January 23, 2011

I was born in a crossfire hurricane

So here we are -- all reading blogs on a fine Sunday morning/afternoon/evening as the case may be. If you are reading on a different day, I appreciate it, but where the heck were you on Sunday?

We went to the mall in Indy yesterday.The place was packed. I mean December kind if busy. That is good for the economy.  Or it could be everyone has cabin fever and there was no place else to go. The wife spent $15 on clothes for work. She spent $19 on a new pair of boots. That is it, a good day at the mall for me, other than it took her about 4 hours to make those purchases. I just sat in the middle after I looked in the Sporting goods store and the book store. People watching, it never gets old.  I have noticed there are far fewer mohawk types around these days.

I have plenty of stuff to get started on this morning so I am going to have to cut this ramble off short. What?  I need to ...and maybe I should ...OK, I want to do a little reading and maybe I will watch some TV.

4 comments:

Ralphd00d said...

Shopping was busy here too. Went out to the one in snobby part of town (read Scottsdale) and traffic was terrible! Sucked too, that the main loop around there for the freeway was under construction and closed.

Jean said...

I just started the first volume of Shelby Foote's Civil War Narrative.
Gonna be slow going, even though I am enjoying it.

Noah Bawdy™ said...

The wife spent $15 on close for work ?

I just stayed home today, catching up on Blogs and such.

Joe said...

Fixed Noah.

Jean -- I enjoyed Foote's works, they get easier to read as you get into them. I always liked bruce Catton, but he is a little harder to get through. I am currently reading Stephen Hunter's newest novel.

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