I have to keep this post short. I still have to practice my spontaneity for my venture into public tomorrow. I am sitting here with a glass of coca-cola without the rum. Yes, as hard as it is to believe, coca-cola can be drank without rum! Don't feel bad if you don't know this, I just found out myself. I wonder if 7up would taste okay without the Seagram's? Nah, I'm talking silly now.
As I mentioned, tomorrow I will brave the snow and head out of my house to purchase supplies. I bet you can guess the main essential I'm lacking. That's correct; Bacardi Light. And since you brought it up, I may also pick up some Seagram's Seven. So I have a big day tomorrow. It's been snowing all day today, so I have to get up early to make sure Linda gets out there and shovels. I have to prod her. Sometimes she can be so lazy. I figure it to take her about an hour to shovel the drive and walk, another five minutes to brush off the car, and about ten more minutes for her to warm up the car for me. Let's see, you can't purchase refreshments until 7:30, so I better get her started around 6:00. It would be nice if I could sleep in until a few minutes before having to leave, but I have to set the clock for six just because of Linda. (note to self: place bucket of ice water on the nightstand to have ready for waking Linda.)
Linda can be grumpy in the morning. I don't know why. She has the sleep washed out of her eyes before being fully awakened. She should wake up refreshed. You should hear her complain. I'm always nice and helpful, I tell her where the snow shovel can be found, and remind her that I'll look for her gloves while she clears the five foot drifts from the driveway. And I do look. As soon as I hear her outside, I start looking for her gloves under the bed blankets. I do a thorough job. I will search under the covers until its time to go to the store.
Well, that's the plan for tomorrow. This is all I have for now.