Saturday, May 21, 2011

If today is the end of the world, it's already tomorrow in Australia

"It's the end of the world as we know it . . . ."

Yes, and I am feeling fine.

I've seen a bit of the news about the end of the world, on Saturday, May 21st, at 6 pm. Daylight or Standard time?  But I'm unsure as to which time zone the prediction was referring.  It's already Sunday in New Zealand, which is (apparently) still there.

I guess the ancients who encoded all this secret stuff in holy writ didn't specify.  I'm not so worried, though I'd like not to have to prepare for work tomorrow.  And, (it's now 4 30 p EDT) there may not be much time left.  Unless your on the West Coast.  Is it still there?  Hello California, we salute you.

Those who see things encoded in scripture have confused their King James Version with Sudoku and the crossword.

I've got to get to work.  I have a Rapture Party to attend tonight.
Cheers, all.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Fair to partly cloudy

Rain has moved on.  The sun  is shining.  Still, my life is partly cloudy.  Folk have been keeping my really busy of late.  Really.  I'm giving up on treading water and hoping to find my snorkel and flippers.  It's deep, but not circling fins have been sighted, yet.

Bears in the garden.
I've been honored to be asked my opinions on some things by a few readers, here and there. 
I am always happy to respond to questions.  Email is on the profile.
Not sure I'm so wise or experienced, but being in an odd sort of work, it interests some others in this odd sort of work.  Too bad none of them live closer by.  I'd like to meet some folk in this odd work who are, well, odd-like-me.

This summer, I hope to have some time away from work, but there are no plans as of yet.  And no money to go with the, as yet, unmade plans.  I'm always happy to stay with friends here and there (and always welcome invitations).  Though space is limited here, always glad to have company.  There's only the sofa, or my bed.  Take you pick.

Right now I'm so tired, I'm wandering.  Best to get back to some emergency assistance at hand.  It's always when I'm off the clock,  except, I never am.

Cheers to all.