Another crazy-busy weekend! Thank you to Terri for hosting a fantastic book group meeting on Friday night (y'all are lovely and such fun), thank you to my Pretty Aunt Julia for hosting our visit on Saturday (great family, great food), and thank you to my folks for taking us to lunch yesterday (Free lunch AND I get to see my nephew? Swoon!)
Alright, now that my Weekend Oscar Speech is over, let's move on to business. First, we rented the Sex & The City movie, and I was tickled when Samantha adopted a small terrier who enjoys making sweet, sweet love to inanimate objects, because my dog DOES THE SAME THING.
A few summers ago, my devout grandma and godmother came to visit, and during the tour, as we stood in a circle upstairs, Daisy dragged her dog bed into the middle of our human circle and began vigorously humping it. Nobody said a word; instead, we all looked up at my flaking ceiling as if it held the answers to every riddle that had ever stumped us while Daisy did things to her dog bed that are quite possibly illegal in several states.
Call me twisted, but I enjoy those uncomfortable moments that juxtapose the mundane (or serious) with the slightly warped, offensive, or inappropriate. This means that I got a raging case of the church giggles at least once a month when I was growing up.
PS: the line from my previous post? ("Go do it, and be successful with it!") Is from an old SNL skit.