1) it’s a fine line between awareness and irritation.
2) it’s almost more fun taking the Meyers Briggs test for your spouse.
3) nothing warms my heart cockles quite like hearing the bug geek out from a floor away. Thanks dr who.
4) stubby hubs hunk makes much better nachos than I do.
5) I forgot there were boobs in sixteen candles. The bug actually bolted from the room like a spooked heifer.
6) dudes dig a chick in a hat.
7) in all of the times that I have watched sixteen candles, last night was the first that someone grabbed my hand at the last scene between Sam and Jake. Love that man of mine.
8) the bug did return to the movie sighting the need to reheat his nachos for his earlier departure.
9)tweaking your dogs nipple is inappropriate, says the goose. Then she tweaked it anyway.
10) it’s good to be home.
And one to grow on:
There are plenty of times that people’s recommendations are welcome. Child birth, education, and maybe even marriage. When it comes to the questions of end of life preparation, it’s best to keep your opinions to yourself. It is a very private decision to bring hospice in. To manage our loved one’s pain. To begin the process of saying goodbye. A friend will sit beside them and listen. A friend will do their best to support the needs of those in the very tough situation. It is no easy task to begin the process of saying goodbye. The best you can do is provide comfort and a safe place to fall.