Good morning. Well, we're running out of morning here. I had a nice nap yesterday afternoon, so it wasn't so easy to fall asleep last night. Once I did fall asleep, I did not want to wake up so early this morning. And I didn't. I stayed under that cozy warm blanket as long as I could. Even Pogo slept in late this morning.
I've had the chills a lot lately, but I think it's just my body fighting off any germs or colds coming my way. Plus the cold temperatures have something to do with it too. It's definitely time to start my countdown days till Pogo and I get to Florida. Right now, we're at twenty four days. Sad to say, I cannot wish these days to go by quicker because I still have lots to do before we leave.
The good part of all this is that when we get back from Florida, we'll only be days away from the beginning of Spring. I'll be able to start taking down the screen covers on the porch, put the greenhouse together, and start some seeds. We'll be able to take the covers off the porch furniture, and put some plants outside, and ---- oh my, here I go rambling on and on. Gosh, I love Springtime.
As usual, I'm watching the Investigation Discovery channel on TV. Someone just made a 911 call. I know that most all the folks who work these 911 lines are very hard working folks. But sometimes I can't help but wonder why so many questions are asked over and over before help is sent out to the caller. (on TV)
If I tell you that someone is lying on the floor, covered in blood and not moving, I do believe that you should send the police and an ambulance immediately before you start asking me five minutes worth of questions. Of course, it's possible that it's only this way on television. I do know a couple people who answer these 911 calls, and they do get help out to the callers right away.
Sad to say, I'm also one of those persons who spot all the mistakes occurring in a movie scene or a TV commercial. My brother could spot them all too. Ever notice how when someone is arrested (on TV) the police put hand cuffs on the person and take them away, leaving the door to their house (or car or apartment) open and unlocked? That's annoying too. Where is the respect for someone else's belongings?
What about the pets that are left all alone in the home when someone is arrested and taken into custody? Does anyone go back to take care of these pets, or at least find them a caretaker? I'm sure I'm not the only one seeing all these things, right? Most folks notice these things, right? Hmmm? No, I guess not. It takes a special kind of kook to notice these booboos. Ah well, it's just a way of amusing myself, I guess.
Now that I've enlightened your curiosity about this sort of thing, let me share a couple photos that I dug out of my archives. I love photographing the sky and the clouds. There are some really awesome patterns in the sky,
Isn't it amazing how little scraps of paper can wield such a wicked sword??? Well, I'm off now to attack the paper work. So, till Sunday, Y'all have a fantabulous weekend.
Hugs, Edna B.