I post “Whatever I Think”. But I am sure you all realize that by now. Evidently I am thinking about nothing today. Well, that’s not exactly true. I am thinking about the TV show “LOST” I have the first three seasons on DVD and I started watching them last night. I’ve already seen them when the show was on but I want to do a “LOST” marathon so when the new season starts I will remember all the other episodes. (Remember my bad memory–I do. It’s the only thing I remember with certainty.)
So I have about 66 episodes to watch. The fourth season comes out December 9th and I will watch that before the fifth season starts in January. Am I confusing you?
So I am doing a quick post so I can go grocery shopping, cook supper and then watch “LOST” all night. With Sarah gone I don’t have to pack her breakfast and lunch at night so I get a little break. Sarah, I would rather have you home, though, or at least be in Puerto Rico with you. You abandoned me and left me with the “Three Stooges”. ;-( I love you anyway.
Oh, not only did I watch “LOST” last night but I danced with a French Canadian. But that’s for another post. I bet you’re wondering how I did that last night? Ha! Ha!
I leave you with Maxine and the definition of the word “nothing”. I think the last Maxine might be a knockoff. The signature is different but it’s funny anyway.
Definition of NOTHING:
- Main Entry:
- Middle English, from Old English nān thing, nāthing, from nān no + thing thing — more at none
- before 12th century