Certainly there was time when if asked what my own personal idea of hell is, I would have had a different answer than I have today. Today my answer is, "Four hours of Tom Petty songs played by a cover band and sung alternately by talented and utterly inept singers." Of course in hell it probably lasts more than four hours. In my reality I guess I should be glad it's only fours hours. Or should I say there's only four hours left, as I suffered through the four already. And some of it's been good, but some makes me want to jam a pencil in my ear. (My restaurant is having a fundraiser that involves a benefit show of, yes right, two two-hour sets of Tom Petty covers two nights in a row.)
It's grim and rainy here. My feet are cold. I'm so behind on laundry that all I could dig up this morning were thin, non-winter worthy socks. I did, however, put some laundry in before I left for work. And I have in front of me a cup of coffee and a hot cup of tea. Although those are really only warming my hands. Feet so cold that I am considering actually pouring the tea on them. Ha! I just made myself laugh out loud typing that. I might be a little sleep deprived.
I'm not sure how I feel about my outfit today. In fact I spent so much time dwelling on it this morning than now I'm considering making a New Year's resolution about incorporating letting go of concerns about my appearance. But then again looking good makes me feel very happy, so perhaps the trade off is worth it. I'm not sure. I need to think about it more. But I probably won't.
Incredible picture of Pearl Harbor Day at Shorpy.com.
My parents will be here in about 2 weeks. I have to finish 7 days of entertainment planning for them. I have to finish holiday shopping. I have way too much to do.
My boyfriend is 800 miles away. I probably won't see him until some time in the New Year. And yet he manages to make me start my day with a smile, just with one little email. How totally awesome is that? I swear I am going to start buying lottery tickets. You never know, I could win, and then I could see that cute boy all the time.