November 11th, 2005
|05:09 pm - A short meme|
Those who know me well know that my life isn't actually real, anyway.
Well, at least a good 1/2 of it isn't. I don't think. Actually, I do think it is, but others might disagree.
So, in light of that, as I was crusing through LJ in my first moment of free time in over 24 hours, I was pleased to see this meme on edelweiss68's LJ:
Please comment with a *fake* memory of you and me together.
Please participate, because it appears I'm coming back to work on Sunday, and I'll need some amusing stories to remember.
Even at time and a half, I'm not sure this is worth it. Good thing I scheduled vacation for Monday, purely on accident.
Current Mood: relaxed
Current Music: "Piece of Work", -JB
|Date:||November 12th, 2005 12:09 am (UTC)|| |
It started with a grail, a holy grail. You were a gorgeous blonde, I was a man with a fedora and a whip who--
There was the time we road-tripped across Eastern Europe and our citroen broke down in the middle of a tiny Czech town, and since it was going to take the better part of a week or two for us to get back on the road, an old man offered to let us stay at his house free of charge (well, sans the American chocolate we had in our luggage, which seemed a fair enough deal). And one misty morning before we were supposed to leave, we hiked to the top of the hill the town was built on, and looked down on two thousand years of incredible, unique history and knew we were the luckiest people in the world to have had our car break down.
Now I really want to go home to Europe. Come with me. :)
Funny, I'll be in Europe next week (strangely honestly). I promise I'll be thinking of you when I hike to the top of a hill in a small town. Or you can meet me in Salzburg. I can promise you a place to stay, and this time we'll share the chocolate, as the rent there is free.
As for being the luckiest people in the world? I still insist that it was because of the wonderful company, really. But yes, had the car not broken down, I think that we simply wouldn't be where we are today.
I'm totally taking my fedora with me, btw. I'm going back and forth on the whip.