When I'm at home, I'll think, "OK, next time I'm at the store I need this and that and a new whats-it."
Then I go to the store, walk in and think, "What am I here for?"
I try to write lists, but sometimes, I think of something and by the time I made it to the kitchen where my pen and paper are, I've forgotten. My brain is like mush.
It goes the same with my blog. I think of terribly clever things to talk about, but by the time I sit down at the computer, I've forgotten them. Mushy, mushy, mushy brain.
Today I unpacked the girls room and I put away all the bathroom stuff. That was fun, let me tell you.
Something I found amusing while driving across America last week:
The year 2012 is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. A reason to celebrate, right? I heard about a company that is charging $8000 for people to go on a cruise ship and re-enact the Titanic experience. How many people are jumping to be first in line for that? Then, as we were driving through (I think) Tennessee, I saw a large billboard. Now, I was passing it at 73mph, so I only caught a quick glance, but this is what I saw:
A woman dressed in a maid outfit with a huge smile on her face. She is holding one arm up in the air as if to say, "Come on in! Welcome!" Behind the smiling maid is a large black ocean liner. The billboard says, "The Titanic, a family experience."
Words failed me. I laughed. I had to. What else are you suppose to do when you see something this ridiculous? Any thoughts on "The Titanic, a family experience?"
To top it all off, why is the family Titanic experience in Tennessee? I don't think they launched the Titanic from there. I mean, unless they sent it sailing down the Mississippi River first. So, why Tennessee?
I would be most interested in any insight you might have.
OK, I found a link to the Tennessee Titanic enthusiasits historical family fun website: http://titanicpigeonforge.com/ You can see the maid with her arm up welcoming you to the Titanic!