So many of you have been writing to ask me, WTF Suburban? Where the hell have you been? To which I can only reply: Wouldn't you like to know? Because it sounds all sexy and mysterious that way and I am a firm believer in the principle that if you are not actually living a sexy and mysterious life, you should at least pretend to be.
You can read this and other life-changing inspirational nuggets in my forthcoming book: Things I Thought Up While Doing Other People's Laundry.
But it's not all laundry around here. There are also an awful lot of dirty dishes. Mostly because while I am out making the world a better place for sentence construction, or possibly ice skating, the children are as busy as beavers pursuing their dreams of a house made entirely of food crumbs.
I've definitely got some catching up to do. We have already switched over to our sexy winter pajamas here and I still haven't writtten a single post complaining about the weather, or pointing out the fact that Chicago is very cold, while Miami is not.
Mr. Kamikaze says such observations are my specialty. By which I am pretty sure he means he never gets tired of hearing them. But who does?
Here are a few links to hold you over until I can work up a proper rant:
Midwestern Winter Diary: A blizzard runs through it
Forecast calls for cold winter in Chicago; wet oceans
Photo: My Hannah Montana pajama pants: Is there such a thing as too sexy?
I've been wondering where you've been! And believe me, your Hannah Montana pajama pants are far sexier than what I've been wearing to keep warm.
Posted by: Gigi | November 08, 2012 at 04:36 PM
That is because I pair them with socks from the dirty laundry pile. It is some powerful man-bait.
Posted by: Suburban Kamikaze | November 08, 2012 at 06:56 PM
First of all, nice fanny. Second of all, okay, nice fanny. (Mr. Kamikaze, I'm speaking artistically of course. Like, I'm speaking very Jan van Eyck here.)
Posted by: Audubon Ron | November 10, 2012 at 08:08 PM
It is impossible not to rock Hannah Montana pajama pants, and yet, Mr. Kamikaze is not a fan.
Posted by: Suburban Kamikaze | November 10, 2012 at 10:25 PM