Reverend Mother has sensed the hovering, wondering waitng RGBP's and finally writes:
"Whoops! I have been in a family-induced haze these few days, with the July 4 holiday and taking time off while relatives are visiting. So I literally lost track of what day it was!"
So rather than make you guys wait even one minute longer for the five, I'll dig up an oldie:
Today, what are you:
Old cut off sweatpants, with a white undershirt, covered by a $2 Ross dark olive t-shirt that says "Luckyville High Tigers" with a tiger in the middle. The t-shirt was thrown over my "pj" outfit to wait for the camp bus with Wonderboy this morning.
I'm so behind on my books, and I'm into several:
"An Irish Country Doctor" by Patrick Taylor
"Walking the Bible" by Bruce Feiler
"Plato and a Platypus Walk Into a Bar" Understanding Philosophy through Jokes, by Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein
and Wonderboy and I are reading "The White Wolf" from the A to Z Mysteries series by Ron Roy
Green tea and Oatmeal. My standard breakfast
Sitting at my computer blogging!!!
Well, after this, it's yoga in the den, then work today. And I pray I find time to wash the car. I can't see it for the dirt. And laundry. Then later I thought it might perhaps be interesting to rewrite Romeo and Juliet so that I can play all the parts ;)
A daring probe into the stranger regions of my neural pathways to be sure!
~How will I organize moving my mother, perhaps moving us, keep my job and maintain a calm, composed exterior all at the same time.
~How interesting it is when what I write and chat about with my son turns up in TV shows, other people's conversations, my pastor's sermon, and headlines.
~How the vagaries of our organic existence fall into any kind of rational juxtaposition with God's plan.
~Disappointment over discovering the tricks behind Criss Angel's illusions. But on the other hand, I learned how to levitate.
~Why the cost of EVERYTHING is increasing exponentially, while our income does not.
~What will I be doing 10,000 years from now?
~Jeans or shorts today?
You know, the usual.