Hi. It’s me again. Last week during the rains, we had a wet carpet near the slide out. It looks like it needs to be recaulked. Why does my life revolve around frickin’ caulk? Anyway, Jim asked me, the unemployed slug, to remove the old caulk. He’ll caulk when he gets home.
The neighbors have been decorating their mobile home all day. I complimented them on what was done so far and was informed that they were winners of the mobile home park’s Christmas decor contest of sorts. They win a lot, sometimes they get second or third place. They were so proud to tell me. They’re nice people.
Reader Catsy commented “I love your confusion with "their" and "they're".” yesterday. What a nice way of saying “You’re an idiot.” I hate when people misuse these words. It’s a pet peeve really. I quickly searched for each form, they’re, there, their in the blog and made sure they were the proper spelling. I had to change a bunch. Ugh. Thanks Catsy – I think.
I’m amazed that we’ve never evolved to eliminate homophones. Most every word is understood by the preceding or proceeding words. So complicated. I guess the extra words are convenient for Scrabble.
I got up at 8 am, and now at 4:30 pm I’m wondering where the day has gone. Yeah, I went to Walmart Grocery store, and Big Lots. I scraped caulk, laundry, made the bed, can all these things take the entire day?
Jim is home from work, he caulked, now it’s time to go to the gym, shower and eat.