Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Five days to go until Shanghai

Not counting today and next Tuesday. Big Daddy talked to the Japan dude and I should be ok transferring in Narita. There are Sky Clubs in the terminal and worst comes to worst I can pretend to eat Sushi.

My new suitcase, Briggs and Riley on sale, arrived and I am continuing to pack. Shoes are going to be the problem. Just hate deciding what can I take and what do I need to say goodbye to. I just do not believe that I can buy real clothes and things that I can afford are in China. Or Hong Kong. If I was a guy I could just get shirts made and be happy.

Did last minute shopping as for some reason all the websites were down this holiday weekend and had to pay way to much for the last minute items. Bras. The world revolves around bras for women with breasts. If one more flat chested bitch tells me about buying 7 dollar bras at Target I am going to scream. Scotch tape should work for them. Bought La Mystere, Fantasie and Chantelle.

Flame furnace cancelled the air conditioner check as the 40 mile an hour moving storms were not conducive to wandering about the yard. They are coming Monday. And Punkin Head will be at work and not see the program. Oh well. Got the permit to redo the shingles on the garage as I finally got the IRS refund. You get lots of money back when you don't work half the year and get canned. They did reject part of Big Daddy's college tho. Guess they really aren't all that serious about re-training and upgrading your education. And that is why Big Daddy is in China.

Teeth update. This year to date; 4 new crowns, 1 filling, 1 extraction (same tooth as filling), 1 surgical stent, 1 implant surgery (to be continued) and 1 rejected spacer. Spacer being remade and will be placed Thursday or Monday. Had to have the bite adjusted again on Tuesday. I am hopeful I don't need to fly home for emergency dental work.

New life: living with cats. Cats are strange. They do not like to be held. They like to be petted but only if you reach across 3 feet. They like to play hard to get.

1 comment:

  1. My first encounter with chopsticks was in Narita. Every time, I'd look up in hope that no one saw the sushi twist off the sticks, I'd see five heads in the process of looking away from me. I quickly became the most exciting thing that happened in an otherwise boring aircraft wait. They seved eel as a main course on the plane. Did not come with complimentary barf bag.

    Don't know why they call it dental practice. They should call it the dental business.