My sister informs me that reading my blog is her only reason for living and that when I don't post, she can't go on. Well, okay, she didn't say that exactly, but she did tell me that I'm the source of her amusement and I haven't posted for a few days, and therefore, she's not amused. Nothing like a little pressure! Now I have to be all amusing or something!
So in my attempt to be amusing, I thought I would share some random ramblings and thoughts I've had over the last few days.
1. I'm looking at a package of diapers and it has instructions on it. One of the instructions is, "For best results, change diaper several times a day." If someone is so stupid/irresponsible they can't figure that one out for themselves, why are they allowed to be in charge of small children?
2. When someone is diagnosed with a terminal cancer, they say, "The doctors give me three months to live." The doctors gave them that long? Wow, those are some pretty powerful doctors. Last time I checked, God was in charge of life and death. I'd like to start a huge movement that we all say, "The doctors estimate I have three months" or something that makes the doctors sound just a little less all-powerful. I have an uncle who was "given" six weeks and eight years later, he's still kickin'.
3. I think there must be some kind of conspiracy going on between the radio stations - why do they all go to commercial at exactly the same time? There should be a law made that radio stations must stagger out their commercials so I can always find music somewhere when I flip the dial. That is, after all, why I have the radio on.
4. Instructions on microwave dinners - "Caution. Food will be hot." Well, I sure hope so, seein' as how it just came out of the microwave. (See #1)
Here's wishing you all a happy Monday, and be sure to check out the new reviews on my sidebar. "Agent in Old Lace" seems to be pretty universally enjoyed. That's a very good thing.