Yeh baby! So I’m sitting here in my comfy pants, a comfy tee shirt, a bowl of popcorn close at hand and I’m watching “The Big Bang Theory” as I wait impatiently for a show to come on PBS. And I know what you’re thinking right now. You’re thinking …
“Hey! How can I live a dazzling metro life style like you?”
And my response is …
“Hey! All you need is comfy pants and control of the TV remote control.”
And you’re now thinking …
“Now why didn’t I think of that?”
My work is done. I’m glad I could help you.
Ummm … my homemade bread has decided to come to life or something and it started growing penicillin or fungus amungus or something that wanted to evolve and become self aware. All I know is I didn’t like the way that it snapped at me. It had sharp pointy teeth and big green eyes and terrible, vile breath and it appeared to act like a creature from another world or another dimension!. I swear I saw my whole life pass in front of my eyes when it lashed out t me. It escaped out the back door into the frozen tundra and disappeared into the wild of central Minnesota. I sure hope no one gets hurt.
Yeh. Let’s start over and bake up some fresh bread this afternoon. I think that will be safer in the long run.
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The Ice Maiden decided that we needed a reminder that it’s still winter and this is still central Minnesota. She dropped some of that icky bad white stuff on us overnight. Oh lucky us! Clearing the drive was my morning PT effort.
We had a lunar eclipse early this morning. I wish I had a camera lens that could capture something like that. What I have just just quite make the reach or have the clarity. It was magnificent to watch until the clouds from the west obscured it.
One of the gummys gave me her sinus cold. I’m sure one or both will giggle about it. I just absolutely love how my sinuses feel right now. Not!
A friend said that traffic and downtown Minneapolis is starting to feel the upswing of people coming in for next Sunday’s Super Bowl. I am so glad that I don’t have to make that light rail commute to downtown Minneapolis right now. I’m sure the ride home would not be fun from this point forward.
Another January is soon to go into the books. Wow! Where has the time gone?