I went to see The Dictator on Friday. I have to say, I didn’t love it. I was just very OK to me. in fact, the first 30 minutes or so, I really was debating on whether or not I wanted to stay. But I stayed. There were a few light laughs in the first 30 minutes but it did pick up a little bit later. NOT HILARIOUS, but I guess worth the matinee price. Afterwards, I went to get my car from the valet at the mall. I need to apologize to the valet for only having $2. I promise I’ll come back to bring the other $5.
We should do a bit called “Bless Her Heart.” Yesterday, there was definitely a bless her heart moment with one of my customers. We were sitting around talking about this dude that came to the bar and was being a real DOUCHE the day before. I mean there is a great story here about this dude but his wife listens to the show and I don’t want to tell this story now because she would definitely be embarrassed. I’ll tell the story in a couple of weeks. But part of the story is this: (I was standing around telling the story about this guy.) He had a tab after eating and drinking for a couple of hours of $100. And after running up the $100 tab, he then tipped the waitress, Geneva, $4. So after, I told that part of the story, this girl that was listening said, “awww, that’s like one percent.” —-Bless Her Heart! I’m sure that people have lots of Bless His (or Her) Heart. Feel free to give me a shout on Facebook and give me your best Bless his heart moment.
Honey #2 has packed up her belongings and she is headed back to Oklahoma. Actually, she is still here in town for a few days but her stuff is on its way back. She said she cried as she watched the U-Haul truck pull away…filled with “her life.” All she has left here is an air mattress and a suitcase. It seems so weird that you go to work everyday, live your life and do all that you do for however many years, and it can all be packed up in truck and hauled off in the blink of an eye. I feel so bad for her. She is at a crossroads. A definite “LIFE CHANGING DECISION.” She is moving back to her home city. She is even reevaluating whether or not she wants to keep the same career path going. I wish I could help her but she needs to figure this out on her own. I just wonder…I remember one time I really liked this girl and we had been dating for a long time and all of a sudden she moved to Denver or somewhere. I have always regretted not trying to talk her into staying.