100 Acre Personality Quiz

20 June 2007

Ugh, Life Again...

Got in the way of my posting but I have a doozie for you tomorrow! You'll never believe how my "second job" now cost me $4500!!

05 June 2007


So I just heard Sami downstairs!

Backstory: Sami has lunch around 11 and is usually laid down for nap around noon. She sleeps in a little crib in my parent's room for nap because it is difficult on my mother's knees to go up and down the stairs.

I laid her down for nap and came up here to do a quick post and hop in the shower. All of a sudden I hear "TAA-DAA" and Dani going "Sam, what are you doing in here?" down in the living room. Sami had apparently climbed out of the crib and decided to go out and show everyone her new escape artist abilities (her trick she learned right before this one was how to open the door).

Needless to say it is going to be a loooooooooong afternoon for them. It's slightly evil but I am glad I have to go to work today!

Deepest Apologies

I know it has been a bit since I have last posted. Things have been busy with the start of summer vacation and all. Hoping to have things in a routine by the end of this week. Want a silly update? Try this on for size:

I usually get home around midnight and some nights I stop at this 7-11 to get gas in my car or grab something to drink, you get the idea. Well, the past few nights I have stopped and there is this really cute blonde guy that works there. He started up a conversation on Saturday about where I work (yeah, I forgot to take off my nametag and lanyard). He was very sweet and seemed genuinely interested. Sunday night I needed to get some petro so I stopped again at my usual station because they are about five cents cheaper than anywhere else on my route regardless of if you pay cash or credit. He walked outside and asked where his ears were. I smiled and said that I forgot. He told me that I was warned not to come back unless I had his ears. This is a light banter so I promised I would not forget again. He smiled and went on about his duties. On my way out, I pulled up next to him and rolled down my passenger side window. I asked him if he worked Monday night. He said no but he was here on Tuesday. You know the question I asked next (how many ears do you need). He leaned in and gave me a really big smiled, kind of sheepishly asked for three for his nieces. I smiled and told him that I would see him Tuesday night.

Last night I brought home six sets of ears: 3 tie-dyed and 3 gold. Each set is autographed with "Your Pal, Mickey Mouse" on one ear and when I get there tonight I will ask for the names of his nieces for the other ear. You think he will like them?

The things I will do for a sweet disposition and cute smile.