Every day I tell my wife there is no weeping, crying or sobbing allowed in my house. That doesn't say much about me as a husband, does it?
I learned a new thing today. I had given me my weekly Bydureon injection, and the site bled. Not copious. No gusher that would cause me to leave this mortal coil anytime soon. But enough to soil my shirt. A friend told me to put some spit on my finger and hold it over the wound. And darned if it didn't quit bleeding. I had no idea that spit had that much coagulant in it. That might come in handy for my "experiments".
I have run into a bit of trouble. But I have a solution. I have my neighbor Bob chained to a tree in my back yard, and I will be selling him to a deamon later tonight.
Saw Graham Nash in concert. Just him and a friend. It was really, really nice.
This morning my wife and housekeeper were in the hallway talking. I started walking down the hall, and they both stepped aside to let me pass. It was like Moses parting the Red Sea. I knew karma wouldn't approve, but I proclaimed that it was nice that my women knew their proper place in the world.
I am such a bad boy.
I find I am becoming optimistic. If I am not careful they will revoke my curmudgeon license. And I am so close to getting the certificate, suitable for framing.
We are getting a new computer at work. A Sun Supercluster. It is so powerful that we have to keep it chained down so it doesn't escape and rampage and destroy the city.
We saw a concert this evening. Bad Company first, followed by Joe Walsh. It was fantastic. Bad Company, with Paul Rogers, played a bunch of their hits. Joe Walsh just played. One thing I really like about the artists who have been around for a while is that they just have fun on stage. They play what they enjoy playing. And their joy is infectious.
My sea monkey kit arrived in the mail the other day. I did the water purify thing, and this morning added the eggs and they hatched. I now have tiny little sea monkeys swiming in their Micro View Ocean View. Now I get to enjoy them while they grow up. And for when they get older, I have to decide which wine goes better, red or white. Probably white since they are seafood.