Monday, January 30, 2006

My sincerest apologies...

...to my many devout, wonderful readers. I know that it has been awhile since I last posted - and I hope that I have not completely let you all down. After all of the emails, phone calls, and faxes I have received from my many readers, I am finally setting pen to paper to write my most personal thoughts and reflections.

This weekend was very relaxing. Leonard and I spent most of the time cleaning the house and watching Underworld in anticipation for the sequel. (In a million years I never would have thought I would enjoy a movie about vampires - Leonard is definitely rubbing off on me).

Leonardism: This summer Leonard and I went to my family reunion in McCall. We were sharing the bunk room with my sisters, when one morning Molly came in to tell me that everyone was sick. Fearing that the illness was due to the dinner I had made the night before, (which luckily it was not), I exclaimed "Oh no, this is my worst nightmare!!!" Leonard sat up and replied "Mine too, except there aren't any robots."

Monday, January 23, 2006

A day of packages (no Leonard, I'm not cheating....)

So, today I got two packages in the mail - the first some makeup from my mom (one of those companies that only give you a monthly amount and keep you hooked into paying S&H each month for more, but you love them so much that you pay it anyway), as well as a wedding album for our wedding pics (I know, we've been married almost 3 years, I'm just extremely picky). I LOVE the album, probably spent too much $$$ on it, but I know that it's something I'll always love - it's one of those bookcloth albums with a little window for a special picture. Which leads me to today's.....

...Leonardism: When deciding which pic to put in the front of the album, I chose one of Leonard and me kissing. Leonard, shaking his head in condescending disgust, suggested that the picture was not centered and that the one of us on the temple steps smiling at the camera was the best choice. We ended up with the one I wanted, much to his chagrin. Who knew that a man who sits two inches from the television screen when playing video games could be so conscious of scrapbooking? OK, I don't want to overdo the Leonardisms because I want all of my readers to be kept wanting, but I can't resist...I just barely got another...

...Leonardism: About two minutes ago, after telling Leonard to wait until I'm done blogging before he tells me about something that happened today, he said: "You love your blog.... instead of loving your blob." He then gave me the saddest face possible and stomped out of the room.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

My first post

Leonardisms: Today, Leonard pointed to his arm and said "I wish I was muscular instead of fatular."

Well, after reading TJ's blog I got all excited and decided I would start my own. Let the fun begin.......