A. One of the girls at my McDonald's noticed my ticket to the Marvel show on Saturday-- which rocked, btw. Anyway, she told me that she liked superheroes. On impulse I pulled out my my knitting pouch and showed her Batman and Superman, macking each other hard.
She was shocked, titillated, and, I could tell, interested.
I drove away and left her like that. Maybe tomorrow, I'll give her a card!
B. I quit drinking diet soda in January. Contrary to all reports, I did not automatically lose weight, gain a better complexion, or develop heightened mental acuity.
However, my digestion is better, and, as evidenced by my dentist appointment today, my gums are healthier.
The downside of this was that I giggled all the way through my dental cleaning, because IT FUCKING TICKLES.
They like me there, though. They've known me since I was a kid. They look forward to taking care of ZB's teeth, which will need more metal than the Bay Bridge to reconfigure. Hell-- my family? We've probably bought my dentist's motorcycle. We're solid that way.
C. I am not allowed to post this, but I wish I could. Chicken sent me a video of her and her friend dressed in costume dancing in a classroom. I still don't understand the school assignment that drove them to it, but a Super Chicken in Steampunk Goggles singing "Uptown Funk" is one of those things you will never forget.
I want a still for her wedding album.
I want to show it to her children.
want to stop giggling over my little girl having fun, because it really was my happy for the day.
D. I blew up the picture of Geoffie-- I was was trying to prove she wasn't a muppet. Tough job, that-- she looks less like a real dog than ever.