G'Mornin'! Aren't you just super-duper glad you get to spend another day with me? Hehehehehe............... Riiiiiiigghhhhttt! Coffee's a bit stronger than usual today. I did my normal three scoops of French Roast in the grinder, and then added a scoop of some pretty dark-roasted stuff from the island of Java in Indonesia.
Howdy! Wake up! Wake up! You're missing out on the best part of the day! Oh, I know. Lots of you are sleepy-heads. You like to sleep in like Della, don't tell her I said that. Actually, I can't say that anymore. She does like to sleep in -- when she can -- but she's generally up by 7:00 to 7:30.
Hi, there! So how are you doing this fine and Supercalifragilisticexpialidocius day? See there? And you didn't think I could spell it.
Felicitations and Blessings! OK, so it's an archaic greeting no one's heard in a hundred years or so. Works, doesn't it? A "felicitation" is a complimentary and congratulatory greeting. Don't you like to receive compliments from time to time? Sure.
Good Morning, All You Blessed People! This is the best day of your life. Fact is, this is the best week of your life! And things are going to get even better! Better believe it!
Hello, Hello, Hello, Hello, Hello...... Sorry 'bout that! Every once in awhile, my greeter gets stuck. Didja miss me? Huh? Huh? Well, we've just had a marvelous week. The West Coast Believers' Convention in Anaheim, California has got to be the best Believers' Convention yet! The revelation that poured out during the week was nothing short of stupendous. I took many pages of notes, and it'll take awhile to digest it all, but ..... all I can say is, WOW!
Had I realized that Wednesday was the 4th of July, I'd have mentioned in Monday's post that we wouldn't publish on Wednesday. Guess you figured that out, anyway. Anyway, Howdy, Howdy!
Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning! Today's title is somewhat a takeoff from a book published some 50-odd years ago. Charles Brower, who was a famous whaling captain, explorer and trader back in the late 1800's and early 1900's (and who was instrumental in the establishing of a trading post at the farthest north point in Alaska, Barrow) did an adventure biography titled, 50 Years Below Zero.