Friday, August 26, 2011
For several days Karma seemed to be waiting for Ruby to come back. Every time there were people in the hallway she'd go stare at the door waiting...in anticipation of Miss Ruby.
I miss her, too. ;)
Karma has been harder to sneak up on for pics, too--LOL!
Whether inside lounging in the sunshine...
...or out on the porch soaking up the heat.
But is was 90 again one day and that puts Karma into a contented coma.
As you can tell, been pretty quiet around here this week--LOL!
Karma's done a lot of porch napping.
Me...well, I had the dentist on Tuesday afternoon. Then Wednesday Caroline had to bring a client in for a pre-op exam, so she called to switch to Thursday. I cancelled Dagan and Leah on Wednesday night because I've either been sleeping 9-10 hours or under 5, so wanted to sleep while I could, whenever I could--plus I knew they had run every day last week, so they were fine with that.
Been reading, journaling, writing letters, catching up reading blogs (didn't post on the old ones, but have read everything now), emails, watched a couple movies, some TV...a fairly quiet, contented week. :)
My soap (All My Children) that I've been following and chuckling over for 40 years, is going off the air in September after 41 years. They said they were going to try to wrap up storylines before then, right? Well, I have been totally, totally LMAO and enjoying these past several weeks. People are coming back from the dead left and right! Or past characters are glimpsed in dreams or visions or phone calls...it is so totally over-the-top unbelievable (Dixie is on her second Lazarus trip as we speak) but then soaps are not known for being reality-based TV--LOL! Crazy as this ending has been, I have to admit it is such fun to see old familiar faces. Plots are moving at warp speed, Pine Valley emotions are flip-flopping all over the place--and Susan Lucci (Erica) is soon to be unemployed. What a hoot! I can hardly wait to see who else is coming back from the dead! ;)
I hope you all have a super weekend!! :):)
Even Socrates, who lived a very frugal and simple life, loved to go to the market. When his students asked about this, he replied, "I love to go and see all the things I am happy without."
from After the Ecstasy, the Laundry