Archive for December 2, 2010

Name That Baby

Posted in Family on December 2, 2010 by The Blonde
For those who do not know, we are expecting another grandbaby.  We just found out the other day that it is going to be a baby girl.  Our daughter and son-in-law do not have any names in mind for the new baby yet.  There is plenty of time, we are expecting the new baby in late April, early May.  I thought it would be kind of fun to have my readers give some suggestions for names so that I could pass them on to the new parents.
The baby’s older sister is Isabella Rose.  The name Isabella means “God is my vow” or “God is my consecration”. It also means “Beautiful” and it’s a Spanish, Italian, and French name. It also can be considered a Grecian name too.  And of course Rose is a no brainer on the meaning.
So readers, lets have some fun and give me some suggestions for baby girl names.

A Blonde Elk?!?! WOW!!!!

Posted in Now That's Some Funny Shit on December 2, 2010 by The Blonde

There’s more than one way to get a buck……saves on ammo, too!

Deer Loses Head-Butt Battle with Wisconsin Lawn Ornament

(Look in the Background)

A seven-point buck lost a fight with a 640-pound concrete elk lawn ornament in the backyard of Mark and Carol Brye’s home in Viroqua , Wis. last week.

The buck was apparently sparring with the lawn ornament. Mark Brye, 58, couldnt help but laugh about the unusual incident, the La Crosse Tribune reports.
“Our son and daughter gave it to us for Christmas four years ago because we like to hunt elk,” Brye told the Tribune. “The elk is a nice thing to see every morning. It looks pretty cool, especially on a foggy morning.”
Brye said he knew exactly what happened when he saw the elk tipped over on its side, but wasnt expecting to find the bucks carcass lying about 20 yards away.
The deer shattered its skull.  Brye claimed the deer using a deer tag issued by a Vernon County conservation warden. The warden’s tag note read: “lawn ornament fight & lost.”
He took the deer to a butcher and now has a freezer full of venison.


Thanks Lynelle