Things I Know

  • The baseball season opens tonight.  Yay!  And it opens in the USA at a time of day when I don’t have to alter my sleeping habits to watch. 

  • Sunday is the first day of the week, but by Saturday, this will probably last as the dumbest thing I’ve heard all week.  On the radio this morning, I heard a doctor say we’ll have a worse pollen season this year than last because daylight saving time came three weeks earlier, so the plants will have more daylight to grow under.  Hello!  Daylight saving time does not make days longer.  It makes you get up an hour earlier so you don’t sleep through as much of the sunshine.

  • I may have to mow my lawn this week.  I knew there was something I didn’t like about warmer weather.

  • If I forget to lock my Blackberry before I put it in my pocket, either I take interesting photos of the inside of my pocket, or I call a random someone, sometimes someone I don’t know at all.

  • The phrase two-a-day no longer refers to football practice.  It now applies to someone killing a bunch of people and then killing him or herself.  This is bewildering, tragic and very, very sad.

  • Appointment update:  I’ve been told I will have a job after tomorrow night, but not the one I now have, or one I really like.  However, in this economy, jobs being as hard to find as they are, being employed full-time with benefits has more to recommend it than it once did.

Author: Tom

I know my ABC's, I can write my name and I can count to a hundred.

2 thoughts on “Things I Know”

  1. With the BlackBerry Storm, you won’t have regrets over forgetfulness. The Storm will first UNLOCK ITSELF and THEN take photos of the inside of your pocket. If it’s feeling especially frisky, it may reboot a couple of times as well.

    Congratulations on your reappointment. Maybe you’ll end up in the “Dirty Tricks” department, which I hear is being reconstituted.

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