Thursday, February 22, 2007

Random Happenings of Late

Winter has finally returned to Central Oregon. Snow is even falling in town today. Unfortunately, some poor scheduling on my part has me stranded at home while my truck has its weary rear shocks replaced today. But I did get two great days on the mountain this week. I hadn't ridden in powder for over a month so I felt like a rusty gate at first, but I eventually got my form back.

On a sad note, my ever-comfortable and dear to my heart, inflatable mattress has sprung a slow leak. The leak developed while I enjoyed myself in Eugene. I naively hoped that it simply needed more air. The condition of the bed has deteriorated to the point that I have to pump it up every couple of nights. I'm hoping that there isn't a huge flood during a night which the pressure is low. This could seriously hinder my escape to higher ground while snug in my bed.

Some people put on two different color socks in the morning. I can't recall doing this in years. Apparently I was saving up for a bigger faux-pas. I put on two different colored shoes. Granted they are the same model of shoe, just different colors. I didn't notice my mistake until I returned home from running errands all morning.
Also a big shout out to Trust in Steel for joining the world of blogs. The web needs a good enforcer.

3 comments:

Brian said...

The bed is an easy fix. Simply take your leaky bed to the nearest walmart and inform the obese return lady that you would like to exchange it for a new one because the valve is malfunctioning and doesn't hold air. She will tell you to go pick a new one and will exchange it for you, no receipt needed. This has worked for me twice in the past, in fact I exchanged mine last weekend!

Matto said...

I was going to bring my leaky bed to Moscow with me and secretely change it out with your good one, but I guess I will just take it to Wal-fart and get a new one.

matthew said...

Am I posting? I guess my computer magically made an account for me. I have a brown shoe like that if you want to do some more mixing and matching...