ALL BY MYSELF
Well , I’m single again.
I suppose Technogeek might object to that designation, since
he’s only gone on a business trip for a few days. But consider the conversation we had before
TR: Listen, don’t blow a bunch of money in those Austin
Technogeek: Don’t be
silly. I wouldn’t do that.
TR: Ah, I see.
Technogeek: (slaps forehead) Oh wait, in that business
ethics seminar they made me take…
TR: You mean “How to Not Get Caught?”
Technogeek: Yes, that one.
They said we couldn’t put those, um, charges, on the expense account.
kidding. So, I’ll just stuff singles in
TR: Ok, but no tens.
Technogeek: Of course
So there you have it.
I’m a single parent. Until
Wednesday night. My first order of
business today: stay home with a sick child.
Some things don’t change.
Dear Concerned Public,
you for all the calls, emails, and telegrams expressing your worries
for my well-being in my dear husband’s absence. Let me assure you
that, through the miracles of modern technology known as cell phones
and instant messaging, I have communicated with Technogeek more today
than I would have were he here in the house. And if he was in a
strip club at the time, he hid it well.