1. I had gotten somewhat consistent with posting there for a while, but recently things have fallen apart. I will try to get this train wreck I call a blog back on track soon. My new goal is to post at least twice a week. I know everyone is excited. Or couldn’t care less. One of those.
2. One thing that’s knocked me off the tracks is John. We’ve had to take him to a doctor, including a cardiologist and a neurologist, for about three weeks in a row now and there still more visits to come. All of this is because John sometimes gets so angry he stops breathing until his face turns blue. I’m not really worried about it though, I think he’s just working on his Super Breath again since things went so badly the first time.
3. We’ve also been pretty busy lately.
4. Ada’s friend Hannah gave her the board game Candyland as a birthday gift. So far, I am undefeated and have introduced
6. For my birthday, LB bought me a book about writing comedy. I’m not sure if that was an act of affection or if she finally realized that I’m not going to quit embarrassing myself so she decided to get me professional help.
7. True story. Last week LB received an invitation in the mail to participate in the Miss Teen USA pageant. I’m sure there are probably teenagers out there that have been married for four years and have two children, just not at this address. Also, there was a Frequently Asked Questions sections. The first one went basically like this:
Q: Do I have to have talent to compete in the pageant?
LB seems to meet that and most of the other requirements, excluding the whole “teen” thing, so I decided I would fill out the registration card and send it in for her. LB’s birthday is tomorrow, so I thought it would be a thoughtful, unique birthday present. And if they reject her because of her age I figure that is ageism and we can win a lawsuit out of it, so it is really a win-win.
The Archived Post Relevant The Office Quote:
Michael: I am sort of a student of comedy.