Either Dr. Morell has seriously upped the Zoloft, or Bessie mixed up the decaf with the regular again. Any way you look at it, I spent the day in a really good mood, with more energy than I've felt in a long time. It was just one of those days when I decided not to be a poopy-pants and start changing my attitude. So I took off my helmet and climbed up to the top shelf of the closet to get my record collection.
Actually, I haven't bought a record in decades. In fact, I don't really own any records. I still have my eight track tapes from when I was in college. Boy, did those bring back memories! Most people don't know it, but at one time, I could really boogie down with the best of them. I'd get out there on the disco floor
Bessie plugged in the eight track and I immediately started dancing to "Rock the Boat," by the Hues Corporation. I had the best moves on that one. The one advantage of being bottom-heavy is that it gets a lot of attention when you swing it out there under the lights. To this day, I'm sure that's how I began attracting the
I spent most of the afternoon dancing around my
Woke up in time for breakfast, though. We had pancakes.