December 17, 2003

Saturday Morning Musings

Another day of nothing to blog about--well, plenty of things to talk about, but nothing of interest to anyone other than myself. However (whine alert!!!), judging by the comments (read comments, lack of, page 42, paragraph 3, of the Blogger's Emergency Manual) I'm the only one who reads this anyway, so what the heck...

I'm going to be an aunt again!!! Yay!!!! I had been firmly convinced that my next opportunity to shop for adorable little newborn gowns and cute stuffed plush elephant rattles was going to be when the honorific of "Great Aunt Susie" was bestowed upon me by one of my (hopefully already post-high school) nieces or nephew. Imagine my surprise and delight to discover yesterday that one of my sisters has decided she's tired of waiting for said nieces (or nephew) to provide the requisite baby-shopping excuse and take care of it herself. Yay! I forsee a Discovery Toys© Party in the future...

Scrooge The owner of the theater has decided that the last show on Christmas Eve will start at 3pm, and the first show on Christmas Day will start at 7pm. "Yay!" again! Of course, since I won't get another day off until sometime next year because school is out until after New Year's, I'll probably crawl back under the covers after I have checked out Santa's offerings on Christmas morning and sleep until I have to go to work on the first day of Christmas.

Now the toilet in the other men's rest room is possessed! Last night (after "normal" business hours, of course) it decided to go into permanent flush mode. The employees had fun dropping things into it and watching them disappear. I put a stop to it when they got to wadded-up paper-towel balls the size of a snowglobe--we have enough plumbing problems without blocking up the sewer....I left my Assistant a note to call a plumber (Muh ha ha ha !)

As Pixy Misa said about the most recent oil shortage, this was a "repeat". Lately all my work disasters seem to be replays of prior disasters (we had two brain-wraps in three days' time last week, the first in months) which is why I haven't blogged about them. But there's a sort of Catch-22 here--as tedious as it is to keep having to deal with the same problems over and over, it would be foolhardy to wish for new and more exciting disasters just for blogfodder.

I have to finish up my Christmas shopping today (or tomorrow) since these are my last two days off until Christmas. It'll be a race to see which gives out first--my back or my checking account!

Posted by Susie at December 17, 2003 09:51 AM | TrackBack
Comments

My money's on your back giving out first. Been watching MSNBC lately? Lots of crazies out there beating people up over Elmo.

Posted by: Tiffany at December 17, 2003 10:11 AM

didja notice I'm having a caption contest? with a real prize and everything?

Posted by: Victor at December 17, 2003 11:18 AM

Susie - you DO realize the by typing the phrase "more exciting disasters" you've invoked Murphy's Law and will soon have to deal with a more exciting disaster, right?

I'll keep the Reddi-Wip close at hand, just in case.

Posted by: Harvey at December 17, 2003 11:36 AM

Yay! Cute stuffed plush elephant rattles rule!

Posted by: Pixy Misa at December 17, 2003 06:52 PM

Umm, I lost my Blogger's Emergency Manual...what does it say to do if you lose it?

Posted by: Simon at December 18, 2003 01:18 AM
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