Okay, so I’ve been enjoying some incredible homegrown bud all summer long, pretty much daily, and (yes, I couldn’t help but pick at it and smoke most of it “green” – yes it was a little harsh, but I will say that some stuff I was patient enough to let cure just a couple days was smooooooth) it just got better and better until it reached it’s peak about three weeks ago. It was actually a hermaphrodite that had budded as a male, previously, but I guess I stressed it properly this summer, and when I cut the lights back to 12 hours it just started – wouldn’t you know, sweetie – sprouting female and male flowers (!!!!!!) OMG, that has to be a sign, right? I thought that was delicious :^) So it self-pollinates, and makes some pretty little seeds, which I’ve saved. I can’t wait to see them sprout and grow, my little babies!
I’ve been extremely morose otherwise, can’t seem to get my marriage back on track, my wife has become less than enthused about my cross-dressing, and the dope, and the motorcycle don’t help I suppose. So it’s withering and dying before our eyes. She has her own issues, OK? I was depressed when she met me. Anyway, I’m wearing Guess Jeans denim miniskirt, my white corset bra under shortsleeve blouse and black onyx earring tonight, high on some leftover leaf that has some thc content.
Sorry for the long break, but things have been a little wild, of late. I must say that I am finding the coverage of the Senate debate on healthcare provided by Keith Olbermann on MSNBC simply fascinating politics. Obama may have a strategy developing, here, and it is starting look like the healthcare package may have a shot at passing both houses of Congress, different versions in each of course, and then the reconciliation conference committee will work out details on the public option in a less raucous setting than we’re seeing now. I think that the Republicans have really missed an opportunity here, in that if they had found a way to get on board and put aside the politics as usual for a change, instead of going completely apeshit like they’re doing now, they might be a group about whom more people could feel some pride and satisfaction, rather than revulsion and disappointment. As it is, the sheer absurdity of claiming to be the Party for hard-working average Americans just shines through. We know who they’re serving, don’t we? Nobody I see in the mirror . . .