Monday, January 01, 2007

Shorts

On New Years Eve 2005 Colin was supposed to call me, but he didn't. That action was at the top of a very slippery slope. I am shocked that our relationship recovered; I am pleased that our relationship recovered. And then went sour again. And then recovered. And then went sour again. And then recovered.

New Years Eve 2006 was spent with Colin, Colin's best friend Josh and his girlfriend Katie, and lots of friends of Colin, Josh and Katie. Fourteen of us had dinner at a fancy-schmancy restaurant, then we all went to Josh's brother's house for a party. It was mostly nice.

I overheard Katie and one of her friends talking about me. The friend said "she's just like Little Miss Suzy Homemaker, isn't she?" when she found out that I'd made the (delightful/delectable/delicious) cheesecake on the table. She didn't say it in a mean way: she was at Josh and Katie's cookie baking party.

My sister, Meg was pissed when I decided to go out last night. She called me a hooker. Last year (and the year before, I believe), I was pissed when Meg decided to go out. I didn't call her a hooker. I might've called her a slut. We love each other fiercely.

The Rose Bowl broke my heart. Again. Fucking Wolverines.

Colin came to my family's Rose Bowl party. They adore him.

Colin doesn't have his iPod yet. We haven't exchanged gifts yet. How incredibly ridiculous is that? My gift is supposedly backordered. And he won't take my present until he can give me mine. Tool.

Meg and I saw Borat on Saturday night. From the moment his ass was called his "back pussy," I knew that I was in love.

Did you notice that I blogged every day in December, too? It's sort of a miracle. I'm glad I did Holidailies and NaBloPoMo. It's cemented my belief that I blog because I truly do enjoy it, not because it's habit or because I'm afraid to abandon a project that I started. Blogging daily, for me, wasn't a chore. It was a pleasure.

So here it is: the first post of the 300+ that will make up 2007.

I wonder what the year will bring.

3 comments:

Laurie said...

Sounds like your relationship with Colin is going well. I am happy for you. I can't wait to hear about the gift exchange. I am sure you are even more anxious.

Amy said...

OOh, if you heard the yelling coming from the East, it was me yelling at the Wolverines. What a sad loss.

Anonymous said...

Happy new year! May it hold everything you wish for.

 
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