Saturday, September 18, 2010


It's late for me to be posting. But I got nothing.

Work has been kicking my ass and it will be for the next few weeks. I'm cranky. Crankier, I guess.

This work thing that I'm doing has thwarted wedding plans. September is completely out as an option. We are now looking at mid-October at the earliest. I won't have any free time to take off until then, and even then it could change depending on client need.

In a way, I'd love to get married on the Mall during Jon Stewart's big Rally to Restore Sanity (Where we take to the streets to send a message to our leader and national media that says: 'We're here! we're only here through six, because we have a sitter!')

But since it is kind of a mock march (which would not surprise me if it turned out to be bigger than they anticipate), I don't want to confuse our wedding for being a mock marriage. ....oh and Denton would never go for that one anyway, so I'm kind of 0 for 2 with that blip of an idea.

So, yes, I kind of have nothing today. I only have 2.5 more months of blogging where it will be once a day, every day for two years. I said it last year, I will need a break from this. That never happened, but I'm feeling a bit uninspired today.

Maybe it's my mood.

Song by: Pearl Jam


A Lewis said...

Dude, it's ALWAYS the mood. I'm right there with you.

Cubby said...

Do you need some help with your job? Here's some advice. Always remember to smile and ask, "Would you like fries with that?"

anne marie in philly said...

dammit dammit dammit, WHY does work always get in the way of real life?

you and denton WILL be married this year...I just used my confetti for kelly and jeff yesterday, but I am saving more for your special day.

can't you tell the clients you have a wedding to attend and that you are the best man in the wedding (not a lie, cause you are!)?

Birdie said...

October is a lovely month to get married. Just give us all enough notice to get tickets to DC.

david Joseph said...

The nice thing is that your thistle bouquet will go with any season and any plaid.