Happy Friday!

That is, if you're not keeled over dead already from the inversion-trapped pollution. Which, sorry, rotten luck.

Have realized that there is a big ol' story I have not actually told on here. I alluded to the drama when GH and I started dating, but I never told the Internet that this was actually Round 2. We dated for a few weeks in the summer of 2007 and things did not end well (my fault), which is another reason why 2007 was a sucky, sucky year. And now there are some stories I would quite like to tell, once I get permission from the other party.

So tune back in on Monday for the first installment, entitled "Our First Kiss, or How I Got this Scar on my Lip."

Pictures will be included.


april said... [reply]

that's quite a teaser. have been enjoying the blog posts even though i've been a slacker commenter lately. oh, and sharing your new year's resolution with my husband ended up with him campaigning for a similar one - so "thanks" (heavy sarcasm) for that. (actually after four kids and 13 years of marriage that really isn't such a hard resolution. i know, i know, more than you wanted to know. sorry!)

Th. said... [reply]


Holy crap!

Now that sounds like can't-miss blogging!

Nemesis said... [reply]

Hahahaha, no worries, April. I only included that resolution because I knew it would be an easy one to keep, what with the 8 months of celibacy in 2008 (and, you know, ever OTHER year before that.)

Th., just you wait.

Saxon said... [reply]

makes mental note to come back on Monday.

Audra said... [reply]

So excited for this! I will be back on Monday!

Kimi said... [reply]

I am excited for this post!!! :)

Jenny said... [reply]

clashing of teeth?!... wow. Can't wait!

Desmama said... [reply]

Do I know this story? I think I do. At any rate, I can't wait to hear it again.

Tattooed-Midget-Freak said... [reply]

I have no idea how else to share this news story with you, but figured you would appreciate it.


The Charm said... [reply]

Nem - I am excited for Monday's installment! By the way, I need some advice on great "read aloud" children's books for a ward service project. They've asked me to do a dramatic reading (ok, read a children's book aloud, but make it fun) and I need some good material. I would totally go with Walter the Farting Dog, buuuuuuuuuuuut I'm not sure it's quite appropriate. So let me know if you have other books you'd recommend. And if I've made a poor assumption that just because you're a librarian you know children's books, just set me straight. :) Love ya, Erica from the Haven of the Deer

Nemesis said... [reply]

Hey, Erica! This is a fun request. Here's a list of some of my faves.

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Eric Carle

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff (or If You Give a Moose a Muffin, etc.)

Click Clack Moo, Cows that Type by Doreen Cronin

No, David! by David Shannon

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems

How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? by Jane Yolen (could also try "How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food" or "How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon," all are hysterical)

I don't know if your audience will be able to see the pictures or not but I hope so. All the books are better if they can see the pictures but with No, David! they'll have to see them for the text to make sense.

The Charm said... [reply]

Great - thanks Nem! :)

Roxie said... [reply]

It's amazing how many couples I know that dated, broke up, got back together, and then got married.

I guess it's better to break up while you are dating then when you are married.

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