15 responses to “Home for Sale

  1. Not if I got there first!


  2. I am not very rich; I would be glad,
    if I could buy at least a little motor-home:
    me, posing with my Dobro Robert Johnson Guitar
    (replica from China) in front of a motor-home,
    which is not my own …


  3. spring-trip
    me posing with a yellow brand new beagle car
    (Volkswagen) which of course is not my own;
    I passed by as a pedestrian …


  4. compare Ms. Kathleen:
    Me and my little daisy bug
    title="Me and my little daisy bug"
    by Ms. Kathleen / Kathleen Marie O’Donnell-Grone


  5. Lovely! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚


  6. Thank you Fizz! I sure hope it sells fast. We are anxious to get moving west πŸ™‚ Bless you!


  7. Dear Ms. Kathleen,
    I think soon I will live in the hades, because I am a philosopher (Socrates) and an atheist.
    But till then I enjoy to know the picture of your wonderful wooden house in the Black Hills. Wood – not good in hades …



    • As my dear father-in-law use to say, “there are no atheist is fox holes”. Regardless of what you believe, God still loves you πŸ™‚


      • dear Ms. Kathleen,
        β€œthere are no atheist is fox holes”… difficult to understand for me as a foreigner; maybe that means: in fox holes we find atheists? – and: I noticed, that God has an eye on me; I was saved out of many bad situations. So maybe at the end of my life I will be a Christ better than Louis Armstrong. Already now I like to sing gospel music to my guitar – and one of my best moments I had in a New York (Harlem) Gospel church πŸ™‚


        • A fox hole is a trench men dig during war time to protect themselves from on coming fire … So they are in danger of dying and thus question there faith since death can be near.

          Gospel music can be beautiful. Would love to hear you sing some πŸ™‚

          Oh, and my house is for sale for 329 thousand US dollars — Not millions! ha!


  8. Hi Frizz-text,
    I replied to your comment… Definitely do stop by and share the Capoeira video. πŸ™‚
    Thank you,


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