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    « Pseudo-Convalescence is Boring and Not Good For Blog Fodder | Main | Blog Apathy »

    Tuesday, January 13, 2009


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    I'm screwed up in the other direction... Didn't manage to get to sleep until 8:30 AM last night. Uh, this morning. Uh, whatever. I'm glad your bout of the winter hibernation is helping you heal though!


    I'll swap you. I can't seem to get to sleep before 5 or 6am these days. :/ Here's to hoping your rhythm returns pronto!


    I loved Death at a Funeral! Have you seen Greenfingers or Kinky Boots? I found those to be funny in a very British sort of way.

    I am glad to heaar that you are healing, albeit slower than you would like.


    I'm sorry you still miss Vincent. Hugs.


    Vincent was the man.
    Thanks for your caring with a stick. My heart loves it.
    I love kitchen paintings. LOVE THEM


    Sandy is back on the stick. You scared her, apparently.

    As one who naturally passes out for the night by about 9:00, all I can tell you is... I feel like I miss a lot. I think there's a whole world of exciting stuff that happens between 9:00 p.m. and midnight, and I'm out in the cold. I'm here to tell you, not a damn thing is happening at 5:00 a.m.


    Hope you find your rhythm soon. Vincent was a doll.


    What is it about the rhythm thing....can't find mine, either.


    damn woman. I think it just took me an hour to catch up on you and your shenanigans! Congrats on a whole year of blogging. Dude that's nuts! I can barely do once a week at this point.

    Hope your injury is feeling better!!! And stop putting crazy clothes on that poor dog!



    British movies - Cold Comfort Farm rocks!


    I've been missing Sandy too!


    Saving Grace is fantastic. Have you seen Little Voice? It's a whole other Brenda Blethyn-- and who knew Jane Horrocks could sing like that?

    Jill B

    Good knitting and good art makes my fingers itch to do something... thanks for sharing Strauss' site


    I still miss hearing about Vincent, too... Some anniversaries are just no fun at all.

    Dave Daniels

    Bedtime? You? I thought you slept only when you passed out.
    Has it really been a year? It doesn't seem like it's been that long.


    I slept 12.5 hours last night. Yesterday was a helluva day. Blog post about it coming. Sleep is amazingly restorative, isn't it?


    I think the holidays got a lot of us off schedule. I'm either out cold by nine-thirty or wandering around looking for trouble at two in the morning.

    He is still missed and always will be. xo


    I was just saying the other day that I still miss Ed, and it's been over a year. I am trying to get back to early to bed and rise too, and it's not easy.


    Thanks for the movie tips. I haven't seen Greenfingers or SavingGrace, and will have to rent them soon. I loved Waking Ned Devine and The Full Monty and roared at Death at a funerl. I also really enjoyed Calendar Girls and am with you on the clothes off and the "certain age". Actually, I think I may have you on the age by a little bit, as I just hit that big 50 this past weekend, while you were watching good movies!


    For a movie try Shirly Valentine. For a TV series, I loved The Vicar of Dibley.

    Seanna Lea

    I felt weird for going to bed at about 9:30 last night, though I could tell that I would have happily gotten to bed earlier.

    You'll get better soon!

    elizabeth a airhart

    you do know interesting people

    your painting author has a fine web site of his own

    we will go down to freezing here in florida winter is here


    Oy, can't get used to bedtimes - I'm a night person who has to be at work, fully-caffeinated, at 7:30am. Argh. Just. Can't. Do. It.
    I lost my favorite cat, Little Booger, years ago. I still miss him every day. Hugs to you for your Vincent.


    I echo Gayle's sentiments. My Jaxon is gone 4 years next month and I still miss him and hear his meow now and then.



    So, on a completely different topic—the new Healthy Living. Love it? Hate it? I found it utterly disorienting when I was there in November, kind of like Montpelier's Hunger Mtn. Coop on steroids. I don't think I could shop there on a regular basis. My mom and her partner, who used to go there regularly, have now desisted because they find it so challenging to navigate (and, it must be said, because of the prices). Opinions?

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