I woke up late this morning. That is something I almost never do and yet I’ve done it twice in a week, Saturday and again this morning. Obviously my body is trying to tell me something. What that something is, I do not know but maybe it’s just telling me I’m tired. I still went running even though I didn’t leave until after 7:30. It was crazy hot and I barely got 3 miles in and that was that. I was done.
I have no idea why I would be so tired since I basically sit on my ass all day but apparently that trip to the mailbox yesterday did me in so I think I’ll take it a little easier today.
I was watching a rerun of The Doctors last week and they told the story of Persis Draper. That’s the lady from Arizona who hit a runner and then drove off. She’s pleading the diarrhea defense. No, really.
I haven’t heard anything else about this story but if anyone knows how that worked out for her, I’d like to know. I really hope she didn’t get off easily just because she had a bout of diarrhea, that would be bullshit, literally.
Have y’all seen that news story about the woman whose child left an ice cream sandwich outside and it didn’t melt? Seriously. A Mom in Cincinnati bought her kids Great Value Ice Cream Sandwiches from Wal-Mart and her son accidentally left one of them outside in 80 degree weather for 12 hours. Imagine her surprise when she found it and it HADN’T melted!
A disc jockey at a radio station in Sioux Falls, Idaho was so stunned by this report that he did his own test and here are the video results:
Well, when I heard this I wasn’t too shocked but then I heard about the MacDonald’s hamburger….
FIFTEEN YEARS OLD!
You can read the story about it here.
If you weren’t a little concerned about the preservatives and additives that the food industry uses before, maybe these two stories will give you some new prospective. They have for me.
Lastly my Mom is in St. Simon’s Island, Georgia with my brother and his family this week. They’re having a blast and she sent me a picture of the beach where they’ve been swimming every day.
A shark! They feed every morning and my brother went down there and snapped the picture. I wanted to share it with you and remind any of you who may be visiting the beach this summer to never swim at dusk or dawn. That is time that most sharks feed and the most likely time to be bitten, so please, be careful!
Okay, it’s your turn, tell me your WTF it’s Wednesday story….