January 19, 2018
Good morning. Well, here it is 9:30 and the guys aren't here yet to change over the oil drums. They told me they would be here between 8 and 9 a.m. Because of my crazy sleep habits and the fact that I fell asleep last evening for about three hours, I was awake all night so that I would not oversleep this morning. Ah well, if they are not here by ten, I'll give them a call.
Right now I'm so tired my eyes are having trouble staying open. I think last night could have been the night that I would have slept all through the night. Hmmm.
Well, I just called the company who is supposed to be here already, and the woman answering the phone doesn't know anything about it. She's going to check it and call me back. Aye yi yi!
Gosh, what a way to start off my new blog year. Lady Luck isn't being very nice to me lately. The lady from the "install" company just called me back and she says no one is coming out today. Are you kidding me??? This is not funny! She is going to do a bit more checking and call me back.
Now that I'm in a "not so nice" mood, let me tell you about my latest gripe. Have any of you watched the newest TV commercial for Turbo Tax? This newest ad is loaded with animal cruelty. It takes place on a fishing boat and grown men are laughing at a large sail fish (I think that's what it is) that is screaming and writhing in pain. I don't find any humor in this type of cruelty at all!
How about something pretty to look at? I dug out a few nice photos of the morning sky from a few years ago. I used to love photographing the sky early in the morning when I was at work or traveling to or from work. These four photos were taken on my way home from work one winter morning.
It sort of looks like the day started out pretty nice, but then a storm moved in. Yup, that's how quickly the weather can change here in New England. I find this very interesting.
Well, that's my chatter for this morning. Now I'm going to wait for my phone call to see what's going to be done about my fuel tanks. So, till Sunday, Y'all stay warm and have a fantabulous weekend.
Hugs, Edna B.