Thursday, March 19, 2015

Senior citizens love to smell like serene waterlilies.

I think I need another nap before I write this Howdygram post because I’m a little too loopy from my last pile of pills to make any sense. I did, however, manage to place a Prime Pantry order with Amazon: several kinds of crunchy things in bags; four bottles of Nivea body wash in their Serenity and Waterlily fragrances; and four eight-packs of Coke Zero in teeny 12-ounce bottles (for the mini fridge in the study).
And while I’m on the subject — Amazon — apparently U.S. federal regulators have given the company approval to test its thrilling little DELIVERY DRONES outdoors, taking us one step closer to speedy airborne “Prime Air” packages slamming through your prized lilac bush!
But there are a few restrictions. Drones can’t fly above 400 feet and the operator has to keep the drone in sight, according to the FAA. Plus drone operators must have a private pilots’ license and current medical certification.

I CAN’T WAIT. I’ve been reading about Amazon drones for what seems like forever already so I’m asking Sam for a landing strip in the front yard this year for Hanukkah.

Believe it or not I’m falling asleep at my desk so I ’d better find somewhere to lie down RIGHT NOW. Thank you for putting up with me.

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