Every now and then the Fab Hub suggests that I write a post about how awesome he is. I honestly don’t know if he’s totally serious or kidding because he thinks I won’t actually do it.
Sometimes, though, an opportunity presents itself and you just gotta take it.
The Fab Hub is indeed awesome for many reasons. I probably don’t tell him that often enough. And I’m sure I don’t tell him often enough that nearly twelve years later, I still have a terrible crush on him.
I know, I know…the last edition of Soup of the Week was way more than a week ago. There was this little inconvenience called Super-Obnoxious-Storm Sandy in there so we were without power for a few days. Then there was the week of dealing with the aftermath of catching up on all the things that didn’t get finished during Sandy week. And there was the little matter of some big deadlines at the day job to deal with – working around the power outage issue, of course. But what really matters is that life is back to whatever normal is…just in time to disrupt it with the start of the holiday season!
I love Friday nights. There is something about the start of a few days with no commitments, no obligations, and only the possibility of filling it with whatever you choose to do or not do, as the case may be.
Somehow Friday was the longest day ever. Usually, the day flies by pretty fast for me, but not yesterday. Maybe it is because I was so anxious for it to be Friday night. But the afternoon finally arrived and then…the afternoon and evening flew by too fast! What the…
So my Friday Favorites never happened. But here they are, in all their tardiness, for your weekend enjoyment.
It’s not a wedding if you don’t have some weird stuff happen. And weird stuff happens at everyone’s wedding – even if they won’t admit it. Or maybe it’s that they just didn’t necessarily know about it…
Everybody knows that kids say the darndest things. There was a TV show about it, right? Bill Cosby was the host and it was based on material from an old Art Linkletter show. You can YouTube that and get some good laughs.
Our Kidzilla, of course, comes out with a few winners every now and then. I posted about the funny things that Zilla’s actions have prompted Fab Hub and me to say here.
But fairly often Zilla blurts out a few funny lines of her own. They’re funny in the way that all kid-isms are funny, sure. But the best part is that Our Daughter has impeccable comedic timing and tosses in precision tone of voice and facial expressions to supplement her one-liners. The end result often leaves us in teary-eyed hysterics.