These three things happened this week. I made Andy draw them. He is so good at drawing.
1. While walking our dog Decaf, Andy picked up the poop, tied off the bag, walked to a trash can and threw his iPhone away. He then proceeded down the block carrying the poop. No worries there.
He told me the trash can was really nasty and it was difficult to get the phone back. Sorry hon.
2. Decaf has fleas. They are super duper bad this summer and our normal flea potion has been rendered ineffective by genetic mutation. Good job Fleas.
We comb the fleas off everyday with our lice comb. How nice that it can do two jobs, so handy. Andy thinks I am partly baboon because I like combing for fleas. I could do it all day. Olive wanted to show solidarity with Decaf so she snuggled him while I was removing fleas. They can hop off that comb mighty quick. I am not sure putting your hair in proximity is a good idea. But you cannot say: this is the stupidest thing I have ever seen in my life! because kids remember that stuff forever and that’s who you will die as, the person who told them they are stupid. They won’t even remember that they offered their head as the last refuge to a terminal flea. But you know what? My girl loves her dog. Way to go Olive, relationships first!
3. This one happens every week. I wish I could be nicer to my family. I love them so much.
I have to write a dear Louie letter and even a dear Lena letter. I thought those relationships were going exceptionally well but there has been a game changer. I’m in love. If I could become monogamous with a tv show, this would be the one. Broad City.
I’m a little nervous to proclaim my love publicly as this show is super weird and I am not even recommending it unless you totally dig Louie and Girls. It has the former’s lack of formula (x3) and the latter’s emphasis on the female perspective. But what makes it awesome to me is the focus on female friendship. The two lead characters (who are also the writers/show creators) really like each other. The show is about their relationship, how they hang, what they do together, what they say to each other. This reminds me of who I was when I lived in NYC in my early 20s. I am thinking of you Schtoops.
At first, like most shows, Andy and I were watching one a night. After episode 3, we wanted to see the end of episode 2 again because something really funny happened. So we go to episode 2 and rather than skipping to the end, we watch it all again. And then we watch 3 all over, again. All in one night. That has never happened over here before now.
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson are nuts. The supporting cast is more nuts. All episodes are free from Comedy Central. Here is a house favorite, Episode 6 – Stolen Phone.
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