Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Brighter than the sun

Every time I walk Quincy I go past this house in our subdivision with
the brightest lights I've every seen. The first time I noticed them,
it was in one of the bedrooms. (No, I just noticed it from the street.
Get your mind out of the gutter.)

Then, today when I went past the house I noticed all the rooms had
amazingly bright lights. You could get a suntan in there! If I lived
there I would need to wear sunglasses. At night. (Come on, sing it
with me. I know you know the song.)

I don't know what kind of bulbs these people have, but the must be
expensive. Who needs it that bright in there house? Here's the deal,
you don't want it too bright in your house, it just makes the dust
more visible. That's the beauty of having 7 minutes of sunlight during
the winter. There may me dust, buy you don't see it.

What was I saying? Oh yeah, the house was bright. I think they may do
surgery in there, or something.


Anonymous said...

In Gizmo scared voice: "Bright lights, bright lights!" :)

I hate bright lights. I don't even turn them on when I get to work. The perimeter ones are on and that's enough for me! My bedroom light burned out about 6 months ago and I haven't replaced it because the light from my bathroom and closet give enough illumination.

Your neighbors are crazy!

Mike said...

DC: Ah, Gizmo. I haven't thought about him for awhile. No, he wouldn't like that house.

You would like working in my building. It Is very dark in here. Especially when working in the evening, or overnight.

Florinda said...

They keep those bright lights on just so you'll have something to speculate about when you walk the dog past their house :-).

Mike said...

Florinda: that may be true. So, then, what about the house that is always dark, the bushes are overgrown, and there is only one glowing light that may be a fish tank? I imagine an old lady, or what was once a lady, calling for her son. Norman. Then I run home. :)