Apparently Friday was National Kissing Day. At least that's what they told me on Twitter - and you know you can believe it if you hear it on Twitter.
Unfortunately for my husband it was also #wineparty so after the kids went to bed I was occupied until I got thrown in Twitter Jail (which happened at about 10:15.)
SUPER UNFORTUNATELY for my husband, that was also around the time that #wineparty started TRENDING on Twitter so instead of being able to retire to Twitter Jail and enjoy a conjugal visit I HAD to stay online and see what sort of people the fact that it was trending brought to the table.
At first it was pretty cool because people kept tweeting about how it was trending and then it became clear that A LOT of people just post random tweets about all the trending topics BUT I think we found some cool new people so it was totally worth it and I was pretty psyched.
Except for the fact that I couldn't tweet so when people would say, "Why is #wineparty trending and I wasn't invited?" I couldn't respond and say, "YOU TOTALLY WERE!"
And then my husband came upstairs and asked, "How is it possible that you are not in jail yet?" and I had to explain to him that I actually WAS and he got all excited and then I told him how #wineparty was trending and I got all excited and then we realized we were excited for different reasons and we both calmed down.
He went to bed just as I started being able to tweet again but for some reason that was the same time that #wineparty stopped trending so all of our new friends went away and I was just sitting there like a Walmart greeter feeling a little silly.
So at midnight I went to bed and my husband was still awake in a "Waiting for me" sort of way, not an "I can't sleep" sort of way so I told him that is was "National Kissing Day" except not any more because it was after midnight and he said I had to kiss him anyway to make up for missing it and then one thing led to another and I'm pretty sure that's not where he was supposed to be kissing but it TOTALLY worked for me so I'm gonna go with it.
And that's pretty much how we didn't celebrate National Kissing Day.