Saturday, October 10, 2009

SATURDAY FORENOON



HELLO fellow travelers!
I am treating myself to an easy morning.. . easy as in lazy! I've been checking emails, reading
comments from you on this blog, adding comments here and there back 'atcha', enjoying my
toasted croissant and coffee. . . .never got into tea, especially not for breakfast.

I am waiting for Peter the Portugese Wonder to arrive from Provincetown. Whoooaaaaahhhh!
He called me early this morning to tell me he couldn't stand it [our being apart] any longer. . hahahaaa. . and so he was running away from home, the bakery and the fishing boat!

Well, if you think I could fall back to sleep, . .think again! Why... his call was like sleigh bells on
Christmas eve. . .hehehee. . .so things to do. . .Sheets and towels into the wash, changing the bed,
making my 'condo' chez Mme Bouvier [merci, Pelerin, for the Mme rather than Mde. . hehe] look
clean and relaxedly proper. . . in other words, fussing. . . he ought to be here before long. .

Prolly traffic on the highways will be heavy. . .this is a long holiday weekend with the mostly unobserved Oct 12 Columbus Day. . . as in 1492 Christopher Columbus who thought he was headed to Cathay[China] but ended up "discovering" the Caribbean. . .as if it had even been lost. LOL

I think our President is an excellent choice for the Peace Prize. Yeah, yeah, yeah. . .I heard some of the spoiled types with their negative comments on TV. . . .so, "let 'em pull it and haul it", as the older New England yanks say it. Sen. John McCain was far more upbeat, rising to "noblesse oblige" and finding positive things to say. Whatever McCain may say in private, in public he is positive and respectful toward the sitting president. Impresses me, he does.

This is it for now. More later. . .that is a threat. . .hhehee. . .BYE. . .Justin

6 comments:

J said...

So Peter arrives like a hothouse flower. I hope your walls are soundproofed.

Gary Kelly said...

He wants to know if one of us has a needle and thread.

As to coffee first thing in the morning, way too heavy for me. Tea is better... black with one sugar. Then I graduate to coffee an hour or two later. But I'm a native of the Land Down Under where we have morning tea, afternoon tea, and tea houses. Many oldies still refer to breakfast, dinner and tea (dinner being lunch and tea being the evening meal).

Even in cricket, our national sport, they break for tea. I dunno if we have high tea in Oz but they do in Britain.

Stew said...

Isn't it nice to have a suprise visitor? Hope all is going well.

JustinO'Shea said...

hahaaa. . .Gary, he didnt really need a needle and thread. . . we just took them off. . . ho ho ho ho

. . . and the rest is history. . and I will never tell. . .hehe


Yes undeed. . how sweet it is . ."sigh"

JustinO'Shea said...

hahaaa. . .Gary, he didnt really need a needle and thread. . . we just took them off. . . ho ho ho ho

. . . and the rest is history. . and I will never tell. . .hehe


Yes undeed. . how sweet it is . ."sigh"

Coop said...

I thought I successfully commented on this yesterday. Probably didn't go through.

You didn't seem like a coffee drinker to me, Justino. I'm pleasantly surprised. I am addicted to caffeine & I've given up trying to quit. Breakfast for is omelets & egg sandwiches, etc... sometimes a piece of fruit... sometimes I skip it altogether.

Peter must be head o'er heels in love with you. Hope you've been havin fun.