Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Jon? Uninteresting?? It's a complete impossibility.
It was an annoyingly uneventful day. I did absolutely nothing - - and I did it with astounding lethargy. I'm still in merciless pain from my back and shoulder, but I have no intention of going to a doctor. They do nothing more than dispense pills and send bills (hey, it rhymes).
I'm not into pills and I don't like bills. I've survived far worse things than this without the aid of a doctor. Yea, that's probably why I'm half-dead.
Spent several morning hours administering physical and mental therapy to my computer. It's called recuperation after virus. Have you ever heard of the Health Alert virus? No, I am not kidding, it really exists. And it's terrifying. Almost more terrifying than Obamacare.
Aw, settle down. I couldn't resist.
Better not make any more jokes like that Jon, or your blog followers will disown you. All two of them.
Heck, I know what it's like to be disowned. When I had my other blog, Lone Star Concerto, I made an innocent anti-Hillary remark and three followers abandoned me in one day. No lie.
Just concentrate on humoring us with your gay Hollywood stories and breathtaking piano videos, Jon. Everything will be all right.
By the way, Jonathan - nothing you say is ever exactly "innocent"......
(people who talk to themselves are extremely weird)
My cat Scruffy was spayed over a week ago. This afternoon I tried to remove the stitches but it was a complete impossibility. She wouldn't hold still for a second and I couldn't even locate the damn things. She bloodied my hands with her protesting claws (sounds like something out of a cheap romance novel, doesn't it?).
I'll have to bring her to the vet tomorrow. It will take half a dozen assistants wearing heavy work gloves to hold her down. And some leather restraints and probably a few sedatives.
I don't know why the vet didn't use dissolving stitches. After all, this is the twentieth century. Or the twenty-first century. Or whatever.
Today was an incredibly gorgeous day. Beautiful beyond belief. 70 degrees. Cloudless sky. Pure mountain air. Birds singing in trees. Wildflowers attempting to burgeon. Lazy wasps droning around.
It was exactly like a scene from one of those old, animated, Technicolor Disney movies. Well, all except for the droning wasps.
The sunset this evening was spectacular, with the crescent moon and Venus lingering overhead. I snapped a photo with my digital camera (sans flash). It turned out crappy but I posted it anyway.
The moon doesn't look crescent on the photo, it looks like a little wayward white blob.
The weather is warming up, all the snow has vanished, Easter is in the near future.
I think spring is here to stay.