Title Three

And away we go with the third title post. Maybe some day they will stop telling me to add the title. After all, most of us are intelligent enough to know if we are going to write a post it should really begin with a title. One of these days I think I will NOT add a title just to see if anyone notices. That could be interesting.

Well, our winter storm watch has begun. My area seldom sees snow, but do we ever have ice! We are now expecting an inch of ice, or maybe it was an inch and a half with an inch of snow covering it. The ice scares me more than the snow — that is, if we only have snow. But now with the ice storm due to begin in an hour or so (IF, of course, we can believe the weather bureau) we could have some outages in the electricity department. Most of us have been to the grocery, or called the grocery for delivery, and there have been some notable shortages on the shelves. Bread and milk were some of the things I saw in several carts when I went out to Kroger yesterday — or was it the day before yesterday? This time of night makes me forget just what day was which. Hard to believe it is now Thursday and already February.

February is birthday season here. Or maybe I mean it begins birthday season, with Don having a birthday on Washington’s birthday, Mike not having one at all until year after next, or the next Leap day, and Gina, the oldest of the three, having hers in March. Every Leap Year their days are exactly seven days apart, but with the regular calendar and Mike left out of the equation, it sorta loses the smooth feeling of the years when Feb,. has that extra day.

As you can probably tell, I really don’t have much to say today — tonight? I’m just really trying to get to my reader so I can read Marisa’s post from yesterday. Each time I click on the address I am redirected to my own site and expected to write something. At least it doesn’t ask me to write something intelligent because at 12:45 a.m. CST the most intelligent think I can do is yawn. I’ve said the word now so if things work out as usual the yawning will begin very soon. Any time now. Ah, c’mon, I wrote the word and I would love to sleep a little bit before daylight.

Speaking of daylight, it has disappeared by 4:30 every afternoon and doesn’t show up again until close to 7 a.m. I can’t be totally certain but it sure does seem as if those hours are not the same times as back a few years (or is it decades?) ago. I wouldn’t be sitting here spouting nonsense if it weren’t for the fact that I began a printing job a couple of hours ago and have another hour at least before it will be finished. Some day I’ll learn to begin earlier or wait until morning. If I ever get wiser. Or grow up. Or think before I begin.

6 thoughts on “Title Three”

    1. I think I’m mostly older lately, but still in my fourth childhood at the same time. I sleep all day and sit here printing stuff all night, when not sewing more Barbie clothes. the clothes seem to fly out of my apartment so the more I make – – hee, hee, the more I MAKE!

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    1. But I do put in a title, Colleen. Exactly what they tell me to do, Title, Title One, Title Two and Title Three. The next one will be Title Four. Frankly, half the time I can’t think up one so this helps me come up with something and regain some of my sense of humor.
      Thanks for the tip though. I appreciate it and will keep checking to see if they do that.

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  1. It is still snowing here but by next Wed it will turn to a rain (which will put a nice glazing of ice on everything)! I hope you are warm and safe. Too many people don’t have any sense and are out there skating on the roads with big trucks…Accidents waiting to happen. I think today I’m going to bake cookies to warm up the house.

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    1. I used to bake cookies all the time, but that was a few hundred years ago when the kids were in school. I found a book at the library that had over one hundred cookie recipes and tried almost all of them. Found several keepers in the bunch and baked every day, sending bags of cookies to the teachers each time. Some of them almost cried when the kids were advanced to the next grade, but with each recipe making at least six dozen I was able to just send bags to each of the teachers in the school. I’m mostly sitting wrapped in warm blankets and making doll clothes this year. Keep warm and enjoy the cookies!

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