24 January 2010

Out and lazy

I'm not a stay-at-home person. I just can't do it. I feel like the day is wasted if I hang around. I can't nap. I can get lost in front of my computer. I'd rather do that at a Starbucks or Borders. So I'm at Starbucks. It's quite a busy place on this wet and cold Sunday. At one point I counted 25 people here. It really is a community hangout. All that's missing is a fireplace.

Thought I'd post this catchy rap about the Washington Capitols. The Cap Rap. My nephew Ryan grew up with the creator and actor and has a small part in it. He's the bald guy in the suit. It's a bald 'wig'. I didn't even recognize him. If you watch it, put it on pause first so it can buffer a little.



I think it's time to get my lazy self up and about. Go home an watch some TV. What a life.

7 comments:

Leann said...

I am a home body. I would rather be there than anywhere. Probably because I am out all day every day and my mental issues. :-) Hope you enjoyed the rest of your day.

forsythia said...

I'm a home body, too. A friend of ours told us his dad always said, "Let's get this show on the road, because the sooner we get going, the sooner we can get home." My sentiments exactly.

Moohaa said...

I've missed you! I love your new layout. So much to catch up on. Hope you are doing well!

Jamie said...

I think your life suits you, perfectly. You have such a calm, quiet, happy outlook on everything and that speaks volumes. I love it. Yep, all that was needed in your setting was the fireplace. I know you are at starbucks, but does Caribou have one? The Caribou by me does. It's beautiful. I prefer their coffee, too. Hugs, friend.

Seth M. Ward said...

I posted it first:P

KathyA said...

I love staying home! Every once in a while it's good to get out, but nothing is more comforting to me than spending time in my own house or yard!

Anonymous said...

Cute. Is he friendly with the team or was it just for the video? We've gone to the practice at Kettler a couple of times this season. They are just a few inches away on the other side of the plexiglass. It's like an out of body experience. Lisa

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