I'm bored of 24/7 continuous coverage of Ike. We know it wasn't good. We know there are only two open gas stations open in a twenty mile radius. We know that most grocery stores do not have anything sellable in the frozen food section. We know that basically no one is going to school this week.
But I would really like to watch The Office come Thursday.
However, I will say that we are blessed:
We have power.
We have food.
We have a roof.
We don't have a tree in our dining room.
We don't need to go to the POD (place where ice, food, and water are given out).
I have plenty of kitty treats.
The weather has been FABULOUS the last few days: high today of 81, low of 59, and virtually no humidity.
Canadians, this is really good. We've spent since May with low of 95 high of 103 with humidity hovering at 100 percent.
We have Internet and cable access. Actually, as soon as the power returned Sunday night we had Internet. Cable returned the next morning.
And I am happy because:
Sarah Palin is no longer cooperating with the whole "I tried to fire that scumbag of a soon-to-be ex brother-in-law" investigation, as it is "tainted". I totally love this story as on many an occasion I've wanted to do something like that, but didn't because, well, I didn't want to have to explain to Karen exactly why Sadie was no longer living in the house. It would just be too complicated.
This looks like a totally great drama. Everyone (except for me of course, as I'm completely evil) is so freakin' supportive of the whole knocked up teenage daughter thing that I'm totally ready for some nastiness. I don't care on what topic, either. Everyone right now is behaving and being supportive because we all just avoided "immanent death". It's getting old. I'm ready for some drama.
Anyway, I'm off to take my afternoon nap. The world needs to return to normal, as I'm not only tired of being nice and sympathetic, but I'm also getting irritated with all these people hanging out at the home front during the day.