Hi D&D. Did they actually spell site “s-i-g-h-t?”
Hi contralto, I’ve heard some guy tenors who sound like women. Besides, in a section, who can tell as long as you’re singing in the same octave? In one of my college choirs, the director would have me sing with whatever section needed an extra voice. I was okay with tenor, but baritone was beyond my range. Tell your music director he’s sexist and to knock it off — lol. Very Best Regards.
A sloth could beat the download time for this site this morning. Anyone else having problems?
Hi capkidd, Sounds like you had a really rough night. I hope Louie’s barking didn’t wake you up. Best Regards.
Hi JP, But Santa would still be overweight, and there wouldn’t be anyone to take all his notes re: the practice runs. I vote we let the little runt stay — lol. Best Regards and all that stuff – grin.
Hi stefaninafla, They do sound lovely, and what I’ve seen on Dr. Jeff, Rocky Mtn Vet, they love to cuddle with their people, too. I hate to admit it,though, that their tails really could use some fluffy fur – smile. Best Regards.
Okay, but why would we want to do that?
“I just wish they lived longer.” Hi contralto. So true. Isn’t the average for domestic rats only about 2 to 3 years? Even if they make it to 4 or 5 years, it’s still too short.
P.S. I love your handle. I used to be a coloratura. Now, rapidly approaching age 80, I sound more like a crow on its deathbed – lol. Best Wishes.
Hi dadlivonia, Well, no. He does look a lot like Nate, but in the December 2nd strip, we see Santa at home without his hat. Not only is his hair white (which we already knew) but he’s mostly bald (which we didn’t know). Best Regards.
Hi Amra, Santa is magical. He can do anything. And, of course you know he reads the Overboard comments, so I’m sure he’ll lose weight while remaining his jolly old fat-looking self – smile. Wishing you the very best, Ginnie