I wish I could count. I'm supposed to have an I.Q. somewhere in the high 140's and yet I find myself constantly going back and editing, changing, and otherwise modifying published posts because I can't count the number of days since I started Photo365. Maybe it's the ADD. There is the fact that publishing a photo a day means that, for January anyway, the DATE should give me a clue. You'd think .... Wait!! Something shiny !!!
I said the Giants would win. They won. I said the New Orleans would not win. They lost. All of that said, I have no more opinions about playoff football. It's 33 days until pitchers and catchers report. As a Cubs fan, I am steeling myself for a season of re-building, losing, frustration, and unfulfilled expectations. I also expect it to be a lot of fun watching the kids play - the kids they've got now - the kids that will grow into the players they will build around going forward. It's going to be hard - but it's going to be fun.
I really love our Keurig machine. So do my nerves. Does anyone besides me know that people who drink a lot of coffee and people who smoke (I do not) are often self-medicating to beat the symptoms of ADD? Not consciously, I might add - it's just an instinctive response.
The picture, below, is Day 16 of Photo365. Park benches never look more vacant than they do in snow.