Saturday, January 24, 2009

More Randomness

As promised here are some more random things you should know to get the Full Lacey:

- I think mayo is the perfect condiment. I really can't think of many condiment worthy foods that don't benefit from mayo. French fries, grilled cheese, hamburgers . . . I could come up with more but I don't want to gross anyone out. But just to prove my point - I think the Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich is quite possibly the most perfect sandwich every created but if I can't find mayo to go on it I might just not even bother.

- Apparently I don't know how to spell mayo. I feel like I'm close but I don't have the self-confidence to do it wrong. I know what your thinking - I'm obviously typing this on a computer so for Pete's sake Google! Wickipedia! Ask Jeeves! Nah, I'm too lazy. I'd rather whine that I'm not sure if it has two S's or two N's.

- If we leave for church on Sunday and we are all in either the brown or black family than I truly feel I've accomplished something good. If, however, Ryan and I are in the black family of clothes and then Jake comes running in with brown shoes and belt I just want to cry. If my kids are all black or brown that at least makes me feel better even if it doesn't coordinate with Ryan and me.

*The last thought was jogged by Troy's facebook note
** On the last thought I mean not that we are all wearing black or brown but that our accessories or scheme is in the same genre.


Steph and Gabe said...

So I just have to say that your love affair with mayo may cost you a few cool points. But I promise to love you in spite of it.

Amber J said...

I love your make my randomness seem normal...or at least that randomness on some level is acceptable...Here's to the CHUBBY days :)

ckuretich said...

I love you a lot. for all of these reasons. mayo?!?!?!?! why, of course.

the black/brown thing kills me though. haven't you heard? Those are both neutrals and they totes go together. (even my dad knows this What Not to Wear rule!!! Of course he thinks everything "reads as a neutral").