Animals, Family, True Life


Last night was so much fun.  I met D’s Brother and Sister-In-Law for the first time, plus, his mother came over and we all had Pizza.  The only thing I was bothered by is:  D. and his mom are almost always late for everything.  I can understand a few minutes late, but a half hour?  To me, that seems rude.  His SIL had already told me they would have to leave early. And we had to get mom and bring her here.  We got to mom’s house at the same time they  got to ours.  I had to text her to tell her we would be late.  So, they were in our driveway at the time to meet and here I am texting, We will be late.  We stopped at the store.  Almost there.  I guess it runs in the family, but, I am not used to it.  If it were us, I would have wanted to just leave and forget it; if someone took that long to get to their own house to greet me.

But, it was really cool.  D’s Brother has our sense of humor so I fit right in the family.  It’s funny because they kept mentioning the fact that D. was a person that never wanted to get married.  So, everyone was very, surprised.

My first husband was like that too; although with D. it is 100X different.

So, I am up early again, as usual with my original cat and dog.  I say original since they are the ones that moved with me from California.  My dog is old now (15 in human years) and hardly knows what he wants, and my cat is 10 with an attitude.  I never thought I would be a morning person, but I get up with the dog and then after coffee, I am ready to face the day.  I can watch the sun come  up behind the neighbors house and be confident that it is going to be a beautiful day.

I am excited because I start Acting Class today.  I hope this isn’t all book work.

1 thought on “LATE AGAIN, NATURALLY”

  1. I’m a chronically early person, would rather not go than be late. I would have lost my mind if I had people coming to my house and I was not home and to top it off late getting there. Seams like you handle it way better than I would have. Kudos to you. Totally understand and empathize with you.


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