I've complained several times in previous blog entries that I feel like I'm stuck in a time loop, repeating the same events of my life, over and over...events that should break the monotony of a normal person's life, like parades and community clean-up days and blanket-making and...so on. Not that it's a terrible thing, but it makes it hard to write a post about said-activity when I've already written about it x-amount of times in the past.
Well, staying true to that premise, here's "Community Clean-Up Day Take 6." Or 7. Or 9. Crap, I don't know.
This year I thought I'd do my first (and last) annual "Things You Find in a Desert" Edition. So here you go, ladies and gentlemen...things you might find in a desert:
A king-sized mattress.
A roll of carpet.
A box of broken doll parts (creepy).
An abandoned car.
Some more carpet.
A baby tarantula.
You might also find 20 broken television sets, a refrigerator, a few drug needles, two more fully grown tarantulas, mountains of discarded concrete, broken glass, enough artificial foliage to start a pseudo-garden, and a Bible (but you might not have your cell phone available to take pics of those things because you gave it to one of your students to hold for you because girls' jeans' pockets are too damn small).
So that concludes the 6th (or 7th or 9th or whatever-th) edition of Community Clean-Up Day.