Many thanks to all of you who signed up to be a stop on Bossy’s Excellent Road Trip. Bossy spent the majority of the weekend entering her potential stops on the Excellent Road Trip map—and the following are just a few of the exciting things she learned while typing ridiculous names like Tennessee and
- Tennessee has lots of Ns and Ss and Es. In fact Bossy feels a little drunk when she types all the duplicate letters in Tennessee. Of course that’s because Bossy is a little drunk.
- Massachusetts. Massachusetts starts out fine, with the double S shaping the Mass and all, but then things go terribly wrong. Because clearly the ending should be –settes. With an E. Because that’s the way Bossy always types it and it’s only fair. And it’s more symmetrical.
- There is no ‘S’ in Michigan.
- There is no ‘Y’ in Illinois. Ois-vay.
- There is an extraneous C buried right in the center of Connecticut.
- There is no ‘W’ in
While combing through your many emails and comments, Bossy managed to stumble upon a few Frequently Asked Road Trip Questions:
- Are you crazy?
- Are you crazy with a side of crazy and a whipped cream topping of Crazy?
- Will you be traveling with your Great Dane?
- Will you be traveling with your
Quarter HorseGreat Dane?
Here are the answers to the Frequently Asked Road Trip Questions:
- Of course Bossy is not crazy! If she were crazy, do you really think she’d be driving back and forth across the country when gas prices are over $3 a gallon in order to stay with perfect strangers? Oh, wait.
- And no, sad to say Bossy will not be traveling with her
Lastly Bossy would like to address the concerns of her own mother, who enjoys pointing out that Bossy isn’t very good at geography and in fact doesn’t know her cities from her states or even countries.
That’s just not fair, mom. Because Bossy was only five back then. Things are different now, especially since she’ll be restricting her Road Trip to centralized states, such as Orlando.