Tuesday, September 22, 2009


6 weeks ago I went on a date with this boy. His name is Josh and I think he's pretty great. One of the things I think is pretty great about him is his honesty. No matter who you are or how long you have known Josh, he is going to tell you exactly what he is thinking...regardless of its relevance, correctness, or seriousness.

On our second date one of the first things I heard Josh say as he was looking at the pictures on my mantle was: "Oh, your grandparents look nice!" My response: "Those are my parents."

Let's move onto to dinner, on the same date. He proceeds to tell me that the song goes, "Just a spoon full of cinnamon helps the medicine go done..." Really Josh?! Really? A. have you ever seen the movie (which happens to be #1 of all time)? B. have you ever tried to eat a spoonful of cinnamon? b/c it's impossible...ask sarabeth!

How about after dinner when he argued with me that Noah Wylie was in the Notebook. Really Josh?! Like, ER Noah Wylie...he finally admitted his mistake.

A week later he tells me I'm at child bearing age. Really Josh?

Skip ahead a few weeks where I meet his entire family (he is the oldest of 5 children...so it was quite overwhelming). His dad tells me my clocks ticking. score.

so...stay tuned. I have a hunch there will be more to come.


Lele said...


Josh (the boo) said...

Not telling the truth on the world wide web is still not telling the truth, snookums pooh bear.
-Josh...ps I wish I was as cool as you are and have a blog.

Josh said...

So I've spent the majority of the day going all the way back to 2006 and reading the majority of these posts...let me just say how much I like you, how much we think alike, how much we enjoy the same simple pleasures, and how just utterly blessed I am to just know you. Way to mushy I know...but it kind of overwhelmed me reading time and time again something that I completely agreed with!