I went to see some live music this weekend with a fellow spouse. The singer sang Leaving on a Jetplane. Yeah...that's not emotional for us.
I fell really hard on Saturday afternoon. I wasn't drunk. I thought I broke my nose. My back still hurts.
I miss my husband terribly.
I am pms'ing and I'm so moody. I've been almost picking fights with Mr. Jetplane while talking this past weekend. I don't know what's wrong me. I feel horribly when I get off the phone.
I saw The Hangover yesterday. It was funny but a lot more graphic than I was prepared for. I was concerned I may have upset my girlfriend that went with me. I'm a girl with a guy's sense of humor but I don't always know others' sensibilities.
I turn 31 on Thursday. I am not prepared to be 31. Its not going to be a good day.
I miss my husband...have I mentioned that already?
This Memorial Day please take the time to honor those that gave all for our freedoms.
Happy Pug Friday. Sorry I'm been MIA. I actually set up an "END OF WORLD" Pug Friday post last week but sadly Blogger didn't want to post it :(
I found this video quite funny, considering how much my pug hates the vacuum cleaner and how much I wish I could vacuum his hair off of him.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone.
I feel the need...the need for speed....
I was in utter shock. It was a strange mix of emotions. I was happy, sad, joyful, worried, you name it. Then I felt bad...I felt bad for being so happy a person was killed. But I am happy about it. I am happy he received the justice he so rightfully deserved. True justice would be that repeated a 1000+times for the unnecessary and tragic heartbreak he caused our nation and others before and after September 11th.
While this is a HUGE step, the War on Terror is not over. The battle rages on and our men and women on the front lines. We must be vigilant in our cities. We must stand watch because there will be retaliation. But right now...I'm proud of our service members. I'm proud of the Navy Seals and the CIA and all involved for getting the job done. I'm proud to be the wife of a currently deployed airmen. I'm proud to know that right now he's serving his country and keeping us safe. I'm proud that for one night it felt like America was united and happy and together. I bawled like a baby during the President's speech, it moved me. I cried when I saw the groups gathering and singing. It was a great day to be an American. We tasted a small success that we so long deserved.
Which makes this whole birth certificate drama vomit inducing...our Commander in Chief was dealing with momentual tornado damage in the South and THIS...and he needs to deal with that crap. I think it should keep it in perspective. I don't envy the POTUS and his role at all.
Whether you're a Republican or Democrat, I don't believe this is time for politics. This is a time to show respect to those that made it happen from start to finish.
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