I went to my neighborhood Giant yesterday. When I got home I discovered that someone who was Biggie enough had pulled the butter dish from the counter and licked that sucker clean. Now, I wonder who that was?
And I only rode for a little over 8 miles yesterday - I stopped when the music stopped. My ear buds weren't charged and lost the Bluetooth connection. When riding on the road, you need to keep focused. Music is essential, however, when riding on a trainer.
Today is nice and sunny. This means I'm going to get so much more accomplished. Already my writing table downstairs has been re-organized. At present I'm working through an upper body free weight routine. My ear buds are charged so this afternoon I'll get another ride in.
And then there are the foolish Americans. I'm a member for a group called the Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club on Facebook which is for Navy Personnel who were in Vietnam. Some foolish old Sailor actually wrote "now that the [Idiot Jerk] has negotiated peace with North Korea, we can bring our troops home." There is no fool like an old fool... and the Idiot Jerk has a lot of supporters who happen to be fools. Has gullibility ever been so strong in this country? They see the stock market and say, "my isn't the economy doing great." They look at their 401k's and shout "isn't this great!" without understanding both the stock market, and their 401k, can drop in a matter of hours. Unemployment has dropped, but hire rates have stayed the same. Pay increases are still piddly. The gullible don't see this. They are too blinded by the Idiot Jerk and his propaganda fireworks.
Economically speaking, this country will soon be in the place we were 12 years ago. Dodd-Frank will be obliterated by greedy Republicans who never learn. They always find it easier to point the finger at someone else. And, of course, the Idiot Jerk is cheering them on. And gullible Americans will believe the illusion.
Anyway, since it's nice and sunny, and warm, I'm going to push my lawn mower back and forth across my lawn. I have some wisteria which will be cut back as far as I can cut it. If tomorrow is as nice as today, I'll take the dogs up to the park in the early morning. They love that!
|This is from a walk last year|