I am glad that hurricane season is finally here. Not that I want the death and destruction that comes with a hurricane. I just want the rain. Lots and lots of steady rain. We are still in a drought here, and the summer heat will pull even more moisture from the air. I'm not worried about the cacti. It's all the other plants and trees that I don't want to lose. Not to mention all the critters that will come looking for water and scare the bejeebers out of my husband.
The San Antonio Spurs are my
favorite basketball team, let's just get that out of the way. I am not a huge basketball fanatic. But I like the Spurs. They don't talk smack. People talk smack about them, and they don't
respond, or they just laugh. The Spurs don't deliberately
hurt other players. Even Dennis Rodman made a Herculean effort to behave himself when he was a Spur. The Spurs are just nice people. Oh, and they also play some killer b-ball.
My husband likes to go to Wal-mart. Not for any actual shopping, mind you. He was looking for this particular spider:
What he was actually asked to go to the store for was milk. Do other husbands hit the store for one thing and come home with something completely different? I want to know! But the older Lego kids often remain closed until their owner reaches the appropriate age, so I'll be looking at the spider for awhile.
Am I the only person who noticed that the Lady Antebellum song "Need You
Now" is actually a booty call? Yep, it's after 1am, and I'm drunk, so get your butt over here NOW for some lovin'! So romantic, these
kids today! I suppose it keeps them off the street.
WKRP in Cincinnati was one of the funniest shows on television, back in the day. Sometimes I miss Herb Tarlek. And Venus Flytrap. And Les Nesman. Occasionally I will get tape, and in his honor, make myself a door for my cubicle. That always makes me smile.
And now, from the random child files: "Frogs are naked!" Yes, indeed they are naked. As God intended. We would probably freak if they started wearing clothing. Frogs would probably be snappy dressers.