Bad dreams are a sign that it’s time to get that sucker fixed (or delete at least half of your emails.) But that’s just me and I will say no more.
Friday, February 26, 2021
Sunday, January 31, 2021
A few days ago, I was given the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. My arm was a little sore and I felt a little under the weather.
That night Deb felt my head and said “You feel a little warm honey. Let me take your temperature.”
She came back with a new thermometer I hadn’t seen before. It was pretty large and bright yellow. “Just bought this,“. she said. “I wanted to try it out”
It was still in the package and the instructions were written in a different language. One thing I was sure of ... it met two of her criteria for a purchase.
1. It came from WalMart
2. It was cheap or on sale
As she slipped it in my mouth, I told her that the thing was so big that I couldn’t hardly keep it in my mouth “Just make sure it’s under your tongue.”
Ten minutes later, it still hadn’t beeped or anything. She took it out and noticed it was 99.5. “Okay looks like you have a fever.”
I was skeptical but agreed to take a couple of Tylenol. A few minutes later she came back with the old thermometer and asked me to try it again.
“ Because I looked the new one up on line.”
“ it’s a Meat Thermometer.”
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
She was a beautiful baby and now is a beautiful woman. By the way... there are pictures of my other two kids Alissa and Josh who are equally beautiful and handsome.
But Nikki was around for 6 years before they arrived so she got all the attention.
I found a series of drawings that I did when she was still in diapers (This was 40 years ago).
Note: Anybody old enough to remember Didee Diapers? We used them until disposables were sold.
The plan was to paint these images on her bedroom walls ... things she could be when she grew up ... musician, teacher, painter, zookeeper ... plumber. Good thing I didn’t do that. Nikki is now a successful doctor (one image I didn’t draw) and we had lived in at least five houses by the time she was 13.
Oh well ... time marched on.
Sunday, January 10, 2021
This guy is my new favorite actor in my new favorite commercials. Bill Glass plays Dr. Rick in Progressive Insurance’s series of ads that are brilliantly written and brilliantly portrayed by Glass and others.
They are hysterical in their simplicity.
He is a Parents-Life Coach who works with adult children to correct habits they have picked up from their parents. They go on field trips to places like the hardware store where Dr Rick reminds them to not talk on their speaker phones in public and when they pass a customer with blue hair and the class all stares, Dr Rick says, “We ALL see him We ALL See him.”
I am so happy there are still some smart people in advertising.
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