Loosened from the mud, I find myself floating in a world of possibility.

So can you.

A post about hot-ness

There is a whole lot of Spring going on in these parts. Warm sunshine. Ice out on the lakes. Bud bursting in the trees. We even found a couple of wood ticks. I do hope we get a couple of more weekends without many ticks. When tick season hits we stay in the city. And in the city we have projects to complete but also awesome pizza parties to attend (pizza baked in an outdoor pizza oven -woot!).

So what was I going to write about? Ticks always distract from all that's good in the world.

Oh, yeah, so I was going to talk about the new glasses. The Big D finally got new glasses. He's needed them for about 10 years now. I think they are hot! I'm trying to figure out to talk about them and I keep coming back to the idea of a "reverse Clark Kent." With them on, Dave looks smart and a bit menacing. Take them off and he's my fun-loving, wild guy again. I find "menacing" to be very sexy and I think this every time I see him with his glasses on. He, on the other hand, is not happy at all with the fact that now he has to wear glasses. He doesn't believe me when I say they are hot so I'll just keep telling him until it sinks in.

It's too hot to knit but I've managed to find some projects that can be done in warm weather. The best thing is that I'm knitting with my stash.

Finally, the last hot thing about this post. The air conditioning in Dave's Jeep conked out and so we had a very warm drive back to the city. I can't believe how miserable it was with the temps only in the 70s. Can you believe this was the norm just a decade ago? I can't.

I pine all month long for Spring but now that it's here, I'm complaining about the heat. And that's just dumb.