There has been snow around here. That’s great. Totally ready for it.
At our parent/teacher conference, Addison’s teacher used the word gobsmacked. How awesome is that?
Some things you just can’t stop thinking about. You want to, but you know they’re of greater import than anything you might focus on instead.
And then you have to move on, because holy crap.
The song stuck in my head this morning: alarm clock buzz. That “nahhhh, nahhhh, nahhhh” sound. I don’t even use my alarm that makes that noise anymore except as a backup. Grrr, Memory. Grrr, Brink of Consciousness.
Cash. What’s that about?
Sometimes people say and believe dumb things. Can we just let that kind of thing go, or is being the Right Police that important?
Because I say some dumb stuff.
And by we, I almost always mean society.
If you don’t watch or have never watched Friends, the cultural gap that exists between us can be crossed only by hard work, commitment to understanding, love for each other, and/or mad dumb luck.
I’ve loved the Cubs for a long, long time. These days, I’m really starting to like them.
The Muppets movie can’t get here fast enough. Which is weird, because the days and weeks are flying.
We’re having a baby.
And by we, I don’t mean society.
It’s 11/11/11, if you don’t mind swimming in the waters of pre-Y2K nomenclature.
Is this a long enough list to just post? I hope so. I don’t feel any more random things coming up.
Oh, wait! No. Never mind. I got nothing. Maybe I’ll add to this later.
No, wait again! 11/11/11 is a palindrome and . . . whatever the word is for all the same number. That won’t happen again until long after we stop caring that this happened today.
UPDATE: One more thing. It’s a terrible thing to evaluate your day based solely on whether or not you’ve showered. Showering is overrated.
Also: today you may want to stand just a bit farther away from me than you normally would. No reason.