Sep 1, 2006

good news

i love my new house. nothing beats life in the basket. i got a raise today. which means i can pay tuition after all. 'early' day actually meant early day today. i've been using the phrase 'rockin' robin' in all kinds of sweet contexts. my sister-in-law is pregnant. my pockets are full of candy corn taffy. i just finished eating a BBQ'd burger and already have two more BBQs on the horizon. no work on monday. new ward on sunday. equals all my church clothes are brand new again because no one knows the difference. our kitchen window is huge and cheerful. it's 75 degrees outside. i currently have 3 nephews being potty trained. hunter anderson is my cousin. i'm headed to Target in T minus twenty.

7 comments:

Obvious Expert said...

Rockin' Robin, Kate. Rockin' Robin.

solidcommagirl said...

hey, i take that back. that hot blond guy on Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame might have married a gypsy, but no one knows for sure. so yeah, i guess its true :)

Obvious Expert said...

Oh, if we're really talking about marrying gypsies, I met this German guy who did. Smartest gypsy I ever met.

veronica said...

Didn't that guy Robin in England marry a gypsy, then she ran away with the other gypsies? Or did she leave him to become a gypsy? All I'm saying is gypsies and matrimony don't mix.

Obvious Expert said...

This is probably a given, but, gypsies marry other gypsies all the time.

kate said...

Yeah. Robin married a gypsy alright. A 'tame' gypsy, sworn to a life of Christianity and motherhood. Until 3 years ago. When the sound of the tambourine called her back to the ways of her wanderin' roots. Now Robin's just got 5 half-gypsy children. I wish him luck.

veronica said...

My brother knows gypsies in his mission. He said they're generally sketchy in nature. I hope he doesn't marry any of them. Why are we still watching Cover Shot right now?