I know this photo of one of Sainted Patient Wife’s flowers in our yard at “The Compound” has nothing to do with the completion of our new Comfort Room, but I thought I could score some points with SPW if I featured one of her babies (she loves her flowers!) And you guys out there know that it doesn’t hurt to make the wife happy every once and awhile. If she wasn’t sleeping over at her sister Alida’s nipa hut in our front yard, I would ask her what kind of flower this is. All I can tell you that it’s a flower. But wait until she sees this picture! I may be a Bonehead most of the time (and proud of it), but on occasion I do get a good idea that is going to benefit me.
d some new reading material for it, since I don’t get a daily newspaper delivered here because we don’t have a daily newspaper. Who needs a newspaper when I have a lola (grandma, The Feared Giant Lizard Killer), who goes into town and collects the lastest chiz miz (gossip)? She can gather information quicker than Aunt Bea on a party line talking to the Mayberry operator Sarah. God Bless my mother-in-law, whose real first name is Rogelia; I’m sure it must be difficult having a bonafide Bonehead as a son-in-law. Maybe that’s why she prays faithfully every night at 6, and goes to Mass all the time. I’m sure God will reward her for the trials I am putting her and everyone else through at “The Compound.”
I’m going out later this afternoon down the road just past Albert’s Motorcycle Shop to get a photo that relates to my upcoming news event of the witch situation here. I’m going to drop you a little clue, the latest information that I have is not related to the witch that is reported to be attending our local high school here, but is another supernatural entity that has been seen, again just nearby us, and has been responsible for….well, I’m just going to have to wait a few days more to tell you that. Hopefully, I’ll make it back from the site where this latest evil has been spotted, and will be able to continue with this blog. That’s life in the Philippines, a little risky at times, but never boring. Thanks for checking out “The Rooster Crows at 4am!”