happy birthday dear husband!

Today is my husband’s birthday, and I was trying to think of something I could write or say that he would appreciate. In the past I have written long treatises of love or listed wonderful things about him but I think I know what would make him most happy.

The Best of David Paul Homan on Twitter

Dave is one of the funniest people I know–definitely the only guy I’ve ever dated who came close to matching my wit. (ha!) My gift to him is sharing his humor with all of you–I know that he would be very moved if you would laugh at his jokes. Enjoy these tweets, they are my favorites of his.

I could go on and on forever, obviously. So that’s just a little peek into what it’s like living with Mr. Hunt-Homan. He keeps things light and makes me laugh every day. Follow him on Twitter and tell him happy birthday today!

xx
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  • sherndern

    dave is my favorite feminist tweeter

    • http://princesslasertron.com Princess Lasertron

      he’s not bad!

  • http://www.facebook.com/MattHunt Matt Hunt

    These are hilarious, I remember a few. Happy Birthday Dave, thanks for making my sister so so happy. ^_^
    Also I don’t think I consumed an animal today….yet.

    • http://about.me/meganhunt Megan Hunt

      this is the nicest comment! thanks matt :)

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OOTD: Office Hours

This summer instead of having our 4-year-old Alice go to her school’s summer program, Dave and I decided to get a nanny. Her name is Kylie and she’s been WONDERFUL over the past two months! I really wish we could keep her all year and just have Alice in this hybrid coparenting-learning-field tripping-coming to the office situation, but I’m not sure I’m up for all the coordination it would take. I’m definitely considering it because I’ve never seen Alice so engaged and happy–she plays all day, does art and science camps and activities all over town, and gets lots of time outside, which leads to nice early bedtimes. Smile. I love having her at work after 4 every day and all day on Fridays.

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I am a long time reader of your blog and have seen it through its various incarnations. I wondered if you might find inspiration one day to discuss the changes, i.e., the changes in you. For example (and these are purely from memory, so I may very well be misremembering things or just plain getting things wrong):

A Long Day

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