You know, there are some weeks when nothing happens that's blogworthy. Not the case this past week. Thanks to Rachel and Mr. Daddy at Once Upon A Miracle, I now have a platform to share my oh, so embarrassing story.
Some time ago, I regaled you with an explanation of my affliction, Trichous Inductus Vomitus. I knew that publically sharing my weakness would result in some
I should have known that Bill doesn't need much encouragement to torture me.
I drove Ripley up to the Lodge earlier this week to get Estes all dressed up, not knowing that she had no place to go. Mom and I brushed out our respective horses' manes and tails; Ash painted Estes' hooves; we hung out at the livery for a bit and then got ready to go.
I gathered everything up and climbed into the car. It was a bit overcast out, so I opened my center console to put my sunglasses in and found something that looked like this...
Side note: just looking at the picture is making me heave.
Well, hell, I did what any tough girl with a nickname like GunDiva would do: I squealed like a little girl, slammed the console shut, and jumped out of the car, calling Bill all sorts of not-very-nice names at the top of my lungs in between the heaves.
Let me tell you, I can project from the diaphragm (and I don't mean puking - this time). I projected my displeasure so well that Compass at the livery across the street heard me.
Bill finally dug the grossness out of my car and threw it away.
Ash just laughed.
T!nK at This Is How It Feels has applied to be on a documentary about being gay in America. I think he's got a good story to tell, especially about how he was discharged from the Army under Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Part of how the documentary is cast is based on public voting. What I'm asking of my Blogfia family members is to vote for T!nK (real name: Nathanael) daily and repost this if you'd be so kind. He's currently in second place, behind a woman who has also applied, but who is not gay. Yeah, go figure. She's applied to be on a documentary called "Out in America", which will highlight life as a GLBT person in America and she's straight.