We both act like children. Therefore, chronology is irrelevant.
The pope quit. It might have been my fault.
I can't go into it too much right now.
Suffice it to say, I have read The Divinci Code, but the rest of Dan's books...meh. I got busy with other stuff. But I was at the Vatican 2 years ago. During Pope Benedict's reign. I video'd the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. You know. Michelangelo's David? They said not to take pictures. They didn't say not to video it. So I have it on film...errr...SanDisk.
I invented a new Catholic souvenir. I call it...The Pope On A Rope. You do the imagery. I suck at photoshop.
I accidentally sent a BBQ pork sandwich with Thing 1 for lunch. On a Friday. During Lent. Not cool even IF you're not Catholic.
St. Anthony is my new BFF. He's the Patron Saint of lost things. I <3 him so hard.
One of the new planets next to Pluto, which has been downgraded to a satellite LONG ago might be named Vulcan. This rocks, especially since I have a thing for William.
Thing 1 told Thing 2 that the world was flat. She said that if we drove too far past the road to our house, we'd fall off of the earth. I snorted. Then I sternly reprimanded that little smart ass, while silently celebrating her comic genius.
I modeled the WORST possible behavior as a driver. I am NOT the road rage type. However, I was demonstrating how people who approach a 4-way stop will speed up in order to stop first. So they can then, go first. I modeled how NOT to do this. In the process of causing whiplash in both of my childrens' necks by slamming on the brakes (TGFALB - Thank God For Anti-Lock Brakes), the car to my left apparently did not know who he/she was fooling with and went for it first. I was CLEARLY stopped before his/her car was. I squealed the tires (on snow) and rode his/her bumper like a bronco for 3 miles...at a safe distance...while explaining to Thing 1 and 2 that I just demonstrated how NOT to enter into an altercation while driving.
It's been a pretty good week. In a nutshell. (insert ironic, maniacal cackling here)...
Hope your week was crazy, good too!