Tuesday, April 01, 2008


Aaaarough! Allen got me TWICE today with April Fool's jokes! First he woke me up and told me the actual time was a half-hour later than it was. Then tonight he was lying on the floor and I put my feet on him (he always begs me to do this; he claims to like it), and he told me my sock was stinky.

I reacted with horror both times. Allen got a big kick out of it, though. I swear, I am so EASY.

1 comment:

emmapeelDallas said...

LOL! Allen sounds great; for what it's worth, I'm easy too! And NPR got me, with the story about how the IRS was sending "gifts" rather than rebates to people with a lot of credit card debt...I was so outraged, and for naught!



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