MMM 478

It’s a holiday for some guy. He’s not as important as George Floyd, though, so it escapes me why he’s important. Something about dreams. Is it Edgar Cayce day? Whoever he was, I’m fairly certain that his message is forgotten entirely.

Those weights look really nice back there. Ergonomic ‘n’ stuff.

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MMM 477

I had dreams of September, of my youth, and then I woke and my nightmare began.

Quadz and abz.

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MMM 476

No pressure or anything, but this is the first Monday of the year. It sets the tone for everything to come and if you eff this up your whole year is probably going to be ruined. But don’t sweat it, you got this.

I’m claiming Redhead Bonus Points for this one.

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MMM 475

Last Monday of 2021. Make it count.

Tired. I can relate.

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MMM 474

Penultimate Monday of 2021.

Looks warm there.

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MMM 473

Something about Sunday night/Monday morning is killing my ability to sleep through it. Maybe I need one of those booty pillows.

She’d do.

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MMM 473

Happy December, happy Advent.

I think this is Christmas, so it’s timely.

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MMM 472

Woke up before the sun, knew I needed more sleep, went back to bed and slept until Possum had to get up for school. All readers will receive a full refund for this morning’s slight delay, and we thank you for your patronage.

Up dog.

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MMM 471

Thanksgiving week. Time to start undereating in anticipation. These ladies almost certainly know something about that.

Not sure how long I can even still do these.

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Rock Around the Croc: The French Baroque

Last week I said I was going to wrap it up with the Baroque era, but then in the comments I mentioned Jean-Baptiste Lully, and that got me thinking about how I really didn’t touch on the French Baroque. That being said, I’m not nearly as familiar with that period as with the Italian and German influences, so there’s only so much I can say. Let’s start with some more Lully, the dirty rat-bastard who swindled and murdered his way to the top of Louis XIV’s court before he accidentally killed himself by smashing his toe with a conductor’s baton and dying of gangrene:

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