Land sakes! It's hot out there. It was so hot (How hot was it?). It was so hot the security guard outside the Bank of America was standing inside. It was so hot, I saw a very nearly naked girl on the corner of Willoughby and Seward. It was dusk and she was crouched down but I did not see a stitch of clothes save a pair of ankle boots and some feathers in her hair. And I didn't judge her because--it was that hot.
Anywho, what have I been up to, you ask? A whole lot of nothing and some knitting. Oh, sure, there was work and a Saturday meeting, but I've been diligently working on a mask for my pal, Sergio, which I will proudly display here sometime this weekend. I'm that close.
I found this humorous. This is the sign on the freezer door of our office fridge. You can't really read it but it says "When frost builds to 1/8" , please defrost. Failure to do so may interfere with movement of freezer door." Interfere? Or perhaps cause the door to fall off completely and lie on top of the microwave.But in the door's defense, this is way more than 1/8" of frost.On the way home I stopped at CVS for some beauty supplies and picked up some delicious Swiss Orange Sherbet. It's like those chocolate oranges they sell at Christmas time or the chocolate covered oranges in an Edible Arrangements bouquet. It's orange sherbet with chocolate chips. Sooooo good. I do love me some sherbet.