Wednesday, November 22, 2006

I feel loooooooooooooove!

The day before a holiday in a federal office building is always a lonely place to be. In my new schedule, I’m up in the dark and rushing to the office as quick as I can. My goal is to pick up E as soon as possible to ameliorate some of the guilt for dropping him off at daycare. The traffic was very light this morning. I was zipping around the city with incredible ease. I feel like I’ve been mentally checked out this whole week to be honest and I’m looking forward to the holiday.

Thanksgiving is very cool in our house. You see we left to pick up E the day after Thanksgiving. It’s hard to believe its been a year now. There are certainly days that I with I could just walk out of the house, just grabbing my keys and head to a nice restaurant but each day brings a new surprise…. Just this week, the little boo has started saying “I love you.” OK, you just bought yourself a whole lot of fits on that one. That’ll maybe take you to age 12 or 13.

When you think about it Thanksgiving is a pretty bogus holiday but now we’ve got the best reason to celebrate.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!!

/ Management is not responsible for extreme mushiness of this post. Medical staff is on hand to care for any sugar overdosage should it occur.


BriteYellowGun said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you too. The time will only continue to fly by...I keep telling ours, "Could you just stay little? Please?"

Traffic? What's that? I drive into the city at 4:30 a.m. I'm usually about the only car on the road.

RIC said...

Happy Thanksgiving to the family, Brian! Enjoy it as much as you can! They stay little only for a short while, unfortunately.

Mike said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Brian and family!

Minge said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

Red7Eric said...

I'm all loaded up on cynicism just now, so your mushiness went down like a lovely tonic. Thanks for that -- hope you had a wonderful holiday.

Mark said...

Mushy..........never.....I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day and felt so full that you had to take a long walk just to feel good again.