Monday took TWO cups of coffee for me to function like a semi-conscious human being, especially when Little Guy decided that 4:30 am and 5:30 am were good wake up times this weekend.
This morning, he actually let me sleep (mostly) till 6. It was heavenly.
Not to worry. Despite the crazy "let's pretend we're three time zones away" schedule, it was a fun weekend.
For one, I did this:
|"Never laugh at live dragons!" - The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien|
while drinking this:
|"Earl Grey. Hot ... Make it so." - Jean Luc Picard|
I got an entire afternoon to sit and read The Hobbit and drink tea while he and Little Guy watched the Seahawks/Jaguars game upstairs with the neighbors.
And it was fantastic.
To be honest, I'm not sure if he likes hanging out with Little Guy more because he likes being a dad ... or because he likes having a legit excuse to act like a little kid. Either way, it's ridiculously fun to watch them giggle together.
Mr. Dude keeps telling me all the things he's going to do with our kids - play whiffle ball in the yard, go to the science center, play Mario Kart, build Lego sets.
I believe him, too, because those were a large part of his childhood and he loves any chance he can get to act on his nostalgia.
That being said, I should be on the lookout for hidden plans to build a treehouse, complete with acrylic window for a Star Trek-inspired clear screen thingy.
What on earth would you call those?
Not sure, but maybe you should ask these guys:
|The Big Bang Theory as The Next Generation. |
Source: The Official Star Trek Site
Not The Next Generation.
We already did that.
In fact, we've already watched The Original Series, The Next Generation AND Deep Space Nine.
That's seventeen (17!) seasons, folks.
Not episodes. Seasons.
So when I reference Earl Grey and think of Picard, or when I see an episode of Big Bang Theory that has the main characters dress up as Data, Worf, Picard and the Borg ... I know what I'm talking about.
Watching The Big Bang Theory counts toward the seasons Mr. Dude "owes" me since I watched SEVENTEEN (17!) seasons of one of his shows.
He's now seen SIX full seasons of Big Bang Theory and THREE full seasons of Downton Abbey.
He'd like to claim that each season of Downton should really count as 2, and that he should be off the hook for anymore since last season was such a heartbreaker.
And then I remind him that 6 + 3 = 9.
He's still short by 8 seasons.
So ... Casa de Nerds has a standing 8 pm Thursday date to watch Season 7 of Big Bang Theory (aka, laugh at the nerds) starting this week. And there will be a standing 8 pm Sunday date to watch Downton, starting in January, no matter how many times he protests. Even then, he's still got 6 more seasons of my choice to go ...