I have a friend composes and sings songs about sewing machines. He’s a Singer-songwriter.
The standup comedian stoped telling sewing jokes because he ran out of material.
Judge: Officer, Why did you suspect the seamstress was a thief?
Police Officer: She was following a pattern.
Why are Christmas trees bad at sewing? They drop their needles.
Of course I talk to myself when sewing. I need expert advice.
When I’m hugging you, I really checking to see if that fabric is cotton, wool or polyester.
What’s the opposite of irony? Wrinkly.
I heard that the sewing class is a tight knit group.
We’ve been very busy week, but we did make it out for weekly outing. This week we went to the Rancho San Rafael Regional Park and took a walk around the Wilbur D. May Arboretum. Here are some pictures:
The entrance to the arboretum. The big sign saying “arboretum” was a big help in locating the arboretum.
One of the many bridges.
Arboretums have lots of trees.
Not sure what kind of tree this is, but you could see it from many places along the paths.
All this needs is a brass band and lemonade to make the scene complete.
A closeup of Herman’s pond. My shadow decided to do a little photo bombing.
A duck. I don’t think this was Herman.
Herman’s pond is down there.
Looking from the Irwin Overlook into Rancho San Rafael Regional Park. Hard to see in the picture, but there is a dog park out there.
It was a great morning out and we stopped at a great coffee shop for some fancy coffee and a sinful desert but I failed to get any pictures of that. Yes, I just ate it too fast.
Hopefully I get back into a regular posting routine soon as we finish working through all the details of moving.
Jogging: An extreme activity where people run on purpose.
A lettuce and a tomato where in a race and the lettuce was a head while the tomato was try to ketchup.
When you run in front of a car you get tired, but when you run behind you get exhausted.
Why do dogs run in circles? Because it’s really hard to run in squares …
My brother was told to run three miles a day for his health. He started six months ago – we have no idea where he is.
If twenty monkeys run after one banana, what time is it? Twenty after one.
Heather and I have decided that doing some kind of day trip once a week would be a new thing for us. Now that I’m retired I seem to have the time.
Last week we went to Galena Creek Park and did a short hike on the Jones Creek Loop before it got too hot to do anything outside.
Then we had lunch at a place called, “The Twisted Fork,” where the food was great but I was disappointed that the forks weren’t actually twisted – just plan old regular flat forks.
Here’s a small picture gallery of the trail.
A view of the forest.
The dark stuff is Jones Creek. There is water there. Trust me.
More forest. I thought I’d frame the picture between two trees. Spent seconds working this out.
The map at the trailhead. We spent several minutes looking for the shortest trail loop.
More forest with trees, rocks and some shrubberies.