Q: Did you hear my mom over the speaker? She laughed while saying I was a temperamental artist. Not a temperamental person but a temperamental artist and that was supposed to be a compliment! You think that’s true or did she use the wrong word? (lol)
Eric: Sheesh. I’m not answering that question but when she said it I thought it was funny. She was making a joke that you didn’t get.
Q: I was so nervous about my acrylic art panels for the last few weeks. How do you think they turned out, honestly?
Eric: Ah, I knew they were going to be awesome if the printing company recreated exactly what you sent them. And they didn’t screw up so all is good.
Q: I was thinking the other day about the houses in New Hampshire. Which do you miss more: your old school house or our abode in Manchester?
Eric: Gosh. Neither.
Eric: Well, I do miss summers at the school house but definitely not at Manchester because we were right in the city and had no yard. And definitely not the winters at either house.
Q: What aggravated you this week?
Eric: Well, I have one and a half. An aggravation and a mild annoyance…
I was aggravated last Saturday for date night when our Live PD show went off-air before it even started due to a power outage in their New York Studio.
My mild annoyance is that you know how you go through your sock drawer and laundry needs to be done and your options are dwindling and you need to decide which ones you are going to wear that day? Well I kept coming up with other people’s socks. So I started pulling out all the socks that are not my own. And then I figured it out. Every time your father visits us, he leaves his socks lying around and some how they get washed and wind up in my sock drawer!