Monday, April 20, 2009


FAMILY, n. A body of individuals living in one household, consisting of male, female, young, servants, dog, cat, dicky-bird, cockroaches, bedbugs and fleas- the "unit" of modern civilized society.

2009 Update: A union consecrated by the state for heaven's tolerance. Sacramental lambs, flocked.


Mo'a said...

Flag fresh from Iceland.
Family has been the theme for me these last few weeks.

Jim said...

Family and friends (bloggers too) are welcome at mi casa (when I get back home).

Nessa said...

Where would we be if we weren't told what what to think by someone else?

the amoeba said...

Focus group.

TLP said...

Family: You define it for yourself.

Unknown said...

people you get stuck with

hablete: garment for young nuns

Ariel the Thief said...

Family, when it is good, it is very, very good, but when it is bad, it is horrid.

quilly said...

those people you love to hate, or hate to love

Anonymous said...

those people
a planet
filled like
a cauldron
deciding between
simmer and
rolling boil
Peace-Think Earth Day--FAMILY--

Tom & Icy said...

Blood's thicker than water boarding

Jamie Dawn said...

Ariel - funny and true.

Family - relatives and others whom you are closely knitted to. As my Gramillo, once told me, "Family is more important than anything."

Doug The Una said...

Mo'a, you celebrate it well.

That sounds tempting, Jim. How's Mrs. Jim's cooking?

Right there, Nessa. Now, stay.

For many an unfinished project, Amoeba.

Amen, blogmama.

Yup, that happens too, K.

Ariel, a high alcohol content makes it both.

Or, at some stages, Quilly, are comfortable feeling ok about.

Bear, pod is one of my favorite clan words.

Especially when it's spilled, Icy.

Can't argue with that, JD. She's family, after all.

tsduff said...

Ariel - isn't that the girl with the curl in the middle of her forehead?

FAMILY: The unkindness with which I sometimes hang around.

weirsdo said...

Or at times consecrated by those other states, like Connecticut and Iowa.