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Published on June 25, 2007 By dharmagrl In Marriage

*This exchange happened as we were driving to the hospital last Friday*

Him: 'Hey, if I'm left in a coma and a zombie attack happens - or even if one happens when I'm under anasthesia - I want you to take the kids and get out of town.  But, before you go, I want you to leave my good boots under my bed so that when I finally come to I'll have them there waiting.'

Me: 'Okey doke.  Want me to leave anything else?'

Him: 'Nope, just my boots.'.

Me: "Sure thing, daddy-o.  Hopefully we won't need to do it, but just in case.....'

 

I think that this says far more about the kind of people we are than anything else I could ever say or do....

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on Jun 25, 2007
28 blogs later....

on Jun 25, 2007
That's why I like you so much, Karen. Always (like me) worrying about the zombie uprising.

Don't worry. It's March 23rd. 2046. At 2pm. So you've got plenty of time yet.
on Jun 25, 2007
In that case, I hope he enjoys that one gift (the book) as well.
on Jun 26, 2007

28 blogs later....

HAHAHHA!

That's why I like you so much, Karen. Always (like me) worrying about the zombie uprising.

Hey, you can never be too careful when it comes to zombies.  

And I like you *this much* too.

 

Don't worry. It's March 23rd. 2046. At 2pm. So you've got plenty of time yet.

Kewl, thanks for the heads-up.  I'll start stockpiling food, water and ammo now.  Do you know where the rendezvous point for survivors is going to be yet?

Posted: Monday, June 25, 2007
In that case, I hope he enjoys that one gift (the book) as well.

He finished reading it before I did.  I went to bed early one night over the weekend and left it on the coffee table - and he stayed up and finished reading it.

I DID enjoy it immensely, though. (For the uninformed: Pseudo gave me a graphic novel about a zombie attack for my birthday.  He knows how much I like all things zombie-esque.)

on Jun 26, 2007

(For the uninformed: Pseudo gave me a graphic novel about a zombie attack for my birthday. He knows how much I like all things zombie-esque.)

For us slow to catch on - AHA!

Now if we can just get all those Monday morning Zombies off the road..........

on Jun 26, 2007
It's March 23rd. 2046. At 2pm


Oh, great. Happy birthday to me. (Even in the future my birthday's suck the big one -- now zombified.)

And here I thought I'd be little old man yelling at kids.

"Hey you, Zombies! Get off my lawn!"

on Jun 26, 2007

Pseudo: I got Pt II this afternoon.  You have me hooked (again).

For us slow to catch on - AHA!

Yeah, I try to keep things like that on the quiet.  There are some things that I don't want to share with the world...

And here I thought I'd be little old man yelling at kids.

"Hey you, Zombies! Get off my lawn!"

Hey, zombies are people too!!!!!!

They do stink though.  So I've heard, anyway....

on Jun 26, 2007
Pseudo: I got Pt II this afternoon. You have me hooked (again).


Good to know. Now I have one less gift in reserve for you, though...

They haven't released part 3 in hardcover yet, although they've collected many of the issues into smaller soft cover trade paperbacks (TPB). For those who are interested, the series is The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman.

K, if you're looking for something else that Kirkman has done, you might look into Marvel Zombies, although that's at least slightly more superhero-y (but still zombie-y). Might be too many superhero references for you, though. I think Kirkman is also writing the in-progress Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness crossover.

I'm really glad you enjoyed it, btw.
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