Things Aren’t Always As They Seem

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Hooking UP and Snow

Like that title??? Two things that are related yes but not in this post. I did however read an article about how more babies are conceived in the winter months. Gotta keep warm somehow! So the other day I was out shoveling the snow. You see that is what happens when your husband is out of town half your life, you get really good at shoveling snow. I also noticed that the trash can was still out three days after it was picked up. I miss the south!! What happened to the whole neighborhood feel? I think if you were an eighty year old women you would still have to get out that shovel and drag your trash out here. GRR. Can you tell that I am bitter. I think that it is really sad when neighbors don't look out for each other. I miss the south where everyone treats you like family.

Ok, on to the hooking up. So I have to tell you I am totally grossed out. I was watching a show the other day where they met someone and hooked up for the night. I am totally grossed out by that. Here you are with someone that you know nothing about, sharing yourself in the most extreme way possible. Seems really gross to me. Might be a bit naive, but I think it is totally gross! Maybe one day I will grow up and be all excited about people meeting and hooking up and not remembering the persons name in the morning. But I would not hold my breath!! GROSS!!!

7 comments:

Heidi Hiller said...

if you were next door or across the street i would have the snowthrower give you some winter delight! you'd nevr touch your shovel again! i would be your favorite neighbor ever!

Stacy said...

Ha! Niles asked the guy at Ace Hardware the other day how much a snowblower was!!

{A}nnie said...

he he. this is a sex and the city post in the newspaper she would write :)

xoxo!

Butterfly said...

you are so funny! But hey, what a title to catch some attention! :)

mandie said...

wow...weird...sex post....

ps--not every neighborhood in the South is so neighborly as the one you grew up in...srlsy been there. Maybe you should casually mention to your n-bors how cool it was that everyone looked out for everyone else...

Liz H said...

Dang it Stacy! I've left my garbage can out 4 times since you posted this and you never brought it in for me. I wish you'd Southern up, get outside and take care of me.;-)

Side note: Watched Dr. Phil the other day - sicker than hooking up, Rules for prom: You must wear panties and they must be on at all times. Kids having sex on the dance floor at Prom. Great-now I can't EVER let my kids leave the house!!!

Marly said...

yea, I agree not everywhere in the south is like that. I have a friend in Katy and she is very lonely and not taken care of.
If I lived closer, we could just go in on a snowblower and we could take turns :)