So I’ve spent the last week and a half Molydagging. Seriously! They say I’m good at it, but you can’t prove it by me. What’s Molydagging? It’s spraying this icky black tar-like paint onto vanes for airplanes. You can’t spray it too hard or too soft. You gotta get it just right. Then you have to wipe the excess off with QTips. If I stay on this job much longer I’m thinking I could make myself rich by investing in the Q Tip industry. It reminds me of writing. First you write too much. Then you edit. Then you realize you’ve gotta add more details. Then, eventually, you get it. Or not. Thank God for computers–otherwise, I’d be the reason for a sharp spike in the eraser industry. Speaking about God, I think I’d better start praying now, because next week they’re putting me on the masking detail. I’ll be handling seven-thousand dollar blades (or are they vanes?) — whatever they are, the boss said they shatter if you drop them. Imagine dropping a $7,000.00 vane? Good golly Molly! Maybe I’ll just pray that more people will buy my books. The SEED; Travel With Johnny Vic Through the Metals of Time; Johnny Vic’s Nautical Adventures; Johnny Vic’s Plymouth Adventures. Find them at: www.annrichduncan.com.
Good Golly Molly