Every now and then something happens that reminds me of a time when life was truly simple. Before 9-to-5’s and credit cards bills, and mortgage payments and heartbreak…
If you’ve seen my live show, it’s no secret that I’m not really plugged into the dating scene. I don’t bitch or complain about being single, but it’s part of my life and I address it. Well, I was working in Baltimore this weekend, and as I was coming off stage at the late show, a guy passed me this note:
This is probably the most adorable thing I’ve seen in a while. I haven’t gotten a “circle yes or no” letter since grade school. It was written on the back of a comment card, so I didn’t know what he was giving me. I didn’t see what it said until I got into the lobby but when I read it I laughed out loud. For real too, not that LOL crap ;) I didn’t get a good look at the guy who gave it to me, and I hope he didn’t think I was being rude by not acknowledging it. If anyone could appreciate the humor in that it was me. But I couldn’t go back into the showroom during the headliner’s set and start a convo. But if by chance he took a website card and is reading this: Thanks, Joey. You made my nite!
The only thing that could possibly have topped that note would have been if dude had made one of those origami fortunetellers. Remember those? Oh my goodness! We used those things to find out who we were gonna marry, how many kids we were gonna have… I’m sure I had at least 3 or 4 of them confiscated per day.
Aaaah… to be young again.
I wanted to see if I could still remember how to make these things… So at 4:34 a.m. I decided to give it a go:
Oh yeah! Haha… Off to bed with me.