Monday, January 24, 2011

Dear world:

1. To the guy I saw walking around in SHORTS recently: It is currently winter, with temperatures far below freezing. Please offer my condolences to any body parts you happen to lose. I hope they weren't ones you use often.

2. To the pizza leftovers I plan on eating tomorrow: Enjoy life while you can. It's only a matter of time.

3. To my readers: Are you ok? Are you out there? Are you still alive?

4. To the stoplight I accidentally ran a few days ago: Oops. Sorry.

5. To all the cops in the county: Thanks for not noticing that I accidentally ran that stoplight.

6. To my cats: I'm not sure exactly WHY you left that particular item right in the middle of the kitchen floor. Ewww.
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12 comments:

Shelly said...

Checking in. Still alive. Bum shoulder, but still alive.

Leftover pizza. Yum!

Monkey Man said...

Pulse - normal. Temperature - 97.8 (normal for me). Ability to comment - always in top form. You'll have to check on the other walking dead to find out why comments aren't forthcoming. (Ooooo fancy word.)

Janna Bee said...

I'm here!

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Janna said...

Shelly: What happened to your shoulder?

MonkeyMan: Thank you for the fancy words, and for checking your pulse just to make sure. :)

JannaBee: Yay! :)

Spam guy who I deleted: Hey, I'm so desperate for comments I almost kept you. Almost.

Shelly said...

I have calcific tendonitis. My guess is too much computer mousing.

Janna said...

Shelly: Wow, that sounds awful. I hope the mouse appreciates your devotion!

Shelly said...

Heh. Thanks, Janna. I hope so, too. :)

MikeWJ at Too Many Mornings said...

Here. Tired. Stressed. Laughing a little, though. Thank you.

miksplace said...

To #6, because they luvs you, imagine what they would leave if they didn't like you!

Janna said...

Shelly: Is there an effective treatment for calcific tendonitis?

MikeWJ: Hang in there.

miksplace: What a horrific thought! :0

Shelly said...

The usual: heat, anti-inflammatories, and physical therapy.