Well, I am already behind on my blogging. I don't know where the time goes. I want to do a blog on so many things, some of them being hoarding, clouds, shopping trip with grand kids, my new grand babies.
Today will be quick since I don't have a lot of time. I love old shows, love, love, love them. I love Leave it to Beaver, Dick Van Dyke, The Andy Griffith Show, and newer ones like Mary Tyler Moore and the Walton's. Anyway, I was listening to Leave it to Beaver yesterday as I was getting ready for the day and Wally said a wonderful quote that I love. "There is no percentage in being a sore head". Wally had wanted to go to a friends cabin for the weekend and Ward and June thought the boys parents would be there also. Wally hadn't found out until the day before they were to leave that the parents weren't going to be there. Wally didn't tell his parents until the day of and of course Ward and June wouldn't let him go. He was pretty angry over the whole thing and it took him a day or two to get past it. Beaver was talking to Wally and couldn't understand why Wally was not mad at his parents anymore and that is when Wally said the infamous line. So much in such a small sentence.
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