Working from home seems nice, doesn’t it?
Carol Channing seemed nice, too.
Peek into my world:
I don’t have a full-length mirror, so this is how I try on clothes.
Get out of bed and shower.
Get dressed and look up all local pets who are currently missing, because if I see Melia, Lucy, or Olivia wandering around, I want to greet them by name.
Wash face and put on pajamas.
Crawl into bed and arrange my legs into a diamond so the cats have a warm leg bed.
Look up all local pets who are currently missing. Think about how cold it is outside. Clench jaw. Tighter. Play Candy Crush until I fall asleep with my glasses on.
Unrelated, but sort of related:
My doctor (whom I adore) ((WHOM!!!)) switched up my medications this morning because I’ve been feeling challenged. Without giving you the actual details, let me just say this: If, in two weeks, you find me sitting in the corner chewing on frozen biscuits and listening to some bullshit Celine Dion sludge, please know that I need help. If, in two weeks, you find me sitting in the corner planning an adventure and listening to this, the proper switches have been flipped.
I bought this cleaning cloth last week when Jeff and I saw Ben Folds playing with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. (It was one dollar!) I’ve seen him (Ben Folds, but also Jeff) more than I’ve seen anyone, and his shows never get old. (Related: Photos of Jeff from 2003 look just like photos of Jeff from 2019. Like Ben Folds’s shows, Jeff never gets old. Dorian Gray.)
I’ll come back in a few days to talk about knitting. Why? Because I’ve been knitting.
5 thoughts on “Don’t eat a banana around me unless the radio is on.”
for me it’s a Certain Someone eating yogurt. I’m *this* close to burning the house down every time I hear that foil peel back
I hope the proper switches get flipped.
The nice thing about a mirror like that when you’re trying on clothes is that technically, you could be anyone. Which automatically gives trying on clothes mystique. I don’t know about you, but I think we could all use a little more mystique in our lives.
In case you have not read this article, here it is. I wonder if I dislike Hillary as much as you do C. Channing? Well, God will be the final judge on the two of them and the rest of us too. Hope things improve for you. You are a bright spot for a lot of people and that is surely good. : )
I can usually figure out (by Googling) obscure references, or anything I’m unsure of on your blog –many times throughout the years. But I must be missing something when it comes to C. Channing. Can someone enlighten me?
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