January 07, 2005

Donde Esta El Llama Roberto?

Light posting today.

Not that I don't have the time. Although the mere mention of it causes our Llama Military Correspondent to start spitting pea soup, I happen to have the day off owing to Your Government's compressed work schedule. Also, owing to a schedule change, the Missus doesn't have the day off. So since she and the Llama-ettes are all off at school, I have the house to myself.

However, since trying to link n' post on the ol' home-based dial-up is somewhat more painful than yanking out my own liver with a pair of pliers sans anesthetic, I won't be doing too much of it. Instead, I've got all sorts of pottering lined up - taking down the Christmas decorations, wandering around the garden making plans for the spring, kicking the cat, etc. But if I have any sudden flashes of brilliance (I'm still working on that Grand Unification Theory thing), I'll be sure to put 'em up.

In the meantime, I may as well warn you now that next week there's going to be a whoooole lot of Gratuitous Domestic Posting (TM) going on here. You see, Llama-ette No. 2 turns five on Monday. And Llama-ette No. 3 turns three on Friday. Corresponding birthday parties will be held this weekend and next. So not only will I be in the mood to wax rhapsodically on my little girls, I'll also be in the mood to blast and damn all the nonsense involved in dealing with their respective celebrations (an indoor pool party this weekend and a children's singer next).

Yip at you later!

Posted by Robert at January 7, 2005 09:34 AM

Happy Birthday to both your Llama-ettes but esepcially to Llama-ette No. 2. We share a birthday but I'm just a little bit older (54-ssh, don't tell anybody).

Posted by: Terry Lynch at January 7, 2005 09:55 AM

A children's singer?

Oh, the potential hilarity...

Posted by: jen at January 7, 2005 09:56 AM

ah, the benefits of full-time government employment . . .

Posted by: LMC at January 7, 2005 10:51 AM

Please enjoy the annoyances of raising three little people. It goes by so quickly and when the last one turns 18 you wonder what the hell just happened...
On the gardening front I received three-three tiered raised beds for Christmas. Solid strawberries in one, tomatoes (brandywine)and beans in another and herbs in the third I think. It's a good day for wandering the garden.

Posted by: babs at January 7, 2005 12:41 PM

Happy birthdays to all Llama-ettes!

Posted by: Fausta at January 8, 2005 02:19 PM
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