It's not about the house.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

1, 2, 3 ... (4)

1. I'm blogging over here today. It's very shrewy. Please enjoy.

2. I did not deliberately leave Charlie's second comment out of the Not the Winner series. It's just that she asked for a picture of a box of tissue, and what was I going to do -- take my camera to the grocery store? Tissue? Tissue? We don't need no stinking tissue! (She did say it would be okay to take a picture of the tissue with a roll of toilet paper, but she didn't say TP instead would be okay. So she got summarily ignored.) Sorry, Charlie!

3. I did this again this weekend:

This is exhausting. I don't know how you people do it every day.

And, last but not least:

(4. Go Chargers? Beat Indy? I think?)

[P.S. Yes! Yay! Chargers beat Indy!

"Now then," says Tedy B. ...

"Sit yo' ass down!"]


Vanessa said...

I'm with you on the "its exhausting" and "how does anyone do this everyday" When I have those weekends, I call it birth control.

poppo said...

Well now, since the greebly is at your house everytime the Pats win looks like you will have to do it again next week, exhausing or not!! Also looks like there might a bit of a wager tween you and Robert???

Robert said...

I'm all for (4) Go Chargers but I'm not sure they will have several key players for next week after today's game. And although there have been a VERY few games this year where it looked like the pats MIGHT be beatable, they are probably the best football team I have ever seen. This is my long-winded way of saying, poppo, I think I'll pass on the wager. Of course, I am hoping that my saying how great they are will jinx them!

EGE said...

Oh no, Poppo, she isn't here EVERY time the Pats win -- if she were, well, then I might as well go ahead and have one of my own!

(Which I ain't gonna do -- right, Vanessa?)

And Robert, at this point I'm too superstitious for a wager, anyway. Those few games they did not look perfect? Those were the times I watched it on the tv in the bedroom. Johnny has now been made to understand why it's so VERY important that I be in the living room. (I moved to the couch for the last five minutes of the Ravens game -- need I say more?)