Jun. 30th, 2005

brill

Jun. 30th, 2005 07:23 am
lucyshoe66: (cape cod)
Fucknuggets.

I came in too early. It's a short day and we only have to put in four hours, but nobody told me that we couldn't leave any earlier than 11:30. Oh well.

I tried googling this and can't find what I'm looking for, so I'll give you guys my latest keep-me-up-in-the-middle-of-the-night query. Who sang/spoke that song from the 80s that goes:

It's a mid-week day. A working day. Walka-walka-walk away. It's a rainy day. A working day. Walka-walka-walk away.?

When I was watering the vegetable garden yesterday I saw part of a broken bird egg and picked it up, but it still had a little bird fetus attached to it. Awwwww. I've never seen such a tiny little head and beak.

Karla gets out this weekend. I was kind of giggly to hear that her petition to have the media and public barred from following her around upon her release was flattened. Yeah, honey, you did your time, but I won't lose any sleep over the fact that you feel like you're going to be living in fear of being hunted down and killed. Isn't it ironic? Don'tcha think?

Okay, let's get this party started so I can get on with the long weekend already.
lucyshoe66: (chopsuey)
Would somebody post already!?

Come on, [livejournal.com profile] delphica, I know you've got an amusing anecdote or two you've been saving; [livejournal.com profile] jackmike, is their nothing rant-worthy to blog about this morning? [livejournal.com profile] postmoderngirl, I can't believe nobody at the office has jumped on your last nerve -- it's 10:30 am! Get it out! [livejournal.com profile] geobabe1: Scooter? HELLO? [livejournal.com profile] erislover? Are you cogitating on NOTHING? Chug your coffee and post! Hup, hup, people! Get to it - I've got another hour to fill here. Crushes, rants, dates, anxiety, haemerhoids! There are a million topics that need addressing. Don't make me post again.

I mean it.

Sheesh.
lucyshoe66: (Morning)
Lots of posts and comments to slog my way through now! And delphicaDel, you're never too late.

I walked downtown after work to return a book to the library and get out 5 more. (Another bird identification guide, two novels; Donna Tartt's Little Friend and Lisa Reardon's Blameless [no idea on the second, but I hated Tartt's Secret History, so I'm not sure why I'm trying this except that library = FREE!]; two non-fiction -- a true crime [of course] called Halfway Heaven [about a murder at Harvard written by that chick who wrote the execrable {IMHO} quasi-poetic true crime about her friend called The Lost Girl. Too much musing, not enough murdering, you know? Again, this seems to be give-an-author-a-second-chance day.] And finally, a new release - The Intimate Life of L.M. Montgomery which made me double-take. Secret journals and all. Hm.)

Walked down to Wayfarer Books, which is like a used book lover's wet dream and was disappointed that he had no copy of Wilderness Tips on the shelf. I took the chance and asked Walter the proprietor and he said "I know it's somewhere!" and tossed a couple of boxes of books aside to get to another, ripped it open, scrounged around inside and at the very bottom found an OP edition I'd never even seen before. Score! You can now start watching your mailbox, zetteZettie. Well, as soon as I get to the post office, that is.

Trudged back to work where I'd left the car, dying from the heat but concurrently calculating how many calories I may have sweated off on my journey. Back home, A/C is humming, I'm looking for a good Cody pic for geobabe1Lise's contest and trying to decide which book to dive into first.

Let the festivities begin.

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