"Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next. Delicious Ambiguity." ~ Gilda Radner

Sunday, August 05, 2007

SNAP OUT OF IT, GIRL

So we finally got some rain...not much, but at least it was something.

And, thankfully, this afternoon is overcast....muggy, but at least the sun isn't out so I don't have to feel guilty that I don't feel sunny.

Of course, it wigs the fam out just a hair when ol' Normally Perky Pollyanna Mom is curled up in the fetal position, sobbing, and watching Thelma and Louise for too long...

I'm sure I'll snap out of it soon...or just plain snap.

Next vacation, I've decided, I'm going to some Third World country where I have no emotional ties and life is treacherous and stark so that when I return home, I'll be chomping at the bit to get back to my reality.

Cincinnati Vacation Lag is not for the weak of heart. However, it's nothing a little time, distance and a daily IV of Ben & Jerry's Chunky Monkey Ice Cream won't eventually quell...

Oh, well. This, too, shall pass.

Nevertheless...Somalia, here I come.

I'll send postcards.

God, I wish it was fall...

Maestro, a little something to sulk by, please...


Bring OnThe Rain
by Jo Dee Messina

Another day has almost come and gone
Can't imagine what else could go wrong
Sometimes I'd like to hide away somewhere and lock the door...
A single battle lost but not the war.

'Cause, tomorrow's another day
And I'm thirsty anyway
So bring on the rain
It's almost like the hard times circle 'round
A couple drops and they all start coming down
Yeah, I might feel defeated, I might hang my head
I might be barely breathing - but I'm not dead, no

'Cause tomorrow's another day
And I'm thirsty anyway
So bring on the rain
I'm not gonna let it get me down
I'm not gonna cry
And I'm not gonna lose any sleep tonight

Cause tomorrow's another day
And I am not afraid
So bring on the rain

1 comment:

Linda Lee said...

Next vacation we're meeting in Las Vegas, or somewhere with no ties! It's not worth your depression after your trip home(cheer up Annie, tomorrow is another day). Love, Linda