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December, 2011

Year End Clearance

It’s the end of the year and time to clear out all the people we don’t need to hear about next year. How about a one-year haitus from those people who, like old clothes, need to be stashed away, and maybe some say, they won’t look as stupid as they do today, and we can bring them back. People who make you say, “If I see that face one more time, I’ll just stab myself in the eye with a pencil.”

Here’s my list:

Kim Kardashian,  Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen, everybody’s “baby bump,” my neighbor across the street, and Rosie O’Donnell. (there, I said it!)

Who did I miss?


Year in Review

There was a lot of busting in 2011. Here are some to remember:

WHO BUSTED UP:

Demi Moore & Ashton Kutcher – How NOT surprised were we that this union didn’t last? Let’s make a rule that you can’t have sex with anyone the same age as your kids.

Kim Kardashian & Kris Humphries – ‘Til death do us part… or until after the wedding special airs. Divorced after 72 days? I’ve had Mexican food that lasted longer.

Sinead O’Connor – Her marriage to a drug counselor ended after 16 days. Apparently, needing to get high on her wedding night didn’t sit well with the groom. Sinead’s a stoner? Maybe she just got married for the cake.

WHO BUSTED OUT?

Nancy (nip-slip) Grace on Dancing With The Stars.

WHO GOT BUSTED?

Arnold Schwartzenneger – How much more unforgivable can something be? And how much in denial do you have to be to not see the family resemblance? If Arnold ever films a remake of “Twins” we have the perfect co-star!

Jerry Sandusky – The extent of the damage he has done may never be fully known but I can only hope that he serves his time in a prison where he has to shower with the other inmates.

Anthony Weiner – He seemed unable to identify his own penis and once he realized it was his, he wasn’t sure he sent the picture. Maybe it wasn’t his finger that pushed the “send” button.

🙂


Rhonda’s (& Martin’s) Cats

Rhonda’s…

“This is my 9 year old cat Gypsy. She is a tortoiseshell Maine Coon. She is the sweetest nicest cat, but then she does have an attitude from time to time. I got her from my cousin. The momma cat only had one kitten and she kept putting her in the wall down in the basement, so I got her at 5 weeks because I didn’t want anything bad to happen to her. I had to soften her food until she could eat hard food. I call her Bea-Bea sometime. Oh and Jenny, she is my squirrel catcher ;)”

“This is my 5 year old cat Dixie. She is a black and gray Ocicat. She’s my stray and she was about 6 weeks old when I found her in the backyard. I got all upset because I didn’t want to take her to the pound or a shelter so I kept her. I love her markings. I thought she was a tabby at first but the vet said she looks like a Ocicat because she’s spotted not striped. I will share more photos of her markings later…”

“This is my 2 year old cat Cleo. I don’t know what type of cat she is but she looks and feels like a Ragdoll. She is so soft and fluffy. I got her from my brother. We had Thanksgiving at his house the year my Dad passed and I tried to stay away from the litter of kittens he had because I knew I would end up taking one home. 2 hours after being there, here I am holding her and when I picked her up I knew I wasn’t letting her go…”

Martin’s…

Martin says, “This is April she will be nine in the spring. She was rescued from the Ford Plant we had here before it got knocked down.”


“Another Fine Mess”

Here’s a Christmas present I gave Denis who is a big Laurel & Hardy Fan. “Another Fine Mess” is one of their short comedy features. Denis does Oliver Hardy impressions all the time just to make me laugh. Merry Christmas from us both.  Jenny


Merry Christmas!

I’d like to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and I hope all your Christmas wishes come true.

One of my wishes came true when I got to sing with a gospel group. It was eleven years ago when Brent Jones and the TP Mobb performed on my Christmas show and invited me to sing with them. I was so nervous I thought I might faint but I got through it… with lots of love from the audience.

Click here to listen to our version of “Silent Night.”

Happy Holidays!