Picture: Like Cats and Dogs


I will comfort you (ooo)
I’ll take your part, oh, when darkness comes
And pain is all around
Like a bridge over troubled water
I will lay me down

Bridge over Troubled Water, Simon & Garfunkel

 

“Cat comforts dog?”

Via

 
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JBRish is on a Brief Hiatus

Hello JBRish readers. I want to let you know that we will be on hiatus for a while. I know, I know, we just got back up and running after our computer issues and now we are going on hiatus.

We will use the time to complete the process of restoring our files to their appropriate organization and of course plan more interesting posts along the way.

 
Until then, I think many JBRish readers will connect with the picture below as they look forward to the summer season; ENJOY!

'When your beach towel is from COSTCO
“When your beach towel is from COSTCO”

Via

Halloween Fun – Amazon Costume Challenge

Have some Halloween Fun by Trying to Guess the Specific Name for This Costume!


Amazon box Halloween Fun
Can you guess the name of this costume? HINT – It is an Amazon PRIME Box!! See below to find out!
Picture courtesy of Amazon via Twitter

Be creative this Halloween by using a big box or a bunch of small boxes as part of your costume. Can you guess what this person’s costume is? Probably not what you are thinking.

Click Here and Highlight this whole line to see Prime Rib!

Don’t blame me, this is from Amazon. By the way, they are having an Amazon Prime Costume Challenge. You can read the details at the link below.


Amazon Prime Challenge Link


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Ironwood Trees in the Sonoran Desert

My wife and I feel very fortunate to live in North Phoenix in an area that is considered “the desert.” It has its issues of course such as all the animals that want to eat our plants, invade our house and bite or sting us. Other than that, it is a beautiful area. No, really! It is very beautiful. So many people think of the Sonoran Desert as a desolate place, but it has a lot of color, a variety of plants and flowers and of course an abundance of animals.

We get pleasure from the natural landscape that surprises us with waves of color during certain times of the year. One such plant that found a home on our land without any human help is an Ironwood tree. It is amazing how this tree can survive with all of the animals digging holes around the roots and the dearth of water. Truth be told, I do “sneak” some extra water to it now and then although it doesn’t like our household water too much because of the salts and chlorine.

Here is a picture of the Ironwood tree that has seen its share of trials and yet it continues to provide a blanket of pink each spring. My only regret is that it wasn’t near one of our Palo Verde trees for the photo which, this year, have been covered with an overabundance of yellow blooms. Did someone say pollen?


Ironwood Tree in Bloom - Sonoran Desert
“Naturally Occurring Ironwood in North Phoenix”

To read more about Ironwood trees, click HERE!


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