Floofie and the Dreamers

Floofie and the Dreamers (floofinition) – Flooflish floof pop (floop) musical band. Formed in the early 1960s, they achieved multiple hits between 1963 and 1965, remaining active until 2000.

In use: “When thinking of Floofie and the Dreamers, the songs “I’m Biting You Now” and “You Were Supposed to Feed Me” often come to mind.

Chairfloof

Chairfloof (floofinition) – The presiding animal of a meeting, organization, committee, or event; the motherfloof who’s in charge (MFWIC).

In use: “She may have been the smallest animal, a mere nine-pound cat among a pack of dogs, but she’d become the chairfloof; they followed her lead.”

Tuesday’s Theme Song

I was thinking about change. Part of this came as I watched NFL quarterback Tom Brady and wondered whether his skill sets and strengths are in decline. Part also came as I watched various politicians make statements.

Change comes. Some of the changes forced onto your body by nature and circumstance can’t be resisted. But damn we try. Some of us remember staying up late partying and studying, rushing to work, and then doing it all again. We remember thinking, “I’ll go for a run,” and taking off for three miles, letting the sweat pour out. The blaze of intensity of what we were fades until what we are flickers and sputters.

Gave me a chuckle, pondering those things. I know some who also shrug at being seventy and eighty. You’d never know their true age. Seems like it’s another spin of fates wheel, which way you’ll come out.

From all those morning mental maundering came a song about change and what was, Coldplay’s 2002 wistful tune, “The Scientist”.

Wear a mask, stay positive, and test negative. Cheers

The Waiting

December is upon us as I wait

for spring to begin (it might come late).

Winter is nigh, as I dig in,

waiting for summer to come and begin.

The year is closing as I start this day,

hoping for change, trying to make a play.

December is upon us, and I never knew

the full strength of the sun

in July and June.

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