Lookin’ like Shameless

shamelessAnd so a day that started out in a sublime way deteriorated slowly through a frenetic search for a new alarm clock and finally ended up at a barrrroooom, Shameless style. (Anybody else watch that show? I recommend the British version even if I can’t always 100% understand the talk.)

I started out on my usual Skunk Walk after giving the GG optional instructions to text me when he got up. He could pick me up and we would drive down to the river and walk the Barton Dam trails. I wasn’t sure if he would do that but he rose to the occasion, picked me up on Arborview and we took a beautiful sunrise hike down by the dam.

The next umpteen hours were a mixed bag. I found some Important Papers that I could not find a couple years ago when I needed them (and various people pilloried me in the stocks for committing the unconsionable sin of temporarily misfiling papers in the midst of total chaos, jeebus forgive me). The GG spent multiple hours going to *seven* stores trying to obtain a new alarm clock. I had two requirements for this. 1) It needed to be a clock radio and 2) I have to be able to see the time when I wake up at that Batscope Hour. We have a new alarm clock now. I think it works.

So how did we end up sitting at the bar down at the Jolly Pumpkin looking like Shameless? Lizard Breath came over here today and wanted to walk. So she and I walked downtown and after we bought books at Literati, we sought out whine and a snack at the Jolly Pumpkin. And then Mouse joined us and then the GG. And so here we are in all our glory as a baggy old fambly on a beautiful Sunday afternoon on the first day of spring here on The Planet Ann Arbor in the beautiful Great Lake State of Michigan.

And actually, I think we ended this gorgeous day in a sublime way too, now that we are back at The Landfill with lasagne in the oven, etc.

Love y’all, KW

2 Responses to “Lookin’ like Shameless”

  1. Margaret Says:

    Great photo! It has ambiance. 🙂 I am very picky about my alarm clocks; I have two battery powered ones and Patt had a clock radio, which for some reason, I am holding on to. I really don’t need three clocks to get me up since I have a very functional body clock!

  2. Sam Says:

    Lovely family photo. And lasagne in the oven? Gee, do I wish I were there! (I’d bring whine!)