The Happiness of the Monkey Drawers

#4 Daughter, the amazing Sara Marian, continues to corrupt her mother, viz., me.

This time, it’s in the matter of cozy pants. She tells me she comes home, showers, gets into her cozy pants, and stays there. Always in the cozy pants. So, when #1 daughter said she and her husband and child are also cozy pants addicts, and offered me a pair that didn’t fit any of them (yes, a pair that was too big for any of them, are you happy now?), I fell for the bait.

They were gateway pants. One pair was simply not enough.

I went online and bought more. Being a cheap bastard, I bought cheap bastard cozy pants, and I both am and am not sorry.

Sorry, because these have no pocketses! How sad is that? Well, I deal with that problem by wearing a fanny pack, although I wear it on my belly. I mean, why would you wear something where everybody in the world can get into it except you? As my grandpa would have said, “That’s just stupid.”

I’m not sorry for my purchases because look what one of them is:

MONKEY DRAWERS! Long-time readers my remember my tears when my previous pair of monkey drawers (different pattern) got all holes in. Oh! The sadness!

But now joy has returned to the MomGothosphere, for I have monkey drawers once more.

I’m posting today on Fatal Foodies about Saraghetti, viz., (just got that term so I have to use it before the new wears off) spaghetti the way daughter Sara makes it.

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: What piece of clothing makes your main character absurdly happy?



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I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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One thought on “The Happiness of the Monkey Drawers

  1. A.C.Flory

    January 24, 2017 at 4:35pm

    Cultural divide here, or at least a language one – what exactly are comfy pants? Sorry, couldn’t tell from the pic.

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  2. Look up Forever Lazy on Amazon. I look like a giant electric-blue Smurfette when writing. (One piece hooded over-everything union suit.)

    Or did I tell you that already?

    It’s sad when a mind goes.

    I wear them as is – no waist binding – with a light sweatshirt over them if I’m cold.

    Cannot abide being squished in the middle when writing.
    Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt would love to share..Writers censorship by insiders still censorshipMy Profile

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