I guess there are a number of you who are sleeping in this morning because the day just happens to be named Sunday. Not me. For me, the days of the week are only identifiers for when I have to work, like I work on Sunday, but am off on Monday and Tuesday. They might as well be colors for all their value. I get to work on Orange, but than I'm off Red on Yellow. Imagine how colorful our calendars would be if we substituted red, and yellow, and orange, and blue, and green instead of day names. The Idiot Jerk in the White House would hate a calendar with colors rather than day names. Can't you hear him "why is every day black? Why is every day Black!?"
Yesterday was a slow day at the store... It took a long time, but the great orange home retailer I work for finally realized we are not a Christmas store. We do sell the obligatory tools husbands, and brothers, and sons, and fathers use, but most of these gifts fail to kick in that gleeful rush of adrenaline when they are unwrapped. Finding a shop vac nestled under the tree creates a lot less excitement then say... oh, a ring, or tickets to Hawaii, or maybe even a puppy or a kitty cat.
Speaking of presents, some of the dog toys Big Seig and Lily are getting for Christmas arrived yesterday. The bestest is a 6 foot green and yellow snake with 12 squeakers.
Just call me crazy.
Oh, and John Kelly is leaving the Administration and some guy name Nick Ayers is taking his place. Ayers is evidently a Pence lackey who lacks organizational skills. Of course, he isn't there to keep things in order, he's there to suck up as much dirt on the Idiot Jerk as possible. Pence is going to need as much ammunition as possible when he runs for president in 2020. He doesn't seem to understand that when the Idiot Jerk goes, he goes too.
And in case you're wondering, there is a bright spot. The West Virginia coal industry is going to make a killing this year thanks to the Republican party. No 6 foot green and yellow snakes with squeakers for the Idiot Jerk in the White House, just lumps of coal. In fact, he's probably going to start using that at his rallies. "Coal for Everybody! Coal for Everybody!"