Friday, February 9, 2007

Hotel Living is the Life For Me!

After being in a hotel for over two days now - I've come to the realization that it totally rocks!  Harry is gone working for the man all day while I sit in a bed I don't have to make and trek to a bathroom that is two feet away and, paradises of all paradises, the vending machine down the hall carries ice cold Fanta Grape Soda.  Sigh!  It's HEAVEN! 

AND - the fact that Gino's pizza is next door in the Go Mart just makes it that much better!

Plus, I'm here with Harry so - we get to catch up on some, AHEM, stuff that has been neglected.

Take for instance, the night of passion we shared on his birthday.  We arrived late at the hotel and, as I was struggling to take off my less-than-sexy Nike socks, Harry swooped in and kissed me with a frenzied passion.  Swooping me into his arms, he attempted the uber-romantic "fall to the bed" scene.

Unfortunately for him, I'd just placed a small bag of Cheetos in his path.

CRUNCH!

Yup - that about sums up my life - Explosive and - Cheesey!

Happy Friday, ya'all - go out and launch a snowball at an unsuspecting friend. 

8 comments:

gazker said...

We had snow too........... I posted just like you. Now what else can you do with those Cheetos?
G ;-)

amy122389 said...

I'm with you...I'll take Hotel living any day.  It's even better when they have free full breakfast.  :-D

~Amy

tenyearnap said...

Spread that DNA around. Thats what hotels are for.
;)

plittle said...

Ah, but laughter is the best aphrodisiac...
-Paul
http://journals.aol.ca/plittle/AuroraWalkingVacation/

mrsm711 said...

I like hotels too. It means I'm not home doing laundry, cooking and cleaning.  :)
http://journals.aol.com/mrsm711/LatteDah/     Tracy

princesssaurora said...

Good for you two!  Have fun fornicating your weekend away!

be well,
Dawn

dpoem said...

They can't be fornicating.  They're married.  They are simply fulfilling their Biblical obligation to have mad monkey sex.  

Anyway, I once spent almost three-hundred days one year traveling and staying in hotels.  It was nice for a little while, but it gets old quick.  And, sometimes, you just want to be home with all your stuff.  

But, one thing you need is a hotel-room candle.  They really help shake the hotel room feel, and make the place a little less institutional.  

-Dan
http://journals.aol.com/dpoem/TheWisdomofaDistractedMind/

ravenjuiced said...

Explosive and cheesey eh? That about sums up my batroom experience this morning. Had chili with lots of cheddar and jalapenos on it yesterday.

Fred