Okay, I wasn't going to post today because I seem to be leaking energy thru my eyeballs and feel like shit. I think it's because I spent Monday in the freezing rain trying to save my flowers... where was I? Post, right!
I got this radicus e-mail that I had to share. Unfortunately, the person who sent it to me has not responded on whether I can use their name or not but I'm pulling the trigger on this anyway because I'm impatient like that. I don't like it when people have lives and I'm sitting around waiting for them to squeeze me in. Just thought I should throw that fact out into the universe. Anyway, here's the e-mail.
"Hi Bee! I stumbled across your blog when I was trying to figure out why my shit was green. Your post on green poop searches made me laugh so I kept coming back and reading your archives. Then it hit me that you were actually talking about me too! That's okay because I still think you're funny!
I have a question for you though, would you ever consider letting your husband Andy write a post about you? I'd be very curious to get a first hand account on what living with you must be like! Would you please consider it?"
I love this idea!! I really do!
Dear My New Favorite E-Mailer Person, I will ask the hubs but I can't guarantee he'll say yes because he'll be afraid to piss me off to the point where he'd have to sleep in our fireplace (he'd fit if he were in little pieces)!
He also has an obsession with that game I've mentioned but now that he no longer has a Family/Clan/Cult, maybe he'll have more free time. Who knows? But I will try to make him see how writing a post about me would be beneficial to his um... health.
I will keep you posted and if you have any questions you'd like Andy to answer so that this isn't so hard for him, please do so.
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