I normally wouldn't have a problem with that, but y'all, this is a sexy smelling men's cologne and it's distracting! I love it when I come across a good smelling man. I used to make my boyfriends uncomfortable at times because if they just naturally smelled good (maybe it's a pheromone thing?) or wore cologne that I liked, I'd pretty much latch myself to them and just sniff them for a while. That actually sounds pornier than it should, but it's true.
I think that because I don't see very well, my sense of smell is heightened more than it should be. Because of that, I am affected by scents almost more than any other thing. I can't help it! It's a very primal thing. Of course, with great power comes great disappointment. If I don't like the way a person smells, it can ruin the way I feel about them. If I really don't like the way they smell, I can't be around them at all.
Good grief, I just made myself sound like a golden retriever. :) Well, at least I don't bark. OK, well, sometimes I do.
Anyway, so this cologne is awesome and would smell good on a man, and Steve doesn't like wearing cologne, so I need someone who will volunteer to wear this stuff (I don't even know what it's called) so I can just stand by and sniff you. That's not a weird request, is it? Anyone?
Eh, I can probably find someone on Craigslist! ; )
2) I hurt myself this morning when I was getting some Jell-O for my lunch. I hurt myself on Jell-O. How is that even a thing that can happen? That's more embarrassing than the time I hurt myself crocheting.
3) Last Saturday night, Steve, Anthony and I went out together for the evening. We started out at the food truck rally, which would have been cool if the lines weren't so darn long! The only things I was interested in trying had ridiculously long lines, and we didn't have a lot of time, so I ended up having a hipster, Margarita popsicle for dinner. It was very good, hipster or not! I should have fancy popsicles for dinner more often! :)
After that, we went to a play Anthony had heard about. It was very unusual. I don't mean it was bad, because it wasn't, it was just very different from what I'm used to. For starters, it was held in an old, historic house that I didn't even know existed called The Lowry House. It was a really beautiful house, and I wish I'd had time to tour it, but there were a lot of people wondering around and I didn't want to lose my seat, so we sat and waited for the show to begin. We saw "Bluebeard: the Trial of Gilles de Rais" which was the story about the man who inspired the fairy tale Bluebeard. Only instead of killing his wives, he seems to have been a child rapist and serial killer. Maybe. No one really knows if he actually did those awful things or if he was only accused of them and then admitted to them so that he wouldn't be tortured. The play was set up like a trial. It was actually interesting, if not a bit long. The main guy (Gille de Rais) was a fantastic actor, and as far as I could tell, they were all local folks. so it was both odd and impressive.
Once it was over, all of the actors stood outside in a kind of receiving line so that you could talk to them as you left. I know it was rude and I shouldn't have done it, but I felt too awkward talking to them, so I just ran past them all and hid in the car. I'm an awful person, but I was just too shy. I might have shouted that they did a good job as I went by, but I can't be sure any of them heard it. :(
4) I'm sure I've mentioned this before, but it bears repeating: How did the couple in The Pina Colada song not end up in a screaming fight when they met up with each other? Basically, we are led to believe that they are perfectly OK with the fact that each of them were caught getting ready to cheat on the other one, but there wasn't a problem because they still ended up together at the end? I call shenanigans.
I think they needed couples therapy, not rum drinks.
5) I accidentally killed a turtle over the weekend. I feel really terrible about it. Its ghost will probably haunt me. It will haunt me slowly!