Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Paralyzed With Indecision

I Don't Know Which Way To Look...

I'm pleased to report that we finally returned to the Turbo Pup Compound here on the banks of the Mighty Tennessee River late yesterday afternoon in time for drinks and dinner at one of our local watering holes.

Since then I've managed to get home and unload the car and mostly unpack and get six hours of sleep, and now I've been up since 2:30 AM whirling and spinning in circles in my office and basement shop trying to get everything organized for what will probably be a 50 or 60 hour week over the next four or five days.

Fortunately it's going to be cold and rainy weather so I don't feel any urge to work on the house outside or fiddle around in the yard--both of which have ongoing projects that need attention.  The indoor injuneering efforts will take center stage I guess.

And then of course I have to dot the last I's and cross the last T's on this year's tax forms ASAP, having let them sit and cool for over a week while I was out of town.

My face locks up when I look at the news and I don't have time to rant much right now about the insane stupidity going on around us in our country with the unions and the world with the stinking wild eyed yet peaceful Islamic headsets in Egypt and Lybia and the rest of the middle east.

The way I see it at least they are pre-occupied shooting and blowing each other up on their own soils rather than coming over here blowing up trains and planes and buildings and automobiles and I guess that is a good thing in the end.

Time to go check on my Virus Scan and Back Up efforts on the Server PC I guess, Y'all have a LOVELY day and balance of the week...

...If you will...

1 comment:

Ed Drew said...

hey, I'm holding my breath to find out how you did on the chile contest. Since you didn't say, i'm gonna conclude you didn't win. I'm sorry. Do you plan to try again next year? If so, I promise to be there to help you.
I share your opinion of those characters in Libya. It's there business, let them kill each other off and we won't have to worry about them