Thursday, January 8, 2009

The breadth of your social experience never ceases to impress me.

Ever have a day where you just don't feel like getting around to a lot of things? And then that day turns into a couple of days or a week, until you find yourself waste deep in dirty laundry and baby toys?

It's not quite that bad here. I have been keeping up with my duties. But I sure haven't wanted to. Perhaps its the post vacation need for a real vacation. It would be simply spectacular to have an, honest to Blog, vacation with Dom. Maybe one with childcare so I could enjoy being me and not worrying about being a mother the whole time. Whatever this is, it need to go away. It's making me all mopey and bored when there are perfectly entertaining things to be doing.

Yesterday I warped my whole morning around a pediatrician appointment for Michael because I thought he had an ear infection--turns out he's just cranky. That's the official diagnosis--teething baby who flirts with the lady doctor. She's the kind of really nice physician that Dr. House would totally berrate for being cute and loveable until she vomited unicorns and rainbows.

Oh my blog, my life has come down to me comparing everything to fictional television characters! Seriously, I need some socialization. With adults. That don't annoy me.

And because I want you to have what I can't; today's present is an all inclusive trip to this picture:



Today's subject line quote is from Gil Grissom of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000) {Fur and Loathing(#4.5)} .

3 comments:

  1. You should totally come on out to japan and have some fun with us. You can maybe get transportation on one of the military flights and bring Mr. Flirtsalot with ya(he may have competition with Mr. IflirtlikeALLthetime Thian though)

    actually, scratch that, wait till we have the house, then you can leave dom to the wild crazies in the south while you enjoy delicious sushi and rice crackery goodness!

    oh, and to end the comment,I take your quote and raise you a
    Grissom: "All play and no work makes Greg an unemployed boy."

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  2. no no no, I want to come to Japan too! If Cass leaves me here and goes to Japan without me, she gets no breaks from mommy duty for EVER!

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