Posted on October 24, 2005
Posted by John Scalzi
I have nothing useful to say today, so instead, please feel free to look at these pictures of Krissy.
She has her laser beams locked on you in that third picture…
Me agree with McLaughlin.
As it happens, so do I.
She’s lovely and I can definitely see Athena in her.
I used to supervise a college kid who always went home whenever his wife had an emotional crisis (for her, minor computer problems resulted in emotional crises).
So one day I had great fun telling him that he was uxorious. I enjoyed his puzzled expression as he left, and I vastly enjoyed his expression the next day, when he stomped in after consulting a dictionary.
She’s very easy on the eyes. I happen to think the picture here is the best of the lot.
Keep up the work.
I have nothing useful to say today
Like that stops anybody ELSE in the blogosphere.
I like the second one. John has added the snarkiest caption to it, which is probably revealing in some way.
It reveals I am a great admirer of snark.
I love her hair. I wish mine looked that good.
Ok, girly moment over.
My GOD, Krissy has the most incredible bone structure — and those wonderful, leonine cheekbones. You lucked out there big time, John.
You’re telling me? As if I didn’t know?
But — you know — don’t tell Krissy. She might trade me in.
I doubt it, considering the trade-in value of used husbands hovers somewhere between cardboard bales and aluminum cans.
I have a tendency toward uxoriousness myself.
This post serves no purpose except as an excuse for using the phrase “tendency toward uxoriousness,” which is a marvelous phrase, and would be a great name for a blog.
Taunting the tauntable since 1998
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Athena Scalzi, editor/writer -AMS
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