Saturday. It's difficult to tell if the store is going to be busy today or not... mostly because of the temps. We're supposed to hit 65 (F) and there is that group of non-thinking customers who fail to realize we still have a little over 2 months of winter ahead of us. Believe me when I tell you some moron is going to show up with a trailer and want to buy 15 bags of mulch... And then they'll complain (and there will be more than one) why isn't it on sale? And you can bet we'll have one or two asking when we're getting our tomato plants? Cause you know, tomorrow the temps will soar in the high 60's (F) again.
Starting tomorrow I'm off for 3 days. That will be nice. My first complete read through of "The Body in the Well" is going... well. The polishing starts, lines get tightened, and I start going through all of those little post-it notes, the ones reminding me certain points need to be made. If you go see "Knives Out," part of the set decoration was having quite a number post-it notes stuck to the wall above Christopher Plummer's writing desk. Might aren't on the wall. Mine aren't on a wall, they're on a pad on my desk. Believe me, they are very important. Here are some of them... now, the question you need to ask yourselves are these clues... or red herrings?
I saw where Mary Anne Dippy Do has dropped out of the campaign. The fact that she believed her message was going to win her the presidency is an indicator of just how far away she is from reality.
Oh, and the Idiot Jerk's campaign began heating up their attacks on Bernie. The truth is Bernie is a lot like Mary Anne Dippy Do, his supporters just don't realize it. Still, the more jibs and jabs the Idiot Jerk gets from different points is going to wear on his campaign. The Republican's Moral Degenerate in the White House doesn't deal well with attacks. He loses his cool. His obvious lies start announcing themselves with fireworks. Blatant stupidity is his Achilles Heel.
People asking for tomato plants in January and "Mary Anne Dippy-Do" both made me smile. Although I do understand the impatience for spring and getting started on the garden! :) Have a good Saturday, Dave.ReplyDelete
Don't forget the mulch... they were trying to buy mulch, too.Delete
And I hope your Saturday is fine and dandy, too!
You made me laugh because while shopping yesterday, the store had shelves full of Easter items, St Patrick's day items, Valentine's day items and seeds for your garden. Here planting in your garden is not done until May 22, earlier than that means a dead garden.ReplyDelete
I will have to admit, we do have seeds for sale... lots of seeds... and if you thought that was funny, just wait until Easter rolls around.Delete
I hate to admit it but while I don't try to buy tomato plants in January I ALWAYS put the bloody things out too early (they say not before mid-May here) and "wonder" why they snuff it!ReplyDelete
I do try and put in tomatoes, and squash, anything else the dogs will eat.Delete
2:30p and 63F here. sitting with the cats on the sunporch. january, anyone? bueller?ReplyDelete
We his 68... climate change does exist.Delete