Monday, 30 March 2020

Good Riddance, March!






But I'm sure things
will get better
very soon!


We'll be traveling again --
don't worry!


And sunbathing too!


This pandemic will teach us
the very valuable lesson
that true beauty is not our
superficial appearance, but
that which lies deep
 within each of us.





Oh, screw that -- I've got
the kitchen shears out already!

We all just need to look on bright side -- 
things could be a helluva lot worse!



And be careful what you complain about!

"Just in case . . . ."


I'm sure next month will be
much, much better!


56 comments:

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

OHHH That horoscope!
We were both thinking about the end of the month! Telepathy!
Also, those haircuts are absolutely hysterical.
March really really gave that 'coffee filter' feeling, huh?

XOXO

anne marie in philly said...

agreed with the first one. and I don't know where doritos and chocolate easter eggs and ice cream live either.

DEZMOND said...

That's would be my life's horoscope, not a daily one. And we will need HRH's help with that giant zombie chicken! But let her eat the ones on the beaches.

Tasker Dunham said...

Laughing at the horoscope, and the hair cut ones.

Laurie said...

My feelings exactly, take care,

Bathwater said...

I have to admit these made me laugh. I love the sun bather in the window!

mxtodis123 said...

Good riddance is right. Had looked forward to March for my birthday and St. Pattie's Day, but now I can't wait to see it go. A month none of us will soon forget.

coffeeontheporchwithme said...

Again, so good!! I know people write LOL but they don't actually laugh out loud. I did audibly chuckle at the hair cuts and the final one because honestly, a giant chicken would be terrifying!!! I know. How do you interpret the whole "in like a lamb, out like a lion" thing with this month?!? -Jenn

DVArtist said...

I was telling my husband the other day that this month feels like forever. Great post.

Bob said...

I just spent a week on La Rotonda de Sofa. It was fabulous!

Next week ... Los Bed!

Linda dev said...

Thank you thank you. I needed to laugh this morning

Moving with Mitchell said...

Oh crap! I hadn’t even thought about those poor souls who need their regular Botox injections!

Deedles said...

Oh dear, I think my lung blew a bubble! I will never be able to make a pot of coffee without chuckling! Thanks for this, Debra.

brewella deville said...

Slim just asked me last night if I knew how to cut hair.

Ken said...

I really need to stop saying, "Maybe next year?" in regards to the previous year being less than stellar.

It has not been working out for me very well. :)

Lady M said...

Laughing at those haircuts! His Lordship was saying that he would have to have me cut his hair. Its gonna be painful.

Professor Chaos said...

Meanwhile, I'm still having to go to work every day. I dont know which is worse!

Mistress Maddie said...

That Twilight Zone was not even kidding!!!! We had me in a foul mood, then the clocks changed then Friday the 13th and now everything shut down. Twilight zone for sure.

jaz@octoberfarm said...

if it wasn't for the death part, this would be pretty exciting for someone my age.

Mike said...

I think the twilight zone would be a better place right now.

Insomniac's Attic said...

I was just thinking about my yearly horoscope, which in January promised it really was going to be "my year"! lol

Parnassus said...

The haircuts were a riot, but I shouldn't make fun. I am starting to need a haircut myself and will have to start checking out my supply of bowls.
--Jim

e said...

These are funny! Truly, Debra, you are a reliable bringer of LoLz! Each post is like a PSA of humor.

I'm packing for a visit to Los Lounges but maybe later I'll take a trip to Porto Gardenas for some hunting of wild doritos.

Linda said...

Thanks for the much needed laughs Debra...
I ALWAYS cut my kids hair...hahaha!!!
But....It WAS the '70's!
Take care...

bobbie said...

Again, thanks for the smiles and giggles!!

jono said...

April Fool is almost upon us! Let the fun begin!

Cop Car said...

It's really scary here in Kansas. The morning newspaper clarified that gun shops and churches are essential activities and may remain open. We already knew about the liquor stores' being so.

^.^ said...

Still hanging in there. Thanks for posting, friend D. Stay safe. Love, cat.

Bea said...

Our governor extended settle in place until May 1st, so April should be a barrel of laughs.

The Happy Whisk said...

The butt hanging out the window, getting a tan, made me laugh out loud. Good stuff. Thanks, Debra.

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

The haircuts! I can remember one or two fringes like that...

Guillaume said...

The Twilight Zone! But of course! That's it. That's what it is.

Bill Lisleman said...

Twilight zone - so good I stole that one.

Bob Johns said...

the Twilight Zone is no joke!! And the lady hanging out the window oh man, oh man lol

Joanne Noragon said...

April is coming. A day at a time.

Janie Junebug said...

Those kids have haircuts that represent my childhood.

Love,
Janie

Tundra Bunny said...

I've lived my entire life in regions of Canada with winters colder than a witch's tit and darker than than the inside of a cow's arsehole and I NEVER EVER thought March could feel longer than January -- LOL!

baili said...

hahahahaha.........

YOU ROCK dear Debra :)))

these make me laugh aloud ,specially the destinations you having trip sound familiar and hilarious lol
yes earth is closed and we should stick with faith that some good will come out of it certainly
stay safe and amazing as always dear friend!

Adam said...

Zombies would have been better.

Liz Hinds said...

I had to do a wee in the woods last week. Leaves do NOT make good toilet paper.

If my fringe looked as good as her bangs after self-cutting I'd be happy. Actually it's probably my face I need to change ...

Martha said...

HAHAHA! Loved all of these. That last one had me laughing out loud!

Cynthia said...

I am just saying that the lady who cut her own bangs did an EXCELLENT job compared to some.

Ur-spo said...

You did a fine job here. They made me laugh - and at a time I could use a laugh.
The best way to deal with uncertainty is to accept one cannot control anything and laugh at it all.

Busy Bee Suz said...

These are so funny. I just wish they weren't TRUE!!

Anne Johnson said...

I don't know where Doritos live either! Maybe you have to grow them from seeds. And that would take time.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

These are priceless, especially the kids whose parents cut their bangs. Now that's scary stuff.
Thank you for the pick-me-up, Debra.
Stay healthy. Let the bangs grow out.

http://mygrammassouljo.blogspot.com said...

You said this PERFECTLY, my sweet friend.

Jo

JACKIESUE said...

I hope it's better in Canada than it is in America..thanks to that raving asshole trump...sigh*

RO said...

These are perfect to bring about some laughter these days, and I thank you. The guy hanging out the window backwards is particularly funny(lol) As always I thank you and send lots of air hugs. Be safe! RO

Ol'Buzzard said...

Great survival tips. At least there is more sanity in Canada. Here we are at trapped in the mismanagement of Donald Trump.
Thoughts and prayers will not do any good, but if the worst happens I could use a bottle of Newfy Screech.
the Ol'Buzzard

Fundy Blue said...

LOL, Debra! I will never be that desperate for an allover tan! Thank you for keeping so many of us laughing! Take care!

Travel said...

We might as well laugh

pam nash said...

Zombies - yes, at least you can see them coming! My stylist is sending me funny little messages, I think to remind me to keep my hands off the scissors!

The Captain said...

I've been mentally preparing for the zombie apocalypse for years, this is not what I ordered!

Magic Love Crow said...

LOL! I don't know what to say! LOL!

Dr. Theda said...

Wishing you and yours well