Do you know just how awesome it was to have you home this weekend? I don't want to be all sappy-like, but it made for a really good Saturday O' Errand-running/shopping/etc with our little family. Those times fill up my love-tank like whoa. So, thanks. I realize if you could you'd have every weekend off work. But, maybe it makes me appreciate them more?
Either way, thanks. We love you tons.
PS: none of the following events would have been as fun without you.
Dear salesman in Best Buy,
I didn't particularly like it when you called my daughter a "flirt" because she smiled & waved at you. She smiles at everyone. I laughed it off though, and moved on.
But at the end of the sale, when you went and made that old-dirty-man remark to her, like "you better stop looking at me that way, pretty lady, or people will start rumors about us" bullshizz I wanted to smack you. It wasn't funny, and? It was kind of distasteful. You took it too far.
It almost voided the sale. No, really.
don't ever talk about my girl that way Momma-Bear
Dear Server at The Restaurant Of Choice this weekend,
Lingering awkwardly around our table was kinda weird, not gonna lie. I've waited tables before, I know the drill. Be nice, a little friendly chit-chat is okay, but trying to talk our ear off about your hot sports car? No good.
I could honestly care less about your Thunderbird that's "dying for a spin". I'd rather talk about my kids poop to be perfectly honest.
Oh, and when you come in to check on our table mid-smoke-break, and bring a huge puff of cigarette smoke with you? It literally makes me want to vomit.
A paying, would kind of like to enjoy my meal in peace customer.
It's a shame, really. I avoid you--often. We simply cannot justify that amount of money spent on coffee. But, thanks to my friend Gina we had a gift card. So we splurged, per-say.
But you royally messed up Declan's order. He ended up with a hot chai when the man hates tea. And guess where we ended up stopping five minutes later?
At least you got my order right