Friday, September 29, 2006

A New Life

On Wednesday, I noted that a fresh start begins today, on Wednesday.

Today is Friday, and I am continuing on, day by day. Every day is a fresh start.

I have thought over and over again about my life. I looked at my kid the other day for the first time. I didn't even recognize him. DB is eleven, soon to be twelve next year. When I cast my eyes on him for the first time last week, I saw that I have missed out on so much. His life is all that I should be worried about, not my life at work. Where have I been this whole time?

He broke my heart yesterday when he said that I spend a lot of time at work and I don't pay attention to him. He said it so matter-of-factually, like it was suppose to be that way. It pained me beyond belief. IT'S NOT SUPPOSE TO BE THAT WAY!!!!! I felt like crying. I made a promise to myself that I wouldn't be that mom. The mom who doesn't realize where the years went with her child. My kid is at a difficult age right now where boys are trying to find where they fit in at school and the rest of the world. I need to be there for him. I want to be there for him.

I have today and the rest of the weekend off. Wasn't planning on taking the weekend off until last week, when I noticed the need for a change in my life. I have Pipe and Andrew to thank. They have both opened up my eyes to a world I have been missing. Pipe has gone through so much with his family. His elderly mother is ill and he spends much of his time with her, helping to make sure she is taken care of. Although my mother is not ill, I have not spent enough time with her or my dad. I want to spend as much time with my family as I can. You never know what may happen. Every day is a fresh start.
Andrew has changed me like no other person has been able to. And I have never met him face-to-face. He is an on-line blogging friend who I have come to know, love, and care about deeply. Andrew is like a brother to me. He is family. Through his writings, I have learned that life doesn't always have to be about the hustle and bustle of work. I have learned to make little moments for myself to reflect and ponder new ideas. He is living life. I want a part of that. I want to live. LIVE. I want to wake up every morning with the strong desire to get out in the world and make something positive happen. Time to myself is needed and time with my kid is crucial. It needs to happen, and it will.

My kid and I are off to my parents' house for the weekend. I can't wait to get out into the country and just let the world envelop me. It will be grand.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

He Just Left

He was there.
I saw him.
I know he saw me.
I waited to see if he would approach me.
He did not.
He just left.
He just left.
Now I know.
I don't have to keep convincing myself that he will change.
He won't.
He said so himself.
I just didn't listen.


The phone rings. I hesitate to answer. It is someone from work. I hesitate a second more. What now?

Someone needs answers, they all need answers. So, call me because I seem to have all of the answers.

As I head out to do my job today, I hope that I have not only the answers, but the correct answers. I hope that the information I give to these people is precise and polite. I do not want anyone to get the "wrong" impression when given the answer.

Answers. Say that to yourself ten times and then it sounds odd.

Funny. Funny how common sense doesn't seem to exist today.

Wednesday, September 27, 2006


Today was beautiful. The sun was just right. Wind was blowing lightly through the timid trees, trees that are on the verge of a fresh start as well. Seasons are changing. I am embracing the change with open arms. Change meaning fresh start or seasons, you ask? Shouldn't they both be embraced?

Tonight, as I close my eyes, I can hear the breeze blowing in through the patio door, swooshing the blinds back and forth with a gentle pit-pit. The breeze, evident amongst the nearby trees, feels so refreshing on my arm as I type away.

The television is on. But I don't know why. Some woman is crying. Oh, how I have cried so many times before. It needed to be done, to make me stronger. Why am I a one who carries my emotions on my sleeve? The expression on my face shows the story, the voice tells the tale. That is me, that is how I am.

Did I mention that today was a beautiful day? It was. It was almost perfect.

I am going to end this near perfect day by going to bed early. Good night, sweet, sweet world. All is well...
Fresh Start begins today...

Tuesday, September 26, 2006


i need to vent

why are people so selfish
why do we not take care of our own

how can loved ones just stand by and not care what is happening to loved ones that are ill

why do we live in a world that is so self centered

one person
a couple of hands
a few hearts
several words
a bunch of love
thousands of hugs kisses smiles and assuring nods

a fresh start

Monday, September 25, 2006

it was a long weekend
i dont feel like using any punctuation today
too much work

you may even find misspelled words because i will not be doing spellcheck
i do not want to capitalize any words
i would just rather not

one could say it is depression
i say that it is expression

i am so sick and tired of stupid people
people are sick and tired of me

i will say more later
too tired right now to even draw my heavy lids upon the screen

Sunday, September 24, 2006


I saw too many stores today. I think I hit seven stores today. All I did was pick up pictures of everyone's tailgating and samplefest displays for the division sales meeting tomorrow. woo hoo.


Okay, I feel so much better now. Had to get that off of my chest. I kind of feel a little selfish sometimes.

So, I am watching Extreme Makeover- Home Edition. It always makes me cry. Why? Because I am a sucker when it comes to seeing deserving families get a new chance at life. I will never be qualified to be a recipient for a home like that, but I was able to be a part of the Extreme Makeover when it came to Kansas. My company filled the refrigerator of the Nutsch family of Rose Hill, Kansas. You never realize how amazing the experience of receiving a new home is until you see someone receive one. It was one of the most memorable moments in many people's lives that day. And we were a part of it.

Well, it's about 8 pm and time is getting away from me. I have to get all of my numbers together for tomorrow's meeting and I still need to work on a shrink action plan for five of my stores. So, I will leave the blogging world temporarily for now...
Well, I now have gmail, but now I don't know how to get others on with me. I have Andrew, but I wouldn't mind getting others that I chat with on there as well. I am going to have to figure it out when I get home from work today.

I gotta go to several stores. They had inventory last night and I need to make sure that my departments got through it okay. I have a lot of green managers out there. Anyway, I will talk at all of you later...

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Productive Days

Okay, so I am going to try this new Gmail thing. Hope it works out okay, cuz' I am not good with computers. I bought my first computer this April and I bet it crashes within a year. Anyway, I really don't know how this Gmail works, but hopefully I will learn fast.

So, today was pretty productive. We had a Samplefest going on and I pretty much stayed at one store. It was fun, but one of my bosses did stop by. She did compliment the store and told me that it was looking much better since the last time she was in. That made me feel a little better considering I have been working my ass off at that store plus the other 21 stores I have. Tomorrow I will start all over again at a different store across town.

Well, I am going to sign off. I may be back tonight, but if not, have a great evening...
Aahhhh! I have a ton to do today, so I am keeping the morning post brief. I have to get up to one of my stores and help them set up for a samplefest that we are doing in my zone. Gotta go, gotta go, but I will be baaaaaaaaaaaack.....

Friday, September 22, 2006

Remember When

I am at home enjoying the day off. Not quite a full day off, but it's great nevertheless. I am anticipating the weather to start getting much cooler. We had quite a storm pass through yesterday. It was so windy that the rain was hitting the side of my car instead of the windshield. Funny.

My kid is going to my parent's house for the weekend. My dad wants to take DB fishing. I remember going on those fishing trips with my dad when I was younger. It was always so much fun. We would go to the river often or to the sand pit and sit for hours waiting for the fish to bite. I remember the water glistening across the water, dancing playfully along the top. You could hear the constant lapping noise the water made on it's dedicated way to shore. The ground was wet and squishy near the sandy bank. A toe would find it's way to the brink of the shore and a shock of cold electricity would shoot up my body, a smile on my sunny face. I remember those days like it was yesterday. My kid is so lucky. Ah, to be eleven again.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Girls Gone Wild - I Wish!

Well, the day was somewhat productive. The girl I was going to train was not working today. Of course, my dumbass forgot to check schedules. lol.

Anyway, I have been reading up on everyone and I have noticed that it's a little weird. It's like you are invited into a tiny part of these people's lives and you look forward to what will happen next. I read about Karin and how her job is going. I have read about Leann and her adventures in Alaska. Then there is Beck and her daily updates about how she is doing. Annabel is always so busy. She makes me look like a sloth. hehe. Jade hasn't been around lately, but I guess she is quite busy with school and work. She is probably a kick-ass bartender. Too bad all of us girls couldn't hit her establishment together with a girl's night out. Of course, we would have to fly Austere to the states for that, but what's a few thousand miles between girls and a great night of fun? Miss Parlancheq (Miss Mass.) could crack us all up with her fun loving self as she points out the best and unique men in the room. It would be so much fun.

Now, I know the men who may read this will be a little jealous. But the girls have got to do their thing once in awhile, you know what I mean? Helllllooooo!

Andrew, Pipe, my boyfriend, and all of the single, married, divorced, gay, hetero, whatevero guys out there - Eat your hearts out on a night like that.
Nothing tastes better than a great cup of coffee in the morning while I read all the activity that happened the night before on all of the blogs I read. It seems more activity happens after I go to bed. You know what I mean?

It rained last night and it will continue to rain all day. Yeah! I love it when it rains. I have to visit one of my smaller stores today. It should be fun. I love training and coaching new associates and that is what I will be doing there today. When I was there last week, I gave one of the girls something new to learn and told her that I would be back to follow up. Today is the day.

Well, I got to get goin'. I shall return later this evening.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Garbage Day Needed

I have been doing a lot of self-evaluating lately. I think it is time for a change. I don't know what type of change quite yet, but I do know that not all is right in my life. I feel like I should clean up a part of my life, maybe become more organized. You see, I am one of those who has always been the listmaker, never the one checking off the list. And it's hard to believe when you see the line of work I am in. My job is all about follow-up. It's my home and personal life that lacks the follow-up. I am in need for a change.

I suppose you could say I noticed this - ah, well, it hit me pretty hard this morning. As I was on my way to drop my kid off to school clear across town, I saw everyone on their daily commute to only God knows where. All of those single file cars on the three-lane highway, all with the same purpose of having to be somewhere by sometime. It made me think about how predictable my life is and how I need more organization. Now you may be thinking that I am talking out of both sides of my mouth here, and I am. Sort of. I wish I could organize my life and home better. I have always been a dreamer of the family dinners at the kitchen table and nights curled up with my family, watching a great show together. Very traditional, I know. But it is also very RARE!!! Not very many families do that anymore. We are always in such a hurry that we don't make time for the small stuff that really matters. As for being predictable, I guess you could say that about me with relationships. I always know how they are going to end up. It's pretty bad when you know the reason why it doesn't work out, but don't do anything to make sure that it doesn't end up that way.

Did that make any sense?

Oh well. I guess it takes time. I am just afraid that one day I will wake up and see that I don't have as much time as I thought I did.

Monday, September 18, 2006

What A Day

Funny day today. It was one of the most stressful days I have had since I took this new position. I actually had one of my bosses, D#1, threaten me with my job today. Actually, she threatened all of us. I have to laugh about it because she doesn't have that authority, but she is one of those who thinks she does. So, it is comical to watch sometimes.

Anyway, we had a conference call with her today and of course, she wants us to come up with an action plan on how we are going to cure the shrink problem she has created. Only because we have the magic ways of getting it all turned around. We didn't have any help except- wait! She was the one who told all of our stores to concentrate on sales and not to worry about shrink. Well, guess what? They listened. And now she is scrambling to find the answers.

Quite frankly, I am stressed out, but I am also seeing another side of this. I have been evaluating D#1 quite a bit since I took on this position and I have noticed that she has low self-esteem. I believe this to be the reason why she is always throwing us under the bus. I had to go off on her a bit today. It wasn't very nice and I would normally never talk to a superior that way, but she has allowed me to do it so many times before, that it is difficult not to anymore. I want her to hear what our people have to go through for the "office people". What they seem to forget is that the people who are working their fingers to the bone in the stores are their bread and butter. How easy it is to forget. I will never forget. I haven't yet and I never will.

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Auburn #2

Auburn is now ranked #2 behind Ohio State. Amazing. Well, Andrew, looks like we have a slight competition between us. How fun!

Sheddin' A Tear

I am watching Extreme Makeover, Home Edition, or something like that. I am always a sucker for tear jerkers like that show.

It makes me think about my life and how much I have to be thankful for. I have a wonderful family who is currently healthy and happy. I have a home to live in and a vehicle to drive. I have a great paying job, even though I complain about it sometimes. And the best part of my life is my kid. I truly have a wonderful child. I am so proud of DB. DB is the best thing I ever did.

Well, gotta go get teary-eyed some more...

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Pigs and Pigskins

Got a lot of work done today and I am feeling good about it. However, one of my bosses is one of those who have to rain on my parade. I will call her D#1. Anyway, when D#1 is under the gun with her bosses, she is quick to throw me and my fellow colleagues under the bus. Yet, she always saying that we have to stick together. I have been told that she talks about all of us behind our backs, which is true because I have heard her talk about my peers that way. One of my fellow associates and I talk daily, even though she is in another state. We have both found out that this has been going on. What a bitch. I let my fellow associate know everything she says, and she does the same for me. Karma is a bitch and so am I when you try to throw me under the bus. Things may get ugly soon.

Well, it looks like Ohio State has kicked some MAJOR CINCY ASS today. 37-7 Woohoo! Go BUCKS!! Too bad we don't play Auburn this year. That would be fun to go up against one of by blogger friends. We both know who would win anyway. That's right, THE Ohio State University!!! Sorry Andrew, still love ya though.

Friday, September 15, 2006

Feeling Better

Oh, I feel so much better. Thanks Andrew. Anyway, tonight was a good night. Got to do some real family stuff. I have had a long day and I am turning in a little early. Good night.
I just read Andrew's post. Why??????????????????????????????? I feel bad about it. What's a blogger friend to do? Help me please!

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Me, Myself, and I

Anyone out there familiar with multiple personalities? I think one of my friends has them. I have only seen three so far. #1 is the one that I became friends with first. #2 comes out when it wants to get major attention. And #3 is the cold one, the one who gives you the major cold shoulder. When #3 is there, #1 will usually come back after I have done some gentle coaxing. #2 is just whiny sometimes and when it doesn't get it's way, #3 comes back. Weird, huh?

This person has never told me that they have multiples. They may not even realize it. I just think it is odd, that's all. Well, maybe odd is not the word I want to use, but intriguing.

Ever been around anyone who was like that?

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Some Random Stuff

I worked from 5 am to 4:30 pm today. Today was the day I was getting ready for the pres and vp's to walk one of my stores. It was back breaking standing over those cheese cases making them beautiful. But I was able to get it accomplished. The tail gate section turned out pretty well. I will have to go back in there and follow up with the store on the changes I have made.

I was so tired when I got home, I fell asleep on the living room floor from 6-8:30. I am sure that I will not be able to sleep tonight, unless I decide to take some Tylenol PM.

My kid has a social studies test tomorrow. I have been pushing DB to study. DB got an A on the last one. DB's not doing too bad this year. Likes junior high much better than elementary. Who wouldn't. Puberty is already knocking on the door though. A little scary for a single mom, well, sort of.

The boyfriend will be getting off of work soon and I know that he is going to be dog tired when he gets here. Perhaps I should be nice and give him a soothing massage or warm sponge bath. That might make him feel better. Well, gotta go. Have a wonderful night. Till later...

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Too much to do, not enough time.

Rush, rush, rush to get it all done.

Pencil-whipping here, skimming over there.

Quantity, not quality.

What kind of footprints are YOU making in the world?

Junk T.V.

Well, I am home for a moment. I guess you could say I am working a sort of split shift. Anyway, I was flipping channels on the boob tube and I realized that our lives have way too many talk shows. Why so many? Oprah, Ellen, Dr. Phil, The View, Tyra, Dr. Keith, and so on and so on. Blah, blah, blah.

Today on Oprah, you can find the perfect bra to fit your "unnatural" boobies. Or you can find the perfect jeans to make you look thinner.

Because so many of us have no idea how in the hell to dress ourselves. All of those millions, and she wants to dress the world. Are you insulted? Actually, she is pretty insightful on many of her shows. She is one of the few that I can stand. I don't really care about how she gives away all of that free stuff. That is the only reason why people want to go on the show.

Well, I feel a feel a nap coming on. Till evening...

Monday, September 11, 2006

I'm Popular Once Again! Yeah! Cuz' That Is What Really Matters In Life, Right?

Yeah! Andrew's back on. That twerp, messing with his computer and giving us all a heart attack. I was seriously taken aback by it. But all is better, which I knew it would be. He still loves us. Don't you?

Well, work is starting to be a little overbearing. People are starting to piss me off. Everyone wants a part of your time or wants you to help them on some major project when you have mountains of work piled on your own desk. Know what I say to that? SENSOR OVERLOAD! TALK TO SOMEONE WHO GIVES A SHIT RIGHT NOW BECAUSE IT ISN'T ME!

Okay, I feel much better now. Thank you.

So, I am glad I went to the doctor. I have no infection or virus. My cough is from a previous virus and it is taking an extra long time to get the hell out of my system because of two things: I talk a lot in my line of work and stress. At least this is what the doctor has told me. Go figure. Two things that I can't help. He did give me an inhaler for it. It is working so far.

Have you noticed how cartoons have changed since we were kids? Remember the Smurfs and Tom & Jerry? Now it is SpongeBob Squarepants or Ed, Edd, and Eddie. Have you seen some of this stuff? I will admit that I do love SpongeBob and I really like the Simpsons. My boyfriend can't wait for the Simpson's Movie to come out. I told him that they will probably end the show with that movie.

Anyway, we are waiting for the pizza to get here, which should be any minute now. So, gotta go. Have a great night!


Well, it seems that I am now not an invited guest on Andrew's blog, 4th Avenue Blues. Tried getting on this morning and it said that it was for invited users. I tried to get through, but couldn't.

Ouch. That slap kinda hurt. I hope there is a reason and that he wouldn't leave me hangin' like that. Perhaps I made him mad or something. Perhaps someone is sending him unwanted comments. Who knows. I guess I will wait for him to e-mail me and then if I don't hear back, I will go on with my blogging life. There are plenty of other blogging friends that I can conversate with. The whole thing seems a little strange. But then again, I don't know the reason, therefore I will try not to pass judgement.

I'm taking a lunch break, so I will return later this evening...

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Back From a Busy Weekend!

Well, I am finally back from KC and I am trying to catch up on all of the posting that happened while I was gone. I have about nine other blogs that I like to keep up with. All of these people are so different and their style of writing are unique as well. That is why I like these nine. They all are so different, but together, they make a great team of writers.

Went to the Chiefs game and they lost. I did have a field pass and got to see many of the players within touching distance. Way cool.

I am most excited about my Ohio State Buckeyes winning against the Texas milking cows. Woohoo. Go Bucks! Smith did an awesome job! I hope they stay #1 for awhile.

Well, I know it is early, but I am tired from all of the traveling, so I am off to bed. Night...

Friday, September 08, 2006

My stores had visits from some suits from G.O. today. We looked good as usual. However, I worked my ass off at one of the stores trying to re-merchandise my two departments in two days. That proved to be a challenge, but I was able to pull it off with the great team of people I requested. I also received an unexpected $50 gift card from the meat marketing team for helping promote an ad item while one of their guys was on vacation. It came with a thank you card and almost made me a little emotional. Those guys are great.

Well, the trip to Kansas City is coming up tomorrow afternoon. But, I am more excited about the Ohio State game. They play Texas tomorrow in Texas. There are 30,000 to 40,000 fans expected to be there. How cool is that? I can't wait to watch that game on Will's big screen. Woohoo.

Anyway, I am on my way to the doctor this evening. I am finally going to get some antibiotics for this hacking cough I have inherited. Maybe then I will be able to get some sleep.

Well, I guess I will try and report more later. Till then, hang on to your shorts...

Thursday, September 07, 2006

You Are Olive Green

You are the most real of all the green shades. You're always true to yourself.

For you, authenticity and honesty are very important... both in others and yourself.

You are grounded and secure. It takes a lot to shake you.

People see you as dependable, probably the most dependable person they know.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Coughing and Asian Funnies

I am watching Blue Collar TV with Jeff Foxworthy. Are you kidding me? It's kind of stupid. Actually, it's really stupid. And to think that they are making all that money making fun of rednecks. I guess I am in the wrong profession. Maybe I should do a comedy show that makes fun of Asians. Since I am half Korean, I can talk about being a half-breed woman who is really smart, but doesn't know how to drive. I can also let everyone know that I don't eat people's pets, nor does my house smell funny. You see where I am going with this. It's funny to a point.

I cannot for the life of me get rid of this cough! I have had it since I got back from my cruise at the end of July. I have that feeling in my throat that makes me cough every minute. I really need to find time to get to the doctor, cuz' I bet I have something bad. It will have to wait until opening day of the Chiefs. I have seats to sit with my boss behind the Chiefs 30 yard line, 12 rows up. We also have field passes. I am wondering what to take down to the field to get autographed. I probably won't get the chance, but at least I will get a closer glimpse of Trent Green's ass. Woohoo!
Till later...

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Lovely Day

Okay, so I have to deal with difficult people on a daily basis. There is a store manager who is totally getting on my nerves. Maybe it's because she has such a strong personality like myself. Anyway, she is quite difficult to deal with. It's usually her way or the highway, and many are intimidated by her. She makes up her mind about people before she actually gets to know them, no second chances. Several of her associates don't want to work for her and many associates do not want to go to her store because she is such a bitch to people. So far, no one has stood up to her about the way she is. I did say so far, didn't I?

On to better subjects. Today was such a beautiful day! The air has that crisp cling to it. It's not the breeze of autumn, but you can tell the season is near. The sun is not as bright as the early summer sun. The evenings are so comfortable, sitting on my patio. I love times like these, when I know that all is right with me and my loved ones, right then and there at that moment. I wish every day and every hour could be like that. But that is not reality. Life loves to throw challenges at us 100 miles an hour. And don't forget about the near-deadly twists and turns that go with that road of life. We are always faced with whether or not we want to pass on the double line or be dutiful and pass when it is safe. I tend to stick myself out there and check, never actually passing for fear I will get hit by that 18-wheeler.

I hope everyone is having a super day. I can't wait to enjoy the wonderful evening outside on my patio. Aaaaaah.
The magical hour is upon us and it is a lovely 54 degrees. It's going to be a beautiful day. Till later...

Monday, September 04, 2006


Nothing like spending the yearly Labor Day holiday doing a crapload of laundry. I have about seven loads to do. Why so many, you ask? I have enough clothes to last me about two months before I have to do laundry. So, I do what every other lazy American does, I procrastinate.

I haven't done laundry like this for at least three weeks. It just lays around in my closet, my bathroom, or on my bedroom floor until I am ready to do it. Is my house dirty? Probably, but today I could give a rat's ass.

As you can see, my mood isn't the greatest. I had a really bad day yesterday. People get on my everlasting nerves sometimes! I mean, SHIT!!! People were rubbing me the wrong way yesterday. It was one after the other. I just wanted to tell everyone to shut up and go crawl in a hole somewhere.

But, I am sure my mood will pick up later in the day. I am going to a co-worker's house for a barbecue this evening. I am bringing the ribeyes, pasta salad, and brownies. Yes, my generous ass will be throwing down some good eats. Till later...

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Your Candy Heart Says "Hug Me"

A total sweetheart, you always have a lot of love to give out.

Your heart is open to where ever love takes you!

Your ideal Valentine's Day date: a surprise romantic evening that you've planned out

Your flirting style: lots of listening and talking

What turns you off: fighting and conflict

Why you're hot: you're fearless about falling in love

I Quit

I feel bad. I have been crying. Why do some people make you feel so bad? I am talking about the people that we care about so much (Randall), but they don't seem to care about you. What did I do to make you mad? Why do you always make me feel so bad? Why do you always have this affect on me? Why can't I get over you and the fact that you and I will never be the same friends we used to be? What did I do wrong? Tell me. You never tell me. You are always a closed book.

I know what it is. It's my curse. My generosity always gets me in this situation. I don't know how many times I am going to keep burning myself before I fully understand that I can't keep building the fire the same way. Why do I devote so much to others? I thought that Randall was going to be different. I was for sure that this friendship would break the cycle. Wrong. I was wrong. I fell in love with my friend and I couldn't help it. It has been a long time since then, but it still hurts anyway. It will never be the same. I quit.

Four Football Games in Four Hours - Now That Is Workin'!

Ohio State won last night! WooHoo!! My friend Andrew, from 4th Avenue Blues, was rooting for Auburn last night, and they won as well!! Yeah!

It was awful. Last night I was flipping between four different stations to keep up on all of the games. The game that I watched the most was the OU game, only because I wanted Oklahoma to get their asses kicked. Alas, it did not happen. I was screaming for UAB to score on the television. My neighbors in my apartment complex probably think I am nuts. I am pretty vocal when it comes to college football. But you could probably tell that.

Anyway, the big game against Texas shall prove to be interesting. I wish I could get tickets, I would go in a heartbeat.

Have a great Sunday, all!!

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Football Season Is Here

It is a cool 66 degrees outside with the high of 73. It feels so good. Autumn is around the corner and I can't wait! It is my favorite season.

My friend Andrew has been staying in his car as a trial basis. He is probably going to experience the change in season like no one else that I know could. Lucky dog. Hopefully he will be back into his home soon, though.

I have not heard anything from Pipe lately. Hopefully he has been resting.

Well, I should probably get going to work. I love setting my own hours. I will probably work 10-6 today, no lunch. With weather like this, I love going in.

Today is the first day of College Football. GO OHIO STATE!!! They play Northern Illinois at 3:30. I hope they kick that ass!!!