I love it when he works from home except for the fact that I don't get anything done because I feel the need to go to the dining room at least a dozen times throughout the day to tell him that I think he's crazy-hot or to see what he's doing.
And he has to come into my walk-in closet/office/scrapbook room at least a dozen times throughout the day to tell me a funny story or to ask if it's lunchtime yet.
We decided that we were going to go have lunch in town at the Circle J and since he was ready for lunch by 10:30 am (and I wasn't), I told him that I was ready but that we had to stop at the kitchen store first.
Josh isn't a big fan of anything that resembles shopping but he's a good sport so we headed to the kitchen store so I could look at a set of pots & pans since I am convinced that Goodwill aprons, an antique melon baller and a new set of pots & pans will make me feel like cooking.
Josh was quick to point out the fact that I don't even like melons when I showed him my new, antique melon baller and couldn't understand why I would pay money for a used melon baller with chipped paint and cracks in the handle.
I was quick to point out the fact that you can't find new, blue & white melon ballers with such character and that it was worth every penny of the $8 I spent on it and furthermore that our kids might look back on the melon baller one day with memories so fond that it might make them cry when they're shopping at the Goodwill with their best friend in the whole-wide-world and happen to stumble across an old melon baller that reminded them of me the very same way an old, orange tin cup reminds me of my Grandma.
So we went to the kitchen shop to look at pots & pans.
The first question Josh asks is if they carry melon ballers.
I was quick to point out that the Good Grips brand melon ballers are just plain black and have no character and besides...they're $8.95 (so I actually saved .95 cents while providing our children with fond memories of balling melons).
We left the kitchen store with just an olive oil sprayer (because I'm sure that olive oil sprayers are the key to joyful cooking).
And then we went to lunch where Josh had a turkey and cranberry sandwich with sweet potato fries and an iced-tea while I had my usual (the modified M.I.M. sandwich, minus the mayo, onions and mushrooms but add red & yellow peppers).
And then we went home to work for the rest of the afternoon.
My mom stopped by later to see my new movie theater seats and my other thrift store finds from my weekend with Jill. While I was showing her our new melon baller Josh interrupted to say "And when we die someday, there's going to be quite the fight over who gets the melon baller."