Saturday, March 6, 2010

Saturday Rewind

I'm a little busy today, so I'm doing a "Saturday Rewind".  If you've been a follower for a while, you may have seen this post before (but please feel free to read it again). 

You're Always Welcome

Of course you are, friends and family are always welcome to stop by for a visit, a drink or a meal. If you've never been here before, here are a few things you should know before your drop in.
  1. You will be expected to make yourself at home. We'll be glad to get you something to drink, but don't be shy about going into the refrigerator yourself.
  2. Dinner is almost never on time. If we tell you we'll be eating at 6:00, it will probably be closer to 6:30 or 7:00. I don't know why, it just tends to work out that way.
  3. If you don't like the food that's being served, you won't be expected to eat it. We don't believe in punishing adults or children by making them eat foods they don't like around here. If we know that you're coming for dinner, we'll try to make something you like.
  4. Expect to participate in ridiculous games and conversations during your visit. Last night we enjoyed a lively game of "How much would someone have to pay you to ....." during dinner. Favorite topics included licking a toilet and taking a nap in a drawer at the morgue.
  5. If you don't know where the bathroom is, just ask. If you wander around opening doors, you're likely to find the coat closet and basement before you find the bathroom.
  6. You won't find anything scandalous in the medicine cabinet, but we won't think any less of you if you can't resist the urge to open it up and have a look, anyway. However, there is always the possibility that we've filled it with marbles that will come crashing out when you open the door.
There is one more item to add to the list, but first, I have to tell you the story behind it. Once, when I was a teenager, a friend of mine came over with her boyfriend. We were sitting in the living room talking when he asked where the bathroom was. I pointed it out and he went in and closed the door. He was in there for a loooooooooooooong time, something like 30 or 40 minutes. I went into the kitchen and told my mom about it. She was concerned that she may not have replaced the roll of toilet paper in that bathroom (there was none in the vanity cabinet, either). We debated, should we knock on the door and ask if he needed toilet paper? Before we could decide, he came out of the bathroom. They stayed a little while longer and then left. He never said anything about the toilet paper, so we didn't ask. After they were gone, my mom and I checked the bathroom and found the roll was indeed empty and her fancy fingertip towels were missing. I kid you, not! Which brings us to item number 7. If you find the toilet paper roll in my bathroom is empty, please tell me and I will replace it. I like my towels!

So, please feel free to drop by if you're in the neighborhood. We'd love to have you!


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11 comments:

Matty said...

Sounds like I would feel right at home there. And that last story is a hoot. I can only imagine. I think that I would have yelled out.

Joanna Jenkins said...

Hi Willoughby! I think we would enjoy being at each other's homes-- We think a lot alike.

Hope your weekend is good and it's starting to warm up in your part of the country.

Cheers,
jj

5thsister said...

And THIS is why I love you Su! Thanks for the rewind!

thrasherswife said...

Oh that is the funniest story ever... wonder where he stuffed those towels??!!

angeltastic said...

Sounds like my home. LOVE the marble idea!

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Su, I have to say exactly what Matty said.
I 'd feel right at home there and absolutely sounds like my home!
Hope you have a happy Sunday!
Betty xx
:o)

Pearl said...

Oh, that poor boy. :-)

Pearl

Chicago Mom said...

Hey - I remember that post! Thanks for the rewind - it was great!

Joanna Jenkins said...

Hi Willoughby, Just stopping by to say hello. Hope your week is good!
jj

Christine Forest, M.D. said...

Mmmm! So cozy! It feels good to be a guest in your home. Also I think the Etsy store is a great idea. Good luck with it. I know people who are very happy they tried it out. Also, you have a little gift on my blog. Sorry for the delay in giving it to you and thank you for your generous support.

sanjeet said...

Hope your weekend is good and it's starting to warm up in your part of the country.

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