Thursday, January 20, 2005

morning feat

This morning, I managed to get myself and Rebecka ready, pack our lunches, do the dishes, throw a load of laundry in the washer (could you switch it over to the dryer (gentle cycle) when it's done, honey??), remember to bring more soymilk, extra shoes for my walking lunch date with Joanne, and saffransbröd for my pal Brian, AND scrape the ice off the car in time to take Rebecka up to the bus stop.

All this in one (1) short, teeny, little hour... I really impressed myself... It will probably never happen again. :)

I love getting to work early... More time for blogging...

PS. I find it interesting that in my last post, people were a lot more interested in my PS and PPS than the actual content of the post. Hmmm. Maybe I should always reverse the body and the PS and make the PS the post and the post the PS... Perhaps not today though... Perhaps not ever... Is "never" short for "not ever"?

6 comments:

katie said...

this serves as more proof to my theory that you are 'super tabita'!

Balaji said...

How did you manage all that in one hour? I belong to the slow variety when it comes to getting ready for work... I probably do 1/10th of what you did but still end up taking an hour and fifteen... my legs just refuse to cooperate in the mornings.
"People" were probably being prudish and hence chose to concentrate on politics rather than talk about the snowflake panties and the thermostat man. :p

Tabita said...

i'm only as super as the people around me enable me to be... ;)

Todd said...

Actually, I think I did mention that I liked the snowflake panties. My hunch is that most of the men who read the post liked that part of the story too, though they didn't want to come across as perverts by commenting on it. Also, if you think about it, it kind of sounds like the plot of a bad adult movie: a woman in her underwear in a public dressing room, the "thermostat guy" strolls into the room, one thing leads to another...

Fluffy said...

If it makes you feel better, Tab, I wasn't really interested in your PS and PPS. I found your observations about politics to be trite, shallow, and altogether underwhelming.

Love,
Fluffy

Balaji said...

I think you nailed that one Todd! And I guess being the husband gives you the right to talk about the panties in question without coming off as a pervert.
Recently a fellow blogger pulled her comment section down because of some psychotic readers.
We all can learn a thing or two from Dooce about dealing with reader comments!