I love Christmas music--in small doses. I sang all those songs many, many times, and they get stuck in my head. I don't like to hear them sung or played off-key, which happens often. I am sort of a caroling snob. I just realized. But I have a son who is currently running through the house singing "Fleece Navidoc", so I am sure that I will get over that. My favorite Christmas song is the Hallelujah Chorus, which you're not likely to hear while caroling, but it's a very uplifting song.
We went to sleep on Sunday night with temperatures in the 70s. We woke up on Monday with them in the 40s. To say that was a bit of a shock is an understatement. You'd think that with the extra blubber I carry around, I'd be warm enough, but this is that "bone deep" cold. It's like your bones freeze first, and once that happens, it takes days to thaw out. I wasn't all that excited about Maisy waking me up at one in the morning so that I could take her outside to piddle, as a result of the chill. It's supposed to freeze tonight, in the twenties. After that, the weather will return to its regularly scheduled winter programming of 70 degrees.
|He's looking at me like I'm weird, isn't he?|
|A nap, and lots and lots of painkillers.|
Larry and I have been all about SongPop these days. It's an app/Facebook game. You listen to snippets of songs and see if you can guess, then your opponent gets a turn. It is very much a "Name That Tune" type of game. I've been doing well in the Classic Rock types of categories, but the others? Yeesh. I thought that "Ska" was some sort of skater music.
Anyway, I'm visiting Stacy over at Stacy Uncorked. Go check her out, and tell her that she doesn't look a day over twenty-nine!