Did I continue my cleaning today? No... my back/hip is still messed up.
Dang, maybe tomorrow though, it isn't a huge job, and the pain is starting to ease off now.
Fuzzy came home from school early today, with a headache and a stomach ache, but after eating some crackers, he was feeling much better! I think it is allergies. He is on meds already, but you can still feel crappy from it, as I am sure that many of you know!
Russ made my day today by sending me a really cute website! Some of you may be familiar with the internet blog craze to put up pictures of cats with misspelled captions (because, they are cats after all, and have to spell phonetically)
I didn't know there was a whole website dedicated to it with pictures! I was laughing my butt off!
Here is the website: I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER?
I am going to share one with you, that my Hammer will just love.
There is a quantum physics principle of uncertainty that is explained by Schroedinger's Cat in a Box.
You see, subatomic particles exist as waves (energy) and as particles (matter) simultaneously until they are observed. Once observed, the particle chooses to be in one state or another in an act of randomness.
To explain this to people confused by this principle, Schroedinger put a cat in a box with a container of poison. The container had a 50/50 chance of breaking and killing the cat or not breaking and the cat is alive. After putting the cat into the box and closing it, in 5 minutes you could not know if the cat was dead or alive, and wouldn't know until the observation was made. (he didn't actually kill any cats, fyi)
So, therefore, the cat was both, dead and alive, at the same time, since the likelyhood of either was the same.
ANYHOW, after that simple lesson in quantum physics, here is the funny cartoon that is on the website Russ sent me!
Okay, I know, probably not as hysterical to most as it is to me and Hammer, but hey... everyone is different! LOL
And, I had a half of vicodin at noon.
Pumpkin had her end of the year Girl Scouts party today at a rock wall climbing place. I can't wait until she gets home to hear all about it! She did the same thing last year and loved it!