December 04, 2006

Managed to survive another one.

Everything went off more or less without a hitch--the lock-in did, however, create a problem in that Boy didn't go to sleep. Not at all. And so he was sleepy all weekend, which wasn't good for his early concert nor for his tree-selling duties, nor for getting up early Sunday to get ready for church. Also managed to wear out a new pair of socks by sliding on the carpet of the gym floor. ::sigh::

Concert was good, parade was quite fun, tree selling went just fine, church went well, got him a haircut on Sunday that returns him to a neat and clean-cut young man, laundry got done, &c., &c.

I haven't had time to have one moment's rest or respite from either having to go somewhere or do something or listen to someone or be charmingly suave, so if you don't mind, I'm going to do actual paying work this morning so I can relax just a little.

The fact that I am actually eager to do real work should tell you exactly how overabundantly full this weekend was.

Oh, and though it very nearly kills me to have to say it, congratulations to Florida on getting a shot at the national title, and to LSU for getting an opportunity to inflict a whooping on Notre Dame. Both Florida and LSU are great programs and it is quite rewarding to see them do this well. Especially since Auburn did beat both of them. (And as for the Tigers, time to get ready for the next opponent.)

Anyway, enough of that--let me get to work for a bit and relax.

Posted by Terry Oglesby at December 4, 2006 08:23 AM

Oh Ho, trying to kiss up now, ehh? Well it won't work, it's still all your fault my shoulder hurts. BTW I think haircuts are much over rated, Think a laser depilatory would work better Mr. Bond?


This message oh nonsense is cause It's Monday and the Bears are prolly going to the SuperBowl.

Posted by: Chef Tony at December 4, 2006 04:13 PM

Well, bygones being bygones and all. And I really do hope they do well (really, REALLY well), because if they don't, all the talk we've all engaged in all season about how tough the SEC schedule is bound to get thrown back in everyone's face. Taunting is fine if you can back it up, but boy, it stings to have it flung back at you.

Posted by: Terry Oglesby at December 5, 2006 09:11 AM