Good stuff on Tumblr today. Lots of pictures of ‘the biggest turn out ever’, showing virtually empty viewing stands and empty streets. Lots of pictures comparing the Women’s March turnout to the inauguration turnout. Lots of pictures from the Women’s March. Stand and be counted. It’s a good thing. Meanwhile, I’m still here just signing petitions and reblogging things. Oh, well.
My oldest friend, who I don’t see very often, may come tomorrow for a visit. My house is a disaster and I will be humiliated and embarrassed, but I will still get to see my friend. So I guess I can deal. At least my fantastic, wonderful, marvelous new homemaker is coming in the a.m., so it won’t be quite as bad as it could be.
Seems like my life lately consists of laying on the couch, or thinking, “OMG, I need to lie down”. Today I woke up at 9, took a shower, sat on the couch to wait for the hour to be up after my pill so I could have coffee, woke up at 1pm. No coffee. Oh, well.
It has been gray day after day after day. I don’t mind gray winter if there’s snow along with it, but it’s just gray or gray with a bit of rain here and there. Mother Nature, I am so disappointed, but I know it’s not your fault. It’s ours. Global warming is real, in case you didn’t get it. No need to even reiterate how stupid we are as a species. I mean, look who we put into the office of the Presidency. You can’t get much stupider than that, I think. He actually is making Bush the second look not quite as moronic as we know him to be. “May you live in interesting times” is the old Chinese curse. I’d rather have had some mundane times, I think.
Here’s a donut, for no discernable reason. It just looks good right now.