Sunday, August 2, 2009

Don't Worry About Mr F... I Made It Up To Him

Last night in bed I listened to him give an hour long lecture on the history of steroid use in the Major Leagues.
Sure I asked, but for the life of me I can't remember why.

I did sleep well though.

Then this morning, in response to his comment on yesterday's post, he explained to me, in detail, how they used to put together graphic design mechanicals and shoot them with cameras the size of two rooms. It was a half an hour long discussion... and I still don't understand.

Can I have my coffee now?

13 comments:

Supermom said...

~bowing down~

Mrs Furious said...

thank you.

moley said...

Hey Mrs F,

Long time no see :-)

Seems like I've missed a lot - new blog, new hair and is that a new house?

Kid's all grown up and at school and baby is now a young lady - wow how time flies!

Moley in cold, wet, I can't believe this is supposed to be summer, England

Mrs Furious said...

Hey Moley!

Yes I guess you have missed a lot. We moved last year (this time) and I cut my hair the beginning of last summer too.

Just changed the blog up the other night... so you're not too behind on that front.

Hope all is well!

moley said...

Yes, I was just thinking about how long it's been. I realised I had been a homeschooling mum for over a year now which is why I've had far less time to read blogs

Mrs Furious said...

Homeschooling huh? How's it going?

moley said...

It's fantastic, best thing we ever did. The whole family is much happier and less stressed.

Mr Mole and I have finally found a community of people who are on our wavelength and don't think we are slightly weird LOL!

Mrs Furious said...

OH that's awesome. I'm really happy for you guys.

moley said...

Thanks :-)

How have you settled into your new life? We are toying with the idea of moving to New Zealand or possibly Scotland.

I gather from your last post you're thinking about home schooling yourself?

Torey said...

Way to go Mrs. F! I've listened to my fair share of lectures from both Nathaniel and my Dad. I once asked my Dad what time it was and literally spent the next hour ignoring a discussion on the history of wrist watches. Not joking.

Glad you are all safe and sound back home, sorry we missed you!!! Hope you're all doing well!

moley said...

LOL Torey.

Now I think about it Mr Mole wittered about motorbike carburettors or some such for about 30 mins this morning in bed.

What makes me laugh is that provided you make the occasional 'mmm' noise they just carry on, completely oblivious to the fact that you are not listening.

Mrs Furious said...

moley,
"What makes me laugh is that provided you make the occasional 'mmm' noise they just carry on, completely oblivious to the fact that you are not listening."
LOL!

and yes I've been considering home schooling for... oh... about 3 years. I do think it is what would be best for us on some levels. But while she's happy at school I guess we'll keep sending her.

As for the move... just looking for a change?


Torey,
We're sorry we missed you guys too. I'd love to meet that baby of yours!

moley said...

Hetty was happy for at school for the first couple of years but gradually started to get really bored and poor Mr Bumble lasted a couple of terms of reception (our equivalent to kindergarton, but they start at 4yr). He was just too young and really not ready.

As he keeps telling me: "I'm a doer not a looker mummy!" and he hated sitting still listening. Pour little soul was so stressed and the tantrums were horrendous. He is a completely changed child now!

We've fancied NZ for a few years now. The relaxed outdoor lifestyle really and the warmer water for snorkelling and diving. We don't have enough points at the moment but we should do if Mr Mole pulls his finger out and finishes his masters!

If that's not a goer we may just move to Scotland which we've always like and of course presents no immigration problems.

it's something we've always fancied but may be pushed to if the government bring in stricter regulations for home schoolers, which puts our current unschooler lifestyle at risk.

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