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For those of you who don't speak football, let me explain. An audible is a last minute change of play called by the quarterback. It happens when the team lines up, ready to begin the next play, and the quarterback takes a look at how the defense is lined up against them. Sometimes, he just doesn't like what he sees. He calls an audible, meaning he calls out a series of phrases indicating to his team that they are going to run a different play than they had originally planned. (There's your lagniappe of the day.)
Some mornings, I too wake up, and I just don't like what I see lined up against me.
We planned to go to the library for a concert with a blues/jazz/funk group we had seen on the kids' calendar. I really wanted to go, we know one of the guys in the group and wanted to see him play, and I'm feeling a little guilt about not getting out of the house for it. Still, I didn't like what I saw. We're all tired, we've had some rough days this week, and everyone's got a serious case of the "don't wants." So, mama's calling an audible.
Pajama Day it is.