Friday, November 5, 2010
"A man's face is his autobiography".
That's a first.
I just thought I'd change it up a bit.
Because I can.
Because that's the kind of blogger I am.
I don't know if I will keep it up because to be honest it's really boring pressing that shift key every two seconds.
But I thought I'd just give it a go for this post only.
As a sort of 'extra' to my blogging every day.
Well here we are almost at the end of the first week.
How's it going for you?
You didn't think I would keep it up did you?
Oh ye of little faith.
But I did actually start before the beginning of the month and so far I'm in a good routine.
I write something every night and then I schedule it to be posted at 6 a.m. the following day.
Now today's post(which of course I'm writing the night before) is a bit of a hodge podge.
I've just finished the ironing and had myself a glass of wine.
Living life on the edge.
But because it's technically not the weekend yet I spritzed that wine with a little something; in case you get the impression I'm over indulging on a week night.
I mean for most people it's NOT the weekend yet, but for me it is because Fridays are my day off.
How great is that?
I have the best job in the world.
I only work four days a week.
Seeing as I'm using capitals and that I thought I'd mention the book above.
Because it's only proper to use capitals for someone's name right?
Keith Richards' autobiography.
I want to read it.
I don't think I'm going to buy it tho'.
I passed the book store the other day with my co-worker.
It was on display in the doorway.
"OOh I want to read that." says I grabbing a copy from the cardboard thingy where Keith's ugly mug was scowling out at us.
"Ugh." my co-worker sneered. "I don't think that will be necessary."
"Why?" says I.
"Because you just have to look at that man's face to see what kind of a life HE's led."
That took the wind out of my sails.
I couldn't disagree.
It's written all over it isn't it?
I'll wait till it's on the reduced shelf in a month or so.
Then I might read this one.
Notice how it says, "The wit and wisdom of Keith Richards"?
I might see if that one's in the library.