Slow Lingering Death in Suburbia
Ok, I am hopped up on several Dr. Peppers and an energy booster drink, so I get a lot of strange thoughts. The energy booster seems to work pretty well, but I have enough caffeine in my system to kill a medium sized rhino. I've been told the stuff is bad for me, but there are times it is just tough for me to fully come around. A lack of any real exercise probably doesn't help, and the fact I don't sleep at night and am back to "cat napping" plays a big role in the problem.
Looks as though I will start work as the produce pogue at one of the local markets, not exactly a career I would have chosen, but a job is a job. It'll get me up and moving, which won't hurt and I won't have to make a special trip to the store to pick up fresh veggies, so I have that going for me, which is nice.
We get to meet Thor, a large Siberian Husky, on Sunday. We may adopt him. I miss having a big old boy dog around the house. Not too sure how Austrella is going to take to that, but she is pretty patient. I have ot admit I have really fallen in love with the breed, though as dogs go they are the biggets pests on the planet and don't even get me started on all the fur around the house. But then that is part of their charm, they leave a little of themselves everywhere they go.
Even started getting a little rain -- the winter rains are here. The associated storms tend to be a little less ferocious than the Monsoon storms, but we generally get a lot of moisture out of these in a good year. These rain laden clouds are the only thing coming over the border without a passport I like.
Anyway, this is the end of my energy drink induced ramblings, hope everyone is doing well. I am on Facial Book now as well -- I've noticed several of the Blogs I visit have become Facial Book orphans, as their authors spend more time on the networking site than they do on Blogger. This is kind of a shame as Blogger feels like a home while Facial Book seems more like the mall. Tough to talk and there's plenty of folks wandering around you just don't really want to meet.