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March 25, 2009


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The Glamorous Life Association

I totally thought you were gonna 'get it in writing' when you reached for the napkin and pen!!!!!!!!

Still awesome.
Even 2nd time around.

Cactus Petunia

You hopeless romantic, you!


Well, CBW, if you'd like to read a little about the honeymoon, you can go here:


Other than that, I'd have to reeeeeeally dig to come up with something interesting. We'll see. : )

MPM, I'll never know about the waitress -- we just walked away.

Ellie, I left the napkin for the waitress! Come to think of it, I should've made two and kept one. Dang.

Auds, a Nasal Emergency was too good for that napkin. ; ) And YES! I'm excited about July! I think I'm gonna take care of the whole ticket thang this weekend . . . maybe?

Rick, you don't fool me. You love to come here and be disgusted. ; )

Bob, I really don't believe in love at first sight, because real love takes discovery and work. And I've fooled myself before. But I do believe in the electric Ah-Ha! And knowing where you're headed. Unfortunately it isn't always a two-way lightning bolt. This all made PERFECT sense in my head.

Hey Miss Envy! 15?! For real? I didn't even know how to take care of my PERM when I was 15! Amazing.

Hiya Miss Kathi! Yeah, your own engagement story pretty much makes a liar out of me, I think . . . so does Bob's . . . hmmm . . .

And Meg, that made me laugh out loud. I need to tell Chas's mom that one, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Thanks for reading everybody!

-- Laurie


My mom called me tonight to say that she has heard that a man will know within 8.5 minutes whether or not a woman in his presence has mate/marriage potential. I replied, YEAH, but it takes most of them at least 2 years to admit it!

Glad he heeded your unspoken deadline. Telepathy rocks.

Kathi D

Awwwwwwwwwww shucks! That is sweet!


I believe in, well, if not love at first sight, certainly at second. It got me.

Big Hair Envy

I knew I was going to marry Cool Breeze when I was 15 years old. True story!!!

LOVE the fact that you left a note on the napkin. The waitress probably posted it on the wall:) I vote for the series...

Bob Cleveland

And you STILL don't believe in love at first sight? When the mailboy at Wabash Fire and Casualty Insurance Company introduced me to Peg, 51 years ago this April 11th, I said "I'm going to marry her" as soon as we were out of earshot, maybe 20 seconds later.

I believe in it. Yep I do.

Rick's Cafe

I'm heading back to the political blogs where it less threating.

Auds at Barking Mad

I'm with CBW on this one. We need a series of stories...the Napkin Dailies, or something like that.

And gee, I wonder what the waitress thought and if she hung onto that napkin...well until she had a nasal emergency anyhow. *lol*

P.S. Are you getting excited about July? I am...believe it or not, I am. I'm nervous as hell...not just for social anxiety reasons, but because didn't CBW mention Water Moccasins...or maybe it was Black Mambas?


Now *that* is a good story. Hope you still have the napkin.

Mental P Mama

Awwww. I hope the waitress was suitably impressed.

Chesapeake Bay Woman

Pass me that napkin, I think I'm gonna cry.

I think this should be a whole new line of stories, Mrs. Foolery. We need to know what happened next: how you told your parents, the preparations, the nuptials themselves, the honeymoon (spare us all the details though), picking a house, moving in together...I'd say this could keep us busy for months.

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