Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Conversation just last night

Hubby: (holding a piece of lumber) I love two-by-anything lumber because it's big and cheap.

Me: Wow, that's what I love about you, too! (totally cracking myself up)

He's so cute when he's pretending to be insulted. But he knows that we would never be able to afford this house and live like we do if he weren't cheap, so it's a compliment. Really.

In other news, my two year old, who still won't say simple words like "no" (who ever heard of a two year old who doesn't say no?) said "puppy" last night. Too cute.

If you haven't read my chapter yet, go down to yesterday's post. I'll be waiting for those comments!


  1. Cute! My husband is JUST like yours!

    I scanned your first chapter. Wow, I admire your efforts. Lots of interesting dialogue. (As a visual person, I tend to be a little more descriptive.) Carry on!

  2. Thanks! I'm a dialogue person. I always have to go back and add in the descriptive details.

  3. Awww, so cute. I love 2xanything too ;-)

    I'm going to have to get caught up on your book, and the story behind it. What made you want to write a novel? Would you mind emailing it to me, rather than me dig though your posts?

  4. What's your testing blog for?

  5. A really cute post. I loved both stories :) You should tape the baby talking and put it on the blog. I LOVE to hear babies talk :)

  6. I wish my nearly-two-year-old would STOP using words like "no" and "mine"...they seem to dominate her vocab...