When The Trio (Me, Myself & I) uses “Oh no! Not again …” for the title of a blog, it usually means another earthquake has happened nearby our favorite river town. However, no – not this time. It’s only 2 a.m. and Me wakes up worrying about paying the monthly bills and balancing the check book. (Back for more zzzzz.)

OMG, it’s only 3 a.m. and Myself wakes up saying, “We haven’t posted a blog on Petaluma360 for weeks; we’ll get fired! What shall we blog about?” (Back for more zzzzz.

No, not again! It’s 4 a.m. and I haven’t even thought about writing the Emergency Preparedness CERN-O-GRAM for this week. The neighborhood team leaders are waiting to see what discussion items are on the agenda.

6 a.m. – the sun is up, so The Trio leap out of bed, waddle downstairs in their bathrobes and bunny-rabbit slippers for a cup of coffee to start the day and get something “constructive” done … but what?

Around 6:15 a.m., Eagle-Eyes suggests that the old saying,  “United we stand, Divided we fall” might get them started. Hammerhead believes those words really “hit the nail on the head” … but, then what? What shall they do? What will they really accomplish?

But first, we have to post these thoughts on Petaluma360 under the “Our Petaluma” category. Stay tuned.

P.S. The actually posting of this bog was delayed in order to also post a report on what was “really” accomplished by The Trio, today.

I did compose a CERN-O-GRAM and it was e-mailed to the Petaluma CERT-NERT neighborhood amateur radio operators. You are currently reading the blog posted by Myself. He also drafted another blog that will be posted tomorrow.

Me got distracted by the sunny weather and was influenced by all the blogs posted by Frank Simpson related to gardens; so he spent part of the afternoon in his role as “under-gardener” digging holes for newly purchased plants, under the supervision of “the boss.”

Stay tuned for the photos showing the results of his labors. Was the day “constructive?” You be the judge and leave a comment.