Happy Hump Day Truth Seekers! I'm not sure which I'm more excited about, Hillbilly Hump Day or my four day weekend coming up? Unfortunately I hit a snafu with my pictures. The ones I took with my digital camera are still on my camera! The camera cord seems to have been "misplaced" in the move. Hopefully that means it's just in one of the countless boxes I have in storage. (That's probably the one thing I hate most about living with Laura, (MIL), all of my stuff is in storage). So I improvised! I took some new pictures with my blackberry! These pictures are not what I wanted to share with my seekers, but they will do! They are sure to please! I could not, would not, leave my seekers hanging! It's our first HHD together! Yeehaw!
First up. . . the hillbilly's solution to a
Yes, I know, it's just a window. But look a little closer. . . .
Can you see it? Look again. . . real close. . . .
Yes! It's a hole in the KITCHEN window and the cat uses it like a doggy door! I tell no lies here seekers! I almost had a picture of Petee, the cat, sitting on the ledge. But the little booger jumped the moment I lifted the camera (phone). Now, if you go back and look at the first picture, you can see the nasty cat tracks up the side of the house! I tried telling you guys, HILLBILLIES! Who else keeps a
So, in keeping with the broken window theme, the next picture comes to us courtesy of my son, Justin! He actually ventured into the hillbilly's back yard to take this one. He is one brave soul! I owe him one for this!
Warning. . . the next picture contains material that is graphic in nature! Viewer discretion is advised!
That is NOT an open window! No folks, that is a BROKEN window! Justin says the "thing" in the window is a mattress? I'm going to have to take is word for it! From what he says, and from what I can see, there appears to be bite marks all over the mattress. I don't think I want to know? Yes, even I have lines I will not cross! It's Hillbilly Hump Day, not Hump the Hillbilly Day!
The pictures I took with my digital camera were of the back yard! Good times! I promise I will save them and share them at a later date.
Well there you have it, my first HHD! I hope it lived up to the hype and I hope everyone loved the pictures! If you have hillbilly neighbors, please join in the fun! Share your favorite hillbilly moments (or pictures)! Blogging about mine has become very therapeutic for me! I don't want to stab them in the eye with my fork anymore! Nope, I just want to grab my camera and say, "hold that pose for me"!