This photo has absolutely nothing to do with anything in this post. Who couldn't use a smiling goat to brighten up their day, though? You're welcome.
As a matter of fact, nothing in this post has anything to do with anything, really. I have some coherent, interesting posts coming up, but today's post? Not so much. Instead I'm trying to make up for the lack of quality writing with a goat. Did it work?
I'm headed down to Columbus, Indiana today to meet my friend Lisa, who is driving up from Nashville. We are meeting in Columbus for the sole purpose of sliding down a giant toilet. We are both inappropriately excited about the toilet.
Mike and I went to Lilith Fair last week. I won a pair of tickets on Twitter, otherwise we wouldn't have gone. Not because we don't like the artists – I was excited to see the Court Yard Hounds and I adore Sarah McLachlan (Mary J. Blige blew everyone out of the water, though). No, we wouldn't have gone because we just don't have the cash right now to blow on any concert we feel like going to on a whim. Which made the fact that our car was towed after the show Super-Duper Awesome. Between drinks and claiming our car, our free concert wound up costing us $275. I think I'll gaze at the goat a bit more. My blood pressure is rising all over again.
My eyeball isn't bloody anymore.
I got an e-mail this morning with a daily deal for Indianapolis. It's $40 for Pole Dancing Classes. I didn't automatically delete it. This scares me a little bit – am I really entertaining the idea of pole dancing classes? And if so, what does this say about me?
We went to Fort Wayne this weekend for a little family road trip. We caught a minor league baseball game Saturday night. During one of the goofy promotions in between innings, they kept saying if contestant A or B won, the section they were representing would win "Salty Balls." Mike and I could barely hold it together, and couldn't figure out how anyone else over the age of 10 could hold it together, either. Then we realized they were giving away "Softee Balls." We were disappointed. What does this say about us?
That is all. Coherent writing about actual topics coming soon. In the meantime, I hope you enjoyed the goat.