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Aw, we all had such a nice weekend, didn't we? First Meghan married her Prince Cool and then BOTH the Cavs AND the Indians won some games. Woot woot!
Alec Baldwin and his 14th wife named their fourth child; a baby boy called Romeo who was born a few days prior. Heck, even confirmed bachelor Hugh Grant announced, at age 57, that he is engaged to be married for the first time ever.
And then, suddenly, it all went to poo when Kyle uttered these words to me: "Mom, what do you hear?"
He proceeded to play an audio clip repeatedly. All I heard was, "Yanni. Yanni. Yanni. Yanni." So I said, you know, "I hear Yanni. How 'bout you?"
"What are you INSANE? It's obviously Laurel!" was my only child's reaction. His father's, too, BTW. What in the?
And only then did I learn that this latest Twitter-trending controversy is tearing the nation---shoot, the entire world!---apart. #YannivsLaurel
Remember a few years ago when, everywhere you looked all you saw was that white and gold dress? Oh, correction, everywhere YOURS TRULY looked, that's what I saw. Many of the rest of you saw a blue and green dress. #TheDress It was scandalous really.
Now it's deja vu all over again. Oh, the discord, the unrest, the sheer madness of it all. What does it mean? How ever will we overcome this impasse so soon after putting the dress debate in the old hope chest, yo?
Listen, all I know is this:
1. Spending a little down time laughing about who hears what in this silly scenario certainly couldn't hurt anybody.
2. Anything that stops me from hearing about FBI-gate or Trump vs. Hilary or AI taking over the world is a welcome relief.
3. If this is the biggest problem we have to figure out, life's pretty darned good.
4. Who cares? PEOPLE, IT DOESN'T MATTER AT ALL.
5."Yanni" is what super cool, extra smart, fabulously good looking people hear, natch. #JK
Ps 87:1-2, 3 and 5, 6-7 R. (3) Glorious things are told of you, O city of God. His foundation upon the holy mountains the LORD loves: The gates of Zion, more than any dwelling of Jacob. Glorious things are said of you, O city of God! And of Zion they shall say: "One and all were born in her; And he who has established her is the Most High LORD." They shall note, when the peoples are enrolled: "This man was born there." And all shall sing, in their festive dance: "My home is within you." R. Alleluia, alleluia. O happy Virgin, you gave birth to the Lord;
O blessed mother of the Church, you warm our hearts with the Spirit of your Son Jesus Christ.