Friday, September 17, 2010

Feel Me Up Friday: She got it on her face. Again.

First things first. Has anyone seen my glasses *checks toilet*?

Okay second, #thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou to every one who read, commented and/or donated to the cause. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, read yesterday's post. It doesn't get more real, or hit closer to home than this.

And third, this just in: the mother supports Team Candyland. Just look at that enthusiasm. She obviously can't wait to spread the word about J2W in such a stylish way. Her excitement is effing inspiring....
Random Fact: A few days back, Candyland decided to partake in a delightful, handmade s'more. The child was in bed, it seemed like an innocent enough treat. So I gobbled the thing down my suckhole...wait... I meant to say, I gobbled the thing down my
...with no regard to how incredibly messy the oozing chocolate and marshmallow really was. I enjoyed every last bite. Sometime later, the hubs said I had chocolate on my face so I casually swiped a sleeve across my face and called it a day. Insert multiple face-to-face interactions between the hubs and myself over the course of HOURS.

Fast forward to a trip to the bathroom. (do you see where this is going...). I caught a quick glance of myself in the mirror and found not a small trace of graham, but many thick streaks of melted chocolate plastered on my cheek, forehead, and even a little on my eyelid (its a wonder he takes me out to eat in public at all). Thanks, dear...

Random Fact: Yesterday morning, after waking in a sleepy stooper, I turned the computer on but nothing happened. Dead battery and, the charger was missing. In the place I usually leave it was, instead, a small, black cord I'd never seen before. I tore through the house, ransacking clean, neatly folded laundry, pulling out drawers, and everything in between with tears filling my eyes. At about a minute past sanity, I pulled the mysterious cord from the cabinet and stuck it in the computer, out of curiosity.

To my surprise, it fit. I was stunned. And the computer was actually charging. "WTF?" I thought. It was only about a half an hour before I realized...wait for it...wait....IT WAS THE SAME EFFING CORD I WAS LOOKING FOR. If you see my mind anywhere, let me know.

After yesterday this feel up was more than I could have imagined. Thanks for being so gentle. That's why I love you and your keyboard pounding hands, friends. Until Monday (when I hope my head's on straight), tell me, would your significant other let you write SUCKHOLE on their face?
Candyland (I think). OUT.

23 comments:

Renae said...

S'mores are the best...but I wouldn't recommend eating them in public. I love that you tore through the house to find something that wasn't lost! If it makes you feel better I do the same thing myself so my mind is probably with yours!

Samantha Vérant said...

OH MY GOD. No, my husband, who is French, would not let me write suck hole on his face. EVR. NVR. EVR. Plus, you should have heard me trying to explain what shut your pie hole means. This does not translate into French. At all. Ferme ta trou de la tarte. It made no sense to him. Have a good w/end.

salarsenッ said...

I really love your hubby. I love the way he supports you. I love your Friday posts. Do you think I miss my hubby???

aspiring_x said...

oh my goodness! you make me laugh! my hubs would never let me write on his face voluntarily, now whether i've tried to wrestle him down and write on him anyway... that's another question. :)

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Anne said...

Oh my goodness. I think you need a vacation! But I need one too. Today I tried saying veins but my mind went to noggin (yeah, don't ask). Unfortunately it came out vanoggin and Chad decided it sounded like some new yet totally crazy body part.

Linda G. said...

Mmmm. S'mores. Now I want one.

Also, your hubs is the best sport ever.

Justine Dell said...

Um, no. But sounds like your hubs is pretty darn awesome!

~JD

Jaydee Morgan said...

Mine isn't so ...what's the word...er, willing. But kudos to your hubs for being such a sport!

And don't worry, you're not alone. I've looked for things I was carrying in my hand before.

Matthew Rush said...

What exactly are you doing in that picture with your mom Beth? A pop and lock routine? Your spine appears to be bent at a very uncomfortable (or else awesome) angle.

Mara Nash said...

Ha! I've so had those "I lost it but it's really right in front of me" moments. I prefer to have them when no one is around to witness, tho.

And Hubs would probably let me write on his face, but never take a pic of it...not in this lifetime!

(p.s. I love salarsen's shoes pic. Those are awesome!)

LTM said...

I have to get him really drunk first...

that story about the cord was very confusing to me. I think it suck holed my brain. ;p <3

Kelly Breakey said...

My hubs will let me write anything on his face I want as long as he doesn't have to go out in public or get his picture taken.

Rock on.

BTW I am playing my New Medicine CD right now!

VICTORIA SAAVEDRA said...

S'mores are delicious. I love to eat them with apple cider, weird mix I know but so good!

C.E. said...

my husband wont even let me fix his eyebrows. SUCK HOLE would have to be done under the cover of night. Not a bad idea though for the next time he pisses me off and then goes to sleep...

Kelly Dexter said...

I bet your hubby had a hell of a time waiting for you to walk by a mirror :-)

I don't currently have a significant anything, but if I did and had a good reason for wanting to write suckhole on their face, I hope they would oblige.

Nathalie said...

I love how you make me feel less crazy. Knowing there are people out there like me is effing inspiring to say the least.

P.S. Smores are great, but don't eat them hot, cause the stringy mess hurts when it sticks.

Elana Johnson said...

Dude, I felt your panic when you couldn't find that cord!! And I love that you said, "About a minute past sanity." That's brilliant. Happy weekend!

Anonymous said...

Suck hole on my face? Being a guy, it would depend on who's doing the writing. Ugly old hag? No way! Candylands mom? For sure! Candyland? Ohhh yeah! Erick? Sorry dude - not a chance! LOL
Sebi

Riv Re said...

Poor Candace XD. I'm still trying to wrap my head around you not noticing it was the same cord.
"minute past sanity" that's precious. i might just steal that line.

Tawna Fenske said...

I am so excited for my husband to fall asleep tonight so I can do that to his face. Thank you for the inspiration.

Tawna

Deborah said...

That was so funny! Your husband must be a riot, well to other people probably! LOL
I love smores and I would probably have them all over my shirt too!
Have a great weekend!
xxoo
Deborah

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

Your husband is amazing...I love how devoted he is to you and your blog. :) I hope he has a well deserved good weekend...