Monday, September 7, 2009

Lorenzo Lamas endorses this blog

First, Welcome!  to the two people who showed up on my statcounter since guesting on one of my favorite blogs.  I love you.  

To my old friends, Wow you guys laid it on THICK.  I especially enjoyed Mrs. Mouthy's comment on teamboo:

"BTW, I don't know who this Renee person is but she is absolutely friggin' hilarious!!! I am so on board with her! My life is so much richer because you let her be a guest on your site!"

I love it.  You earned this:

Well, okay so never mind.  That was boring and really just an excuse to show off the cute little Lennon head again.  I never said this was a GOOD blog.  

Some people have asked if that story is real.  It is.  On my 18th birthday, Eric took me out to get a sandwich.  After I ordered, I waited at the cashier for a moment or two before realizing that Eric wasn't pulling out his wallet.  It's a good thing he's so good looking.  (In case there's confusion about the kind of person I am, it wasn't that I was UPSET, and him paying for my meal has nothing to do with gender roles or dating rules.  It was my BIRTHDAY.  Which, growing up, meant two things:  1.  You don't have to do the dishes.  2.  You don't have to pay for your sandwich.  I'm sorry if that makes me a princess).  


Renee said...

That was stage mommy-ish. Ewww, Renee sucks.

Jalene said...

Hey thanks for comment. I found you on teamboo. And I think you're hilarious. You can follow me all you want, because I will be doing the same to you. :) Happy Labor Day!

witticism here said...

You have teamboo groupies already!

diane said...

I am SO okay with gender roles and dating rules. Guys should ALWAYS buy you sandwiches. I am not demanding filet mignon, but a sandwich? For sure.
BTW - Eric told me his side the other night (when he and Heather came to rescue us). He said he was just so nervous that he didn't realize what he was doing and missed buying your sandwich. Then he told us the even more awesome story of how he broke up with his first girlfriend. That is just a whole lot of awesomeness in one person.

Anonymous said...

Like I said, absolutely friggin' hilarious.

I think Lennon is stage-ready now! Do you want me to send you a form for that toddlers & tiara show you watch?