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Friday, October 9, 2009

Hooked on Dear So and So

Dear So and So...

This post is a two-for (pronounced TOO-fer, in case you didn't know)! Julia, over at Hooked on Houses is doing the last of a year long series called Hooked On, and while I've never participated, it would be a shame not to participate in the last one. So today, I'm hooked on "Dear So and So." For those knew readers who have popped over from HoH and don't know what that is, please allow me to explain. Dear So and So was thought up by the brilliant Kat of 3 Bedroom Bungalow to Let in Crazytown. It's where you write letters to all the people who've annoyed you recently. Okay, they don't have to be to people who annoy you, they can be letters to annoy you, it can be anyone, but let's be honest, it's more fun to write those. So, in that spirit, let's be off, shall we?

Dear worker bees who have been tearing out the asbestos in our attic,

While we did not love being woken up at 7am M-F to scraping sanding and pounding, we were especially NOT thrilled when you popped in at 7am, last Saturday. Oh, what a joyful bonus that was! Seriously? And now you haven't been around since, yet our upstairs maid's quarters (used as storage rooms now) are still blocked off. What gives? If you show up tomorrow at 7 am though, we're going to have a serious problem. Some butt kicking may be in order. Perhaps a good spiked heel to the tenders. I'm just letting you know.


Dear local Fire Dept. (and elementary school),

I understand this is fire safety week and that is is terribly important to teach children about what to do in case of a fire. I really, really, get that. However, what I do NOT get, is why you would choose to do so while blocking the ONLY exit to our housing complex. I know there are other roads, but you may recall that they are gated and barricaded off and thus cannot be used. There are plenty of other places your fire trucks could have been parked that would NOT have blocked the ONLY exit. I know you were in a prominent place, thus giving all the moms a chance to get a really good look at you all (hey, I'll admit, I likes the looks of a man in turnout gear), but for those of us who did not have time to stop and stare and actually had places to be (like the vet), you were really in the way. And made me a lot of people really mad. Waiting 25 minutes to get out of our housing complex does not make people feel generous when it's time for the fire dept annual fund raising campaign. Just a thought.

Late (as usual),
MIHH (and Pepper)

Dear Kennel Cough,

Pepper and I both think you suck. Please leave our house, PDQ and do not stop to see how the other two dogs might like you. They won't. Trust me here.

MIHH (and Pepper)

Dear Indy,


Love you,


Dear RPatzz/Edward,

Every day there seems to be knew photos of you floating around and we get closer and closer to the release of New Moon. This makes me so happy, I want to SPARKLE.

Me love you long time,

MIHH (Cullen)


Anonymous said...

LOL You're pretty funny. As for the fire department blocking the exit, I actually turned around and went to the "entrance" to MTV housing and asked if I could leave that way and they let me. No one else seemed to be doing that on that day. It helped me not to be late for a unit potluck : )

Emily said...

It seems that blocking the only exit is not only annoying but unsafe! Maybe the fumes got to their head!

Oh and Edward, dear sweet hotter-than-anything-ever heart swoons for you.

Crazy Shenanigans said...

I am so ready for New Moon!

Trac~ said...

These are great and I can't WAIT for New Moon! Thanks for sharing! :o)

Becky the Sign Lady said...

Too funny.
Edward is okay, I guess... but have you seen the pics of that hot little Jacob and his friends? Oh my goodness!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Do you have a ticket yet for the NM premiere? I'm going with a bunch of my girlfriends. :) So excited!

Amber Page Writes said...

Kennel cough is terrible! I hope it finds its way out of your house soon...

When the Firemen call, say you used the money you had to donate to fill up your car after this experience.

Anna See said...

too funny! we did the whole asbestos thing last year. super fun.

and kennel cough? it scares the whole family.

Kat said...

When I was living on base in Missouri during fire prevention week the base fire dept had a "fire engine parade" and went through base housing with lights and 7AM on a weekend!!!!

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