Friday, August 19, 2011

Friday Morning


  • It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday. Everyone's lookin' forward to the weekend weekend. 
  • And I didn't even have to look up the lyrics. (because I can still hear my husband singing that word for word)
  • I've paused the soap operas, pushed aside the bon-bons' and have decided to allow my blogging talents to return for your reading pleasure. 
  • Life has been good. Yep, marriage with The Great Blogger has been good. Very good. You wouldn't believe how sweet and caring that man is. Yea, yea, yea - I know he has his haters. But he is an incredible guy. 
  • Speaking of sweet, he bought me a new dryer yesterday and amazingly, it was here at 8am this morning after I called Lowe's to pay over the phone last night around 8pm. I heart the Lowe's. (Home Depot and Best Buy just didn't seem interested in our money.) 
  • Husband will finally have clean under-roos when he gets home, just in time for date night. I wouldn't blog how many days with clean unders he went would I? Pfft, of course not. 
  • Today a visit to the doctor for the yearly school medical paperwork for the asthmatic kid and maybe I'll splurge on a little shot of happy estrogen for me while we're there. 
  • Then it's off to chase down some composition notebooks and we're hoping to end the hunt for the pocket folders with brads. Fingers crossed.
  • I should mention The 3rd Grader begged me to sign up for "Room Mom" since I am now a stay at home mom. Eek! 
  • Partyin', partying' yeah! Partyin', partying' yeah! Fun fun Fun Fun. Lookin' forward to the weekend.

4 comments:

Jarhead said...

So you just waltz in here and blog after a 3 month layoff like you own the place?

I guess marriage to certain high-fallootin' bloggers has its privileges...

#freetward

aroundthecorner said...

Good to see you back....

And what Jar said....

RPM said...

Not to be picky, but it's "everybody's workin' for the weekend".

Next time you need an appliance check out the Habitat For Humanity Re-Store in River Oaks. They have new and used building supplies and appliances that were donated but not used. The money goes to Habitat For Humanity.

I bought a brand new Kenmore dryer for $75 2 years ago. The down side is they don't deliver, but after saving $300 I figured it wasn't that big of a deal.

Oh yeah, 'bout time you got back to blogging! :)

janneba said...

Glad your back miss hearing all the little ups and downs of your life and these men are getting downright boring.