Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Sunny Day

iTunes' party shuffle is playing: Days Like This - Van Morrison - Days Like This
Did y'all see how blue the sky was today? Very. It was so sunny at 8.55 am this morning, when the one true love called and woke me up, that I resolved to move very slowly, lest I broke into unnecessary sweat. It was a day for the beach, and not work, but unfortunately, you know ler. Still, I couldn't let it all go to waste, and thanks to the one true love, I had brekkie under an umbie under the clear blue sky. The rest of daytime was terribly nondescript, as it tends to be with work days, but thanks to good ol' understanding ol' loving ol' wifey, a fabulous dinner was taken at the village. Just as well too, because all I had for lunch and brekkie was a bagel because it was too hot to want to eat. In case you missed it


Blogger Mezz said...

Yes, it was a bloody HOT day indeed. My innards were cooked and my arms were baked to IMperfection. Tank top lines and all. Eeks...I'm gonna be a snake in a couple of days...better start choosing a tree bark to rub against. Sigh.

9/23/2004 12:20:00 AM  
Blogger cour marly said...

And I missed it indeed. Such is life as a corporate drone.

I think I need another day off.

9/23/2004 12:49:00 AM  
Blogger JellyGirl said...

I hear ya, it was a be-youuuu-tiful day yesterday. Too bad it wasn't a Sunday.

9/23/2004 09:02:00 AM  
Blogger powerpuff said...

At least, you guys felt the sun-shiny day. I was so stucked in the droning (of corporate life), I didnt even realised that it was a nice day to go out.. :|

9/23/2004 12:03:00 PM  
Blogger Mr Miyagi said...

Don't get stucked. Stucked is not good. Stucked is bad. Droning's not too flash either. Take a break. Stick your head out the window. (Just don't let it get stucked, cos that sucks).

9/23/2004 12:07:00 PM  
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