I hope the turtles slept in this morning. I always hated that phrase "sleep in". I had never heard that phrase until I was working at Sears as a PBX Operator. In the country we didn't do much sleeping in but when we did it was called sleeping late. The lady I worked with was cute and had a cute accent but when she said she would "sleep in" the next day because it was her day off it drove me crazy. Now you take the word hydroplane. I had never heard that word until later in life. Could be 'cause we lived on a country road that got so muddy the school bus couldn't make it up the hill let alone hydroplane. I like the sound of that word but it can be not so good. A lady I know bought a brand new car because she has cancer and it was hard to get in and out of her truck. The first day she drove it she hydroplaned and ended up in the bar ditch against a fence and totaled her new car. We've had lots of rain so I can't even think of trying to feed the turtles. I knew we should have gone out yesterday instead of John watching the Dallas Cowboys play. If I did get in that slop and the turtles tried to climb up the side of the dam they might hydroplane.