Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Ugh
Lack of posting is due to my feeling like warmed over poo. Not warmed over death, just warmed over poo. Whatever I'm going through isn't killing me but it is lingering. It pains me to post this inconsequential info but I haven't been able to come up with any biting and trenchant observations or even pop some corn for humor.
I'll be back to the keyboard in a more interesting way shortly. I appreciate your attention while I muddle through.
One thing I can suggest though - If you haven't watched the latest episode of "Glee," called "Home," hie thee to Hulu to do so. Kristin Chenoweth and Matthew Morrison have a duet of "One Less Bell to Answer" that is absolutely amazing. Then again, that a voice like that can come out of a tiny little sprite like Kristin, not much more in music is more amazing. That little babe can belt it out. Yeah, "babe." I said it.

4 comments:

Gradual Dazzle said...

A truly wonderful episode for musical numbers, I have to say. I still have that exact song running through my head right this very moment. Chenoweth really does have an amazing singing voice (I'm not particularly fond of her speaking voice).

Wil said...

Sorry to hear you're "under the weather." Sounds like a case of Spring Malaise. I strongly recommend a nice bottle of Jamieson's and some strong, black coffee with chicory as an accompaniment. Maybe so biscotti chocolate chip cookies, too.

BlogDog said...

I need a doctor to prescribe an extended period of hot tub treatments so I can deduct the cost of the whirly-pool spa as a medical expense. But the coffee - oh yeah, that's a superb idea. (scuttling off to the kitchen)

Gradual Dazzle said...

As a cold often does, my Spring Malaise has arrived incrementally throughout the day today. I feel like complete shiat this evening... raw sinuses, plus a few of the Other Dwarves (Achy, Drippy and Crabby). I took some naproxen in hopes of eliminating Achy's presence, thereby perhaps chasing away Crabby as well. I hate-hate-hate a spring cold. It's so unfair.