*Yep, he's a red head. Looks like Prince Harry, remember?
Anyway, this is definitely great news and we're both thrilled, excited and looking forward to having more cash for things like GROCERIES.
The hitch so far is that The Prince has a lot of studying up to do before he goes into his training sessions next week. He has to learn a lot of facts that he's actually excited about- sign of a good employment fit! Hoo-ray!
Anyway, this became a problem for me yesterday, which means that I promptly made it The Prince's problem, too. Because not fair, amirite?
I came home from work last night to find The Prince flipping through a binder full of charts and stats, memorizing them. He was pretty engrossed in what he was doing, so I had to work to get him to pay attention to me- I was all "I just worked all day so you should have done your studying then because now I want you to talk with me about non work things! Or let's watch a movie!"
That didn't work so I ordered pizza as a strategy to get him to put down the book. Problem solved. I am an attention-seeking genius.
|Disney's Robin Hood. [via]|
|An adorable Tarsier. [via]|
Because The Prince was trying to focus on something other than me.
Does anyone else act like this when their significant other (or even a best friend, parent or pet) tries to devote mass amounts of time to something else?
Really? You don't do this? Just me?
Yeah right. You lie like a rug.
Yours with Tarsier eyes,