Opposite Me... is tan.
Opposite Me... drives an open-top Jeep. It is outdoorsy green. And always open. In order to carry her bike. Or her board.
Opposite Me... looks good wet. Out of the shower. Or at the pool. Or at the beach. Especially at the beach.
Opposite Me... is luminous in direct sunlight. (See: Tan and Beach)
Opposite Me... wears sunglasses only to look cute. And to hold back her maintenance-free wind hair. Not because the bright light makes her squint like a mole.
Opposite Me... is spontaneous. Her license plate says LETSGO. It is on her outdoorsy green open-top Jeep.
Opposite Me... can pack for an entire weekend in a ZipLoc bag. And will be prepared for dancing, hiking, swimming, the Farmers Market, and cocktails.
Opposite Me... has a tattoo. (see: Spontaneous)
Opposite Me... laughs in the face of gravity. Without the aid of underwires or duct tape.
Opposite Me... loves to watch the sunrise. Without coffee. Or makeup.
Opposite Me... looks cute in hats. Any hats. But doesn't need them because she has wind hair. (see: Open-top Jeep and Sunglasses)
Opposite Me... entertains. On the spur of the moment. And enjoys it.
Opposite Me... is lucky she isn't real. I'd have to choke her.
*A Maximus favorite!
Tuesday, April 18
Saturday, January 21
Hubby: I think I'm just going to work in the yard. I'll let the dogs stay out with me.
Me: Just be sure to keep an eye on them or put their fencing collars on so they stay in the yard.
Hubby: Um hmm...
Hubby: You're back! I'll help you bring in the groceries.
Me: Why are the dogs in the garage?
Hubby: They were outside with me.
Me: But they're all wet.
Hubby: Oh. Right. They... went on a little adventure.
Me: They were supposed to be in the yard with you.
Hubby: They were! And then they weren't.
Me: You're the parent whose toddler ends up on the neighbor's front porch naked with a Tootsie Pop stuck to its face, aren't you?
Hubby: The dogs aren't sticky.
Me: And that is your defense...
Hubby: Oooh, look! You got cupcakes!