I have something embarrassing to tell you. But because we are all friends, I know that you won’t judge me. As you probably already know, Pat works from a home office. It is upstairs. And for those of you who have a two-story home you’re already aware that it takes a great deal of energy to walk up stairs. You have to pick up your foot extra-high and repeat it at least 14 times, I mean, who has the time for that? So, what I end up doing is ichatting him when I need to ask him something, yes, I ichat my husband when he is just UPSTAIRS! We’re both in front of our computers, I figure, why the heck not? Here is a small excerpt from our morning conversation:
Me: Do you think I can get Gloria Estefan’s “Turn the Beat Around” for my ring tone?
Me: I want the part where she says “rat-tat-tat-tat-tat-tat-tat on the drum….heyeehhyeeayhhea!!”
But only when you call.
Him: No. I refuse.
Me: And then when my mom calls I want “Hips Don’t Lie” by Sharkira
Me: Then when my brother calls I want a song by John Tesh, I don’t care which one.
Him: I’ll see what I can do.
Me: Thanks a bunch. Hey what are you doing right now?
Him: I’m trying to figure out who I should vote for.
Him: My dilemma is: should be voting for who will benefit ME the most, or who will be best for MOST?
Me: I think you have to go with the best person for the job. and who is going to help our country the most. You have to go a step above being selfish.
Him: Yeah, but I find it to be such a selfish process; Who aligns with what I think?
Who will benefit me the most? Those are the questions it seems like everyone is asking.
Not that that isn’t ok, just interesting to consider. I have trouble with the main difference between democrats and republicans; less government vs. more government–Is the government the solution to helping poor people?
Me: I don’t know. I feel that I am ill-equipped for this conversation. But what I do know is I had a slice of sourdough toast for breakfast, and it was good. That, I can talk about.
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