Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis
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Pie ala vaccine?

ljtourist turned up in my neighborhood yesterday afternoon and pinged me for coffee. It was great to catch up and always fun to visit. He told me about a new pie store which lists Lemon Chess Pie as one of its staples. Lemon Chess Pie is one of my all time favorite desserts and unknown in these parts even by pie aficionados. And this pie place has tarts. Pies for single people. So, now I have to go find/investigate this new pie place.

My immediate plan was to go today when I go out to get my shingles vaccine. Only then jwg chimes in that his doctor suggested he old off on the new one cause of some problems. This caused me to google it (which I should have done anyway) and, while I can't really find problems, I did find arm hurty. When I got my original shingles vaccine - now known as the old one - no one warned me about arm hurty and OUCH. And ITCH. This new stuff sounds way more severe. And I'm not sure I'm up for it. Plus problems.

So... pie with no shot? Probably.

The game last night was great and my losing streak has ended. Yahoo! It was sad without Ichiro but every time his photo came up on the big screen, he got a resounding cheer from the crowd. ALSO, I learned that the couple to my left are Erica and Julie. They have the same 20 game pack that I do so we've got a lot more bonding to do. The seats on my right - 3 of them - are casino tickets handed out for winning stuff. Last night they went to an odd but nice couple and their friend. My next game is on the 15th.

This morning I woke up to a really disconcerting email from my brother saying he was in the hospital. An email yesterday said he was recovering from some nasty virus or something but then last night it went bad again and he went to the ER. The hospital is so germy. I hope gets out of there soon.

In addition to pie, today also needs to be laundry day and sheet changing day. And I need to go in and clear some songs off my swim player's playlist. So many songs from the 50's and 60's sound wonderful to my ears until I really listen to the lyrics with those same, now 2018, ears. We made some really offensive stuff popular bac in the "good old days". This one - clearly an old folk song from way back - was all over the airwaves and on record players across the country when I was a teenager. I've known all the words since forever. And never really heard them before. I have now and that song and some of the other bro music needs to be weeded out.

Kingston Trio

I had a sister Sally, she was younger than I am
Had so many sweethearts, she had to deny them
But as for sister Sarah, you know she hasn't many
And if you knew her heart, she'd grateful for any

Come a lands man, a pins man, a tinker or a tailor; doctor, a lawyer, soldier, or sailor
A rich man, a poor man, a fool or a witty, don't let her die an old maid but take her out of pity

We had a sister Sally, she was ugly and misshapen
By the time she was sixteen years old she was taken
By the time she was eighteen, a son and a daughter
Sarah's almost twenty-nine, never had an offer

Come a lands man, a pins man, a tinker or a tailor; doctor, a lawyer, soldier, or sailor
A rich man, a poor man, a fool or a witty, don't let her die an old maid but take her out of pity

She never would be scoldin'. She never would be jealous
Her husband would have money to go to the alehouse
He was there a-spendin'. She'd be home a-savin'
And I leave it up to you if she is not worth havin'

Come a lands man, a pins man, a tinker or a tailor; doctor, a lawyer, soldier, or sailor
A rich man, a poor man, a fool or a witty, don't let her die an old maid but take her out of pity


(I was telling Frank about this yesterday and twisted up some of the offense but even when I untwist it, I can't stand to hear it. Off it goes.)
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