But first, Diane Rehm. On her bad NPR show's first hour Friday the guests were Chris Cillizza, Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Major Garrett. Hour two was Elise Labott acting a complete fool along with David Ignatius and Edward McBride.
And I just left this comment on Facebook:
I won't share every Facebook comment but I will share that one. And the messed up link above is to the Third piece Ava, C.I. and I wrote Sunday.
Cedric (my husband) is asleep. He sleeps in on Saturday. I used to. But now I'm working out. I do have diabetes in my family and, as I shared awhile back, a co-worker just had a diabetes health scare. So I'm getting off my lazy butt and working out. Cedric goes walking twice a week with Three Cool Old Guys at their retirement home and he plays basketball with the church kids twice a week. So he gets his time in.
I'm hall walking on my lunch hour at work three times a week and working out (via the phone) on Saturday morning with Mike, Wally and C.I. They're running and I'm walking. Or marching. I did some marching today as well to get more knee movement. I cannot believe they run for an hour. I'm exhausted from walking for that hour and they're running it. Wow.
Cindy Sheehan's got a new post that I just liked on Facebook. This is from her latest:
Okay, I can blog and I can Facebook but I cannot Blog and Facebook and Text. My niece is texting me. She's going to come over in a bit thankfully. One less device to manage.
I'm trying to highlight something from everyone at Facebook.
Okay, I think I got every one. I had to turn off the phone. To stop the texting. When my niece gets here, I'm going to ask her about texting etiquette. If I hadn't turned it off I would have replied again.
But I'd said "Thank you" and she'd said "You're welcome." Do I continue if the conversation had come to a close?
I don't know. Texting's a teenagers thing. I'll have to ask her the rules of it.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"