As the needle bends

A world view thru my hobbit hole door

Hurricane Survival Tip #1

Do not murder, mangle or otherwise mutilate your spouse when he decides to make a “funny” blog post about the “outhouse” he created after the hurricane. Instead, post a link to his post, so the less-refined visitors to YOUR blog can chose, or NOT, to visit his blog, and see the contraption that he rigged up when our septic system stopped working. Oh yeah, that was about 1am September 13 – when the power went off, long before the storm got bad up here in Montgomery County.

None of the comforts of home!

None of the comforts of home!

 

Anyway, if you have a morbid sense of curiosity, check out Squawkbox’s handywork, immortalized over on his blog. Or not. LOL

http://squawkboxnoise.com/?p=481

It’s been a month sense Ike came, and went… and I don’t miss “him” at all!

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October 13, 2008 - Posted by | Life and Ramblings | ,

3 Comments »

  1. LOLOL! An umbrella? Raining SAP? Oh my, oh my!

    So now I’m wondering if the great state of Texas will amend their septic rules…

    Nice to know Ike didn’t blow away *someone’s* sense of the absurd!

    Comment by fiberbabble | October 13, 2008 | Reply

  2. LMAO!!!!!!!!!! what no comforts??? i see toilet paper, a magazine, bleach for those ‘tough’ jobs and the kitty to give you a hand LMAOPIMP!!!!!!!!

    btw .. i AM reading walt’s blog **znertk!!!!!!!

    love ya n hugs
    grace

    Comment by gquilts | October 19, 2008 | Reply

  3. Hey, friend, you’ve been too quiet too long. What’s up?

    Comment by Nancy, Near Philadelphia | November 16, 2008 | Reply


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