Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Everything is Fine...

I could'a sworn the Cap'n said "port"...
After three nights suffering from NES*, I am fit to be tied.

I feel like I've been run onto the rocks...

Rode hard and put away wet...

- Insert your own euphemism/phrase for being very tired/exhausted here -

That's all I have right now...

Oh heck, why not?

Here's an airplane!


Ya never know, this could well be a preview of things to come. Round about Friday or so...


* NES = Not enough sleep
Oh, and 25 Shrute bucks to the reader who can identify the ship and the circumstances in the lead-in photo!

12 comments:

  1. Glenesslin 1913, Oregon coast... :-) And yeah, I know about NES syndrome... sigh...

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    1. You nailed it Cajun.

      Ah yes, NES. An old acquaintance, I wish he'd hang out somewhere else!

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    2. I served with a guy from Nehalem, OR so I'd seen the picture before. His grandfather had something to do with getting the people off. I remembered it because it was so striking with the sails still set!

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    3. I know what you mean about the sails. That's what caught my eye about the photo.

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  2. The wreck of the Hesperus? I have no idea. I just know My Mom used to tell me, every so often after I was out playing, that I looked like said wreck, so I figured I'd take a shot. Get some sleep!

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    1. I like your answer, but the Old NFO got it right.

      Sad wreck, I'm guessing you know exactly what I mean. (Amazing how smart our Moms are...)

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  3. A P-38 covers a multitude of sins. Go forth in good standing, sir.

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    1. Thought that would keep the multitude content for a day or so. (Of course now I have to deliver!)

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  4. I'm not one to flog products of any sort but this stuff has worked for me. I still take it, mainly coz I find it gives me some pretty entertaining dreams. Nothing to fear, just good solid entertainment. ;-)

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    1. Heh. Sounds like Chantix. The dreams started out weird and then got, as you said, "entertaining".

      I may give that stuff a shot if it gets worse. For me this sort of thing is cyclical.

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  5. Sorry I'm not much help. Work and home is ganging up on me and to top it all off, my mother-in-law arrives tomorrow. I'll put some mediocre effort into my creative writing at some point soon.

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    1. Don't worry about it Tuna. I've got material, just finding the time to properly write it up has proved challenging lately.

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