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Friday, January 22, 2016

FEELING GROOVY


FEELING GROOVY




Panic ensues in the northeast as a major snow storm is upon us.  The biggest concern here is tidal surges and areas that got beat up during Sandy might get beat up again.  The forecast is there may be some flooding but we should be OK. 

As to the snow, it could be a major problem if you need to go anywhere.

I don’t.  No work.  No obligations.  A storm like this is the perfect excuse to do nothing.  No guilt for doing nothing, just hunker on down and watch playoff football* (please god don’t take away our power) keep warm and do nothing.

I know what that Simon and Garfunkel song means and I will be dappled and drowsy and ready for sleep.

Mrs. C purchased all the ingredients for her delicious meatloaf and au gratin potatoes.  By Sunday the complexes snow dudes should have us all plowed and shoveled out.

In the mean time I will just be napping, messing around with my guitar and the old banjo my friend Frog gave me, football, meatloaf, more napping, more TV.
“Got no deeds to do, no promises to keep. I'm dappled and drowsy and ready to sleep. Let the morning time drop all its petals (snow) on me. Life, I love you. All is groovy.”

*Bummer, just realized no playoffs today.

16 comments:

  1. Sounds like an absolutely perfect way to be snowed in and the mention of Mrs. C's meatloaf and au gratin potatoes now has me starving at 12:30am. - Keep safe and fingers, eyes n' toes all crossed that you don't lose power!

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  2. Meatloaf? I'll grab my fork and be right over!

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  3. Hi Cranky,

    We get snow here but not nearly as bad as you guys are due (or already have).

    Enjoy your snowed in comfort.

    :o)

    Cheers

    PM

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  4. I looked for some pictures, but can't find any yet. You have a great day!

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  5. Oh meatloaf. I think I'll make some and since there isn't any snow here I can come and go at my leisure.

    Have a fabulous do nothing weekend. ☺

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  6. Sorry no playoffs, but I trust you'll find ways to enjoy the day. Take care and stay warm.

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  7. Meatloaf and au gratin potatoes are 2 of my favorite things!! Would Mrs. C be willing to share her recipes on your post?

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  8. When you get tired of the guitar and tv, you could ask Mrs. C if she has any odd jobs for you to do! :)

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  9. even 'old' folks can enjoy snow days. :)

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  10. Hey, it the power holds, you have a perfect Sunday lined up. Stay safe and warm.

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  11. No snow here but I'll be glued to the tube for tomorrow's second game and cheering for the Cardinals.

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  12. Looks like Boston is missing most of the snow. I'm not complaining.

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  13. It sounds like vacation, of which i will get a very short dose this year. Enjoy!

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  14. Thank goodness Mrs. C read her own grocery list. Hard tellin' what you could be eating if you'd done her shopping...

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  15. I'm like this when a cyclone is coming. It's cool to have the excuse to do nothing for a day. Although, it comes with the risk of a power failure. You made me want to hear the song again. I went to play it and couldn't find it when I looked for "Feeling Groovy". I found out that it's actually called The 59th Street Bridge Song. Whaddayaknow? You learn something everyday!

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  16. The snow is really piling up outside. I'm crying icicles instead of tears. Don't be sad 'cause two out of 3 ain't bad. Meatloaf.

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