Big day in America! Super Bowl!
In my other life, I attended many. Not that I was a sport fanatic. I enjoyed the partying. Since moving to Key West, I have become lazy. I dislike leaving the island for anything. As for partying, every night is party night in Key West.
Three choices as to where I will watch the game. Don’s Place. Will be fun. Tavern ‘n Town. All TVs will have the game with audio. The audio is important. My bedroom in my new recliner chair. This third option may be the one. I can pour myself a drink and lean back.
I did my Saturday night usual. Dinner at the bar at Tavern ‘n Town. Good food and Bobby Nesbitt. An excellent combination.
Saw my heart man Dr. McIvor. Stress test ok. Pain back in my chest returned. Don’t worry, don’t know I was told. It hurts, however.
I have been tired this past week. Extremely. Physically and mentally. Turned out my meds for blood pressure had to be reduced because of my weight loss. I have been off them for 24 hours and feel great this morning. Half doses from now on.
Doctor’s scale said 34 pounds lost. It may be off a bit. Thought I was at 32. Either number makes me happy.
Key West has a new live theater. The Key West Theater. On Eaton Street, just one block off Duval. Beer and wine available during the show.
Key West has several live theaters. All doing well. Truly an artsy community.
I love the way my bedroom is coming! I have been redecorating it. I put the new lamp on the corner of my desk. A tan shade covering a colorful oriental vase. The lamp sits between a painting of my mother and a Henry Moore print. Magnificent!
An interesting item in the Key West Citizen’s History section this morning.
On this day in 1935, Ernest Hemingway was fishing with the editor of Scribner’s and the editor of Rod and Reel. On Hemingway’s boat. All three caught a sailfish.
I am sure they headed for Sloppy Joe’s afterward. Not the one we know today. The original on Green Street. Now Captain Tony’s. Sloppy Joe’s did not move to Duval till 1937.
A letter to the editor caught my attention. There are a small number of do gooders and holier than thous who want to correct what they consider not so healthy nudity at Fantasy Fest. My Bible recollection is God created Adam and Eve without clothes. If it was good enough for the Lord, it should be good enough for Key West. Though most wear some clothing during the festival.
Blasphemous I am not trying to be.
I dislike people who seek to impose their beliefs on others.
Here it is Sunday and I have not written my KONK Life column yet. Had neither the desire nor energy during the week. I attribute it to my meds.
Today is the day. One of two topics. I have not decided which.
One about the Greek election and what I see coming down the road this year. Greece could initiate a world wide depression or be the place where World War III begins. Or, both.
The other is about Japan’s loss of libido. The young people of Japan have lost their sex drives. For real. As a result, Japan’s population numbers are decreasing dangerously. The reasons why sex drives have been put on the shelf would be the substance of the article.
Enjoy your Sunday!
“I dislike people who seek to impose their beliefs on others.”
We had a nice chat with Bobby Nesbitt last night at T&T. I didn’t realize where he was from and went to college, small world . We enjoy listening and talking to him.
A six hour pre-game show on the boob tube. Argh!
President Obama on about how well the economy is doing and “fair share”. Argh!
And, he was surprise that the Navy cooks could make beer out of honey? Seriously, Navy guy can make alcohol our of anything and everything. Guess he doesn’t know anyone in the Navy!
Bread ‘n’ circuses. Complete with pandering to the political class and the warfare state with it’s “freindly fire” victim. Argh!