Bedtime Approaches And Sleep Beckons
I have been listening to the soundtrack from the Lord of the Rings, or should I say pieces of all three movies. It is beautiful and moving and I cannot help but get caught up in it. This computer will die long before I tire of praising the power of good music. Wow.
The last two weeks of the year are an odd time for me at the office. It is a mixture of twiddle my thumbs and look for something to do and last minute frantic requests for help.
I am looking forward to 2005, this has been far too eventful a year for me and now I hear that my grandfather is experiencing a few health issues. At 90+ it is to be expected, but it is still a little distressing. Moreso because the conversations with my son have had me thinking about death.
I am not afraid to die, but I am not looking forward to it either.
I actually watched two movies this week. I like movies a lot, but usually have too little time to see them. Saw the Last Samurai and The Bourne Supremacy. They were good, not amazing but good, Still working on pre-production components of the documentary of this blog.
Got caught staring at the same woman twice today. She think that I was staring at her chest, but I was really trying to figure out the fishnet top thing that she had on. It was a fashion faux pas. Got caught again later when I was staring at the tight leather pants she had on. I was trying to figure out what was in her pocket.
I have my own shortcomings, the hard body is not as hard and the clothes are not Beau Brummelish, but I have enough sense to dress appropriately for my age. Ladies, at some point you have to give up on the idea of dressing like a teenager, especially if age and gravity have had their way with you.
I need a haircut. My hair is thinner in places than it used to be and as a consequence it doesn’t lie properly anymore. When I keep it short is easier to handle and much better looking. Eventually I will just shave my head and be done with it. It will be easier to get ready in the morning, but harder to keep my kipah (yarmulke) on my head. I may have to glue a velcro strip to my head and one on the kipah.
The only problem is that this might make the highly efficient TSA folks at the airport more suspicious. I understand that they are not patting down women’s chests anymore so I figure that the best way for me to take my contraband on a plane is to wear a bra. My suit jacket is a 46, not sure if that translates well into bras, but I am figuring that whatever I get will be fairly large, big enough to substitute as a soup bowl.
Of course if you are caught drinking soup out of a bra people wonder about you. The question I ask is are they more upset at the idea of me wearing a bra or drinking out of it. Better yet, how did I get on to such a ridiculous topic. As long as I am talking about it allow me to share the other component of this exploration into the daft and dumb.
I get hungry on planes, so I figure that I’ll need some snacks and since I am going to have to stuff my bra I might as well fill it with snacks. So I suppose that I need to make it a D or DD cup because the flight from here to there is longer than I like to wait to eat.
The other advantage to stuffing my bra is that if airport security gets too suspicious or too friendly I can reach into my top and whip out a Snickers or Three Musketeers bar. While they enjoy themselves I can waltz on over to the gate.
Ok, enough of the boob bit. It is time to hit the sack, I am spent. Lailah tov from Los Angeles, see you in the am.
Jack's Shack December 24, 2004 at 4:42 pm
My mind is always wandering, never know where, but that is part of the journey. Good shabbos to you too. Have a nice weekend Robyn.
Robyn December 24, 2004 at 1:30 pm
Ahhh very good music. My mate and I spent the evening watching the “extra” stuff they put in the extended special edition of the Two Towers last night. Oddly knowing how they did what they did has not ruined the movie for us. I think the journey some of the actors went through on the filming of this trilogy is as strange and wonderful as the journey the characters made. All I can really say is that I doubt, from the way he talks, that the exec. producer will ever work with Peter Jackson again. But then working around a perfectionist story-teller and having deadlines would be hard. Have a wonderful weekend off Jack.
Love and Light
Gilly December 24, 2004 at 10:23 am
Rather amusing post! Sounds like the mind is wandering a little!