When I got home from work last night, the power was out. It didn’t come back on for 15 hours. FIFTEEN HOURS. Right as I was walking out the door for work this morning, all of the lights kicked on – so then, I had to put down my purse, put down my Vera Bradley quilted lunch bag, put down my laptop, put down my gym clothes, and do a walk-through of the house to turn everything off.
My bedroom is upstairs, where, sans air conditioner, it is at least 12 degrees hotter than the rest of the house. Needless to say, last night was sheer misery. But that’s all I’m going to say about that, because this summer, I haven’t been complaining as much about the heat (proud?). It doesn’t mean that I’ve been enjoying it any more, or even hating it any less – just not verbalizing my suffering as often or as strongly.
But just because I won’t talk about the heat doesn’t mean I won’t talk about other things.
Yet another brilliant segue by Annie Parsons.
But. I don’t know where to take it. So I guess that this is the end – unless you’ll allow me to add these things: it’s really difficult to read white letters on a black background, crouton rhymes with futon, and vote for Gabe.