I'm about as apolitical as they come (who's got time to discuss politics when there are twin toddlers to potty train?!) but since I live in Alaska, Here's to Good Friends asked me to write a guest post about Governor Palin for her Texas readers.
While we're on the topic of politics, and I promise never to bring up current events again on my blog, where did this word "vett" come from? Or is it vette? Vet?
I know that since giving birth to twins I've lost all short-term memory, but has my long-term memory slipped away as well? Because I cannot recall ever hearing the term, other than in shortened form for veterinarian and Corvette. I swear to you that I am hearing it multiple times a day . . . on TV . . . on the radio . . . waiting in line at the grocery store. I think I heard one of my babies singing it loud and proud in the back seat of the minivan. Everyone's peppering their speech with it like vette's the most common word in the English language.
I'm confused. As usual.