Tags: Amy, Danielle, Hilary, Hubby, Liz
Happy New Year Friends!
We truly believe this will be our best year yet!
We celebrated with 80-something of our “closest friends.” He’s my closest friend.
She will always be my celebrity-sighting coffee buddy. Watch out universe.
These two are some of my favorites, too.
I hope this year is the best for you all too!
Tags: Entertainment, Family, Hubby, The Dark Night
Or the one where Hubby grounds me from the computer and blogging forever. Or because you all love Hubby stories (even though he doesn’t!)
I mentioned last week that Sunday after church we hung out at the theater, (yes, we go to church in a movie theater, how cool is that?!) to watch TDK. We were meeting Rosy and B-Man shortly after so we snuck in a lunchbox and some sandwiches so we wouldn’t starve to death by the end of the movie.
I ate when the movie began, but Hubby kept insisting that he would wait. I thought this was odd. I knew he was hungry because I was famished! I finished my drink and since he literally had not touched his I decided to take his.
Hubby: “That’s my drink. I am saving it for the ride home.”
I guess I should interject here that we are on a strict budget these days and apparently he did not want to splurge for another drink.
Me: “But I am thirsty, mine is long gone, and you haven’t touched yours. Why don’t you eat your lunch?”
Hubby: “I don’t want to talk about it.”
This is our code for “seriously, drop it” in our relationship. By this time the movie is well past half over. I let it go. Not my problem. But, I am thirsty!
Thirty minutes later I get frustrated.
Me: “If you aren’t going to drink it, I want it. It is just going to waste.”
Hubby: “No. I can’t drink it now. I have to (in an even more hushed voice) go.”
Me: “So go. What is the big deal. Just get up.”
Hubby: “No, I will have to step over at least five people and it is dark and I don’t want to.”
Have I ever mentioned that sometimes Hubby’s stuborness parallels that of five year old?
Me: “Suit yourself.”
Fifteen minutes later he is, shall we say, uncomfortable!
Hubby: “How long is this movie?”
He did not like my answer. Panic came over his face.
I laugh. I can’t help it. It is about the only thing keeping me from having a psychotic break watching that movie. I tell Rosy because she thinks I have lost my mind in a fit of giggles. We both laugh at him. I am sure the people around us thought we really did have some kind of joker-induced psychosis.
He quickly gives in and crawls over about five people to make his way out of the theater. This is a token shy guy. He doesn’t even want to bother people at the movie theater even at the expense of his own personal comfort.
But I love him anyway.
You can’t tell him I told you this story, Ok? Great, just between us!