Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Pot watch

I guess today can be called pot watch day. The new porcelain convenience has been loaded on to the local UPS delivery  truck and is reported to be out for delivery. Can you imagine the excitement here as I've moved to the end of my chair in anticipation of the event of the day.


Sealand 302711001 Traveler Lite White Toilet with Spray

Everyone reading this should take note on how easy it is to amuse old people. This will be the way I enjoy the good life today.

22 comments:

  1. I will say it again...You crack me up. I could feel your excitement all the way here in Illinois. Can't wait to hear how good it works.

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  2. Just wait till we share a campfire. Laughter is one of my hobbies. It's give and take, you know!

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    1. You're on a roll today and I'm not looking for a boiling pot.

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  4. I would comment but it would have to then be deleted so I'll just say be safe....

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  5. Well all the good things have been said. That's what I get for being late. Hope you enjoy your pot.

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    1. How could I not, with all the encouragement I've had.

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  6. Based on my own personal experience, if you're spending much time with the pot, you should have some good reading material at hand. The Sears catalog used to be an old time favorite, but now the more modern "Bathroom Reader" series seems to be well received. E-readers are all fine and dandy, but they just don't seem to provide that "comfortable feel" that good quality paper products seem to have.

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    1. Russ, I will readily agree that modern technology does not seem to do the job that the Sears catalog was able to do in the past. See, some of the things from the good old days were better.

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  7. Gotta admit, when I read your title "pot watch" the first thing I thought of was Russ and his diet!

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  8. I'm not making a comment, I'll leave you and Russ to work this out.

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