Ding ding ding ding dingdingdingding dinnnnnnnnggggg

Apparently Mooon Yooonit goes waaaaay beyond a polite little reminder to buckle your seat belt into a long continuous dinging sound if you do not buckle up. I won’t go into detail about how I know this. I will just say that if you want to defy the law and stay unbuckled in yer own vee-hickle, that’s fine with me but if you are a passenger in MY vee-hickle, you WILL wear your seat belt because if we get stopped and you are not buckled in, I will get the ticket.

I am dead taaaaarrrred tonight. It was a long day of meetings, one of which ended up lasting three hours. And a performance review. Which was fine and I wouldn’t even mention it except that it marks the second time in my life that someone has used the word “glue” to describe one of my strengths at my job. What that means is that I have an odd, un-quantifiable little talent for remembering little bits and pieces of things and if I don’t remember them off the top of my head, I am good at dredging them up PDQ. I do this kind of thing almost to a fault, especially when it overflows into my personal life. Like it can drive me to distraction when people go back and forth speculating forever about something that either has no answer or is easy to look up. Like, is Soupy Sales dead? For instance.

We are not sappy romantic people (or at least I am not) but we did a different thing and drove to a neighboring town to porterize ourselves at a Valentine’s Day dinner at a refurbished old hotel. It was great but it was a bit long for me and more food than I needed, especially since the 3-hour meeting pushed the normal time I eat lunch out an hour and a half so I was not really hungry to start with. I took half my prime rib home in a box and it’ll be a great little lunch sometime this weekend but prob’ly not tomorrow because I think I am doing the Griz.

And with that? G’night!

2 Responses to “Ding ding ding ding dingdingdingding dinnnnnnnnggggg”

  1. l4827 Says:

    Hope your VD was happy and romantic!

  2. Margaret Says:

    It’s great to do something different once in a while. Do you eat your prime rib with horseradish? Apparently(according to several friends), I’m weird for doing so. Hmmm. I too require seat belts to be worn in my vehicle.