Get off my lawn


As you may or may not know, I suffer from a chronic illness called, Early Onset Curmudgeon Syndrome [EOCS]. There's no cure, but most people suffering from EOCS, live long and cranky lives. No need to start up a fund raiser, just send truffles. So, when I saw this "Hi-Falutin'" whiskey, I knew I had to have it, even if it tasted terrible.

Whipper Snapper Whiskey

It neither treats nor alleviates the symptoms of EOCS but it tastes just fine and dandy. Why not enjoy a lovely adult beverage while telling the neighbors' children to pull up their pants and turn their music down?

When I have a flare up of my EOCS, I find the best remedy is a healthy dose of this:

Oregon Coast -- June 7, 2013_23

Because afterwards, I get a few days of this:

Oregon Coast -- June 7, 2013_26

And, if you are so inclined, a splash of whiskey while a few tired mutts curl up next to you on the couch, isn't so bad, either.


Sweet! That label is pretty awesome and I think I would have had to buy it, myself. As always your pups are da bom.
Regardless of your condition you are pretty sassy and that's the bees knees.

Haha! I suffer from (undiagnosed) EOCS as well. Seriously, kids today need to pull up their pants - - when I was a kid, I wore my pants cinched tightly around my belly button!

Looks like a great day at the beach.

'm sure I suffer from CS (too old for EO !) I think, however, that it is humanity's natural temperament & that overly cheery folks have something to hide!

I love how your dogs are all at low angles from the ground in that photo. They were WAY into that game! Passion of that sort is to be celebrated, whether human or canine.

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