Just some wondering thoughts;
I started my day with my usual routine; grab my robe, put my clean clothes in the bathroom, make my coffee, watch the weather, get my first cup of coffee and that first sip of instant eye opener and head back to the shower. After lathering up with my Oil of Olay, I dropped that almost full bottle on my big toe. Dan was still sleeping so I swore and suffered in silence. I can’t believe he didn’t hear the bottle hit my toe!
I guess I do a lot of my thinking in the shower, or when I am trying to take my mind off a throbbing toe.
My thoughts for the day follow….
CASH FOR CLUNKERS; Now that the program is over, many car dealers are sitting back and waiting to be reimbursed for those sales they made. Has anyone figured out which pocket this is coming from? Also, what about the people that made the purchases? Do you suppose the lending institutions went over-board again by giving loans to people who can’t afford another loan? Will the new cars soon be repossessed? Will there be another bailout for some lenders because people default on the loans? Will there be a government owned car lot of repos??
THE TRILLION DOLLAR DEFICIT; Did you know that if NO MORE debt was incurred by the U.S. and that NO INTEREST had to be paid on all of the loans the U.S. government has out that it would take over 3000 years to repay these debts (or did the expert say 34,000 years??)?? I don’t think the world will exist long enough for that to happen….or maybe that is the idea??? And what is the difference between THIS fuzzy accounting and the person that has umpteen credit cards and keeps using one to pay on the other?? DON'T WE FROWN ON THAT LINE OF THINKING???
EARWIGS ABOUND; No, earwigs are not something worn in olden days to keep your ears warm. Earwigs are a nasty looking insect with pinchers on their head. And this season has been a booming one for them. Even the health departments have had phone calls inquiring about the abundance of earwigs and what to do about them. There was an article in our local, once a week whether you need it or not, newspaper about how to get rid of them. The suggestion that comes to mind is to roll up a newspaper and wet it, and then put it someplace where you have seen the earwigs (which are about all over the place). In the morning, you will have a rolled up newspaper full of earwigs to dispose of. The article goes on to say, take the paper and earwigs to the garbage. WHAT THE HELL GOOD DOES THAT DO? THEY AREN’T DEAD!!! THEY’LL BE BAAACCCCKKKK….. I managed to share a towel this morning with two of them. Gives me the damn creeps thinking about it. And they are difficult to kill!
Hey, at least I’m off the BASH NORTON KICK!!!
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