And it is Monday again!
Ron and I channel surfed last night after dinner at Bamee (thai noodles, they have the best green tea bubble tea of the thai places). Ended up watching the last half of Alien Resurrection with Raymund Cruz as the soldier DiStefano who later shows up in 24 as the guy that holds up the convenience store that Kim Bauer is in and then his pregnant wife comes in just as he gets shot.
Much to do today. Lots of meetings. Ron’s off for the week so I’m going to try and manage my time best so 1) I don’t feel like he’s enroaching on my work time and 2) he doesn’t feel like work is enroaching on our us time.
Evidently I have a nice ass. And soft hands. That is something I forgot to mention from the Chicago gay bloggers thing. One of the guys said, ‘I have a really inappropriate question…’ And I was expecting something much much racier. ‘What do you do for your butt because it is really great.’ I think it is inherited. My dad has a beef lower half with tree trunk legs and the strong posterior. He’d say it’s from the hardworking Irish side (as opposed to the goose-stepping German side). It wasn’t until I started dating men that I was informed that baby got back. I just hope it isn’t a bubble butt. I think bubble butts on men are just a bit gross. And the soft hands came from the same guy when I shook his hand after meeting him. ‘Oh my God your hands are so soft! Feel his hands!’ Which resulted in a me being passed around and everybody sampling my baby-butt soft hands. I’m no hard laborer but have lifted weights for years (though with gloves) but I think it is from mom’s stocking the shower with Dove soap all those years. You know it has one quarter moisturizing cream, right? And that’s the one that Marilyn Chambers modeled for right (99.44% and then she went Behind the Green Door).
It’s cooled off a bit lately which is nice – the kind of weather I wish we had here all the time.
CNN had a countdown to the ceasefire which was really annoying. Like some big blowout was going to happen at T minus 1 second. Such a disaster from all sides. And the Taliban is back in Afghanistan and Iraq remains a quagmire and Seymour Hersh just published in the New Yorker that Iran is next. Granted, he said that many months ago too.
I need to get my haircut – it is getting helmet-like since last time I got it so short all around and it is bushy. Ron says this is how I looked on our first date.