How many of you are hear to see the WCW???
30 points to whoever gets that reference.
I was feeling uninspired today, so I figured I'd look to twitter for assistance.
"Today is a perfect day, perfect in every way. Why?" asks Jen
I had a perfect day two weekends ago. It was the perfect mix of work, relaxing, and hanging out with my family. Jay and I worked around the house all morning. Yes I'm crazy enough to enjoy a clean house, even if it means I have to clean it. We went for a walk along the river/golf course later in the afternoon, grilled out, then watched a movie that evening. It had a little bit of everything - exercise, hard work, a clean house, beautiful scenery, the man I love.
The next day was almost perfect as well. Church (would have been the perfect day had Jay attended with me), followed by Dunkin Donuts coffee, meeting my parents for lunch, another walk along the river/golf course, then Jay & I pulling out the sofa bed for a Netflix Eli Stone marathon. We snuggled all afternoon/evening, only getting up to pee, get snacks, and hit "next episode."
"Will you be supporting Ron Paul in the 2012 election?" That's from Foom, a LOST message board buddy. We mostly just have LOST in common and couldn't be more different politically.
For the moment the answer to the question is "yes". While I don't talk politics a lot around here, I think Paul represents my opinions best of all the candidates. As the election season draws more near, however, I reserve the right to change my mind. :)
Do I think he can win? That's a different story. Its a different climate than last election and he did better than people expected then too. Having said that I think somewhere down the line his son Rand Paul has a better shot at the presidency. He has the charisma that his dad lacks, while still holding similar values.
If you could live anywhere in the world besides where you do now, where would it be? What draws you to that place?
I love where I live. I'm surrounded by beautiful mountains - complete with a great (free) national park for hiking, a gorgeous river near my home (perfect for flat runs), and my family. The only other place I can ever see myself living is my sister's home city.
I miss her. Before she had kids and before I met Jay, she was my best friend. I'd go up all the time and hang out. When I was in college I regularly invited myself over to do laundry and eat her wonderful cooking. She's still my best friend, but its a bit more complicated now.
I miss her kids too. Thankfully we recently discovered Skype, so I can see their antics first hand, but that's not the same as being able to squeeze them and pollute their minds with "Go Yankees" despite their mother being a hard core Mets fan.
Hawaii was lovely. Given the money I'd love to vacation there 1 month a year, but no matter how perfect it is, without my family its not for me.
Gotta a question for me? Hit me with it in the comments and I'll save it for future posts.