Monday, January 10, 2005

Gray or Grey

I'm never sure which spelling is correct. I suppose I could look it up but I like living in a gray or grey area. Maybe I'll check later. Anyway. I really like that color, or non-color if you will. It's the color I most often pick when I buy new clothes. I like it in just about anything except the sky.

We have gray skies. Sometimes charcoal, sometimes mist, but always gray. And it appears we'll have it for another couple of days. And rain. There's a mini-lake where my parking space should be. Unless I go buy some boots I wont' be able to take the trash to the dumpster. I know there are worse things but I'm not used to having trash sitting around. Not that I'm a great housekeeper but I do take the trash out on a regular basis. Stepping over bags and boxes and the cat is getting tedious.

Today is a quiet day. Nothing really scheduled except maybe lunch. I'll go find some brightly colored yarn and make a hat. Or work on some of the socks. Just anything that isn't gray.


In the US the preferred spelling is gray with grey listed as a variant. In England it's the other way around. So I guess it doesn't matter.

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