Current Status

Sitting on the back porch, having a pipe, and listening to Glenn Miller (and his many orchestra ensembles)

I really should be 95 years old.

I am loving the head rush from the new tobacco, cool summer night breeze, and quiet street that is usually busy.

Small moments like this that ground and center are a huge reason life doesn’t totally suck.

Met Romy for lunch today at the Thirsty Lion and then headed over to REI. We came away with a baby carrier backpack thing. This thing is crazy - fully adjustable, built in sunshade, built in stirrups for his feet, and high back for his head/neck support.
…I kind of felt like Master Blaster from Thunderdome… or.. more accurately, a horse. He’d pull on his strings and lean one way and I’d be inclined to go that way… then he’d kick his legs like he wanted me to go faster.
I never had stuff like this as a kid so on one hand I think it’s awesome.. on the other.. I never knew kids could replace rucksacks. 

Met Romy for lunch today at the Thirsty Lion and then headed over to REI. We came away with a baby carrier backpack thing. This thing is crazy - fully adjustable, built in sunshade, built in stirrups for his feet, and high back for his head/neck support.

…I kind of felt like Master Blaster from Thunderdome… or.. more accurately, a horse. He’d pull on his strings and lean one way and I’d be inclined to go that way… then he’d kick his legs like he wanted me to go faster.

I never had stuff like this as a kid so on one hand I think it’s awesome.. on the other.. I never knew kids could replace rucksacks. 

Holy Follower Count, Batman! (LoLs)

Leathers, Tori Amos, Non-Dairy Creamer, Hiking, Reasons I Don’t Drink Work Coffee Black, and the Oxford comma

Topics I’ve posted about this morning

Totally losing followers and I’m trying to determine which one of the topics above it is.

My guess is it’s the Oxford Comma. Hotly debated and people are passionate over it.

Ah well, my lull is over and time to jump into meetings for the rest of the afternoon. 

Hope all of you that are still around have a wonderful day.  To those of you that have buggered off due to the Oxford comma, well, I SAY GOOD DAY!