SHE WROTE: Spa Moot
First, I have no spare time. I never relax. Unlike Bob, shown here relaxing with Roxanne (Rocki) St. Claire and Moot in Cocoa Beach, pre-makeover. That is, Moot is pre-makeover, not Bob or Roxanne, who are perfect just as they are.
Second, one of you would have pointed out, after the book came out, that Moot was a girl in the book but the mascot was male, although there wasn't anything intrinsically male about the figurine except that it wasn't girly female. Which I didn't notice because most of the time, I don't do that girly stuff either. I came out of the bedroom in Hilton Head and Bob and the media trainer were waiting for me so I sat down and worked. Eventually she said, "We should talk about make-up." I said, "Oh, I wear make-up. But only when I have to go somewhere." That isn't the grocery. I suppose I should have put it on for her--for Bob I don't bother--but I just got up, for cripe's sake. It was like 8:30 in the morning.
Where was I?
Right, making Moot girly. Here she is:
I'm expecting all the hair to fall out as we drag her all over the place with us on the road, but my hair will probably fall out, too, so that's fair.
And Bob's right. We need lives.
Must go write a book now. Making up an interesting life for a fictional character. Sigh.
Just got this from Bob:
"Moot looks pathetic now.
"Girly" does not mean "pathetic," Bob.