Sunday Lovin' Fool
Happiness is a Sunday morning. There is nothing better than the rhythm I find myself in on Sundays. I often start my mornings with coffee, overusing the creamer and feeling no guilt. I have been raised by a coffee snob(my mom) who thinks the creamer in my coffee is an assault to the magic that coffee already possesses. And to that I say; life is too short to impress coffee snobs. I drink my coffee proudly. NO SHAME IN THE COFFEE CREAMER GAME. After my coffee, I love some trashy reality TV. As I sit down on my lazy Sundays I always make time for my shows. I think part of my love for these shows is because they are such a contrast to my life. Where in Idaho can you find these types of characters?! No where, much to my chagrin. I tried to get my mom to star in "Real House Wives of Latah County", but she wouldn't go for it. Lost opportunity on both our parts, if you ask me. After I watch a plethora of TV, I try to do something constructive. I am a procrastinator, so there is always a pile of homework, laundry, cleaning, cooking, and writing that needs to be done. I think most people can relate to the Sunday catch up that takes place before starting the week. One thing that falls in with my Sunday rhythm is family dinner. I love to cook for the people I love. My family always pretends my cooking is good, but I have to wonder because I always overuse garlic. I can't tell if my excessive use of garlic is a character flaw, or one of my greatest strengths. I will incorporate it into anything. Chicken? ADD GARLIC. Pasta? ADD GARLIC. Rice? ADD GARLIC. Water? ADD GARLIC. Garlic? ADD SOME MORE FUCKING GARLIC. Luckily for me, the people in my life don't hate garlic. I love eating the food, and sharing laughter with my parents and brother. I laugh the hardest when we sit and share stories, they are the funniest people I know. Speaking of reality TV, GIVE US A SHOW. We are hilarious, and Keeping Up With The Groseclose's has a ring to it! @Eentertainment @VH1 @CMT (personally I think CMT would be a great network for my family's show, because Dillon does a great Matthew McConaughey impression, and that would win over a lot of Texan hearts). After laughter and food we tend to split up and go our separate ways for the week. I feel like my Sundays recharge my battery. I will always be a Sunday Lovin’ fool.
Sundays are sprinkled with insignificant truths, unintentionally meaningful.
Libby Anne Groseclose