Heifer My smart mouth always gets me in trouble and if it’s not my mouth it’s my facial expressions shirt, hoodie, lady tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
My smart mouth always gets me in trouble, and if it’s not my mouth it’s my facial expressions but you know what they say; Embrace the glorious mess that you are! So….Haedu!, Wherever the wind blows Mo’girl, Goa iwa. A late afternoon drive to the coast for purposes of checking on the camp (it would be a cottage if it had a full indoor bathroom) found the road still muddy, the coffee from Tradewinds convenience stores to be delicious, and Ellie was pleased to be swimming in water which made my fingers numb. That’s Heifer My smart mouth always gets me in trouble and if it’s not my mouth it’s my facial expressions shirt. Thank you!
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Dog’s facial expressions don’t really change. Sure, their eyes get wide in certain situations, but overall they just look the same whether they are staring at you from the rug, or enveloped well-above their nether regions by water which cannot be much more than 42 degrees (Fahrenheit just in case you question my scale). This leads me to consider that the 1894 painting by CM Coolidge was pretty accurate. The facial expressions depicted in “Dogs playing Poker” are exactly like the facial features from Ellie as she stood wistfully staring at a couple of Common Mergansers who are starting a new life together at the lake. I believe these ducks are in a family way.
Sure, her ears were up but otherwise she certainly avoided expressing any discomfort or excitement, and her black lips never turned blue. I would have been making noises which would have driven the ducks away while all my body parts recoiled from the post ice-out water’s bone chilling cold. Coolidge must have made that connection when he painted that staple artwork which should be hung in every basement in America. The term poker-face could have been a result of the expressive lack of expression from these gambling dogs. Shout-out to Lady GaGa for putting that magical phrase to music. It really sounded like “Polka-Face” to me when she sang it. This gives me visions of Gus Polinski, the Polka-King of the midwest. John Candy fans will get that one.