I worked in a law firm that hired an attorney right out of law school. About a month and a half into his stay with us, he took his car in for maintenance and they had to keep it overnight. Unfortunately, he forgot his GPS in the car (this was before everyone had smartphones with Google Maps on them). He had no idea how to get home without it, even though he had driven the route every day for the last month and a half. He had to type his address and the office address into the computer to get step by step directions to his own home!
Wallace, my boy, she’s known you far too long and far too well to fall for that!
Not quite so stupid as to answer that completely truthfully, though.
Hurbis is a bit young to be a boomer, but I doubt XENU42 knows or cares.
And the “very little online presence” comment is most likely to be taken as a compliment by Hubris . . . so, strike two!
There is a difference!
(Actually a pretty important one. As a general rule, soap and water won’t touch paint)
Before this latest development, I believe Georgia said that she would be announcing the return date soon. I’m sure that’s still the case.
Don’t worry. I’m sure Georgia will get back to it very soon. On her twitter, she mentioned that she is also recovering from an unrecognized infection that further slowed her down (this on top of the reflux thing, and being full-time mom of two kids who are home 24-7 due to lockdown and taking care of 4 cats and her husband may actually want to talk to her from time to time and . . . well, you get the idea).
Good news from Tommy’s Woman on her Facebook page:
“Tommy’s biopsy came back fine, he just got his stitches taken out yesterday, his few teeth left are doing great so all in all looks like our happy boy is on the mend! Now he’s really starting to show his age I think though, little squawky old man.”
That’s a little too much flocking, Lupin! The floor is not nearly as comfortable. Now that you’ve reported on the difference in comfort (which is, of course, the only reason that you jumped to the floor (jumped, mind you, certainly not fell), you should flock back to the fuzzy blanket.
A book case with empty shelves? I didn’t know that was possible! My book cases are crammed to overflowing.
(I might have a problem, but judging from the previous comments, I doubt I can get many people here to agree with me.)