I did not have to get up at three to take Mr. Moon to the airport. He drove himself and Hank is coming over in awhile to get me and take me there to pick up Mr. Moon's car. I am so grateful.
I did get up to tell my husband good-bye. I even offered to cook him some breakfast but he thanked me and said that coffee and some muffins and a yogurt would do nicely.
Then he shaved his beard.
I'm not sure why, but that disturbed me.
It disturbed me at three a.m. and it disturbs me now.
Now I'm going to go wash everything in the house with scented detergent and rinse it all in Suavitel which is a cheap-ass fabric softener that reminds me of Mexico with its artificial lavender odor. Haha!
I'm not kidding.
I guess it's sort of like burning sage but not really. Do people still do that? Burn sage?
Okay. I just googled "Suavitel" and found this:
It's the website of a person who is so upset by his or her neighbor's use of a fabric softener that he or she is starting a class action suit against Colgate Palmolive. Good luck with that!
Oh my god. I now want to use TONS of Suavitel. I wish that was my neighbor.
Not really. I swear though, people get upset about the weirdest things. I know I do. I have spent approximately forty-eight hours writing a comment to a blog and then deleting it. I do this over and over. I SO want to comment on this particular blog but I just can't bring myself to do it. I know the woman who writes it would probably have to go to bed with nervous anxiety for a month if I did. If I told her what I really think about what she wrote yesterday she'd probably start internally hemorrhaging. Do you ever do this? Want SO badly to tell someone something but know that it's not the right thing to do? That in the end, it would accomplish absolutely nothing except increase the negative energy in the universe?
Also, I'm afraid she'd just shut down her blog entirely and I get a perverse delight in reading it. My pleasures are so few, I'd hate to lose one.
Do you see how mean I am? No wonder my husband shaved his beard and took off to hunt in Canada for eight days. He did leave me a love note on a paper plate. He's very romantic. And I will keep that paper plate forever. I am very romantic too. This, my friends, is what keeps love alive and marriage intact!
All right. I better get moving around here. Time's a wastin'! The boys are coming over again this afternoon! I have to wash stuff in heavily scented chemicals! I have to eat! Hank will be here soon!
It's a beautiful day in Lloyd, Florida. I hope it's a beautiful day where you are too. At the very least, we can all (most of us) be cheered that Obama will be president for another four years.
Love...Ms. Moon, The Hunting Widow
Billy just sent me the link to about the best video I've ever seen. Because I love you, I am sharing it with you. I just love Billy. You do too. You may not know it, but you do.
Bless our hearts. Amen.