Man, things are weird around here! No sooner had I gotten over my trip to the–*grimace*–vet… (that was the day we were talking about tests, and the doc just happened to say that I get “straight A’s”!); now the whole living room is disrupted–worse than when the Christmas tree comes up (in fact, where are they going to put the tree next year?)
Amazing how a new wide-screen TV can change things! The Mom has for many years avoided making a TV the centre of a room, but now “tv” means so much more than it used to. People in this family watch TV in the normal sense about once every 2 years, but–they will now be using it to watch home-made videos, photos, screen savers, etc. Actually, to try out the new screen, they did start on a movie the other night… and couldn’t stick it out (who wants to watch men kissing each other?)
Anyway, I think I’m getting used to the new arrangement here. The Mom is happy to have my stool closer to her; hopefully our Student won’t be too upset/lost when he comes home for the weekend!
The GOOD thing about all this, is that The Mom has had to sort through & reorganize her pile of “stuff”, in order to keep her snuggery-corner snug!
Thanks Boss, for giving the ‘push’ when it’s needed!
Walk to Rivendell: Continuing in Green Hill Country, Hobbiton is now hidden as the slopes rise and fall.