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Saturday, July 26, 2008

Things I have learned on my vacation so far.

I'm in Washington D.C. this weekend, to get some sleep, visit my sister and see my son sing with his choir at the National Cathedral*, not necessarily in that order. These are some things I have learned:

  • Not everyone has coffee at their house.
  • If you eat a turkey wrap from Subway on the road, rather than a big chicken biscuit and fries, you don't get horrifying gas a tummy ache.
  • It's very easy to embarrass married dudes who are staring at you. And also very funny.
  • With few exceptions, men in Washington are (1) gay or (2) creepy and married. And there are exceptions. If you know of any, email me. My sister is currently more or less single and open to suggestions (and pretty hot, I think!) She would like someone handsome, preferably with a job and a good personality (i.e. laughs at her jokes. And mine.)
  • Women in Washington aren't necessarily as mean assertive as I am. I, for example, would make fun of my husband mercilessly if he stared at other women when he was with me. I wouldn't pout about it, either. Those simpering ladies need a blog. If you have a blog, your husband knows he's only one ogle away from total humiliation.
  • Christian Louboutins really are more comfortable than mortal shoes.
  • I think it's really pretentious for a restaurant in the United States, in the middle of the summer, to serve water at room temperature. Give me a break. And some effing ice, while you're at it.
  • I think about my family a lot when I'm out of town, especially my husband.
That's it for now.

Namasté, y'all!

* Ahem. Not to brag, but did you know HE SINGS LIKE AN ANGEL? And LOOKS LIKE ONE, TOO? I love him so much!


Don Mills Diva said...

Are you kidding me?

Who doesn't have coffee at their house?

Sorry I couldn't get past that!
I'm sure your son was terrific.

Anonymous said...

Want details about:!

- embarrassing married dudes;

- pouty, simpering ladies;

- almost girl fight (twitter)

... 'cause I can be kinda catty, I mean curious, like that. ;o)

Anne Wolfe Postic said...

Good morning, Anonymous. I would happily give you details - but I don't know how to reach you!


Lizzie said...

There's a great coffee place right across the street from me, a Starbucks 1 block away, and I'm not a huge fan of coffee anyway. Little did I know my sister would out me for being a coffee-less loser! I did have eggs and OJ though.