Monthly Archives: April 2009

Snog and Blog

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We listed them as our “potentially scary to a partner” thing, me my blog, he his child.  Today he mentioned that despite my warnings about my blog challanging boundary issues, I had yet to mention him.

I explained that when you have a blog audience, you introduce someone to them as a friend, or as a boyfriend, and not at all until you know which.  You know, sort of like your child.

‘Cept I think I just broke my rule.  Hopefully y’all are old enough to understand.

I just got an invitation …

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… to my father’s second wedding in a year.   Who ever she is, she must have noticed my conspicuous absence in his life.

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What I don’t understand is why he even mentions me to women.  If he left me out of his life story, we’d both be better off.  He wouldn’t have to explain why I don’t have anything to do with him, and I wouldn’t have to search for a box to check under “attending” that says, “ARE YOU KIDDING ME?”

But once again I find that the lack of a response says everything I have to say.

P.S. Did I mention she’s coming to visit?

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Lola – I just got an email from a republican organization that teaches about taxes, budgets, proposal, civil law, ect (my in-laws are members). The grammar is so horrible, I want to edit and send it back!

Valancy Jane – DO IT.
CC your in-laws.

Lola – I am doing it!!

Valancy Jane – I have never been more proud of you.