Thursday, October 13, 2011

Well, I did take my pants off...

So, um, about that exciting night I was supposed to have...without the two kids or my husband or the cats or...wait, is that everyone living at my house?

Yes, Mrs. Mullet, it is. Even though I hung this witch-cat by the fireplace and give myself a heart attack every time I walk into the living room because I think it is a person



it is not.

(Mental note to self: Take down the damn witch-cat already.)

You probably want to know what I did. Or maybe—hopefully—your own life is so balls-to-the-wall exciting you could give a flying tortilla about what I did with an entire night all to myself.

I'm stalling. Can you tell?

I'm stalling because I...

I...

I...

I used my Get Out of Jail Free card to buy two Mums at a local farm stand. Then I drove home and was in bed by 9 pm.

And you know what? I'm still friggen tired. When does the fatigue pass? When?!

8 comments:

Pricilla said...

I can't help you there being a goat but I will happily eat your mums

VandyJ said...

Maybe when the youngest is 18, but probably not even then.

Mama Badger said...

I'm with Vandy. Little o's two and I still pass out at 9:30. The mums must be nice, though, huh?

Kelly L said...

I know what you mean - I think we are always tired...
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Lisa said...

Grief! You can buy Mums? What is the problem? If you can buy 2 Mums at a farm stall, just like that, then they can stand in for you...the United States surely is a land of opportunity...

Lady Goo Goo Gaga said...

I hear ya - I have been known to wander the aisles of Marshalls for no apparent reason......

SLColman said...

Hey at least you got some time to yourself :) Enjoy the mums!

Cosqui said...

The thing on that picture looks like I don't know a cat maybe? lol. Thanks for share this kind of experience with us keep up the good work and also keep posting.

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