Saturday, July 28, 2012

Overwhelmed

This is one of those days where a person can be overwhelmed. If you are interested in sports and start checking the choices on TV for today, you have baseball, NASCAR, Olympics and I'm sure a few other choices. This is one of those days where extra batteries need to be kept available for the remote.  We'll see how all of this works out.


Other than that time (that's Bill Time for those of you in the know) marches on and we are one day closer to having the repairs finished so we can more actively pursue enjoying the good life. 

15 comments:

  1. I am taping one channel and switching between two other. Love sports days!

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    1. I'll probably have to soak my channel switching thumb tomorrow.

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  2. Repairs never seem to end. Fix one the another pops up. Guess that's the price we pay for Enjoying the Good Life.

    It's about time.

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    1. We are still waiting for part from the original blow out. Nothing new has broken, yet.

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  3. Better wear your sandals and swimtrunks if you're going to be surfing most of the day. Don't forget the sunscreen, and keep a close eye out for anything with teeth or claws. Enjoy.

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    1. Not many creatures like that in Mel's living room.

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  4. Breathe slowly and take adult medicinal beverages as needed to get your heartbeat back to normal. ;c)

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  5. Be careful you don't hurt something with all that channel surfing.

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  6. Let me tell you what they do when you injure or overuse a joint, and that would include thumbs. First there's this needle that's about 24 inches long and a half inch in diameter.....

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  7. I'm surprised you didn't mention the Olympics. We got home from our Glacier Park vacation Friday and have been watching them ever since. Need to clean up the truck and trailer from the trip but...

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    1. Kenny, you must have worn out you eyeballs looking at all that beautiful scenery on your last trip. Olympics is right after NASCAR in the above post.

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