Tuesday, July 15, 2008

True Confession Tuesday Edition 3



At least I think it's #3.


This week's confession is: (drumroll, please):

I must read something while I'm...uh...dropping the kids off at the pool.

And if I'm not reading, I'm playing this:

My beloved Yahtzee has a place of honor on the back of the toilet. Once, tired of my bragging about my gigondously high score, my husband replaced the batteries. Wiped out my score, the bastard. If he does it again, I might have to go Lorena Bobbitt on him.
If I'm into a good book or magazine article, I might be in there until my a** gets numb. (Plus it gets me some peace and quiet for a while. Husband is deathly afraid of my aftermath. As he should be.) At someone else's house? I just find something in there to read. A shampoo bottle, condom wrappers, whatever might be within reasonable reach. I do not go into medicine cabinets or drawers looking for reading material, however. I'm too paranoid that the homeowner would find out I was snooping.
This whole reading phenomenon is not just limited to the bathroom for me, BTW. I read e-v-e-r-y-w-h-e-r-e I can. Riding in the car, eating by myself at the table, before bed, while watching TV, on the porch, in a box, with a fox, on a boat, with a goat ---(whoops, sorry. Read Green Eggs and Ham to munchkin tonight). I have been doing this ever since I learned how to read (my uncle and siblings swear I was 2 1/2 yrs old - I don't remember exactly but I know it was before nursery school). It's a habit...bordering on a sickness, really. But I LOVE it.

I feel cleansed. Thanks for listening.
TruCoTuesday hasn't caught on quite yet...play it with me!

3 comments:

Coal Miner's Granddaughter said...

I love to read while eating and while the twins are playing in the swimming pool. On the john? Not so much. I get my business done and get the heck out! :)

Kathryn said...

Ugh. I keep forgetting about Confessions on Tuesday. I'll have to do it next week.

I am never on the pot long enough to read anything. The only time I'll read on the john is if I'm trying to escape the kids. ;)

Tuli said...

I do it, too. hehe. I'm thinking of making War and Peace my "bathroom book" -- see how long it takes me to get through it.