I was talking to my friend Aubrey at work today, and she said that she was trying to get caught up on my blog...but realized she was still on ONE DAY of entries! (That would be yesterday.) I am always willing to learn more about myself, and apparently for me, it's a simple equation:
DAY OFF = EXTREME VERBOSITY
In other words, the amount of free time I have is equally proportional to the quantity and size of entries.
Keeping that in mind, my next day off isn't until Monday, so y'all can catch a break. While I'm at it, though, I'll give you fair warning: I have four days off for Super Bowl weekend. Run for your lives!
Well, the roads were crummy this morning. Not here at Nutwood--I got out of the garage and out of the driveway with no problems, and our rural roads were actually in pretty good shape. I didn't run into problems until I got downtown. Wouldn't you think they'd do their best to clear downtown streets? I'd have thought so, too, but that was not the case. I made it to work safely, but at one point I thought I was going into a spin. My mad drivin' skills took over, and I got Slick back in control. It is amazing to me that instinct takes over like that...I can sense the back end wanting to come around, and I don't even have to think "Which way should I turn the wheel?!" I just do it. I hope no one else had such misadventures this morning! Ken took the truck, and he just got home. He said he had no problems.
It was rather busy today--we're once again getting work from one of the local hospitals, and there's plenty of it--but for some reason, we were all in crazy moods. We had quite a bit of fun and lots of laughs. That makes for a much more pleasant day! Maybe it was because we were all on a sugar high, thanks to Aubrey's rice krispie treats with chocolate on the top...they were yummy! She brought them in for Jillian's birthday. Happy Birthday, Jillian, to you and your messed up neck! (Skiing wipeout. She should be okay.)
Hey, I just heard that Kucinich has dropped out. He will not be endorsing any of his opponents. Does he think any of them would want him to? Just wondering. I think we'll watch an episode of "The Sopranos," then watch the Republican debate. We thought about watching "Celebrity Apprentice," but I told Ken I was feeling a tad "politicky."
How about another video from Dr. Will? Sounds good to me! I hope he does more, because I like putting them up here. He just tickles me.
I'm happy I'm not married to a Darren, although I suppose there are some that would call me a witch. ;) I never did understand why Darren was such a jerk about not wanting Sam to use her powers. Dr. Will cleared it up--Darren was the stupidest man in America!