|Me in a "Spo Shirt"|
I returned today from work at the hotel and I had two packages awaiting me. One was my new DirecTV DVR receiver. My old one gave out last week. DirecTV sent me a new one. I would have to set it up all by my little self. I hate dealing with all these wires and technical stuff. So, I got down to it. I wanted to get everything done (the TV is in my bedroom) before it got dark. I was dreading this.
I called and lo and behold I got a technician on the FIRST RING. And this is Christmas Eve! His name was Adam and, together, after about an hour, we SET IT UP. My TV and DirecTV DVR are now working in my bedroom.
Then my second package. I had ABSOLUTLY NO IDEA who this package was from. The return address said "Hanuman Das" from Springfield, Massachusetts. WTF? Do I have a secret admirer? Wow! So I open the package and the first thing I see is a "Disco" notebook. WTF? I pull out the bubble wrap. LOTS OF BUBBLE WRAP. Then I pull out this absolutely gorgeous Hawaiian shirt! Now I know who it is from. It is from, by a circuitous route, on of my blogger buddies, Spo. Spo makes Hawaiian shirts for relaxation. He has a day job as a shrink or also known by the currently fashionable term "therapist." I don't know, when I hear "therapist" I think of physical therapy, not mental therapy. But I digress (again).
So I try the shirt on. It fits perfectly! Wow! Do you know all the years I've wasted trying to find a shirt that fits let alone looks good? Lots of years my friends. Lots of years. This shirt not only looks good on me, but I love the pattern. I love the feel of the cloth. This is a great shirt!
Sadly, I have to pass it on now. I'll send it to the next blogging buddy of Spo.
You're probably thinking like Significant Other thought, when I asked him to take my picture in this gorgeous shirt. He said "Why is he doing this?" I explained to him that Spo sends the same shirt (that he made) to different blogging buddies. They get their picture taken with the shirt then they indicate what charity that they would like Spo to donate. Then they send it on. Sounds silly doesn't it? Significant Other thought so. Well, I didn't. Life is too short to take everything seriously. This is a wonderful thing that Spo (aka Michael) initiated. I'm glad he included me in on the "tour of the shirt" this time.
|Do I look good in this Spo Shirt or what?|