there are so many fun/sweet/fuckedup/loving memories that we share at times it is crazy to think that we have only been "together" for a year and a half. then on the other side it is crazy that we have been together so long because it really feels so amazing still and i still get all smiley thinking about her.
but that is sappy and not how i roll so lets get on with the randomness
well this morning (real morning, 8am style) I went to randalls and as I walked in two 3-5 year old kids chasing each other ran in front of me without a parent anywhere in sight. Then inside the randalls about four kids around the same age are wandering about in the bakery and by the baskets. again no parents in site. as i continued walking through the store i saw probably about 20 toddlers just perusing around and basically nobody else is in the store.
this leads me to the only reasonable conclusion:
RANDALLS WAS BUILT ON TOP OF AN ABANDONED CHILD ORPHANAGE THAT BURNT DOWN 150 YEARS AGO ON THIS VERY DAY
In my early morning adventures I was also in the rice village area and went to the five and dime store. That place is amazing you can buy screwdrivers in the original packaging from the 50s and texas memorabilia and pretty much everything you really didn't want. but oh the variety! and you gotta love how the register is substantially larger than most mini-fridges and has all sorts of pull tabs and levers.
and now i'm home, i'm going to use physical force to coerce alicia to watch Sara Silverman: Jesus is Magic tonight.
and to add to the charming collection of Whitneyisms:
While driving home the other day I saw a man skateboarding down the middle of fairview as a hysterical crying woman with luggage tried to catch up.
really I think we just need a tabletop book for this stuff