For some of you this is Hump Day, the middle of the week. For me? It's the last day of my Staycation. Don't worry, I have another planned in a little over three weeks. Six days are always better then five.
Weather wise? Today's supposed to be crap. Showers and thundershowers. The forecast is not going to change for the next 3 days. We're going through a mini-broken record of on again, off again storminess. I do wish the rain would hold off for a couple of days so things could dry off. Everything is so damp, the ground, itself, seems spongy, and the mosquitos are a blazin', almost to the point where I ready to light some citronella candles in the house.
As many of you know, I like using song lyrics in my books. Old songs, new songs, lyrics add provide depth in their poetry. This song has always been a favorite of mine and I'm pleased to say the inestimable Sheila Caine will be performing some of these lyrics from the Nefertiti Stage of The Amon-Ra night club. Welcome to New Orleans.
The weather is absolutely crazy. It's just cloudy and hot here. No rain.ReplyDelete
I love Darren Hayes. I love his Savage Garden stuff and his solo stuff too.
Gender reveal parties are an exercise in futility and should go away now. Glad those idiots are getting thrown the book at them.
I'm torn about the repugs suddenly realizing they were going to be put in the position of having to be FOR mail voting because so many idiots were making the virus spike again: they were shooting themselves in the foot for the next elections.
Don't be torn. America's going to vote against the party that might put them back into lockdown.Delete
I'm back at work myself, for two days ... then a four-day weekend. i am loving this schedule.ReplyDelete
Gender reveal parties are ridiculous; no one REALLY cares except the parents who want a little fame and some pricey gifts!
I agree about the schedules. And gender reveals? Done by dumb shits.Delete
I am surprised people want to straddle the unborn baby with an assigned gender :).ReplyDelete
The baby doesn't care, so why should the parents.Delete
While I feel sorry for the people that started that fire (and even more so for the firefighter that died) I agree with Bob. Who really cares what gender the baby is, except the parents and immediate family!ReplyDelete
Actually, it shouldn't make a difference if it's a boy or a girl, unless you're part of a sexist society.Delete