Friday, June 10, 2011

Maybe I could have liked Mel and A more, but I seriously doubt it.

SB had the distinct privilege of meeting the fabulous Mel and A from Mel's Way or No Way last night over dinner at Max & Erma's. Maybe I could have liked the two of them more or had a better time, but I doubt it. It really makes me happy to have confirmed by these two fine ladies that I am a good judge of character with my blog family. My instincts are good about people, even when I haven't met them face-to-face, but have instead established a relationship through blogging. You really CAN get to know people well just by reading about their lives. I felt comfortable with Mel and A right away. It was like meeting family you didn't know you had.

I am also happy that Mel and A have such a great relationship. They are the cutest couple EVER. The Moms (who had to drive me to meet them, because the Viking had my car) mentioned what a great relationship they have, as well. She said she thoroughly enjoyed herself. She must have, because she invited Mel and A to hook their RV up behind her house the next time they come to town.

Anyhoo, I wish all of us very hot bitches could be neighbors. We would have such a good goddamn time. Except I wish we could be neighbors here in Buttfuck, Ohio, because this ho could not survive the damn Minnesota winters. Uh uh.

I love you Mel and A.! Thanks SO MUCH for making the effort to drive over and meet up with me. You are two of the nicest funniest people I know, and I dig you. Next time you are in town, you bitches and your gazillion dogs have a place to stay. We'll make Magic Bullet margaritas and let the damn dogs and cats run around and destroy shit. What fun!


Ms. Moon said...

DAMN! I wish I'd been there. Love, love, LOVE!

Syd said...

Nice that you got to meet the bloggers. How cool is that?

Mel's Way or No Way said...

And we will also say what a great time we had hanging with SB and the Moms last night. I was immediately comfortable which I admit is a hard thing for me when I first meet people. I usually clam up. :)
It was even more apparent how nice our visit was after I met my psycho childhood friend for breakfast this morning. That was so fucking awkward without alcohol!
Hugs to you.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

It's hard for me, too. I appear to be an extrovert, but it's really a cover for pretty extreme shyness.

Sorry you had to deal with psycho friend sober. Laugh.

I love you guys. Have a safe trip back to MN. Stay in touch.