NaBloPoMo 2010 Day 10 — Long Day
Man, was this a long day. (And I didn’t make it to bed last night on the postmeridian side of zero hour, either.) And I am dragging! But I don’t want to deprive you of your daily dose of my “perspective” on life. I think I only have energy to share some of the things I noticed throughout my day:
1) Fall Foliage: Fall is my favorite season. I love the crispness in the air in the mornings. I love the vibrant colors when the leaves change. And autumn is the season of college football, so what’s not to love about that? The name of this blog derives, in part, from my love of this season. I saw some great displays of fall color this morning.
2) Free internet: I had a few opportunities today to take advantage of free web access. Maybe it’s a sign of my advancing age, but I am so hesitant anymore to jump on a free internet hotspot given all the email/Facebook hacking I’ve seen over the last 24 months. I might also be tired of paying the computer nazi to de-malware my computer. (If you need a computer repair, the computer nazi that we use is great. He’s not German. He’s Asian actually, but he’s as no-nonsense as the “Soup Nazi” of Seinfeld lore. Hence the name. Sue me, Seinfeld! I dare you!)
3) Club sandwich: I do not recommend the club sandwich at a lunch meeting. Especially when the woman on the other side of the table only eats half of her turkey & swiss. Clubs are good, but that extra slice of bread is problematic. No one on the other side of the table should have to see how wide I can open my mouth and count my fillings as I try to cram that thing in my pie-hole and explain how I can help her business. Even when nothing flies out of the back end of the sandwich, the stress of worrying that I’m going to have a huge dollop of mayo on the side of my face after a bite wears on you.
I am going to sleep well tonight (fingers crossed). This has been one long day. See you tomorrow.