Saturday was abysmal.
The weather was unpleasant, we had a bad event and I had an ear ache. I hit the trifecta! I haven’t had an earache since Methusala was a child. I didn’t even know adults could get ear aches. I still have it and am totally deaf on my right. If anyone knows how to get rid of it please share the info. I’m all
ears . Ear.
It is most unwonderful; and unlike when our kids were sick, I don’t have anyone who’ll stroke my hair while I lay on the couch.
Sunday I was just a layabout and did a whole lot of nothing and let my body attempt to heal itself. Doug and I watched about half of Shogun. It’s a great mini-series. While watching it I decided that I wouldn’t have fared well in Japan in 1600. All the ladies walked about in these teeny-weeny steps; and while that’d probably good for me (from a not falling standpoint); they also were extremely subservient to the men.
Not so good for me.
I’d wound up headless in no time.
In the meantime, because you all know how much I love to share knowledge, here’s a clip answering one of the big questions that has plagued mankind for years.
Now, if any of you happen to go to meet your maker today, you won’t have to bother him with that question.
And now that I’ve provided a public service for everyone, here’s just some cute stuff for you.
It would appear that all moms have to play chauffeur at some point–
And apparently a cat is a cat no matter what kind of cat they are–
And these little guys kinda freak me out–
Here’s a canine who found his perfect spot for a quick rest. He looks a lot like Naughty George, my friend Annie’s dog.
Give him a break. The old guy just looks tired and needs a quick rest. I can totally relate.
Besides, obviously the bride was OK with it. Good for her.
And finally here’s a guy I’d put it for Father of the Year–
Doug woulda done that with Brett back in the day.
Sometimes I miss those days when the kids were little and thought we were just wonderful. Then I remember their teenage years and I snap right back to reality.
So I guess that’s it for now. I hope all is well with you and yours; and if I don’t get back here before Sunday let me wish you all a Happy Easter.