Oh, Baby!

I had a very relaxing weekend. I spent Friday night through Sunday afternoon with Cheruby. We went to see Creeping Zombie Insanity at the Fringe, took a walk along the railroad tracks at Clavet, watched some Battlestar Galactica (for which I saw an episode preview on Space and know part of the future - grrrr...), played City of Heroes, napped, went to Buttery B's going away party, and went for lunch at Cheruby's mom's.

I got to have supper with my parents tonight too which was very nice. It was good to have some time with them. My mom was telling me that my niece said she liked Cheruby well enough, but that she didn't think he was right for me. She's a very intuitive girl about people. She picks up on a lot of things that most people don't notice at all. She's more intuitive than I am and I like to think that I'm pretty intuitive. Of course, I also can be pretty intimidating so people wouldn't be likely to tell me I'm wrong.

I had such a great weekend and I'm very happy.

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11 comments:

rach said...

So, are you going to put any faith into what Z had to say, or are you going to trust in your own thoughts and feelings? Tough call, when you already know that she is good at that stuff... I still haven't met him, and I am so not good at that stuff that I can't tell when someone is bad for ME, let alone anyone else... so I would assume he's ggod for you until he's not... babblebabblebabble

Drang said...

Yeah, but she also has to compete with him somewhat for your attention. In my experience, little ones are more honest about how much that annoys them. (I was going to say "are more susceptible to being annoyed by that" but I figured that this version is more accurate.)

Drang said...

LOL.... just noticed rach's typo... and I'm fairly sure that he's not god for you.

Jenn & Owen said...

I have no position on the matter, except that y'all need to come to Edmonton for closer inspection.

Suz said...

Well, drang, you are definitely correct on that point as she said that I'd changed and, "I want the old Auntie Suzi back." The not being right for me was a separate thought which makes me give it more credence than Cheruby just being more important to me than her. She even admitted that.

cenobyte said...

Another thing about your niece is that she's this many.

Suz said...

Yes, but why should I discount her intuition because she's a kid?

neuba said...

I guess you need to decide who's intuitive to follow, yours or your neices?

It is probably easier to live with your own mistakes than with your neices. If it is indeed a mistake.

Christopher said...

Glad you had a great weekend, as for me, The "thinking too much" police called me into the station to ask some questions about you ;). I was releived, they usually only stop by to arrest me.

I'm no snitch though.

Suz said...

Ferlak, you're mean.

I guess I just thought it was interesting what my niece said. I'm not going to act differently because of her thoughts, I just thought it was interesting because of my other observations of her intuition at work.

cenobyte said...

Oh, I wasn't making a comment about her intuition. I was just saying she's this many. Believe you me, the fewer the many the more intuitiv...uh...ey...

okay wait.

The younger the intuition the more easier it is to accept it.

I have been on vacation from EVERYTHING, including good writey.

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