Did Someone Get The Tag

of that truck that hit me?  At least, I assume it was a truck.  I feel like I’ve been hit by a truck.

But I’m occupying my cubicle anyway. Instead of pulling a repeat of yesterday and occupying my couch.  I don’t seem to be feverish today, there are plenty of things I share with coworkers, but I generally try to keep the infectious things to myself.  The coworkers seem to appreciate that.

So yesterday was spent poking around on the internet and building something new.  Wanna see*?

The day was capped off by cleaning my son’s barf off his face.  So really, a lovely day.

This morning I woke up from weird fevered dreams where I really wanted to leave the party but I couldn’t find my shoes. And then I couldn’t leave anyway because the monsters were hosting a costume party in the foyer. My mother in law kept emerging from some magical room wearing different shoes.  She suggested I could find something there since my shoes were missing.  When I went into the room, there were no shoes.  Later several men left to do some carnival ride thing that was set up at the lake across the street.  They came back naked and red. It was not sexy. Dear subconscious, if you are going to insert naked people into my dreams, I’d prefer if they were hot.  Just saying.

And somewhere in the middle, it seems Emerson has gotten political again. Whatever am I going to do with him?

*Please do and let me know what you think.  

8 thoughts on “Did Someone Get The Tag”

  1. If you haven’t seen the Beilers catalog (horse harness maker supplies and tools and more), it might be worth your while.

    I was told that you are actually everyone in your dream. Your mother in law with different shoes is a part of you you aren’t happy about; the different shoes are symbols of different changes you have tried. The nekkid men are . . um, feverish. And you weren’t attracted because you don’t like the part of yourself they represent.

    All in all, you might try wearing some loose, warm socks to bed at night. The warm feet is supposed to support better circulation in your feet and legs, reducing stress on the heart. And if your feet are a bit warmer, maybe your dream of being stranded without shoes might not be so traumatic.

    Blessed be!

  2. Snazzy. It’s bold and eye catching. I like it. Makes me want to noodle around. Of course I love your husband’s products so I do that anyway but if I didn’t that site would tend to draw me in.
    You do nice work!

  3. I just added a new bp med last week – one of the published possible side effects is ‘strange dreams’.
    The first night, naked women-lots of ’em!
    None since, but still weird every night.
    (sigh)
    At least my bp is where it’s supposed to be.

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