fizzles3rd person singular present, plural of fiz·zle
End or fail in a weak or disappointing way: "their revolt fizzled out".
We didn’t get one drop of rain here. Some places around here got a few drops but nothing to speak of. Our grass is the color of wheat now.
Have you ever noticed that a complete stranger will stop you and tell you their problems?? In the Kroger store this morning I noticed one of the lady workers pushing a lift with a heavy cart on it. I said hi and I bet that was a good workout for her figure. She stopped pushing and told me about her trips to the doctor and that it was discovered that she had bone spurs in both knees. I listened patiently because I know how painful bone spurs are. I have them in my neck, back and both ankles. I didn’t tell her my sad story, I just told her that I was so sorry. It really is easier to tell a total stranger things that you don’t discuss even with your family.
And on the way to the store I had 3 cars pull out right in front of me from stop signs and 2 that pulled out in front of me on the way home. The street I was on is all through traffic. The thought does cross my mind to speed up a little bit and give them a scare. That is dangerous so I never do. The thought is there however.
I have a whole chicken cooking so that I will have something healthy to eat this week.
I hope you all have a good week. Stay safe and be happy!!