Thursday, March 20, 2008

ha ha heh

So, annually, I try to match my bff in birthday posts as her birthday falls just four days after mine. She's much better than I. She could write a birthday post for Pol Pot: she'd tell you about how he actually loved puppies and could make a mean curry and you'd want him to come over for dinner tomorrow, and babysit your kids, and you would so sincerely wish that you had your own friend like Mr. Lady's friend Pol Pot.

I can tell you that I think about Mr. Lady all the time, especially now that she's living so far away from me, and I miss her so sincerely it hurts. Driving to work this morning, I was thinking out the most beautiful post, where I would write about the random ways that I think about Mr. Lady every day, the things I wish I could tell her that would crack her up (and Mas Younon is so right, it's all about her laugh), the ways that she has touched my life and made my life better, well, you'd be sitting in a puddle of your own tears. You would be moved beyond words, the beauty of our friendship would blow you into heaven, you'd reach enlightenment, touch the sublime.

In regards to my literate, touching post, you would ask me,

"Be you an angel?"
And I'd Say, "Nay. I am but woman."

But, this is just a tribute. This is not the greatest birthday post in the world.

Just a matter of opinion.

I love you dude. Happy birthday. Thanks for sticking with me for these years, thanks for holding me up. I can only hope that I return the favor, because I only know the enormous difference you've made in my life.

8 comments:

Mas said...

Happy belated, Molly. We so rarely chat since I'm in imaginationland. But truly, all my best.

Mr Lady said...

That was so stinking hilarious I could cry!

I love you, too, sugar. I really really do.

This is just a tribute...BWAHAHA.

Alison said...

Totally. Freaking. Awesome.

Both of you.

hugs!

Leslie Dillinger said...

Mr. Lady totally fucking rocks the planet.

caty said...

Happy B-day my dear. Ireland is also on my mind (from your previous post) and i loved your post on what Peggy gave you with William Blake quotes. Love to you and the fam....

Phoebe's Phriends said...

I just found your blog and read the story behind the title - I love it. I am a licensed therapist, but am not a mom, and so have made my share of "soapy water" suggestions to others - meant with good intent, but inappropriate and. I am sure, unwelcome nonetheless. Thanks for the reminder that sometimes it is best just to LISTEN. I am enjoying your blog. And happy birthday.

Tara R. said...

Mr. Lady sent me your way... seems we have some common ground concerning our sons...

BTW... she is great, but you already know that.

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