Sunday, February 17, 2008

Lonely blogger

My parents came into town last week and tried to go home today but the weather forced them to stay. They leave tomorrow back to sunny Florida and then everyone else leaves on Thursday for Mexico. I'm scared of my old, scary house - especially after seeing the Spiderwick Chronicles (the scariest movie ever!) last night - so keep me in your thoughts as you make plans over the next week:

"Oh, we're doing something fun and not scary . . . we should invite Sponge."

"I have a big, nasty dog that I need a house for for a week - I wonder if there's anywhere I can keep him . . . "

"Who is that ogre stalking outside that cute, yellow house? I should stun him with a spell and save the poor unassuming girl inside."

Or, at least dont TP my house this weekend. I get really jumpy and I know where the air rifle is . . .


meesha.v said...

If something scary happens, run to your computer, post an urgent message on your blog and someone will be there in ..a day or two. Also I wouldn't advertise your aloneness- you know TKC scans local blogs for vulnerable women.

Doc said...

meesha -

i doubt she's vulnerable, and she's waaaaaay to educated for Tony to even approach.

...still, he DID all but ask Erin out to the High School Prom a week or two ago - it was tres weird, in that classic lonely latino way.

"The D" said...

Umm, isn't the Spiderwick Chronicles a kids movie?

KC Sponge said...

Umm, so Meesha, my 5 readers are pretty punctual in reading my blogs as I post them. AND, there is a big difference between lonliness and aloneness - I'm far from alone . . . =)

Thanks, Doc!

The D - it was, but even in the most gruesome, scary movies, there are down times. Nick Nolte with freaky contacts and dialog breaks like "I hate you and don't ever want to live with you" hardly qualify. I wanted more pretty fairies. Dangit.

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