Sunday, July 8, 2012

Guess What Day This Is...?

It's a Sunday once again, and that's a good thing.

What that means is that we either made it through another week...or that we are getting a fresh start on a new one! Win-win, you might say!

Anyway, Sunday always means cartoons! Mainly just because I want to!



And just because I liked that one, here is another!



Well, it's time to get some coffee and move out to the patio. Looking for some more rain later, but for now we're good!

8 comments:

thecottagebythecranelakeolof1 said...

They are just wonderful :-) I always feel a bit sorry for that poor coyote :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.

Momlady said...

Thank you, once again, for the 'toons. It's a great way to start the day. Hey, if you get rain send some this way please.

Phyllis (N/W Jersey) said...

Friends, coffee and 'toons! What could be better?
Big thunder & lightning storms last night, but not a drop of rain. We are parched here - send it all our way!

JOJO said...

I wasn't sure I was in the mood to watch toons this morning. But glad I did had me laughing in no time.
Thank You and lets all share some time on the patio with our coffee.

HermitJim said...

Hey Momlady...
Glad you liked them, lady!

I'll try and send some rain, but you have to take the 'skeeters with it!

Thanks for coming by today!


Hey Phyllis...
It does seem like a pretty good way to start the day to me!

We are getting the rain but only a small amount of thunder...which is strange for down here!

Sure does make the flowers grow, though!

Thanks for coming over this morning!


Hey JoJo...
I'm glad you decided to watch 'em anyway! Nothing like a smile to start the day!

I appreciate you coming by this morning, sweetie!

HermitJim said...

Hey Christer...
If nothing else, you have to give him credit for trying!

Thanks, buddy, for coming over today!

Hillbilly Geezer said...

Thanks for the great memory and coffee. This was my father's favorite cartoon. I loved it when Wyley would look surprised ever single time his plan was foiled and my dad would mutter, "Know how he feels.."

HermitJim said...

Hey Hillbilly...
My Dad was the same way! The Roadrunner was one of his favorites and could make him chuckle out loud, as few things did!

I sure am glad you could come by today and visit! Always got a spot for ya at the patio table!