There’s something rather captivating about jokes coming from a 3 year old. It probably has to do with the mixture of Norm MacDonald-esque anti-humor delivery followed by the self-gratifying laugh of Jimmy Falcon. In the end, you just can’t beat the material.
K: Knock knock.
Me: Who’s there?
Me: Blueberry who?
K: Blueberry who wanted to hold celery’s hand!
Or her classic bit:
K: Why did the chicken cross the road?
K: To get to Costco!
That’s gold! I crack up no matter how many times I hear it.
Did I use that title before? Oh well, no one is coming here for originality anyway. Actually, no one is probably coming here at all…
Anyway, this was the scene a couple days ago:
Those are my beautiful girls heading off for a week and a half of fun and sun sans… me. No rest for the weary, I had to bail on these vacation plans due to my popularity at work these days. This is only my third time being separated from them at night, and the first time it’s more than a couple nights.
I’m sure many of you out there have been apart from your spouse and/or kids many times, but I’m spoiled by a rather comfortable life in that respect. Supposedly I should be able to accomplish a lot during this “alone” time, but I have my doubts. So far its been all about scavenging for food in the fridge and getting caught up with Archer. Maybe this weekend will offer more opportunities.
And as far as relaxing goes, that insane chocolate double stout I had on Wednesday helped get me to bed rather soundly. But there’s only so much drinking alone one can do before it begins to smack of desperation. Perhaps I should offer myself up with a bottle of wine to anyone else looking for scintillating conversation…
Yeah, that sounds much less desperate.