posted by KAZ at 7:06 am
Actually, I do usually spring out of bed ready to face the world, but just at the moment, with not actually sleeping much while I'm in bed (because of the drugs, no other reason, before those with dirty minds start commenting) I don't really feel like getting up either.
Yes I'm full-on-or-fast-asleep Kaz!
I am just getting used to the idea of not GOING to bed ready for anything for a few days! But I can certainly relate
I want me whatever drugs she's on.It's 4:00 am here and I've been awake for some time.
Definitely a morning person, me....drives visitors insane.Keeps the dogs happy tho.
I'm cleverer at the weekend. About three hours cleverer.
Hello trees, hello birdies.Nah.
"extra"? assuming how many hours already, exactly. . .*yawns*and what do you have to do in bed while you're there. . .*fnar*my mother used to tell me that an hour of sleep before midnight was worth two after midnight*yawns*I'm not getting enough (sleep) generally to do the math on that and work out the optimum hour to hit the sack, fall asleep - if one can - and then wake up again, but then go back (to sleep?) again in order to get the "extra" hour. . .there's probably an algorhythm to calculate how much cleverer (*snort*) one would/might be if one went to bed earlier and/or stayed in bed lateron the other hand, maybe there's not*yawns and siddles off*;-)
Dave:You need more rest man! Holiday? Day off?Murph:Murph - that's me. I don't do 'laze about' or 'relax for a bit'.Middy:How nice to see you - safe and well.I'm sure that if anything happens in bed during the next few days it will be a pleasant bonus.mj:You're not allowed to sleep - you have a blog to attend to.Where are your legs??Mopsa:People who don't like mornings would be totally miserable with your lifestyle.Geoff:Why should work benefit from your extreme cleverness?Garfer:Hello duvet, hello pillow sounds better.View:(*snort*)I've often wondered if your mother's advice was true. It's probably connected with the tendency to spend the hours before midnight drinking if you aren't asleep.(*fnar*)
This made me laugh, I'm annoyingly happy in the mornings, unlike my better half who certainly "dose not do mornings". It makes for some great remarks and put downs off her. Even the dog hid when Jane got up. ha!
That pucker in the headboard under her left armpit looks like a big tuft of hair!That's all.
And what's that on her chin? Herpes?
A good friend of mine gave me that card, for some reason.I find that people aren't overtly chirpy around me early in the morning, twice. If they are especially bright, they bring coffee and shut the door behind them as they leave.When Boy was a babe, I used to get up, give him his 6 o'clock feed put him in his bouncy chair by the window so he could see the birds and go back to bed. I've never had any problems with him expecting me to be chirpy in the mornings either. Civil is always an achievement to be bragged about.
I accidentally deleted my legs.Yes, I was legless.
Wom:Poor Jane - but you obviously rise above it with the dog as your counsellor.IVD:She's an old skool feminist.That on her chin is just one of those mystery things that sneaked in on the scan. Satisfied now??Roses:I do civil but not chirpy!Not just in the mornings either.mj:No change there then!!
"one of those mystery things that sneaked in on the scan" - it was Quentin Crisp who alleged that dirt gets no worse after 7 years.On the floor of my DH's car, though, it threatens to become sedimentary rock.
Stitch:We'll forgove DH - I've observed that the most fastidious people have cars like a skip.
Hi Kaz, Just to let you know that I was out walking the tow-path from the fist lock on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal this morning, I only managed to Staylbridge before I needed to stop and rest. I'm shaking off a head cold (man-flu) at the moment and the walk did me good but knackered me out. I have never done that bit before but really enjoyed it, I was surprised at how many BIG factories there are around it. One of the strangest things I came across just up from the bridges past Lock one, was a Fig Tree in Fruit on the other side from the tow-path near to Ashton Bolt and Nut company.. 'Figs in the Cut' what next.Anyhow what ever you are doing this weekend Kaz do it safely and enjoy your self.
Thanks Tom.I love that back to front name 'Bolt and Nut'.Looking at the old mills and the new factories is fascinating. Did you see the pink one featured in my earlier post?
The pink was was great, I've got a nice reflection of that coming up on my blog soon.Another one I came across was a welding company my son used to work for...called... S.T.D. my lad had to walk about with that on his work cloths.I'll post that one soon as well. What I found wierd as how the canal crossed the river Tame, on the tow path it was like a normal bridge wall, but the othr side seemed to be just planks... it did look wierd
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