Saturday, October 11, 2008

Im on a Shaving Strike

My husband has been away on a music trip, which I hear is going excellently. He's given so many concerts already that I've actually lost count of them. He is in Cancun as we speak, and he has just opened a concert for a big head honcho in the latin christian music community.

Yeah, to some it may not sound like much, but to us missionaries- its the shindig.

The pace of the tour is too speedy for Katy, so we decided to stay behind. In fact, we're taking total advantage of this opportunity to do some therapies in Texas. It is our main focus to get Katy talking, and since her mother language is english it seems stupid to do spanish speech therapy in Mexico.

But enough about them, lets talk about me.

Im lonely. And bored. I dont have any friends or social life here in Texas and Im coming to full realization of what a true loser I can be. Here, in no particular order, are some key manifestations of my desperate loneliness.

1. I got in a cyber fight

Yes, me- the missionary. I got in a fight on a website called CAFEMOM. I got kicked out of one of the website's social groups. Apparently, I was not allowed to start a topic on abortion, but the rule was not writen anywhere. They kicked me out of a group and I made a big stink with my blog. Then, my blog got removed by the administration team and I got a warning about picking fights. Yes. Me. I felt like the straight "A" student getting punished for something she didn't deserve.

So, one of my cybermom friends sided with me and took up my cause, getting herself booted from the group as well. We now have our own group, which we administer. Now, nobody can kick us out for starting topics against the (unwriten) "rules."

Cuz were Bad Azzez.

2. Im on a shaving strike.

As my blog title suggests. Why should I shave when my husband is away for a month? All I gotta do is wear pants and "Voila!" Instant style. I think of it as an investment for my skin. By not shaving, Im not drying out my legs with the razor blades. can pretty much justify anything you stand for...

3. Saturday Mornings are not what I remember

As a kid, I used to LOVE saturday mornings. I would take out all of my toys and play while watching cartoons. I tried it again with Katy this morning, but I quickly realized that there has to be at least ONE grown up in the house. Somebody has to be responsible for the mess and the food. Katy and I drew straws and I lost. It would be my turn to make the pancakes this morning. But I know that someday, I'll have my day in the park...

The Berenstein Bears were on and I was really touched. Seriously, have you paid attention to their cartoons? The lessons on family unity are really inspiring. They really do respect each other and learn their lessons. And then, when the kids went off to bed, momma and poppa bear cuddled on the couch. You know they got it on later that evening. With their love afflame after so many years of marriage, you know those bears are sexually active. I mean, just look at the lust in their eyes:

4. Finally, this video deserves an honorable mention.


Carolyn said...

Okay, it has to be said: Tyra scares the crap out of me. Yikes. ;)

I can't believe you got into a cyber-fight! I've watched a few from the sidelines over at Babycenter but have never actually been in one. I'm kind of jealous! And here I always thought you were so nice... :)

Enjoy the shaving strike while it lasts!

Patyrish said...

I agree with Carolyn, Tyra makes me skerred. I can't not watch her though. It's like a car wreck! I like her for some weird reason that I can't quite put my finger on.

Oh and cyber fights, I have been in them. I got booted from babycenter once for fighting. REally though I was the innocent party....I was totally attacked and just defending myself. And well you saw the drama at my blog a week or so ago. For some reason I was able to compose myself instead of saying "kiss my big butt".

I agree you don't need to shave now. Only thing that sucks though is when your leg hairs get to a certain length they get caught in your pant legs which then pulls the hair. OUCH.

Mamma and Pappa Bear are looking MIGHTLY lusty in that picture!

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