Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Wus report

I put in highway miles today. An early-morning community access TV show had me yawning while I drove. 

The day didn't slow down until about 10 minutes ago. I passed a number of photo ops, but the clouds hung low keeping the scenes unphotogenic. So I opted to go the way-back machine and snag a picture from ten years ago this week. I think it's the last time we grew chili peppers.

Although it's only 6:30 p.m., I've removed my contact lenses and put on my pajamas. As I've aged, I've adopted a new mantra – It's never too early to "jama-up." Sure, in my younger years I was a naysayer. I'd fight bedtime like a rabid beast, but I'm no longer among those ranks. 

Call me a wuss if you want but I'll be vegging out soon. I dare y'all to join me.

11 comments:

  1. I'm in with celery and carrots. Not much on hot peppers. Bells are my limit, but I do like the hot ones on my pizza!

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  2. Can't do the early to bed thing myself, but I get it.

    I only grow tomatoes the last couple of years, I don't get many, but I do get a real appreciation and admiration for real farmers.

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  3. This reminds me of my late Dad. He's put on his pajamas at five-thirty every evening.

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  4. Too late, I'm already there! :)

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  5. You're no wuss. Probably quite smart.

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  6. Sleep is blissful. And I am longing for an early night. A house-guest means it won't be a happening thing.
    Enjoy yours.

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  7. I was in bed early last night too. I was in full fatigue mode.
    Those chili peppers are so healthy looking. Beautiful picture...
    Hugs, Julia

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  8. Sounds like you definitely needed an early PJ day. The older I get the more comfort is appreciated.

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  9. Growing peppers is fun. They alsp make a pretty patio plant.
    Lisa

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  10. Jammies are my uniform.

    Love,
    Janie

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  11. I wear my pj's all day unless I'm going out!!

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