Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Two Sundays ago, MFC and I were driving back to his place when something black and shiny streaked past the car. MFC hit the brakes and missed it by a few inches.
As it was black, we didn't think it was a wild rabbit (the usual culprits around here who like playing chicken with your car). We hopped out of the car and went looking for the mystery creature (secretly hoping it was a puppy), but couldn't see or hear anything, so we continued up the driveway and forgot about it.
Tonight MFC was on his way home when the black thing streaked past his car again. He stopped and looked in the bushes, and found a little black rabbit! It didn't run away into a hole, but hopped around in a wishy-washy "I don't mind if I get caught" way. It only took a few minutes for MFC to swoop own on it and carry it back to the house. So it looks like the little guy could be someone's pet that has escaped (or been dumped).
MFC called me after he'd settled the rabbit in the laundry with some water and a jumper to lie on. Apparently it's a little thin and has some scratches from being attacked, but apart from that, is pretty healthy. It's also quite friendly and doesn't mind being picked up (unlike that demon, Mao. "Hand-reared" my ARSE, you stupid pet shop!)
MFC: We should think of a name for him.
an9ie: Him? How do you know it's a boy?
MFC: Because when I chased him, he grunted, and then squirted pee at me.
an9ie: Maybe we can call him Bun-bun!
MFC: I was thinking of something a little more grown-up.
an9ie: MR Bun-bun?
MFC: Something that doesn't sound like a three-year-old thought of it.
Sunday, May 17, 2009
MFC and I went to a wedding yesterday, held in a fancy Catholic chapel. A fancy Catholic chapel in a fancy Catholic girls' school in the middle of the city, no less.
On our way in, we noticed that high-rise apartments had been erected near the school grounds, and all their windows faced the school's swimming pool. I don't know how that got through the council, but ... teehee!
Quotes from the day:
MFC (sweating in his nice suit): I wish I had a comfortable slinky dress to wear.
And later, when the dancing started at the reception:
MFC: You know, I had two years of dance lessons in school.
Yep, MFC is indeed a good dancer. Much better than I am, in fact, dammit. I kept stepping on his feet, but he was sweet enough to say it was because his feet were too big, and not because I am a klutz.
an9ie: And I also see you have managed to make up an entirely new kind of dance, which is 90% groping.
MFC: That was an accident!
If you're my Facebook friend you'll be able to see some pictures of us at the wedding. I'm wearing an Ojay dress (usually around the $80 mark) that I got from a thrift shop for $12. Win!