Happy VD day. Wait, that doesn’t sound quite right.
my granddaughter talks about an anti-valentine group. I will ask her where you can join
Valentine Day’s been canceled, here’s the math proof :
14 – 02 – 12 = 0
My husband and my best friend’s husband have made reservations for the four of us at a very lovely restaurant. I feel so ungrateful because I really don’t want to go. All three of them have things going on in their lives that are making them real downers to be around right now, and they’re things that are legitimate. But I can only take one of them at time. All three at them at once is going to require a bottle of wine all to myself, but since Ellie ate my husband’s glasses and the new ones haven’t arrived yet, he can’t drive at night so I’ll be behind the wheel. And since Ellie is my puppy and she did it on my watch, I really can’t complain. What I would really like to do tonight is get into something comfortable like sweats that are two sizes too big, order a pizza with the works, curl up with Ellie, and read a funny book. But my other girl friend tells me that what women without a loving partner do for Valentine’s Day, and I have no right to horn in on their plans.
Take an iPod and listen to music while you’re there instead of them.
So I got my girlfriend some flowers sent to her office today. She called to ask if they were from me (her boss is morman so I didn’t send a card). I said yes. She went on about how we agreed that we weren’t going to spend money on each other….yada, yada, yada. I said that there was NOOOO way that I was going to fall for that.
BTW, she loooooves her flowers. I’m never going to be fooled again by that “No Honey…don’t spend money on me” line ever again. Not after last year.
HEH…. you too, huh? Fell for that the first year I was married. It was believable because the wife isn’t a frilly or high maintenance gal so it seemed believable. I heard about it for several years afterwards.
Hear it again every year and tell her the same thing: not going to fall for that one again.
A Middlesex Superior Court Judge is expected to issue a written decision on a controversial case involving the Pledge of Allegiance.
Judge Jane Heggarty heard arguments on Monday in the case of an Action family who has filed suit against the Acton-Boxborough School District to take the words “under God” out of the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Plaintiffs are named as Jane and John Doe out of concern for what they call “public hostility.” Their children are listed as ages 13, 11, and 9.
My husband of thirty two years was raised in a very dysfunctional and contentious home. This morning he gave me red roses and said we were going to take them somewhere else. We went to my parents graves. He told me that they taught him how you were supposed to treat each other when you are married and love that person. I had no idea that they were such an influence on him although he loved them both.
He’s a keeper.
Good thing. I don’t think they give refunds after 20 years.
Try Costco. All the refunds shop there looking for fresh meat/another divorcee.
how wonderful that he was willing to learn and loves you enough to do so.
Thanks for sharing it. Truly one of the best things I’ve read today.
Funniest thing about Santorum’s view of women: when during the primary and general cycle in ’08 Obama said that any job his wife wanted to get had to be approved by him, IOW he had veto power over that part of her life, that was just fine and dandy from progressives. Now when Santorum comes out and says some of the same crazy shit, it’s a problem.
Of course it is, just like it was in ’08.
Need to bang head on desk.
I wonder if, come January, Ms. will feature Santorum on the cover too.
i just puked a little. thanks.
just remember if the dems now owned by the backtrack bunch do it
IT IS OK
if the republicans do it
IT IS A CRIME
maybe a beginning of stopping the overreaching by backtrack and bunch