Yes We Can Take Naps!
"It feels weekendy" The Holbs says. It causes me pause and I consider: does it feel weekendy?
I don't suppose Tuesday has a consistent feel, does it?
"I don't suppose Tuesday has a consistent feel, does it?" I say aloud.
Most of my thoughts are worth saying out loud I've found. You may say I like the way my own voice sounds but mostly I like the way other voices sound when they are telling me how smart and clever and right I am. ;)
I do enjoy being right. This must be why I am right so frequently.
Both of us voted today but only one of us voted for a winner. I will not say whom. But I will refer you to the above paragraph. It was rainy. Rainy and blustery as I stood in line and voted with the other senior citizens that live with me in Precinct 9 in the Cultural Capital of America: Moscow, Idaho. I got my sticker and then the Starbucks folks kindly told me I could NOT swap a free drip coffee for a free steamed milk. I pondered the cost comparison of a drip coffee vs. a steamed milk as I paid for my drink. Like in Flight of the Conchords when Jemaine asks "What is wrong with the world today?" and why do sneakers made in sweat shops still cost so much and "WHAT'S YOUR OVERHEAD?" And then it snowed for five whole minutes.
And I admit I was napping when Holbs called me thirteen times because dear sweet Betsy The Flying Yet Unreliable Potato decided to overheat and he was stranded at the mechanic! I was napping during Holbs The Red's Time Of Need. And he had to walk all the way home past the Safeway in the coldest night of November so far and I felt terrible. So I took him to a butter-filled feast of a dinner to warm his chilly bones. (I didn't think it tasted very good. Oh woe!)
And then I was a very, very gracious winner.
Only now Brooks & Dunn is opening the acceptance speech and I am wondering if it is too late to rescind my vote. I don't know if I've ever mentioned but I despise Brooks & Dunn.