Tuesday, January 17, 2012

More Q&A with Mr. RH

 Today, we finish up all of my questions for Mr. RH.  If you missed part one, read that first

If you've got any more questions for Mr. RH... ask away.  I know he's just dying to become a famous blogger himself (slightly exaggerated).

As with last time, my responses to him are in blue.

  • What is your fondest memory with Sarah?
This was one of the toughest questions because there are so very many, truly.  But I would probably have to say the weekend that I spent with her out of town for her friend’s wedding.  It was a week after we first said “I love you,” and I can’t imagine every having a more perfect weekend.  Apparently, I am also susceptible to wedding fever!

It was fun watching a wedding through his eyes.  I am a regular on the midwest Catholic wedding circuit so it was cool to see his first wedding with all of my friends around.  Not to mention the fact that he got to meet some of my best friends in the whole wide world.  And he took our pictures all night, which is, in my mind, priceless.  (Ok, maybe not all night... but if he had known how much blogging material is harvested from photos at the time... he'd have done even better!)

  • And the scariest situations you've been in with her?
EVERY DRIVING EXPERIENCE EVER.  I kid.  The day I went with her to the doctor when she found a lump was the scariest moment.  I held it together pretty well and was making sure that I knew she’d be fine, but in the doctor’s office when a lady that went in after her came out first I began to lose my shit pretty badly.  I was absolutely terrified of losing the person that I knew I loved at that point.  

I wish I could remember if we had said I love you at this point yet?  I'm pretty sure we waited until after, right?  I can't remember.  Either way, I think at this point we both knew.... but yeah, that day meant a lot.  I had kind of forgotten about it until he brought it up.

As for the driving... I hate to break it to you all, but Mr. RH has a flaw.  A genuine flaw.  He drives like a grandpa.  Not even exaggerating.  I, on the other hand, drive like Maria Andretti.  I can't help it... I'm an Indiana girl, I like to go fast!!  Vroom vroom.  I think of myself as a cautious driver - I've never wrecked and never had a ticket (boo hoo, I so sorry officer!). I drive on road trips with my friends all.the.time.  And so the fact that he dislikes my driving so much?  It seems so foreign to me.  And also hilarious because I drive 60% of the time when we're together.
  • How did you first learn about her blog?  What was your initial reaction?
I honestly don’t remember how it finally slipped out.  I recall her hinting about it a few times, such as telling me she gets lots of comments/emails online, and I think she eventually just told me about it, but refused to tell me where I could find it till later.  I respected her privacy even though I think she was actually dying for me to find it and read it so that she could get my response to it.  And my response was all positive.  I think it’s cool that she has such a connection of loyal friends out there, and there are a lot of good and funny people that have touched her life due to it.  It’s also awesome to get such a different perspective into her life, a view that I don’t typically see – it’s special.

Mr. RH hit the nail on the head perfectly with this answer.  Although I was SO crazy secretive about hiding my blog from my ex, I wanted Mr. RH to read it from the moment I semi-slipped up and told him about it.  I was SO annoyed that he "respected my privacy" enough to not read it.  If roles had been reversed?  I would have immediately read his blog from front to back.  I can't help it, I am (was?) way too obsessed with him to hold back.  I'm glad that he enjoys it.  I worry that eventually he may resent things I post... either about our relationship or about him.  It's definitely a work-in-progress (in my head) on my part to decide how I will continue to approach our relationship and this blog. 
  • What was the first thing you read on her blog?
One of the posts about myself; I think it was the post about our first date actually!

I just re-read it. Awwwwwww.  Were we ever that young and carefree and dorky?
  • Worst posts you’ve read on her blog?  The best?
The worst post was reading about her being dumped by her ex.  It actually pained me to see how hurt she was, and it astounded me that anyone could ever be foolish enough to pass on her.  Obviously, it was a necessary point in life for me to come along, but it was the worst for me to read.

Best would have to be some of the earliest posts about myself.  It makes me feel a little less crazy when I see just how much she cared about me, even early on, because I knew I felt that way and I was desperately hoping that it was not a one-way street.  They were also the very first posts I read once I was introduced to the blog, so they have special sentimental value as well!
  • What's your favorite body part of hers?
Oh how can I possibly keep this PG?!?!  But actually, her entire presence is remarkable.  I don’t know how I could pick a favorite when I’m drawn to her smile, her eyes, her beautiful hair, or the entire tall beautiful blonde package.  Lucky me, huh?

It always kinda blows my mind that Mr. RH's type, if he had one, is NOT me.  There are plenty of men who (I think) would appreciate the tall, blonde thing... but Mr. RH is more of a.... gag.... Natalie Portman-type fan.  I'm hurling on the inside, trust me.
  • What’s her favorite feature of yours?
Oh, it’s the hair all day.  I never would have gotten a date without it, let’s be real!

He's so insane!!  I know why he says this, but he is So. Dead. Wrong. Well, kinda.  It's the height and the shoulders all day!!  Tall, dark, and handsome.  I love his height, I think we compliment each other perfectly.  (I'm 5' 7.5" and he's just about 6' 4".  In heels, we are a match made in heaven.  I could go for another inch of difference... but I suffer through it.  I do love his hair, although I have decided it's even hotter shorter lately..... who knows, I clearly have issues.  Poor guy.  Hey Mr. RH??  Isn't it haircut time??  Poor boy.
  • What is something that you wish she knew? 
She may know it, but I hope that she knows just how much I would be lost without her.  I truly cannot imagine a life without her in it and I hope she knows that I will never take that for granted – she is the cause of the most happiness I have ever experienced and I hope she knows that. 

Oh man, I don't even know what to say to that.  I can't even handle it!  Mr. RH is such a sweet man that sometimes I struggle when the charm isn't turned up to 600%.  Like when he's stressed with school and life and his boss is giving him trouble at work and his girlfriend starts whining when she can't have what she wants exactly when she wants it.

Go figure.

So is Mr. RH this charming in real life?  Absolutely.  I would say it's safe to say that he charmed the pants off of my friends the first time he met them (especially the college girls), but then again I can't speak for them.

Do you have any burning questions for Mr. RH?  Hit me with your best shot and he'll answer those next (along with any leftover questions from last time).

4 Classy Comments:

Jeanie said...

Just want to say that Mr. RH is definitely a keeper!

The Pink Growl said...

Is he too good to be true OR WHAT? Congrats on finding such a great catch - he seems crazy about you!

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Anonymous said...

wait, *gag*??? Bitch, please! Reality check: you're a giant fuggo compared to Natalie Portman.

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