Hey, it’s able Rey today. <he,he> I made a little rhyme. The Boss is swamped, so I’m taking over on what Lindy-Loo would call “post patrol”.
To be honest, I was a bit lost as to what the topic should be, then I remembered the last one, and our Boss’ favorite (kinda silly) expression: whatever floats your boat. Like really? But whatever.
So-o, I thought I’d share with you guys what floats our boats—“our” being the three of us from the Triple Threat Investigation Agency, me, Cousin Jilly, also known as JJ, and my BFF, Linda, or Lindy-Loo as I sometimes call her, much to her annoyance. Don’t know why. It’s cute, doncha think?
I’m gonna start with her and what, these days, does it for her.
Linda: Lots of things float mine—blogging, reviewing wines and food, being a P.I., volunteering at the shelter . . . enjoying the day. I’m fairly down to earth; it doesn’t take me a lot to be happy or content. But, if I have to pick something “current” that brings me joy, given these trying times, I’d say that it’s the goodness in people—LOL, Rey just gave a big roll of those grass-green eyes and stuck her index finger in her mouth. It’s true, though. No matter how difficult and challenging things are right now, so many persons are still reaching out to help one another . . . like Chicago’s “Pilot Pete”, who gathered 6000 coats and gave them to the homeless—with coffee. I love it. Hope (lots!) abounds.
Thanks Sister Linda. And what about you, Cous?
JJ: Like Linda, many things float mine, but I do love animal stories with happy endings. As such, I’m going to go with a recent one, where a young navy sailor from Thailand leapt into rough waters, and swam several grueling yards, to save four kittens from a burning ship. Thatsaphon Saii placed three in a sack and perched one on his shoulders. If that doesn’t bring a tear to your eye—and warm your heart—I don’t know what will. Yes, hope does abound.
Okay, that brought on a sniffle. Last, but never least, me . . .
Rey: Guess I’m what Linda and JJ might call petty-minded, not in a niggling or nagging way, but in a trivial one. Sure, saving the monk seals brings me joy (as you may know), and I love private-eyeing—that certainly floats it, too. But I am who and what I am, and the entertainment world (still) does it for me. I was a B-movie actress and I still do some part-time acting. Not because I have to, because I want to. I love being in front of a camera and on the stage. It’s fun and it’s totally me. So, you know, I’m going to say what really floats my boat is . . . being honest.
So, friends, what floats yours?