Good morning from the Cluckin’ “A” Critter Farm…..and a frosty one it is! It’s not that I hate the frost or the chilly (20 degrees) temperatures, but it is a bleak reminder of what’s to come, and coming fast! We still have lots to do to be ready for this cold weather, but today we throw caution and readiness to the wind and head to Rhinebeck…… peddling along route 9 to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds for the New York Sheep & Wool Festival. Lots to see….lots to do….lots to take pictures of! Watch later…..
I told you yesterday about receiving a comical joke type email from Bill yesterday about my everyday condition……remember?
Well, Bill sent a second more technical explanation of the disease that afflicts me. Here is his email in it’s entirety so you can read it and then tell me if any of you suffer from the same thing.
A.A.A.D.D. (age activated attention deficit disorder) affects millions of workers over 50 years of age all across the country. It is the advanced stage of C.R.S. (can’t remember stuff) which affects people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds, but mainly those with DNA predisposition towards S.S.M. (significant senior momentitis) or B.S.Z. ( blank stare zoning). If left unchecked , the condition could fester into P.B.F.R.C. (proper bodily function release challenged) which not only is embarrassing ,but could be highly uncomfortable. Once proper treatment is applied , sufferers of these may lead semi-normal lives , unless they forget altogether to apply the proper treatment methods. For some advanced sufferers medication is recommended. Medication side effects may be memory loss, hardware store meandering , poor spelling, inability of focus, failure to find proper festival parking, vertigo, nausea and even in some cases incapacity to remember important dates or where you put stuff. If you experience one or more of these symptoms please contact your local Chinese take-out restaurant…… Oh , look a Butterfly……
Perhaps he suffers from something also…. I just haven’t put my finger on it yet.