Saturday, April 13, 2013

Lazy


'L' is for Lazy


54 comments:

  1. Lazy days are the best. Unless you have something you really need to do.

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    1. Posts are written and on delay.
      I could work in the yard, though.
      Or, I could take a nap.
      Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  2. Hey Penwasser, wake up. Your Couch is outside. ;)

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    1. And next to a dumpster. I actually have a few pictures on me sitting/laying on outdoor furniture.

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  3. Good Lord, Al, isn't this a bit TOO succinct? I mean, yesterday was a replay, and today's a picture? Oh, well, hell, it is Saturday. Have a nice nap!

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    1. Hey, you're right. Yesterday WAS a replay. Hopefully, you'll like Monday's post. It's a whole lotta M's.

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  4. LOL a toilet and now a couch, do you live on the curb?

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    1. Every time I pass something that someone is throwing away, I want a picture of me on it. This kind of stuff drives Mrs. Penwasser crazy.

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    2. And what do the people think we are throwing it away?

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  5. Beautifully written Al. Such mastery of the story too!

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    1. I had trouble with the plot.
      And getting those squirrels out of the cushions.

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  6. Lazy days have a way of rejuvenating like nothing else.

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    1. Funny, the frikkin' sky opened up a couple minutes after I shot this picture. Good thing Mrs. Penwasser let me come back inside.

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    1. And restful.
      Except for the aforementioned squirrels.

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  8. nothing like a lazy saturday

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    1. And, once summer vacation starts, it will be a seven day a week affair.

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  9. That it is ! Lazy is me most of the time- between a rock and a hard place

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    1. A few pillows and that rock is pretty comfortable.

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  10. I feel like standing up to applaud this Al, absolutely magnificent.

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    1. Please be quiet, though. Elderly man napping.

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  11. First your toilet is outside, now a couch. What's next?

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  12. I figured the Missus would throw you out after a while!

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  13. You don't look lazy, just far too comfortable.

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  14. Love it! I wish I could be lazy. Not going to happen though.

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    1. My kids are gone away at college.
      Although that fact saddens me, it does give me a chance to lay around.

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  15. What the L. Well done, my friend. I was almost too lazy to comment on your post in this, the amazing challenge that brings further awareness of the alphabet.

    Gary :)

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    1. Posting a "I'm too lazy to comment" comment.
      Now THAT'S funny!

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  16. OMG... This is the best L ever!

    I'm sad I didn't think of it!!

    Hugs!

    Valerie

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    1. I kinda feel bad that CW called me on posting only a picture which followed a repost. Thank goodness there'll be no such monkeyshines for the rest of the challenge (although 'O' will be the only-nearly-completely serious post).

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  17. ' a picture is worth a thousand words'....

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    1. And goodness knows, I could rattle off a thousand.

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    2. And goodness knows, you usually do!!

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    1. And it's comfy, too. Gives me the strength to complete part II of the challenge.

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  19. I love having one lazy day a week. Helps me to survive the rest of the week... LOL

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    1. It gives me a chance to putter around the yard. Which I usually blow off.

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  20. Gosh, I know the feeling! It's Sunday and I'm back to work tomorrow, but gosh I have loved my lazy weekend.

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    1. I love Saturday. As far as Sunday, I'm preoccupied with the fact that tomorrow is Monday. Then, it's Monday. No sense elaborating on that. But, before you know it...it's Friday! Which is followed by Saturday. Then...Sunday.
      Oh, eff.

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    1. That's how they rolled in the Dark Ages.
      Well, that and running away from Huns.

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    1. That's me, all weekend, every weekend.

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  23. I look forward to M for Mrs. Penwasser.
    What did you do now?

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    1. M for Mrs. Penwasser.
      Oooooh, while that would be very intriguing, that's trouble I do not care to pursue.
      There'll be a picture of a transvestite, though.

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  24. Alrighty Al... I'm starting to worry - first your toilet is out of the house then I see you lazily lounging lengthwise on your not-so-long sofa, with one leg up... what am I to think!! Have you lost your living room walls too? I'm longing for loose ends to be tied as I feel lost in limbo...

    Someone had to ask! Seems the task fell to me! :P (you know, quelling the queries to stem loose lips)

    Jenny @ PEARSON REPORT

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    1. The economy's in rough shape. I'm still waiting for a check from Blogger. Should I be worried?

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    2. Yes! hahaha

      I'm glad you don't have ads on your site! Me no likey ads - no, no!

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  25. Looks like you're getting kicked to the curb quite often:)

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  26. We are in the process of removing the entire contents of someone's life and putting it in the dumpster, as my parents just purchased a short sale house. All that to say, if you're looking for a fridge, oven, dresser, or really groovy 1985 waterbed to add to your collection of lawn ornaments.... I got you covered.

    Although it could be a bit more work than you're up for getting from here to PA. Perhaps we could drop it by when we swing by your neck of the woods in May...

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  27. My goodness, you are lazy. You didn't even put socks on.

    xoRobyn

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