Share Your World For July 12 2021

Melanie asks the questions, and I sort-of answer them.

What would be much better if you could just change the color of it? The uniforms of the Chicago White Sox. They’ve been wearing their current ones (which are black-on-white) for over 30 years.

Source: National Baseball Hall of Fame

I’d like to see them go back to the red uniforms they wore in the early ’70’s.

Source: National Baseball Hall of Fame

Or maybe combine the two, like keep the black lettering and logo but put them on the red pinstripes.

Do You Think Cats Have Any Regrets? I know for a fact they don’t.

Do you ever count your steps when you walk? Sometimes, just for giggles.

Is there a supreme power? There is, and it’s nothing like an earthly one.

17 thoughts on “Share Your World For July 12 2021

  1. I know there are objects I would love to change the colour of but my mind has drawn a blank…except for Trump’s hair…take the furball off it’s head and let it go grey…who the hell is he kidding? Cats have no regrets hence why my one cat keeps putting her claws on my face at 5:30 in the morning. I have counted my steps before forgetting where I was and just letting it go. I do love the silly walks of these 4 lads from Liverpool. I’d like to think there is a supreme being but I think he would be really pissed with us right now.


  2. Thank you John for Sharing Your World! Your memes are always so appropriate, and hilarious! The cat one? Purrrrfect. That IS the attitude of most cats I’ve ever encountered. I have only ever met one cat (a Siamese) who was so mellow and laid back that my dog (at the time) would curl up with him and go to sleep. They’d groom each other too. O_o This was eons ago.. Good ol’ days. Hm. Thanks for your right to the heart of the matter answers too! Have a great week and how is your brother getting on?


    1. Thanks for asking… I talkd to him the other day, briefly because he was tired after a day of physical and occupational therapy. I think he comes home this week and starts in-home physical therapy. A lot is still up in the air, and he’s going to have some changes forced on him (he might not be able to work or drive, kind of like what I was going through). Kip really enjoyed his job (he sold joint replacements) but I’m sure had to be thinking about retiring; now it’s almost a certainty. It’s going to be an adjustment for him…


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