1. There was consternation at the apartment this morning: a Desert News was delivered by mistake! As much as I mock the Tribune, it really is the lesser of two evils—and when I had it re-delivered this morning, there was a picture of a kitty in the masthead. You’d never see kitties in the News of Deseret. They are clearly the anti-kitten paper.
2. Did anyone else want to start singing Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” every time someone mentioned the total eclipse of the moon this week?
3. Speaking of music, someone in the next row of cubes at work has been listening to Led Zeppelin at barely-discernible volumes for three weeks straight now. I think Led Zeppelin is a brilliant band, but not when you can just hear snippets of songs repeated throughout the day, every day, for three weeks. I might start screaming along with Robert Plant.
4. And in this week’s report on the coming of spring, there are crocus and tulip and daffodil bulbs coming up in the planters downtown.
“Turn around, bright eyes (Every now and then I fall apart)…and I need you more tonight…I need you more than ever!”
XM channel 59…. All Led Zeppelin all the time!! I don’t see how anyone would want to listen to it for 3 weeks though…