Monday, September 24, 2007

Where AM I?

So you know it is going to be a bloggable day when the weirdest thing that happens to you is NOT having to work out in the same room as TOW1 and NOT having a 'glare-off' with TOW1's husband as he enters said gym and you leave. Apparantly the couple who exercises together ignores reality together (Listing Straight says that would make a good needlepoint pillow).

No, the weirdest moment was on my way home when The Boy kept naming animals: cow, sheep, horse... for seemingly no apparant reason and when he said 'goat' I almost hit one.

Remind me to teach him the word 'lottery'.

14 comments:

more cows than people said...

surreal indeed. wow.

ppb said...

Now why would TOW1's husband glare at you? Like you did anything to hurt him!

And yes, indeed, the word lottery should be next on the boy's vocab list.

Songbird said...

Small world, isn't it?
And look out, goats!

will smama said...

I glared at him. They sent a manipulative letter out to the congregation admitting her guilt in this and they included my parents on the mailing list. I am most sure the idea for the letter and including my parents are all his.

sherry said...

And all you did was Glare!!

You're a better woman, person, than me.

cheesehead said...

C'mon over to my place on lessons on what to do to People Who Hurt People.

(On second thought, maybe don't. I could be a bad influence.)

Towanda said...

I hope he pulled something on the stairclimber...

will smama said...

I am starting to seriously hate the high road. I would like to go 'Jersey' on someone's ass... or cheesehead on their ass. Whatever works.

Magdalene6127 said...

(((WS))). Reminds me of a line from a movie... they break all records for running, standing or jumping gall.

You are to be commended for taking the high road. Hard, but classy.

The Vicar of Hogsmeade said...

Sounds like they've moved to Cairo, where de Nile is in the middle of everything.

SRH said...

I know this isn't the point of the post, but I almost hit a goat once too, they're a meance!

Also, there are so many things I have wanted to say to you the last few weeks and I haven't known how.

I think you're one of the strongest people I've met. I am impressed with the grace with which you face trials and I am praying for your sense of humor to remain (along with a number of other prayers for peace, fortitude etc.).

Jane Ellen+ said...

Whatever Cheesehead's plan is, listen to it. Even assuming you don't follow through, the planning is therapeutic.

(This must be a Hoosier form of therapy. Right now, it's helping me deal with a former parishioner, and an in-law or two.)

will smama said...

You all are too kind. Thank you SRH and Magdalene.

RevHRod said...

Could you offer to spot this guy while he's lifting weights and then get distracted in the middle of things... Or maybe superglue his favorite piece of equipment right before he gets to it... Or maybe just key his car...

Of all the people who should be a bit more understanding....