If I had been driving my own car instead of my mother's aircraft carrier, I would have had emergency pants. Er, pajama jeans, whatever. ;)
Peachy Keen, you remind me that in some other online circles I'm in, they have a tradition of emergency khaki's. Though the problem with those is that everyone knows you put them on.
Good to hear from you, Jake! I was just wondering if the dark cloud you claim hangs over you had turned into one of those tornadoes and blown you away!
If my Dad will return home on Sunday night. And will not need a pill until Monday morning. When the Pharmacy will be open. Then why the hell does my mother insist on sending me to the pharmacy TODAY? *bangs head on desk* Sometimes I wonder if she things these things through. Or maybe I'm just annoyed because the lady couldn't find the right pills and then was suspicious that I didn't look like [Dad]Keen. *eyeroll*
In other news, The Keen Parents and TeenK left for Elk Snout last Thurs morning. On Thurs afternoon I got a text from the nephew informing me that he had forgotten his shoes and could I please mail them ahead to Nebraska. *boggles* I've been getting myself out of bed, showered and dressed for the day by myself since the 7th grade. He's 22. How the hell can he get in a car for a cross-country roadtrip without shoes?
But it did lead to a hilarious exchange between me and the post office worker. She wanted to know if the goods I was shipping contained hazardous materials. "nope!" I chirped. Then I thought about it. Which made me giggle. Which I then had to explain to the postal worker who must have thought I was a loony for giggling about hazardous materials. "They are the shoes of a 22 year old. They aren't technically hazardous, but I sure wouldn't want to open the box!" She got the joke and offered to stick a hazardous sticker on the box anyway. heh. That wouldn't be at all suspicious.