Event #1 - our annual Super Bowl party, which I'm also referring to as Dipapalooza 2014. We seriously could have just made a meal out of chips and dips, although the giant piles of delicious smoked meat would have been sad and lonely.
|Quite the spread...and yes, there was a Manning jersey and Denver Broncos supporter in our house for the Super Bowl party. I'm surprised Craig let him in the door.|
Event #2 - Momma Dale came to visit last weekend, and he didn't yell at her ONCE, even when he got shocked on the nose due to excessive amounts of static electricity rippling through our air. Just some minor nighttime stalking, but there was no screaming or death yodeling attached, and they even shared a chair (although this was really just Harry more standing his ground than willingly sharing).
While Dale was here we also did fun things like eat our body weight in fried chicken at Babe's (now THAT is how you celebrate Valentine's Day with a pregnant lady - it was amazeballs) and get Dale her Texas steak fix at The Keg and do some cutesy shopping for Baby P (I'll let you guess which two out of three activities Craig participated in out of that list). Since it all flew by too quickly, can't weekend time move at half the speed of weekday time? Or even if weekend time stays the same, then weekday time speeds up? Something feels a little off about this whole split.
And look, we progressed to utilizing a lesser degree of caution when in close proximity to the cat! They played Candy Crush together by the end of the weekend!
However, I think all of this "progress" (which probably isn't even actual progress, just strange coincidences or possibly Harrison's decreased lack of giving a shizz as he ages) may go to crap when Uncle Wes comes to stay this weekend. No love lost between those two, so any ground gained may go right out the window. Literally, if Harry traps Wes in a corner and he has to escape through a window. It's possible.
I realize this entire post is sad. The social antics of my cat. Craig has requested that we get him a Prozac prescription before the baby comes...it's probably a good idea. Sigh.