after getting thrown from the sled
Country people trek over to their neighbor's house in the snow, and throw their two year old on the sled, and laugh hysterically when that two year old gets thrown ten feet on a super steep curve.
Then those country people come back to our house, and we have a big ol' bonfire. In which we sit in our summer beach Tommy Bahama chairs.
Rob calls this one "his domain"
Which made me think...what makes someone "country?"
And then I came up with this...
You know you're country if:
- You tinfoil your kids' rooms. I've talked about this a few times here on le blog, but tinfoiling my kids' rooms has been one of the best decisions I've ever made to date. Like, ever. Seriously, my kids are amazing sleepers. Probably because they can't tell if it's day or night but still...amazing sleepers nonetheless.
- Your kids are always naked. Always.
yes, even on the country club golf course. No pants. What rules?
- You measure a fabulous night out by finding your weave tangled into your sequin top in the morning. That would mean it was goodtimes, obviously.
- You dress up your beer.
a reinbeer. snort.
And finally, you know you're country if:
- Your child takes his toys to school in a Crown Royal bag.