Tuesday, November 03, 2009


The Texas way to hunt

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

for the multitude of ways that being accountable keeps my behavior in check, the least of which is Step 10

for some clarity of thought on a number of very minor issues

that my November calendar is filling up with busy stuff to do -- that's kinda new for me

that time changes have never had any effect on me; I don't even notice it, whether it's 1 hour or 10 hours (flying)

When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen.
- Ernest Hemingway


Mary Christine said...

I wonder if Ernest talked to most people.

Syd said...

I find that time changes make me want to get up earlier in the morning and go to bed earlier at night (regular time) and then the exact opposite occurs during DLS.

Scott W said...

I usually get a little thrown off by the time change, this year not so much so.

Wait, what did you say?

Jeremy said...

Scott made me tear and you made me laugh heartily! Oh the joy of feeling.

thank you!

Steve E. said...

I was thinking of something else. WHAT did you say?

Tall Kay said...

I was up at 4:00am this morning and now I'm fighting to stay up until at least 9:00pm. You are blessed to not be affected by the time change!

garden-variety drunk said...

I love the time change in the fall. If we could fall back an hour every month or so, i would totally be a fan.

Zanejabbers said...

The only time I don't like the "fall back time" is when that first Monday is a rainy day. 1. No one remembers what it is like to drive in the dark. 2. They sure as hell don't know how to dirve in the rain.
I try to mimic Ernest, but don't always succeed.

Bill said...

You look mighty cute in that orange cap. Your hot tub enjoys a much wider vista than I envisioned.