Posted by Doc M on July 26, 2000 at 13:03:07:
In Reply to: Re: A Gathering Memory that NEEDS to be told! posted by Bill R on July 26, 2000 at 11:05:28:
: : Well, under the circumstances, wouldn't your 'jammies' be in a knot?? And speaking of my jammies, they were a rather pleasant little shorts and shirt set, it was just that they lost a little of their appeal when combined with sweater, socks and blanket! And I might say that having seen both Clabert and Miss Kate first thing in the morning, well........they pots, me kettle!!
: OH! You want to talk about MORNING! And how one greets the day?
: Shoot. None of you hold a candle to MY metamorphisis (or would that be mezomorphiness? ) I go through real stages over a period of 2 hours before I am human. Upon rising, I begin with the "Relic" stage ( I want to eat your brain if you say a word to me), then the Neanderthal (all communication done in grunts with low brow and little facial expression), then Cro-Magnon (starting to look and act human, but still pretty violently disagreeable if pushed), to 1500's man (bring my COFFEE woman!),
: to 1900's man (oh, fine then I'll get it MYSELF) to 1950's man (now THIS is a great cup of coffee), to rational man (good morning, gimme a kiss)
: Yup, you can watch the whole evolutionary cycle on a daily basis just by seeing me greet a new day!!!
: Bill R
Now, Doc M has been told, though she can scarce credit it,
that her morning evolution stops at the Neanderthal phase.
I once stayed with a friend who is noted for her morning
cheer. She bounced into Doc M's room and started to tell
her all the things that we were going to do that day.
I was gazing at her with what I thought was a pleasant
expression until she stopped suddenly and said, "Uhhh...
you don't want me to talk anymore, do you?" I shook my
head slowly back and forth. From then on, she just pushed
a mug of coffee into my room every morning with a long
stick, and we got along fine!
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