Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Traffic distractions

First and foremost, everyone go send some love over to Leah, who is now on bedrest. Not only is she on bedrest, but she also has a curious little pre-schooler who doesn't quite understand the concept.

Now I had all these fantastic posts floating around in my head that went completely out the window when I saw a lovely cop helping a broken down cab. He happened to look just like this fine young man. Since my 35 minute commute was at over an hour and I was sitting at a traffic light, I welcomed the distraction. His hair blew in the spring breeze. Apparently the light changed as he started to push the car out of traffic and I wiped drool from my chin as the folks behind me honked. Since I do love my husband, I'm going to blame this on hormones...but damn!

So that was my evening. Came home to leftovers and a night with the DVR...how disappointing

17 comments:

Leah said...

Thanks for the kind words. Luckily I was insanely busy with work today (from my couch) so that helped distract me from the reality of how much it sucks to be on bedrest.

Wish I had gotten to see a hot, drool-worthy cop! :-)

Fertilized said...

OHYUM ... MEOW!! Why do i only deal with the ones that have absolutely no resemblence to HIM?!?

Jen said...

Hmm...good cop to find. I'm surprised you didn't have "car problems" all of a sudden.

Geohde said...

Leftovers and DVR would be precisely my cup of tea, but then I'm very easy to please :)

J

Morrisa said...

Wow! I am jealous! I agree, I would have had "car problems."

Jen said...

Sounds like it would be worth getting a speeding ticket to meet that cop, LOL!

Maria said...

Nice, who doesn't love a little Jason Bourne to distract them from their long commute.

Laura said...

If you are going to be stuck in traffic, that is the way to do it! :)

Lori said...

Good thing traffic wasn't moving when you caught a glimpse of him -- could have been dangerous at 60 mph!

sara said...

Yummm...manly eye candy. Gotta love that to make a commute go a little faster!

sara said...

Too bad there wasn't a honk if you're horny bumber sticker near by, yours might have gotten stuck from honking - mine would have!

Mama said...

Why is that any time I have an encounter with a police officer (admittedly, and luckily, that's not that often) they never look like that?
Glad you found a silver lining to your commute!!!

Adriane said...

Fun! I think I would have pulled over and faked car trouble of my own. :-)

Michell said...

Yes, I think I would stop and drool too.

Sunny said...

Oh what a nice distraction. mmmm!

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dmarie said...

Lovely distraction :)