Tuesday begins. The temps outside are cool. They're supposed to drop down into the low 30s (F) tonight, though no frost is predicted. According to my neighbor across the street, the time has come to cut back my Elephant Ear plant. She has hers in pots, cuts them back and leaves them outside all winter long. She's had hers for years, so I guess she knows what she's talking about.
The plumber is supposed to arrive around 10:00 this morning. This might be an adventure.
Adding to this laundry adventure is the fact that the electrician called yesterday to tell me they were sending the owner out to do a site check, and that he will be building my estimate. Evidently the gent whose name reminded me of an action figure is no longer with the company. This will now happen on Friday.
This evening I'll be going to Philly. Quelle surprise. One of my readers had made plans to go downs to a concert with his sister and she cancelled. She is around my age and has health issues. I have no idea who the artists are, just that one of them was on "Let's Get Talent," or one of those TV shows for amateur singers. He won over Adam Lambert, and I know who he is. What can I say? This is not my kind of music.
And, speaking of music, one of the sets of lyrics in The Body Under Ice has changed. Originally, I had been going to use Broken, by Alfie Templeman,, however Alfie's out and Cage the Elephant is in. Here are the new lyrics. Sometimes it's all about foreshadowing. When I tell you these lyrics pop, I'm being very serious.
I have no interest in the mid-terms. Politics has become to many peoples past-time activity.ReplyDelete
I pay close attention, especially in PA since the Republican candidate for Governor's doctorate glorified the righteousness of war for God.Delete
Oh, joy. I could not remember who won over Adam Lambert. Adam, I love. I would drive to Philly to see him.ReplyDelete
As for the mid-terms, they are utterly important because of what you just pointed out: the lies the Repugs are pouring into the airwaves are INCREDIBLE. We even got a local 'newspaper' that turned out to be a propaganda pamphlet for the Repugs. No surprise there cause we live in a kind of upper middle class suburb. It was nasty: misrepresentations, half-truths and total lies. With photos.
I don't really pay attention to the polls cause that stresses me out. But voting is of the essence.
Yeah, I'd seen that about those newspapers. I think Peter Thiel, the homocon, was involved with that.Delete
To me polls are worthless. They, like statistics, are too often used to prove a lie.ReplyDelete
And you don't need to look very far to find a poll which back up what ever it is you want to sa;y.Delete
Have a nice time down Philly just sitting enjoy the music. I have no idea why politicians spend so much on ads. All they do is slam their opponent, and very seldom mention what they will do.ReplyDelete
It's all about the power. They have the backing of the wealthy and so they spend.Delete
Enjoy that concert. Anyone who can outsing Adam Lambert has got to be good!ReplyDelete
Disappointment reigns, I didn't go.Delete
Early voting is going gangbusters in Georgia, and that's good news for Blue!ReplyDelete
That's because Republicans feel it's your patriotic duty to stand in line.Delete