Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Oh the irony. . .

Fall Allergies.  'Nuff said.  Instead of making the trip to Walgreens today for more Cold/flu/sinus medicnes as I had blogged about planning to do yesterday, I rolled out of bed and went to church.

I remember in college, the praise and worship team from my university was to lead singing at a regional conference.  Rumor has it the one boy rolled out of bed, and walked on stage in what he slept in, never having brushed his teeth, his hair, or the lint off his clothes.

That's pretty much what I felt like tonight.  Everyone should be glad Ididn't show up in jammies.  I did decide it was casual Wednesday and wear my dad's "Trust me I'm a doctor" t-shirt.   (He's been gone four years now.  Unbelievable.)  I pulled my hair back in a ponytail, and took a water bottle, and a bag of Halls Refresh.  (Free after Register Rewards at Walgreens a few weeks back.)  One of my observant friends asked if I wasn't feeling well. 

The worship leader snickered when he saw "Trust me I'm a Doctor" on my long sleeved t-shirt.  This from a boy who wears a t-shirt that has a bride and groom on it, with a ball and chain on the groom's leg and underneath it the words "Game Over".

I'm craving potatoes.  I always want processed potatoes when I'm not feeling well.  I thought about going through the McDonald's drive through after church, but I didn't.  Now I regret it.  Although I don't need the calories, fries would be great.  If we had a McDonald's in my hometown, I'd go out and get some, but the closest McDonalds is 10 miles away, and I'm not going to drive 20 miles for fries.  I'll just take some free allergy medicine and go to bed and dream of the Fry Guys. . .

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