And scant minutes after The Garveys were back and connected to the e-outside world, he’d already posted to his blog. Ah, priorities. Next, he’ll probably look for porn.
Did you notice I wrote “The Garveys” up there? Yeah, that’s right. We’re a family now. I have a wife, and the tiny one-finger handcuffs to prove it. The last few days have actually been a lot of fun – moving eastward in a four car caravan (well, three cars, and one hugh-jass truck), cramming nine rooms worth of “stuff” into a one bedroom apartment, couch shopping, jokes about old school and a “nice little Sunday planned”, etc. Here are a few things that the wife and I have noticed:
-I have more clothes than Lisa. She has more shoes.
-Band-aides really are racist, if you think about it.
-As of right now, I am paying for cable for the first time since college. I am SO growns up.
-Dave The Upstairs Neighbor is not only very cool, but graduated from ALS and has offered me his outlines. This made me do the happy dance.
-Albanians love to jaywalk. Albanians from Albany, I mean, not from Albania. Which isn’t to say that those from Albania don’t jaywalk, I’ve just never been on a road in Albania, and in the past week I’ve almost killed at least a dozen people here in Albany.
-Want to make God laugh? Tell Him your plans for the future.
-I watched the Iron Giant again the other day and noticed I’d never wondered what had happened to Hogarth’s father. There is a picture on his bedside table, though, of a man in a fighter jet, so can we assume he was lost in action? And if so, I wonder how Hogarth feels about his mom going from “Air Force pilot” to “beatnik artist” by the end of the movie.
-Power tools are awesome. Drywall anchors really are, at times, necessary.
-I’ve got blisters on my fingers…
Yeah, I miss Buffalo, but I like the way my life is now, and it isn’t like I won’t be going back any time soon. In the meantime, I’m going to enjoy my new couch.
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