by Kate Hart
Me: "I could always go cheap and use song lyrics. Like Bob Marley. 'Every little thing's gonna be alright.' But that's lame."
Husband: "Yeah. But don't worry. About a thing."
Me: "I'm not, I.... damnit." *glare*
I have also considered going for the "your mom" joke ("Your mom is a nice lady"), trying to work a pun in there (I failed to even think of an example to reject), listing places I've lived ("Tulsa St. Louis Fayetteville Oxford Nashville... damn, St. Louis is two words!"), and being cheesy ("Family is all that truly matters").
But finally, I've settled on the words I tell myself on a daily basis.
Because they always do, even if not in the way I expect.
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