I can't believe it's only 10:24 a.m. I am so not in the mood to be here today. At 7:30 this morning on my way to work, it was so hot already. I think that summer is officially here and guess what? The air conditioning in my car is not exactly working. It's the weirdest thing. When I'm driving, the car will blow cold air, but when I am stopped in traffic (which is most of the time) only warm air blows out. This is not acceptable in the desert. There is no way in hell I can make it through a summer living here and driving always in rush hour traffic without air conditioning. So, I have an appt. to drop off my car at noon on Monday for an estimate. Can't wait to hear the monetary damage on this one.
So, I'm a big fan of the Adam Corolla morning show and yesterday he played these clips of Huell Howser on the air. I don't know if you've heard of him, I never have, but apparently he's been around for a long time and he does a show called California Gold on PBS and some other shows too. He also does a show called Road Trip with Huell Howser where he just drives around and goes wherever the road takes him. So, he went to this place called the bunny museum. I never laughed so hard.
The bunny museum is a private home where a family lives and they collect bunny stuff. All kinds of bunny stuff - slippers, stuffed animals, live bunnies, plates and god knows what else. To me, it's just junk. I guess to them, it's a treasure and they turned the place into a "museum". Funny that anyone can call a place a museum. Obviously there is no regulation on the term "museum". Right?? I mean, if you can call a house with bunnies a museum than I guess anyone can call anything with a collection of junk a museum. When I picture a museum, it's the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. I envision parking in an underground garage or hopping the metro or maybe even a tour bus. I think about having a nice lunch at a cozy restaurant, maybe buying souvenirs and spending hours walking around and taking in America's history. But, I guess that's just me. I remember going on many a field trip with my class to the museums and art galleries in D.C.
So, if you have the time and want to listen to Huell's hysterical reaction to the bunny museum - check this out.