Everybody seems to think I’m lazy

 

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11 Responses to “Everybody seems to think I’m lazy”

  1. Steve O Says:

    Clear conscience = good Zs.

  2. JD Dallager Says:

    Surely the sleep of innocence!

  3. Pat O'Brien Says:

    The Boo be snoozing and dreaming of carrots, snow peas, grilled chicken breasts, and peeing on trees. Living the good life every day thanks to well trained humans. Took Duffy about 2 weeks to train us.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Kind of a gray, drizzly day here, Pat, and The Boo and I are both feeling drowsy. One of us has to cook, though.

      How’s the slo-mo move coming along?

      • JD Dallager Says:

        PO’G: OK….so now we know that Boo can cook! 🙂

        Your old haunts in Bibleburg are getting hammered……13 inches of blowing snow so far in Black Forest and more to come.

        Pat: Are you far enough south that this 4 Corners Low didn’t hammer you?

      • Pat O'Brien Says:

        Good day Gentlemen. JD, I’m about a far South as you can get without being in Mexico. Nothing but wind down here from this storm. But that low is centered right around Albuquerque, and it’s hammering the front range, as you said.

        Patrick, the slo move continues. Old appliances and new stove will be installed in the coming two weeks along with carpets being steam cleaned. We actually had lunch in the new digs today, using the breakfast bar, while the old place was being shown. You’re right, that breakfast bar is a handy thing. Maybe someday you guys can sit there with a drink and watch me fire up the wok. Sandy flies to KY next week to help her Mom with some estate stuff around the farm, and I will continue to eat this elephant one Tacoma load at a time, hiring the young lad next door for two man lift and carry chores. Will start moving stuff in earnest after carpets are cleaned. Final move will occur a week or two after Sandy’s return.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        JD, The Boo has whipped up a tasty pozole verde for us, from a Men’s Journal recipe citing the Mexico City-bred chef Rodrigo Bueno.

        My man Hal up Weirdcliffe way reports three feet of snow so far. “Digging all day,” he says. Good thing we don’t have a hot mic’ on him today. I expect his language might not be suitable for a general audience, podcasting-wise.

      • Steve O Says:

        I’ve made that pozole more than a few times. Always good for what ails ya, as long as what ails you are cold and hunger.

  4. Pat O'Brien Says:

    Old appliances, washer, dryer, refrigerator, and stove will be removed, and new stove installed is what I meant to say. I must drive editors crazy.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Everybody drives editors crazy, Pat. And a short drive it is, too. Glad to hear that you’re able to take your time. Nothing quite as unpleasant as a rushed move, even if it’s a short haul. Shit goes sideways, is what.

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