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Sunday, June 11, 2006

Mold under the armpits

It poured all day today. Again. This. Is. So. Not. Fun. First, I finally brought back an ancient rose bush on our property, and it's full of teardrop shaped buds that look like they are rotting from all the wet. I will be so pissed if all my hard work to bring back this pile of thorny sticks to a huge thriving bush goes to naught due to the rain.

Next, my joints are aching. I don't think our bodies were made to deal with this amount of dampness. Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm feeling pain in joints I forgot I have.

My girl has been camping in the rain. She is going to come home Sunday afternoon filled with complaints. I'm not ready to feel empathy. The rain sucks. What else is new?

Big wedding tomorrow evening. It's in a tent. With no heat. And guests from all over the world flying in. Hopefully, someone will think to put down plastic runners across the grass because all those high heels are just going to sink in the mud.

We are getting very stir crazy. Cabin fever. We want to go outside and kick around the football in honor of the World Cup. Bahwahahaha. So not gonna happen.

I wish I could think of what else to write about, but the mold under my arms is itchy and I just want to see the sun again. Is that too much to ask?
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5 Comments:

Blogger Jo said...

Hi! I saw your post over at All Blog Stars so I thought I would pop over here and read your blog. I just want to say that it's so refreshing to know there are people out there who feel like I do about the war in Iraq, gay marriage, and George Bush. Living here in Texas, I was beginning to lose hope!

Oh, and I hope it's stopped raining there.

11/6/06 7:37 AM  
Blogger craziequeen said...

Camping in the rain is a traditional childhood pastime.... :-)

Nice to see you over at allstars! LOVE the picture you used :-)

cq

11/6/06 2:10 PM  
Blogger Patty said...

Wow
Dear please send me some of your wonderful rain.It's dryer than a popcorn fart here.

11/6/06 4:04 PM  
Blogger rashbre said...

England is normally known as a somewhat rainy place, so I kinda identify with the practical aspects of how to walk across muddy grass etc. But we've got a drought order in most of the country at the moment. Seems improbable as it probably rained last about a week ago, but our authorities are saying all of the reservoirs are too empty. So we can't use hose pipes etc.

Oh well.
rashbre

11/6/06 5:54 PM  
Blogger Carmi said...

On the bright side, you're not about to have a tropical storm roll through.

Have fun at the wedding. Sounds like you're having more fun that I am: it's bathtime at the zoo now. Into the maelstrom I go...

11/6/06 6:49 PM  

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