Friday, November 10, 2006

Truly Nothing Worthwhile

I have been beating my head against a padded cubicle wall all day to find inspiration to make fun of; um I mean write about today. Perhaps the repeated soft and spongy beatings to the noggin are why it was so hard for me to think of something? At any rate, in great vain I attempted musings on:

Frank Sinatra – one cool cat and what I had on in the office for most of the day
Instant Grits and nachos – what I had for lunch, which is now the inspiration for all of the green that you are seeing, if you get my drift...
The online “office respect” course I need to take for work - I’ll probably really write about this one after I finish the course ---actually I know I will!
The fact that today is the birthday of Sesame Street – sunny days…
The Easy Bake Oven getting inducted into the toy hall of fame – don’t the plastic fake muffins melt inside?

Unfortunately none of those ideas really stuck with or struck me. I guess my well of worthwhileness is wiped out for the week, whew. Then I realized there is nothing wrong with me posting about nothing worthwhile since that’s what this waste of Blogger's server space is all about any way. So without further ado, I present to you…

Yep my friends, nothing at all (in written form as well as "MonoSnow" and "Deluxacolor" graphical representation, too). It's pretty sad really because putting together all this junk took me as long as doing a regular post. Boy did I learn my lesson...


Odat said...

Wow! I can actually see Elvis in that first picture and Munchkins (from OZ) in the second one!!!!
How' did you ever do that???
Have a great weekend, and

abbagirl74 said...

I can't wait to hear about the online course. I have to do one next week and I bet it will be truly full of crap as well as enlightening.

Dr. A said...

[Insert monosnow and deluxacolor comment here]

Josie said...

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Frank Sinatra. "I've Got You Under My Skin" with Count Basie.

"Don't you know little fool,
You never can win.
Use your mentality,
Wake up to reality."

It's my absolute favorite. Especially the Count Basie orchestration.

Gee, I think I'll go and dig out my Sinatra CDs.