– Hey, we both have birthdays
coming up this month. – Yeah.
– And it’s exciting. – I still have the present
you gave me last year. – I know.
Thank you. – Did you get my–
– You text– Yeah, you sent me a text,
and I– – I was watering the orchid
that you gave me a year ago, and my goal was to keep it
for a year, and I did. – And now you’re done. – Well, I still got
a few more days. – How do you–
– There it is. That was–we just– I was there watering,
and I thought, gee, would you appreciate
the fact that I still had it? – Of course I would appreciate
the fact that you remember– You must get so many different
flowers and plants that you know that– – I remember that was yours.
– Wow, how’d you remember that? Do you have names
on them? – No, it’s that– You sent me a lovely note,
remember? – Yes, I do.
– I kept that too. – Wow, that’s very thoughtful
of you. – No, you’re my friend
and neighbor. – I know; well, you’re my friend
and neighbor. I’m sorry
I blamed you for– I blamed your tree
for taking out the power in our neighborhood,
and I’m sorry. – What are you talking about? – Well, it was actually
our tree, and it was our property,
and it went on a power line. It took out the power
in the whole neighborhood, but– – You were the one
who was responsible. – Yes, but I blamed–
I said, “Oprah lives
in the neighborhood, so I blame her.” – How long was the power out?
– It was out all day long. It was from 6:00 AM
until 4:30. It was Christmas Day, so–
and I was sick. – Oh.
– So I was in my house. – You had that thing I had.
Remember I told you. I tweeted you and–
– I got it from you. – Yeah.
– ‘Cause you said– It was that day.
It was the brunch. And you said, “I feel like
I’m coming down with the flu.” – You got it?
– You gave it to me. – I’m so sorry.
– I was so proud. Oprah gave me the flu, y’all. [laughter]