Sunday, September 06, 2009


A trio of light-hearted links to accompany the morning coffee, or your Sunday tipple of choice.

Walmart - Sam Walton's brainchild grown into a somewhat obnoxious adult, has become the store many people love to hate. Some, with camera in hand, find it a source of good natured (I hope) fun. Some of these photos (and the captions) are precious! Note: the pages date back to August, when the site originated. When I first stumbled on the site I wondered if the whole concept was simply mean, cruel even. According to the site's rules, it seems that the subjects have given permission for the publication of these photos - bless 'em, they probably even laughed at themselves. You have to love the oddness of life in the raw - it's what makes it all real, and gives the lie to overdone perfection.


Then there's CRAFTASTROPHE......"because handmade isn't always pretty".

AND...I found Leeuna Foster's blog only recently, but will be a regular reader from now on: "MY MIND WANDERED....and it never came back." The post titled "I shaved my Legs For This" had me laughing out loud, several times. I can relate closely to the writer's experiences at her doctor's office.


Laura said...

Great website! I don't think its cruel, I think it just shows nature at its best and people living life.

Leeuna said...

Thanks for adding my blog link to your site. I'm happy that you enjoyed it. I have been browsing your blog and really enjoying the mix of entertainment and enlightenment. I will be back often for sure.

Twilight said...

Laura ~~~ Glad you enjoyed it....yes, people "in the wild", the best sort, too, I reckon!

Twilight said...

Leeuna ~~
Hello, it's nice to "meet" you! Thanks so much for popping by and looking around.
I do admire your writing, and ability to raise a laugh from your readers - it's a great gift - even more difficult using the written word thn the spoken word I always think.

anyjazz said...

A good post.

I always enjoy hearing about what interests you and the links are first class humor

Twilight said...

Anyjazz - Ta! :-)