Lloyd stayed home from school again on Tuesday. His fever had broken sometime during the night, which once again meant that he drenched the bed in sweat. (Ew.) We’ve been sleeping separately for some time (Brad, I confiscated your bed for it’s ability to be tipped at an extreme angle. Future post.), so at least I wasn’t bothered by it.
When I got home after a meeting tonight, the lump on the sofa handed me an envelope covered with chicken scratches.
“I wrote you a post,” it mumbled.
“What’s this?” I asked as I sprayed it with Lysol.
“The things I’ve learned from daytime television.”
Well, after deciphering the scribbles, I’ve decided he’s right – this needs to be shared with the world.
Lots of people have structured settlements or annuities that they need to turn into cash.
Every insurance company is cheaper than every other.
There are many law firms ready to help me if I have any of a number of medical complications at no cost to me.
Gears of War 3 comes with its own special edition Playstation or maybe X-box.
Campbell’s Soup may be poured over potatoes.
AllState Insurance is affordable if you eat ramen noodles every night.
Alex Trebek and the AARP do not agree on where I should get my Medicare supplement plan.
There are probably raccoons in my attic.
The Waltons are on at least 4 times daily.
He needs to get back to school before his brain turns to mush.