Posted By Kathleen David on February 25, 2005
The Wendy Froud class is closed. They have set up an e-mail list if you want to find out when the next class is. Given the interest that they had, I
“I am grateful for a husband who shovels walks so I don
Robin got a kick out of shoveling after the blizzard, as it was the first time he’d ever shoveled. Where he grew up in England, the town council takes care of that, it’s not the tenants’ (or even property owners’) job to shovel. Now that we’ve had a couple more snowfalls he’s not as enamored of shoveling, so I’ve been trying to talk him into letting me do it, but he gets all macho on me…
Yeah, well, it doesn’t snow very much here in Raleigh, North Carolina, and when it does, it’s rarely over two or three inches. Still, over the last five years or so, it’s dropped twenty inches or so on us about three times. it’s amazing how something so light and fluffy can weigh so darn much when it gets together with several million of it’s friends.
“Okay, I admit it, I’m into gender roles. ”
And we’re all ever so stunned to hear you say THAT.
The snow-shoveling hasn’t come up with us, since our entire existence as a married couple has been in California … but we’re moving back to the Northeast this summer and will undoubtedly have to deal with more of the white stuff then.
I’ll certainly be willing and happy to do it, but I’ll likely be just as happy if Lisa decides it’s something she’d like to do.
Meanwhile, I’ve been puzzling all day over the meaning of “RTBTCKI.” Best I can come up with is Ready To Bottle The Caroline, Kathleen Is”, but I’ll give thousands-to-one odds that’s not what you had in mind.
Oh, geez. Just got it. You’ve used it before for titles, haven’t you?
Being in the same condition helps, I understand RTBTCKI now.
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