Good Morning, peeps! Happy Thursday! It's 58 degrees outside! With sun! Of course, the beginning of good weather also means more people yelling and cursing next to my window.
Feline companions finished their morning routine of eating, drinking, whining, running, and generally entertaining us, and are now peacefully snoozing on my bed.
Yesterday saw someone handling new book by Allen West - interesting scene there, what can I say.
Currently trending at #4 is Doris Day - who is "90 and looking great". Happy Birthday, Doris! Love your movies!
Trending at #7 is Jon Cryer - who is "writing a 'candid' memoir". So, the speculation is rampant as to what he is going to say about Charlie Sheen - who gives a damn one way or the other?
Miley Cyrus is at # 6 - because fans morn the passing of her dog. Poor dog!
There is also a whole discussion about her "fabulous" home, which includes a toilet worth a whopping 10 Gs!
"Newton-John rocks leather 36 years after 'Grease'" - great accomplishment!
"Teens who are larger than size 16 who want to look 'a little more sexy' are stuck dressing like 'grandmothers'" - welcome to the world, girls, where, unless you drastically lower your size, you will always be second class citizens (especially when it comes to the garment industry).
The Queen met the current Pope for the first time (he was the fifth Pope she has met). I wonder if she told him how he compared with his predecessors.
"Americans are workaholics" - well, duh!! That's why we have such decent quality of life. Of course, our current administration is doing everything in its power to punish the productive, rob them, and redistribute the fruits of their labor.
"A pair of stolen masterpiece paintings valued at $50 million have been recovered after being bought at an auction for $25 and hung in an auto worker's kitchen for years.... They were stolen from the home of a British couple in 1970.
An unnamed Fiat employee, described by police as a "lover of art," bought the two paintings in an auction of items left in the lost and found department of the national railway. The paintings were reportedly left behind on a train from Paris to Turin and were never claimed. Railway authorities put them up for auction in 1975." - WOW! What kind of moronic thief stole the paintings and left them on the train?!!
"Turkey lifting Twitter ban" - how magnanimous of them!
And, finally, Georgie will accompany his parents on the visit to the nursery in New Zealand - of course, neither hosts nor guest will truly feel the class and social distinction in this case.
Coffee this morning in my glass mug from Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.