Sep. 22nd, 2011

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Yesterday, in a parking lot, I saw three young teenage boys walking together. Two were dressed in jeans and "normal" shirts, the third was wearing a blazer/sport coat, jeans and a red bow tie. His hair was pleasantly long and "mussed". I had to clap my hand over my mouth, literally, to keep from yelling "Long live the Doctor!" out the window. It is so much fun to have such a cross generational show be so popular. It is much like the Harry Potter phenomena. My dad, in his sixties, young teens, and I, mid thirties and all love this show. Even my tweeny bopper kids are very aware of it now. I don't let them watch it as it scares the hell out of me sometimes, so I imagine it would give them nightmares.

The girls and I are all fighting colds right now. Everyone is lethargic and whiney, including me. I can't get them to eat or sleep very well, which makes this like torture. *sigh*

My parents close on the house today, so we will start moving in this weekend. It is going to take some time as we have to wait for the windows/dry rot/mold issues to be taken care of. I've never moved in small stages like this and I have a feeling it will annoy the snot out of me. I've not exactly enjoyed the holding pattern we've been in for the last four months. I'm used to moving in a matter of days. Packing and unpacking in less than two weeks most of the time. This is a very different experience. On the pro side, I can take my time and decide where I want things and if there are things I want to do before I move things into a room, I can do that. Usually, I'm running around like crazy trying to be in all rooms at once as movers set up furniture and ask me where I want it.

I can't think of anything else to say. :P


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