Thursday, January 29, 2009

Short Days

These gloomy days of winter are really sapping me of energy. After giving up both coffee and cigarettes, the only thing I have to cling to in the morning is the sun's light, and we haven't been getting much of that around here lately. Plus, there's the added frustration of the SE Tennessee "winter": either cold or precipitation, but never both, so we get bone-chilling, gray rainy days or (rare) sunny days that are too damn cold to be useful to anyone. It sure would give me a thrill to have a snow day -- a real snow day, with some accumulation on the ground, and not just the masses freaking out (how much milk and bread do you need, people?!?) because it might snow.

But anyway, instead of continuing to whine about the global warming (when is Al Gore going to turn it off already?!?), I'll leave you to check this out. These people are most clearly not suffering from a lack of vigor.


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3 comments:

June said...

Oh for the days of being able to move so fluidly...

bill said...

I almost cracked a rib from laughing the first time I saw that clip from "Scrubs." That whole plot line was brilliant.

alice said...

That episode was on last night, which prompted me to track down the clip and append it to the post. Brilliant stuff. Donald Faison never ceases to amaze.