Yesterday was Chris’s birthday. We went to the Schlafly Tap Room to meet up with some friends and have some beers.
I wanted to get a picture of Chris.
Me, recreating his pose. I think I succeeded and indeed, made it even creepier. Anyway, it was a low key night and we enjoyed ourselves.
Before we left the house…
The cat loves lying on her back and she looks completely ridiculous when she does so.
This part of her personality hasn’t changed since she was a wee little kitty, though luckily my furniture has been slightly upgraded.
I was reading Runner’s World Magazine (I’m not sure why I am still a subscriber but it sometimes seems exceedingly difficult to stop getting magazines) and found this interesting tidbit:
Mike (my trainer) and I often have discussions about my hearing. He is a low-talker, we are often in a room with lots of ambient noise and I often have to ask him to repeat himself. He claims none of his other clients have that problem. I don’t know.
Maybe I am a little hard of hearing, or maybe his other clients don’t want to make a big deal about the fact that he should talk louder. When I showed him that, he thought it was one of the most ridiculous “facts” ever and asked where I get this stuff? (Which implied that I am a constant fount of bad studies and incorrect information…?)
Sometimes it’s hard to know how to end a post. I shouldn’t just end every post with a picture of my cat judging you or giving you a sad look, should I? Did you know that “sad cat” is one of the number one searches for my blog?