Monday, July 7, 2014
Summer Rains, Cancelled Road Trips and Indifferent Guy
So what else is new? The BIG ANNUAL trip was called off. Sadly, Dooders pops passed away unexpectedly, so before we even left town for the Pacific Northwest, she had to turn around and drive back to Minneapolis. Sad, huh? Sad for her family. Sad for us, too. We use that trip to re-invigorate ourselves before school starts again. Oh, and JJ slipped and fell down and twisted her knee just like I did last month.
So things are pretty blah right now, but I am dating Indifferent Man. I call him that because I still feel indifferent about him. As in, if he kisses me, so what. And if he doesn't, fine, and in fact, I'm relieved. There are not really any sparks. But he's not so fugly that I need 6 beers to kiss him--so that's a step up from most. Mom asked, "Have you had a little kissie or anything yet?" My response was, "Yeah but it's not high on the priority list. It's right up there with watching ice melt and paint dry."
But, still . . . he's nice to me. As in spoils me silly. In fact, he's the one who took this picture and took me to Deadwood for the day, racing out in front of me to open doors, buys me dinners and wine and candy. He even carries my backpack. He's absolutely so nice to me. BUT, and you always know there's always a big "but" involved.
1. He sings all the time.
And not to cool songs but songs from Disney movies and musicals that I hate to CD's that he makes of his favorite songs. Little despicable ditties like, "It's a Small World After All," or the theme song to "The Lion King." The other day he played a "The Best of the 70's" CD that had "Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head" on it.
"Can you turn on the radio for a while?" I asked over his singing. You know, I may be an asshole, but I don't enjoy listening to people sing along to a song. Thankfully, he has a good singing voice.
"What's your favorite Disney movie?" he asked a while later. He loves Disney movies, too. I HATE Disney movies. I mean, yeah, sure, they were OK--WHEN I WAS 9.
2. And his sense of humor is right up there with Micheal Scott's from The Office.
"Yeah, everyone likes a hot dog from Wrigley Field now and then," I said biting into my jumbo hot dog while we were at the brewery Saturday.
"Wrigley? You mean like Wrigley gum?" he notes and giggles at his "joke." I just stared at him then realized he was making a bad pun. "Am I not being very PUNNY?" he noted and giggled again.
I don't know. Maybe I'm just a giant asshole. Stay tuned.