"Beware when the great God lets loose a thinker on this planet." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson US essayist & poet (1803 - 1882)

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

i seem to have been abandoned by my muse

Not sure why, but again i've been a dull blogger.

i think the car, sewer, holiday combo of stress may have taken me out of good blogging mode.

That's O.K. Things are looking up as Fun Guv and i are know proud owners of a new-used Town & Country. Fun Guv is thrilled to have a new car/minivan.

The sewer/basement will work itself out, just part of being a homeowner. The dirt mounds are beginning to settle, by spring all will be right for landscaping.

Fun Guv is adjusting to cold weather running better that i thought she could. Her mile run is getting quicker and soon i bet she'll be adding a little more distance. i think there's less walk in her run/walk now as well.

As Jesus is the reason for the season, i've jumped ahead again in my bible reading and have gone straight to the New Testament. i'll go back to Isaiah later.

i've had some trouble with my blogger lately. Mostly work related computer/filter stuff. Sorry i have been unable to always comment to other blogs when i've liked. Of course i should be working.

Anyway, as we approach Dec 8th, i've been a little focused on John Lennon. i found this and i'm not sure if i am more amused by the appearance of Bill Bonds from 26 years ago or struck by his commentary on Dec 9th.

For the record; i do own a gun, a 12 gauge, from my deer hunting days of yore. The gun is at my fathers house.


Lisa said...

That was one heck of a commentary from old Billy Bonds. My how timeless that whole arguement can be huh?

What struck me as kind of amusing was during the Lennon tribute he mentioned that John & Yoko had done a "concert in NY raising funds for the retarded" Now that's a non-PC term you wouldn't hear in a broadcast anymore.

L*I*S*A said...

Now wait...you're the proud owner of TWO mini-vans? That really should be illegal.

Nitmos said...

Good point Lisa. I think he's trying to out domesticate the rest of us. What's next...a second Kiss The Cook apron?