Wednesday, November 30, 2005
"Friday night and the moon is high...."I am hooked to too many games. Right now I can't stop playing the Sims (when I *should* be playing City of Villains). My "main" characters that I play- she's at the very top of her career field (which was hard to get to), they just had a baby (I'd never gotten my Sims pregnant, that was cool), and he's the most trusted psycic in my little Sims world. And then this new char' I'm playing is a total fucking slut. Just like me! Heheh, jk. I think 4 "woohoo" sessions in 1 day is pretty slutty. lmao. I think next I'll make some totally abusive parents with like 4 kids. Just living in filth.
Anyhoo- Stephen likes his new unit (or whatever)- but they are by the book on every tiny, eensy-weensy, little thing. I have to cut his hair once a week still, but do the neck twice a week. At Carson I could get away with cutting his hair once a week. Plus now I need to wash his PTs every day. But he's doing actual PT now. And has the sweat to prove it. Hehe.
I love the new Sara Evans song- Cheating.
Yes yes, maybe you *should* have thought about that when you were cheating. Ahh how I love to picture my ex-boyfriend having a miserable life now. Hehe, quite funny actually.
Some quizzes to pass the time:
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
FreakalisciousHappy Tuesday! Here's this week's TMI:
To participate, go here
1. If you could ask Santa for any one personal present, what would it be?
For hubby to not go to Iraq next year. But I guess that's the wish of every Military spouse isn't it?
2. Approximately how many different people have you kissed in your lifetime? What was so great about the best one?
Um, hmm... like 6 or 7. The best? Hubby. There's no better kiss than that of someone you know you want to spend your life with.
3. What is your favorite kind of party to attend? (football, dancing, cards, holiday, PartyLite/PassionParty/PamperedChef...)
Depends. I love to get all dressed up and be the "Army wife" sometimes, and other times I love to throw on jeans and t-shirt and play the fuck out of some board games.
4. About how many pairs of shoes do you own?
About 16- and I just threw away like 8 pairs. I kid you not.
5. How often do you say "no" to sex? What's the #1 reason?
I don't really say no to sex. Cause even if I'm not that in the mood I can get in the mood (he just has to work a little bit harder). If I ever turn him down it's either because I'm not in the mood and know I won't get in the mood, I'm sick, or I'm pissed at him. And if he wants a blow job and just got one like a week ago I'll tell him no. He's not that lucky, sheesh. Most men only get it on birthdays. lmao
Bonus (as in "optional"): Ever kissed someone of the same sex?
Yes. Tongues and all. It was just a kiss.
As you can all plainly see- I'm revamping the blog design here. It's not exactly what I want, but it'll do for now. I just can't rid of the blue. I combed through the template with a fine toothed comb and I can't find where the blue color code is hiding!
Anyhoo... I was reading Post A Secret and came across this one:
He is a bit handsome. But then he opens his mouth and he turns into some ugly disgusting being.
Monday, November 28, 2005
Thanksgiving and the fluAhhh there's nothing better than to sit down and listen to some Josh Groban after a trip to your parents' for Thanksgiving. Hehe.
Anyhoo- our Thanksgiving was nice. We went to my parents' house. Played some games, did some kareoke, slapped some asses. You know- everyday family stuff.
Anyhoo- so here are some pics from the weekend:
This is my brother, Barry:
Hubby and me:
Hubby and I again:
My sister, Roxi, and I:
My mom and sister- the gangsters:
My sisters and I love our legs and asses and will show them off at any opportunity:
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
I haven't had my actual pc for a while so I haven't been able to fix my blog design like I want, but I have it now and I can. Hooray!
So excuse my absence- I'll be working on the blog layout. Hopefully I can make it just like I want.
In other news, our new dining room table is coming at some point today! Yay! It's awesome, I love it. It's square (instead of rectangular) and seats 6 (of course we just bought 4 chairs, I suppose we'll buy more later). It's perfect for board games cause of the shape (well at least that's what papa dork says).
I like the color and style and all that. It's distressed (which I figure is perfect- it'll grow with us and look better with wear and tear).
And finally- I am obsessed with making houses in the Sims. Last night I made this wood sort of mountain thing. Today I am soo gonna make a castle.
BTW- for all you guys who play Sims- anyone know how to use that Sim Body Shop?
How do you make your own clothes? Any help will be appreciated. :)
Second finally- best friend's birthday is coming up soon! ooohooo!
And as always (sorry moo moo) her present will arrive late. I suck.
Oh, yeah and here's this week's TMI:
1. What is your favorite charity? Do you feel you give your time and money to charity often enough?
-ASPCA, and hell any Lupus charity (there are so few).
2. Have you ever had sex on a beach? Thoughts?
-No. I hate the fact that sand gets every-fucking-where at the beach anyway. Can you imagine where it would get if you had sex there? That's a little bit too annoying for me
3. On a scale of 1-10, how good a person do you think you are? (1 is lowest, 10 is highest)
-0. hehe, jk. Um, I guess an 8 maybe. Sometimes a 7.
4. How often do you drink alcohol? Smoke?
-I don't. Not like I don't *ever*- I just grew up with parents who both came from families that were huge drunks (some violent, some not) so neither of my parents really drink so I never saw the allure and OKness of it.
5. What do you do for a living? What is your dream job?
I am my husband's feeder. Hehe. jk. Home-maker would be the apprpriate term. Dream job- just this.
Bonus! What do you consider the biggest turn on out of the following?
a) lingere b) movies c) toys d) role playing e) leather f) none of this does anything for me
-The lingerie because there's nothing better than to feel really damn girly and cute. I don't have to look like a Victoria Secret model (which will never happen, lol) I just have to look good for me.
Ok, Why do I continue to watch Oprah?
Some one tell me please!
She just said that the people who say they don't see race, they don't care if a person is red, yellow, blue, whatever - that they're just putting on a facade for how they really feel.
Ok, so, um Ms. Winfrey- does that mean that everyone is racist it's just that everyone hides it?
Or do you just think that all people who are not black racist and there's nothing that can change that fact for you?
Because every time you do a show about racism it's *always* about how some one not black was racist towards a black person.
So one could presumabley assume that you think that all non-blacks are racist. Right?
But good luck telling her that- she already knows everything. Just ask her.
Sunday, November 20, 2005
For those of you too stupid to know how to shop, let me help you.Rule #1: Never walk down the middle of the aisle.
Rule #2: When you want to stop and look at something put your carts/baskets/strollers/Wookies close to you against a wall/shelving unit. Not, I repeat NOT, in the middle of either the aisle or a corner where 2 aisles meet.
Rule #3: If you are going to insist on bringing your children shopping with you treat them as though they were your carts. Meaning rules 1 and 2 apply to your children as well. Keep them close. Don't let them wander around in the middle of aisles where people need to walk. We all know kids lack the brain power to see outside themselves.
Rule #4: If you know what you need and where it is then for fuck sake go get it and quit dilly-dallying!
Rules for eating in resteraunts
-Your host/hostess has a seating chart and an order of how to sit the tables to evenly give tables to the wait-staff. Now if you really need to have a table by the window instead of a booth then so be it, but what if 5 other people needed a table and not a booth? That not only throws off the host/hostess station but therefore the waiters (if you seat 5 tables at once in one waiter's section things could get hectic) and then therefore the kitchen. And then your food will be cold or wrong or something. Just sit where the damn host/hostess seats you.
Ok that's really the only rule I have so far- other than be nice to your server.
Saturday, November 19, 2005
mmmmJust thinking about Harry in the bath... reow. lmao. God, I am such a sick ass freak. He's a child! A child!
A powerful wizard child....
Dragons galore!We just got back from seeing Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
I loved it. ::chorus of 'well du-uhs ring' out::
I'd forgotten how this book was the turning point of the entire series. The 4th book kicks off this horribley sad theme throughout the rest. Not that the first three weren't, and didn't have some air of sadness. I mean the entire basis of these books is a boy's parents being murdered.
But the 4th... everything changes. The 4th book jump starts the motion which eventually leads to the inevetable truth that Harry has to face Voldemort alone.
On a lighter, somewhat, note... if Ron would just take Hermione in the broom closet and have his way with her she might not be so uptight. Hehe.
All in all this film was brilliant. The director of the 4th needs to direct 5, 6, and 7 too. It was perfect. He didn't leave out something extremely important to add 5 more minutes of crap that wasn't in the book to make some kid laugh. ::cough, movie #3 cough::
And as a reaccuring theme... stupid stupid Ron! UGH!!!
boys are silly. :)
Friday, November 18, 2005
If I ever say we're moving again- shoot me.So much to say. I'm in a bit of a pissy/getting irritated mood. Watch out. I just want to get this unpacking DONE. But it's taking forever since I not only have to unpack the boxes I'm unpacking but ... well let's just stop there on that one.
Shall we begin?
1) In responce to Kel's comment on my last post- Personally I think you should tolerate others beliefs because acceptance is vital for a good and thriving community/planet. There are more than 2 types of people on the planet and it's about time we looked around instead of straight ahead, down our own, yet comfortable path.
Now does that mean that you have to understand other religions, etc? Of course not. Just be aware, recognize, and be courteous. Damn I cannot spell to save a hampster's life. My husband is a Republican Christian and I do understand how you can think that it's ok to anything else but a Christian in this day and age. But that's just not true. Don't let the extreme left put you off. Just like I won't like those extreme right-wings put me off. But understand a point of view outside Christianity. You live in a country where it is made up of the most diverse sorts of people and yet on your currency are the words 'in GOD we trust.' How can we be a country of diversity if our government doesn't recongnize we are?
2) On a similar note... I think Muslim women when wearing their head scarves are so interestinly beautiful that I can't help but stare. But I don't because I don't want them to think I think they're terrorists.
3) HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLIT OF FIRE TONIGHT PEOPLE!!!!!!!!! TONIGHT!!!!!!!!!!
Will I wear my HP hat, scarf and shirt and carry my wand? You bet your squibbish ass I will!
4) No pictures of the new house yet (sorry Jen), but I can give a verbal tour....
Ok you walk in and to your immediate left is the hall closet. Or the Dyson room whatever you want to call it. To your right is the first master bedroom (yes, we have 2), which we converted into our computer room. BTW both master baths have the ginormous Roman tubs, oooh. Go down the hallway a bit more a to your left is the kitchen. AHHHHH cupboard space!!! We have a pantry! And in the laundry room are shelves, shelves and more shelves! There's even a lazy susan cupboard and a bar/divider thing looking out over the dining room. Then there's the living room and sun room, bla bla bla. Then if you walked from the front door straight back will be our bedroom. It's pretty much the same as the computer room but it's our bedroom. TaDA apt!
5) We just bought a new bed. Sigh.
6) I was at Target and GUESS what I saw! You'll never guess so I'll just tell you. If you buy a Dyson vacume you get, as a free gift, a toy Dyson for the kid.
Shut the fuck up! I want it so bad! That's just so cute and awesome. Damnit I wish I had a kid! I could teach him/her how to vacume Dyson style and how to have sex with a vacume (kidding!!!)... hehehe.
Ugh, more unpacking to do.
Can we be done yet?
Monday, November 14, 2005
I ::heart:: bacon without the baconLots to talk about tonight. But that's ok, I'm making up for my lack of posts.
1) The older I get the more germaphobe I become. I swear I'm like one step away from buying some disposable gloves to open doors. I've put my sweatshirt sleeve over my hand to open doors or press elevator buttons I don't know how many times. It's really pathetic. But I don't like nasty gross public places.
2) Victorias Secret just came out with a new bra. The push-up with out padding. Those boobs are mine, all mine!
The panties I just bought from there are so fucking comfortable too.
3) We just bought a new bed. The bed of our dream *insert angelic music here*.
It's a sleigh bed. High off the ground. A mattress like buttah on a cloud. AND the most kick ass sheets and blankets from Target! And, the best part... it's a KING SIZE!!!
Which means he can sleep in Idaho and I can sleep in DC. hehe
4) I'm going to be bitchy here. I hate IHOP and I hate Waffle House. It's gross and full of people named Bubba- or people that should be named Bubba. Who the fuck can eat at IHOP or Waffle House. They're like giant food suppresants. There's this bar-b-que joint here that is like a heart attack on platter with a side of lard.
EVERY fucking this is fried and completely flavorless. It's bland. You bite into the "garlic bread" and all you taste is oil. Ugh.
5) Do I think 'In God We Trust' should be taken out of things. Partially yes. Oh sure it's not that big of a deal if you're a Christian/believe in God at all/etc.
But aren't we in America? Aren't we a diverse country? It's not like we want people to not believe in God. Why that'd be the same thing as Christians shoving their beliefs down our throats and then we'd be no better. So it's either all or none. And since we can't list every spiritual leader, etc on things like, say, money then why not take it off?
Of course people will always think we're trying to take away rights, or that we're not moral people. (yes they will, I've heard enough talk radio to know that Liberals aren't supposed to be moral people... *snort*).
We just want to give rights to all people. Not the people who believe in God, and then everyone else.
God forbid you're an atheist and want to go to a private school. You're shit out of luck there! You're going to church and saying prayers. But those are private not public, you're paying.... It might be nice to have the option to be able to send your kids to private school with out some teacher preaching to you.
Some Republicans will say that *they're* the ones trying to make it diverse and accept all people, and yet some Republicans want you to be diverse so long as you believe in God. They'll say the Left doesn't want diversity and they make fun of us for that when what they're making furn of us for is just what they're doing. Of course I can say that until I'm blue in the face and those certain Republicans just won't fucking get it. Mind you I'm thinking of one in particular. A talk show host. Yeah, you.
Fuck, I hate talk radio. I don't want to listen to a handful of jack asses give their bitchy opinion all fucking day about the downfall of this country is because people don't go to church.
I'm sorry I'm just so fucking sick of being told that I have no values or morals because I'm a Liberal by talk show hosts. They won't get it though. Because everything they say is right and therefore the truth.
Sunday, November 13, 2005
woohooWe have a place!
Now all we need is to sign one more peice of paper, and get all our crap in there!
I'll post pictures of the new place as soon as we're settled.
Saturday, November 12, 2005
argWell we've been looking for an apartment pretty much since we got here.
We found the perfect location- within walking distance to the grocery store, Borders, Target (oh yes yes!), the movie theater and Home Depot (there's more but I don't want to list every thing).
We've been looking at this one apartment complex. It seems to be pretty good. Tons of storage. There are even shelves in the laundry room! Ohh! And huge, wide bath tub. Awesome.
We're still looking around though. We want to find the perfect place. But so far that one seems to be.
I'm just sick of living out of our car! I'm ready to be settled. Hehe. Sorry I haven't been too regular with my posts. I've missed I don't know how many SPFs.... Hopefully I'll get back on schedule soon!
Until then wish us luck with finding a place and the move!!!
sigh, no snow. So nice :)
Thursday, November 10, 2005
Still homeless but hereWe pulled into Atlanta around 2:00 this afternoon. We still don't have a home. Living a hotel right now. But so far I LOVE LOVE LOVE Atlanta. My first impression is that wow, it's beautiful!
I'm about to make those whores on Fort Carson (hehe, jk I love you guys) super jealous.
Fort McPherson, where we're stationed, is gorgeous. All beautiful red brick buildings with the white trim. Think traditional style "American" buildings. It's so green here too! We drove by housing- first off there's no "this yard has grass and this one doesn't..." they all do. Covered back porches. If you've ever been to Disney World and went to the "America" section of Epcot... that's what the buildings looks like. There might be a ghetto section on post but we didn't see it. I'm gonna take photos and post them on myh blog with a tagline to Katy, Jenna, Jennifer and Amy with a big HAHAHAHAHAAAAA!!!!!
Oh, I'm just kidding. I'd rather be near friends then in a nice house. :)
The bad news about all that is that we more than likely won't get on post housing. Which means an apartment. Which means no yard. Crap for crap.
The on post housing waiting list is about 4 months. Which isn't bad at all. But when we got it before it was like "yeah here's a house right now, you move into it in a month!"
So far we adore Atlanta. Downtown is gorgous. Like I said, it's so green here.
The only thing missing are some crazy ass bitches to sit on their front porches and herd of kids running around the neighborhood.
Tomorrow we're going out to look for places to live. I'll keep you guys updated on all that.
I am so glad we're here but at the same time every day here is a day closer to Stephen deploying.
I've accepted it of course, but it's still really hard.
Before when I'd watch the news and there were suicide bombings in Iraq and I felt sympathy for the soldier's families, etc. But, of course it never affected me immedietly.
Now that Stephen is deploying all I see on the news is- this hotel was bombed where the journalists were staying, and this hotel was bombed, etc.
I know he's going to get excellent training and he isn't infantry, so.... But still will be going to a place where a paper bag on the side of the road is a bomb.
I've accepted it, but I'm nervous.
He's not stupid, and I trust him.
I'll know he'll be great in his job there as he is here. He'll be safe. I know.
How could I not worry though?
Anyhoooo...Mary, we're close to you now Moo moo! Plan for a visit!
Wednesday, November 09, 2005
belated TMISorry that my TMI is late. But in any case here it is.
1. Describe the perfect date for YOURSELF... what you would enjoy most.
-Ahh so much comes to mind. We'll start off by someone else cleaning the house to perfection (they even bust out the mop!). Then- they leave and no one else is there but me. So I sit on the couch and watch girly movies and have chocolate and coke always within reach. Then perfectly home cooked meals are brought to me with a kiss. Then maybe I'll play some computer games.... then around, oh 7:00 hubby will come home to do whatever I want. Mwahahahahahaaa. Now I say my perfect date is to be alone all day and though that sounds fabulous- we all know I can't stay away from hubby that long. Lol!
2. What is your worst habit?
-I bite my nails and throw things when I'm frustrated and/or angry.
3. On a scale of 1-10, how happy are you? (1 is lowest, 10 is highest)
-about a 9 I suppose. The only reason it's not at 10 is because I have very little patience for anything not only outside of my family and friends but for stupidity.
4. Do you apologize when you make a mistake? How do you react when someone calls you out?
-to hubby, yes. But I HATE HATE HATE HATE admitting when I'm wrong.
5. Have you ever had sex in your parent's home?
-well sometimes my parents read this blog... so I'll leave this question alone. But I think we all know the answer.
Bonus! Oral or manual?
-depends. Who doesn't like a surprise oral though? Seriously.
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
a quicky1) Still at my parents house
2) going to our uncle Jon's house for dinner tonight
3) still homeless. Hopefully we'll get on-post housing. It's going to be a while before I start blogging again on a regular basis.
4) missing all my crazy ass whore friends like crazy. Hehe. We all know they're sitting on Katy's lawn reminiscing about how awesome I am. Hehehehe. JK
5) My sister, Kathleen, is making me watch the Nanny. Ugh!!!!!!
Monday, November 07, 2005Just a quicky update.... at my parents place now.