Sunday, April 11, 2010

Deep Thoughts

Do you feel like you and your significant other were "meant" to be together? Soul mates?

I have never doubted that my husband (aka DH) and I were meant to end up together. Some day, I'll get into all the weird coincidences we have - including that my husband and my (extremely) estranged father were born at the same hospital in Tulsa, OK, 20 years apart. Until the hubs and I got engaged...I'd never even been to Tulsa.

Anyway, the hubs and I are proud of our ten years together (and friends for 12!).

When you've been together that long, you can pretty much read the other person like a book. For example:

-Yesterday I forgot my phone at home while I went shopping. I got home, and DH looks at me and asks "Did you get my text?" Just from the look on his face, I could tell it was a "booty call" text. Um, nope, I didn't get your text, honey, but after seeing the look on your face I know exactly what it says. He's still surprised that I can do that. Um duh! "Am I that predictable?" he asks. Ummmm, yep. Not a bad thing, though, babe.

-Last week he happily watched Romy & Michele's High School Reunion with me...and even laughed at the same parts I did. Now that's devotion, people.


Do you have allergies? I do. Evidently they're worse here than they were in Las Vegas. Ugh. My eyes are so red and scratchy I've had the perpetual urge to scratch them out of my head. I feel like I've been walking around looking like I'm stoned. And that I've been crying.

A crying stoner. Sweet.

Even the hubs mentioned it.

Him: "What's wrong with you?"

Me: "What do you mean?"

Him: "Your eyes look like shit."

Me: "Gee, thanks."

Him: "No, really. They're all red."

Me: "No shit, Sherlock. It's called allergies."

Him: "Ohh."

He doesn't get allergies. The dude never even gets a cold. I think I've seen him sick maybe three times in the past ten years. So when my eyes get red and I start sneezing, it doesn't even occur to him that it's allergy season. Earlier today I was watching our landscapers mow our huge lawn and I almost had a psychosomatic allergy attack right there. Seriously, I don't know how they breathe. Grass, weeds and shit was flying everywhere.

Ah choo! Pass the tissues!


Two of my favorite Vegas gal pals are coming to visit me this weekend. EEEE! We plan to spend our days sightseeing, relaxing, giggling, stuffing our faces and getting drunk off sweet tea vodka and lemonade.

Sounds pretty fun, right? The hubs has been traveling A LOT lately so he's already agreed to keep the kiddos occupied so I can have a four-day-long time out.

Sorry kids, ask your dad! Mommy's having a four-day time out!

Stay tuned because I plan to blog the Vegas gal pals' entire visit. And if you know me at all, you know that the weekend definitely won't be boring...I'll have plenty of shit to talk about. (insert devilish laugh here)


Nicole said...

Yea! So glad that you get to get out and have some girl time. Cant wait to hear all about it!

gayle said...

Sorry about your allergies......go get some meds from a doctor...they will work much better!

Have fun with your girlfriends!!

Closer to Lucy said...

I feel your pain!I had never had allergies until moving South. Now my head stays so clogged that I can't hear! Every other word out of my mouth is what.

Cheers to girl time!! Spare no detail, as I will be living vicariously through your visit!

Vegas Linda Lou said...

Yep, to this day I feel Bastard Husband and I are totally connected. Thank you, universe, for assigning me a soulmate with more issues than Sports Illustrated.

Have fun with your girlfriends--I know you will!

Mrs. Jeremy said...

T-minus two days!!! This spring has been brutal in Vegas. Doesn't usually affect me but I've been a big ball of sneeze lately. I'll be sure and pack the allergy meds.

CrazyAssMomma said...

i visited your former home for my very first time this weekend.... that was ohsomuch fun!!!!!!
just had to share ;)

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