Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Summer is officially here, I guess...

Here we are past Memorial Day, so I guess Winter is officially over. Someone just needs to tell the Cleveland Cavaliers, with the exception of Lebron James, that basketball season isn't over. But being a life long Cleveland sports fan, I won't accept the fact that there is a championship major league team in town until the people start celebrating by doing some real stupid things.

I'm hoping that I have a productive summer. I have been working on totally rearranging my office, hoping that the change of surroundings means a more productive Cliff. I'm hoping to do some of the same in my home.

I'm in the thinking stage of my coming Sunday Musing and the thoughts are in regards to newspapers.

And thank you to those who reacted to my disparaging remarks on my Facebook page the past few days. On another note, my brother Allen called me yesterday and we talked for a few minutes.

Have a great day. And look for less "classic" posts in the next few days.

7 comments:

Mike Golch said...

Great post,Oh by the way I tagged you for ameme,I hope that you will play along.

Karen said...

I love to rearrange things, it always gives me new perspective. It makes everything seem new and exciting again. Hope Allen is doing OK.

clean and crazy said...

i have been working on eliminating clutter, let me know how productive you get and if you come up with some clutter busting ideas please, do share. i will continue to work in my thriving garden i am already enjoying my fresh cilantro!!

Margaret said...

You'd better post that newspaper musing soon- They're dropping like flies. Soon they'll all go the way of the dinosaur..

Ben said...

I did the same thing at work. It helps for a while, I think, at least until things start piling up again. I suppose the trick is to not let them pile up.

Syd said...

You sound good. It's still not quite summer here but it's coming. People are wearing white so I guess that means something.

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

LOVE Summer.... something about it always gets me fired up, every year. Maybe it's the memories of being a kid and having those 3 months off. Boy, those were the days, huh? :)