Monday, August 11, 2008

Grant (Kris)

Here's a funny thing... after I found out Grant's family and friends were reading this, I've been too embarrassed to go back and read what I've written. I'd rather not read it while imagining what everyone is thinking when they read it. Since I gave Grant the go-ahead to read the blog, he's also been too embarrassed to read it. Silly us. I do think he is slowly making his way through the entries.

We were discussing my post about the options going forward and how I felt option 4 (writing less personal blogs and having Grant approve them before posting) felt like the best option. I thought it would be fun for Grant to do a guest post about his take on all of this. He sent me the possible beginnings of two blogs which I'll paste below. I'm anxiously awaiting the full posts, but apparently somebody seems to take up a bunch of his free time so he hasn't tackled an entire entry. Here's what he did write. (can you see how I can't help my heart getting all fluttery when he is around Ü)

POST 1
I know Kris was rather traumatized at finding out that by typing in her real name, this blog came up. Now just think of my surprise finding out that Kris Munroe is just her alias, but I have now come to the realization that she's not Charlie's secret agent, although I don't think Bosley believes it.

The best part of hanging out with a secret agent is you get to do really cool stuff; experience cannon blasts in the middle of a peaceful mountain setting symphony, crash and burn in treacherous mountain descents, and get attacked by dogs during mountain reconnaissance. OK, maybe that's not the best part, but it does give the relationship that extra bit of adventure which makes any pursuit worthwhile.

POST 2
Sometimes you meet up with something that is just too good to pass up. Historically, I'm fairly cautious in starting a relationship. Kris had to come along and mess things all up. It's a good thing I've watched all those classic movies and knew how the masters handled a beautiful woman. Just think what may have happened had I followed the example of Sid Vicious or Curt Kobain. Whew! I knew there was merit in spending time with Bogey, Cary Grant (yeah, that's me), Gregory Peck, etc...


Ya, he rocks!!

8 comments:

Stephanie F. said...

I want to see more of Post 2!!

Stephanie F. said...

And I don't mean that I didn't enjoy Post 1 :)

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T, wife of A, son of K said...

I also want to see more of post 2. I also wanted to tell you that though you've been embarrassed about the Grant-posse reading your blog...we weren't thinking anything bad. We are absolutely thrilled that he seems so happy. Also, we are thrilled that he has finally met someone who appreciates his sincere non-cheesy compliments, his love of independant films, and the fact that he writes Italian poetry and dances in your living room. We've teased him about these things for years, and the fact that you appreciate it is amazing. I say keep posting. The rest of the world needs to hear that there is hope of meeting a decent guy.

Kris said...

Hey T- thanks for the comment. :) I think Grant and I have some post ideas that should appear the next couple of days. And don't worry, I'm fine with all of you reading it. I think Grant secretly (or not so secretly) loves it. :)

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