’s entertainment.
Dang, what a bargain. I remembered the Blockbuster days where I thought that was a sweet deal but I never imagined we’d come to this. Boggles the mind. In a good way.
Oh and hey I just found out, “The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread: A Novel” is part of a trilogy. Yay! Going to check out the other two one of these days. In the lap right now is “The Death of Mrs. Westaway” by Ruth Ware. I just finished “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens and will review it shortly.
This is perfect reading weather so I am gonna get while the getting is good. Happy Wednesday folks. To join in, here are the Rules and Ping Back