Here's my shadow standing over the "Trust Jesus" signs that were painted on a lot of the sidewalks in Salt Lake City. Do you suppose anyone ever gets busted tagging for Jesus?
I don't know what it is, but the minute it gets even halfway cold out, my hibernation instinct kicks in. I'm ready to start storing food, put on my animal skins and retire to my cave. I guess I haven't really evolved all that much. (I'm sure I don't have to tell any of you that) It went from being in the upper eighties on Tuesday to barely sixty degrees and rainy today. I suppose it didn't help that I went to the farmer's market yesterday after work and got a bunch of basil, or that my friend J. gave me a ton of tomatoes from her mom's garden, so I had a great excuse to stay home tonight and prepare for Winter. I made four batches of pesto sauce to freeze. I think I'll make a couple more and that ought to hold us until Spring.
Oh yeah, that whole paragraph above was supposed to serve as my lame excuse for this post. I decided to just throw up some photos that are completely irrelevant to my post and yammer on about a bunch of dumb shit and call it good. Wait - that's pretty much what all my posts are like.
I thought I was being all slick snapping this photo in front of the Forever 21 store in San Francisco, until I realized a guy to my left and just out of the photo, was the other shoe shine guy and he made me pay him a dollar for taking this. Drat.
So, this weekend...I don't really have anything planned for this weekend. After last weekend, it's pretty much okay with me. I always tell my friends to text me if they're going to do something fun. So, who knows what will pop up in the next couple of days. If nothing else, I'd be thrilled to stay home and watch movies, and I thought I might actually go back to working on that weird painting I've been trying to get to for the last few years.
Here is Coadster walking ahead of me in Chinatown in San Francisco.
Tomorrow Coadster has part 2 of her showchoir marathon this week. She also got a job selling t-shirts and crap at Hawkeye games. She makes good money and she works with all her friends, so it's pretty social too. The only downside, is that I'll usually have to take her to the stadium at 6:30 on game days. Oy.
And here is Stinky's ponytail bopping around in Chinatown.
Stinky is going to a football game at the other high school in town on Friday night. Then I think she has a party or something to attend on Saturday night. Maybe it's good if I don't have a life, since it looks like I'll be spending most of my time shuttling my girls to their social lives.
Sooo, how about you all? Will you have lives this weekend, will you be facilitating someone else's life, or just hibernating in your caves with all your stored food and animal skins?