Poor Biff’s Almanac — My Weekend So Far

Poor Biff's Almanac Graphic (Colored) #1

It was a quiet Saturday here in Biffville (a suburb of Dallas).

Weekends always start Friday evening with such promise, optimism, and hope.   However, those things evaporate like morning dew as soon as the rising sun hits them on Saturday morning.  Not long after staggering out of bed and towards the coffee maker, it becomes apparent that there will not be much in the way of progress or accomplishment this day.   Gone is the big dream of finally cleaning out the attic, replaced by the more attainable dream of having both eyes open at the same time and pointing in generally the same direction.

Coffee restores a little bit of my Friday evening optimism, but not much.  My dreams of writing prolifically throughout the weekend are put on hold while, instead, I attend to such mundane tasks as laundry, vacuuming, grocery shopping, getting a haircut, talking to various people on the phone, and filling up the car with gas.

Eventually, Saturday evening rolls around and I can finally sit down at the keyboard.  I stare at it for upwards of 30 minutes, trying to remember what exactly it was that just yesterday evening  seemed like such a brilliant idea for a blog post.

Perhaps I should have written it down.

But that doesn’t work either.

I have received cryptic notes from myself before that I stared at like an Egyptologist who was the first to set eyes on hieroglyphs.  I scratch my head as I read cryptic words that are the equivalent of a bird with a cat’s head.  Alligator body with a dog’s head?  Koala on a pogo stick?  A wheel of cheese on an escalator?  What the hell was I trying to tell myself?  If only I could decipher it, I might perchance get a blog post out of it.

But it is too late.  My energy and enthusiasm of Friday night has dissipated into a sort of inert lump of lethargy.

And that’s where blog posts like this one come from.



    • You’re welcome … and thank for the compliment!

      I can either make my weekends sound funny … or report them accurately and show everyone how pathetic they really are. Lol! The funny way makes me smile more, so I go with that method.

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  1. See, great bloggers are those who can entertain you by telling you they don’t have a dang thing to say.

    You just did that… I rest my case, your honor! 🙂

    Have a great end-of-weekend!! xx

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      • My weekend is quite on the busy side, actually, working from 2pm to midnight, but I am looking forward to my day off on Monday 🙂

        I honestly don’t think there is anything you could learn from me 😉 But I will take the compliment with great pleasure, since every pat on the back is welcome! xx


        • Yes, having Monday off would be nice, though working 2 to midnight sounds like it might be a bit disruptive to sleeping habits!

          And I’ve always found that there are always things we can learn from others, because everyone has different experiences and different insights and different ways of looking at things.

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