Well, that’s what they told us. Words can’t express how beautiful this is to me. Seeing that little heart beat today made it all hit me.
I’m sure I’ll post more funny goofy silliness about having a daughter eventually, but right now I’m just so happy and I wanted to share. I can’t wait to meet her!
Also, the feet on the printout were adorable, but I could be biased:
I’ve noticed a trend of people leaving early at punk rock shows and at hockey games. I’m sure it’s happening other places too. It’s glaringly obvious that as a society our attention spans are shortening while our focus hones in on our own satisfaction. I guess I’ll have to give into the trend.
Here’s my list of more suggested places to leave early…
- When Dining Out – Order something you don’t like for dessert, then leave before it gets there because you don’t want it anyway. Brave diners can also skip paying the bill.
- The Doctor’s Office – No clocks in the waiting room? Making you routinely wait for an hour later than your scheduled appointment time, yet whining if you’re 10 minutes late? Leave before the doctor gets there, you probably don’t want to hear the results anyway.
- The Movies – They’re all remakes any more anyway. Haven’t you already seen this? You know how it’s going to end. Chances are you’re texting or even talking on your phone the whole time anyway.
- Church – Just getting in the door counts, right? Leave before all that pesky sermon about morals and other nonsense… and get to the local diner/brunch buffet before everyone else!
- Work – Eight hours? That’s just crazy.
Have any more suggestions?
What the hell is this?
This Facebook status seemed quite popular. Thought I’d blog about it, and get some more input. There are 2 points here that seem to universally annoy us… People talking loudly (or at all) on cell phones in public places, and people that talk about disgusting things when you’re trying to eat.
So I'm sitting at Chick-fil-A...
The original text…
So, I’m sitting at Chick-fil-A tonight, trying to enjoy some chicken nuggets and some chicken noodle soup… and some crazy Yinzer lady is about 4 booths away screaming into her cell phone, talking about infections, site-wounds, dialysis, and MRSA.
Besides it just being rude to be on your phone there in a public place…
Really? Everyone around is trying to eat. I wish I could pass gas on demand. I would have made several runs (pardon the pun) past her table.
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Click the pic above to magnify the first wave of comments, and if you want check out this old post for reference: Excuse me, I’m eating.
So, what’s your take on disgusting topics during meals, public cell phone users, and the unholy intersection of the two?
Image by j.reed via Flickr
Over my lifetime, I’ve amassed a list of words and subjects that I’d rather not discuss while eating. This includes dining out, eating dinner at home with my wife, with a large group, or even just snacking.
This especially applies to family gatherings. For some reason, dinner conversation always comes around to operations, infections, and/or feces when I’m with my family, and oddly… this extends to my wife’s family too.
There are just some things I don’t want to think about or even hear mentioned while I’m shoveling food into my face. I’m I alone in this? Please tell me I’m not alone. I can’t watch Dirty Jobs while I’m eating either.
Here’s a short list of words and subjects that I don’t want to hear while I’m eating…
- Infection / Infected
- Anything ending in “ectomy“
- Poop, diarrhea, feces, shit, crap, etc.
- Diaper (…especially when it leads to a discussion of use and/or contents.)
- Vomit, “Throw up”, puke, regurgitate, etc.
- “Soupy” describing anything other than soup.
- Anything describing a recent doctor’s visit.
- Anything describing a recent dentist visit.
- The word “Hospital”, because it never leads to anything good.
I’m sure there are more, but these are the most offensive. What would you add to the list?