A couple of weeks ago over at Love Without Training Wheels, I wrote a post lamenting the fact that some times when I'm upset talking to Inspector Climate makes things a little bit worse. I mean, he tries to SOLVE all my problems and all I want to do is talk about them.
So, I asked him to write his point of view from when we have these communication melt downs, and HE DID. Go check out Inspector Climate's very first blog post over here.
In other news, I am so sorry about the Blogger meltdown - ack what a disaster. I also apologies because several of your lovely comments on my last post got mysteriously deleted. Where you at comments?
Because of that, I'll answer the one and only Zadge's question on here - she asked in the comments why I don't drink and if it is gluten related. The answer to that is two fold. One, I don't particularly like the taste of wine or liquor. So drinking it to just enjoy the flavour hasn't been something I've wanted to cultivate. And the idea of getting tipsy and/or drunk doesn't appeal to me at all. Secondly, I do like the taste of beer (strangely enough) and yet I am severely allergic to it. And there goes my drinking.
Before I move on in my Holiday recap - I'd also like to tell you about the time in Kangaroo Island where Inspector Climate was the most adorable he's ever been in his sleep. I've written before about how he always thinks there are bugs in the bed - he gets up, he rips off all the blankets and he checks for bugs and then he usually wakes up realises that he's been a goofball and goes back to bed.
In Kangaroo Island, he woke me up by saying in a very calm and serious tone "Uh Oh." What's wrong I asked? No answer. He climbed out of bed turned on the light pulled the covers off the bed, untucked the sheet, and started searching for bugs in the creases of the blankets. Then he looked at me and said totally disappointed and a little downtrodden "I really thought there were bugs in the bed this time." And then climbed back into bed and fell asleep. When I asked him the next morning about it, he didn't remember it at all.