Gumby Head and Skinny Legs

I have this annoying cow lick that is getting worse with age. Saturday I woke up and I swear I looked like a cardinal. Today I have this Gumby thing going on.

I am very grateful to have hair on my head and apparently my hair is proud too.

Why is it that women smokers have skinny legs? You can spot a longtime female smoker by her legs alone. This is much like me cracking the elbow code when ageing women.

I googled one of my dogs, “Haley Hunnicutt” and found that there is a young woman in Alabama with the same name and spelling on Facebook.  

Now when she google's her name this discussion of my dog will show up and she can have a laugh. 

This is what I do when I am bored.

9 comments:

bonnieluria said...

Oh but you're good when you're bored.
Haley Hunnicut brings to mind an offer received in the mail addressed to my PARROT, to test drive the new BMW 535i, AND, a pre-approved Master Card.
Yes, Saucy Luria you have won......

St. Croix countdown..and I've got 3 friends on their way tomorrow.

Micky-T said...

I love my cowlick.
Does your honey cut yours?

Wreggie said...

Bonnie, I forgot that we both have parrots.

My dog Rockwell was once an ordained pastor.

Wreggie said...

No Mickey...Gigi wouldn't touch my head.

Judy said...

My hair stands up every morning. I look like Rod Stewart.

terri said...

I love cardinals. I have a big print of a couple cardinals on a snowy pine branch hanging in my living room. Of course now it is your face I will see every time I look at that print.

Chris said...

I have 2 cowlicks, and they piss me off to no end..
Ali tells me I'm vain, so when my hair gets beyond a certain length, I'm afraid to leave the house. It's that bad...

Michael said...

"My hair stands up every morning. I look like Rod Stewart."

Funny, I can picture you as Rod Stewart :-)

I don't think I have a cowlick, but my hair does tend to stand up in the morning in many amusing ways, especially if its been cut shorter and I haven't shampooed it since my last swim in salt water. I just got it cut last week, so we're seeing some interesting 'doos these mornings.

Speaking of hair standing up, I learned an interesting new word Wreg, I think you'll like it. Horripilation \haw-rip-uh-LAY-shuhn; noun: the act or process of the hair bristling on the skin, as from cold or fear; goose flesh (or as we used to say, goose bumps).

Wreggie said...

What a great word. I'm going to lay that on my father in law if I could figure out how to use it in a sentence.