Derrick went to spend some QT with his mom and family. I stayed in the hotel all morning and combated my fatness and jet-lag. Ok, maybe just the jet-lag but I am still pissed about shopping yesterday. Naturally, Derrick and I decided to go shopping again. I had better (read = more realistic) expectations and found some cute stuff.
We decided to get a facial! WTF!! Facials are like torture. I am not freaking kidding. I was in so much pain I was about to share national secrets (we all secretly love The Kardashians) and confess to some sort of terrorist activity (does not using my turn signal count) because I was in freaking pain. The extractions are bullshit. After spending what felt like 5 hours on my nose, she proudly showed me all the nasal debris (what do you call it exactly?) she extracted and it sure as hell looked like skin to me!! Never again people!! Never!!
We decided to give the massage parlor downstairs another shot and these dudes were more aggressive than the last ones. Did he actually just blatantly grab it? Was I just violated? Is this like "pussy grabbing"? I just didn't react and pretended to sleep which seemed to help. Derrick was full on snoring so he obviously wasn't buying any "extra services"!!
It has been hard to connect with the boys with the weird time difference, but it sounds like my parents are enjoying their time with them. I am starting to miss them, but I am determined to not get all emo and enjoy myself!!
Right when we brought Dillon (our oldest son) we quickly realized we needed to think of what he would call us! He quickly named my husband Daddy and upon hearing his 2 year old friend call one of his 2 dads "Doda", Dillon decided on Dodie. After years of constantly lobbying for "Papa", I have grown to love and adore my name Dodie Here is a blog about my journey as Dillon and Jerry's Dodie!
My son Dillon was in foster care for 1,377 Days. We finalized our adoption of this firecracker boy in March of 2015 a few months before his 6th birthday. We are now in the process of adopting Dillon's younger brother "Jerry" from foster care! This blog will help paint a picture of two gay men raising two boys in this every changing world.