Monday, June 23, 2014

Is It Monday Already?

Ugh. I can't wake up this morning. I've fed the dogs, the cats, the dog across the street, let the chickens out, given them their scratch, read the paper and drunk about half a pot of coffee and I'm still not really awake.
The air is heavy, dense with moisture this morning and we still haven't gotten rain, just teases of spits here and there. The sky is the color of a hatchet head. I need to go take a walk. I need to go to the store. I need to wake up and get out and do something and the boys will be here this early afternoon. I am hoping, hoping, hoping that another of the young hens lays an egg for Owen to find because he will be so excited. He's going to look at the cut-back azaleas and say, "What happened here?" or maybe, "I didn't see THAT coming," or, "Are you serious?" because these are the things he says.
He notices everything. Everything.

I have nothing to say.

If you grew up in the sixties and seventies, you might enjoy watching THIS. 
Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Jessica Parker go for coffee in a 1976 Ford Country Squire station wagon.
We had one of those monsters. It was blue. With fake wood paneling.

Good times.

Not really. But it's a funny little film.


  1. That was so much fun to watch. The giggling is contagious! Thank you.

  2. That funny little film was a fun way to start the morning -- thank you!

  3. We had the gray skies yesterday...then the skies opened up and we got almost an inch of rain. Today it's 90 degrees, sunny, and 90% humidity. I'm just being a sloth today because it's miserable out there!

  4. Sylvia- SJP is a master giggler. Jerry ain't bad either.

    Elizabeth- "Mothers don't have headaches. They have splitting headaches!"

    Catrina- Sigh. Summer.

  5. I really enjoyed that.

    Seeing SJP eat real people food gave me hope in humanity.

  6. For a station wagon, that thing is gorgeous! I think it's the red color. I wonder if it's really Sarah Jessica Parker's? I can't see her parking it in the city.

  7. Owen is funny. His sayings are priceless.


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