Sadderday

Dearest,
             Well, I got Sox to the vet without much trouble.The vet says he has an irregular heartbeat (so who doesn't?). Wants me to bring him in again after the holidays to see if it is still there. I will. Went to see you, did you see me? Took pictures of your stone, am going to send them to Robin in a few minutes. Got some of the chores done, not all. There's just too much to do for one person. The weather is supposed to be nasty (er) tomorrow but I'll try and get the snow blower ready. I don't have anything to eat in the house, well, nothing that I feel like eating. I'm still trying to figure out what I want for dinner then I'm going to watch "The African Queen". Yeah, it finally came, I know you wanted to watch it. Man, it gets dark so early now, well before 5:00. By 5:00 it's already pitch black out there. This morning the cats were racing around and rough housing all over the house. I took out the cat carrier and . . . there were no cats. There were no cats in this house. I must have been dreaming the whole thing. Did we have cats? To tell the truth it made me laugh. They're so damn smart. I stopped at the PO today to pickup mail, etc. There was a lady there with a malamute, I didn't really pay any attention. Then I felt something on my hand. Of all the people in that lobby (3+me) that dog decided that I was the one that needed some kisses. She was small for a malamute 88lbs and her name was Abbie. I don't know where to go from there.
Well, I guess I should go clean stuff and stop fooling around on the internet. But first! I have to e-mail Robin. Oh, I fixed my slacks, the ones that the button kept falling off. I gave up and decided to do some "guy" sewing. I got a bigger needle, needle-nosed pliers and some fishing line. It worked! You can't see what I did when I'm wearing them and it works. You'd probably be hysterical laughing at what I did but it works and you're not here to do the sewing correctly. I think that's another thing requiring breasteses to accomplish. That damn napkin holder is always empty.
Missing you, your Ken

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deleted_user
deleted_user

Ken, you make me laugh. And that is not a small thing.
Blessings,
Linda
lovingrob
lovingrob

Ken .. thanks for the laugh out loud chuckle. Perseverance works well for you .. hang in there. Sending hugs,
Pam
deleted_user
deleted_user

Ken, made me laugh too...Have a good day...
Christi
deleted_user
deleted_user

That made me laugh too.
Hugs,
Jean
deleted_user
deleted_user

I didn\'t know \"guy\" sewing actually used needles - I thought it was just duct tape and staples! Congratulations on finally getting that button reattached. I bet it doesn\'t come off now.
Angie
deleted_user
deleted_user

Ditto.....you made me laugh too. Fishing line...I will have to remember that! Stay warm and have a good \"rest of the weekend\". Have you completed renaming all the days of the week yet? I\'ve lost track.
deauxgirl
deauxgirl

Ken, I think you must be feeling somewhat better. I think you got your sign from Abby, with the dog. She\'s there with you. You had me and my daughter laughing with your thoughts. My husband used to call them breasteses, too. It must be the age, or the sense of humor.
Stay warm, buy food.
Paula
janalM
janalM

Only a guy would think of fishing line. But you know I bet the damn button dosn\'t come off again. Really good idea my friend. Enjoyed the post and sense of humor. And yes, cats are smart when they don\'t want to be found, you won\'t find them, until you open a can of food and then the magically appear. Have a good Sunday. Hugs Jane
swindy
swindy

Ken, I agree with Paula that the dog Abby was a sign from your wife. You do need to buy some food now that the bad weather is coming. Today in Illinois we are having a blizzard and it is on its way to NY. Diane