Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Summer 2007

I desperately need a vacation. Unfortunately I'll have to wait until summer 2007 as I have plans to take Brian on his first visit to Las Vegas. My favorite vacation destination. That's right bitches, Vegas ain't just for Kevin Federline, no sir!


Why do some guys, upon entering a public restroom and realize another person is in there, pretend that they did not go there to pee/poop but to blow their nose? You know what I'm talking about. They walk in and surprise, somebody else is there using the restroom/finishing up. So instead of walking directly to a urinal they walk to the paper towel dispenser or t.p. roll and begin blowing their non-mucus filled nose.

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Alphabet Meme

What a better way to start a new week after a wonderful Thanksgiving getaway (more on that later this week) than a fun meme, stolen borrowed from Spo-Reflections

A is for age: 29
B is for beer of choice: I don't drink beer.
C is for career: Accountant
D is for favorite Drink: Diet Coke
E is for essential item you use everyday: Copaxone (MS Med) and Effexor (anti-depressant med).
F is for favorite song at the moment: Natalie Merchant "Carnival"
G is for favorite game: Pacman
H is for hometown: El Paso, TX
I is for instruments you play: Trumpet
J is for favorite juice: Gin. I kid. :)
K is for kids: None
L is for last kiss: Thanksgiving morning
M is for marriage: In my eyes, Brian and I are already married.
N is for name of your best friend: Brian
O is for overnight hospital stays: None. I'm a healthy boy.
P is for phobias: Being broke and poor.
Q is for quote: "Confusius says, 'Man with hand in pocket feel cocky all day.'"
R is for biggest regret: Letting one of my boyfriends move in with me after only 2 days of meeting him.
S is for Shirts: Dress shirts for work, T-shirts for weekend. Closet full of them! But I keep wearing the same 5-6 shirts week in and week out.
T is for time you wake up: 4:30 am
U is for underwear: Boxer briefs
V is for vegetable you love: Hate veggies
W is for worst habit: smoking
X is for x-rays you have had: None. Unless MRIs count, if so, then head.
Y is for yummy food you make: Hashbrown Casserole
Z is for zodiac sign: Cancer

I'm tagging everybody who reads this!

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving

Well, I'm out for the next week or so. I'm sorry for the lack of posts. My life and news has been dry, as always. Which is good because I hate having drama in my life, as Mary J. Blige once said.

I will be driving home to see the folks in New Mexico. It's nice to get away. Sometimes the city life gets to me. Brian is off on the a jet plane to see his familia on Thursday. Jesus, can't believe it's the holiday time again! When I return, I have to hit Target or Wal-Mart (preferably Target as Wal-Mart is a shit hole mad house everytime I go) and buy holiday decorations. Then come January 1st, it's the beginning of a new year and a fresh start.

Enough ramblings...y'all have a wonderful holiday and don't get too full eating Big Bird turkey. Toodles!

Friday, November 17, 2006


People waiting in line, sometimes for days, to get their hands on the new Playstation 3. That's so sad!

Saturday, November 11, 2006

My Humps

As I was vacuuming my car at the car wash yesterday afternoon, The Black Eyed Peas song "My Humps" came out on the radio. Although I don't normally like stupid campy songs, I was really jamming to this song.

Now, a day later, I can't get it out of my head and it's driving me insane. So why should I be the only one suffering? If you want to suffer along with me, click play on the video below. Come on...I dare you! :P

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Be Still My Heart!!!

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Jury Duty

Oh my chickadees! What a day to be an American citizen! Not only do you get to partake in voting, but like me, you get to enjoy a day at Superior Court for jury duty.

Ok, so the above was said in sarcasm. I don't vote...I steer clear away from politics ...and I loathe loathe loathe jury duty. The most stupidest right we as Americans are born with. Honey, strip me from this right and I will love you forever.

I had to take a day off from work to attend such a joyous civic duty. I didn't get called until 1 pm that day after sitting in hard plastic chairs all morning long (my tush was hurting, and not in a good way). As we took our seats in the courtroom, with all the state's and the defendant's counsel present, the judge began his welcome speech (which included the whole "you should be proud to be a part of a country that allows this...blah, blah, blah) and stated the facts of the case. In a nutshell, it was a murder trial to last 3 months. WHAT?! I have to get out of this shizzle, I thought to myself.

My first opportunity: when the judge stated he will ask each one of us if we have a reason that we cannot be a part of this case. I was first.

"Your honor, I can't be gone from work for such a long time as nobody in my office can do the job that I do and they need me there." (lie)

"What exactly do you do?", asked the judge.

"Uh, well, I'm an Accountant but it specializes in...", I managed to blurt out before the judge cut me off.

"Well, Mr. Robert, I'm sure there are a lot of people in this room whose job requires them to be there. But that is not a good reason to be excused. Find out from your employer if this is going to be ok with them, which I'm sure it will be, and let me know. For now, I am putting you down for 'Yes' in being able to serve."

Double shizzle, I thought. He went around the room and people were coming up with lamer excuses than I did and yet he excused them.

After he allowed those he excused to leave, as I still remained seated along with a few others, he said that in order to get an impartial jury, he will pass out a 10 page questionnaire which he would like for us to answer to get info on our background, thoughts, and beliefs.

A ha! Another opportunity! I wasn't going to screw this one up.

The defendant in the case was an African-American accused of murder. I don't have any problems with African-Americans or anybody of color for that matter. One of the questions on the questionnaire was "Will the race of the defendant affect your decision in the case?"

What did I put down for that? "Yes."

Another question on the questionnaire: What's your opinion on the death penalty?

My answer, "Who are we to play God? God is the one to be the ultimate judge when we stand face-to-face with him during The Judgement and the end of times.... " on and on.

Ooh, I'm a roll! Someone hand me the thickest bible you can find and a grand wizard outfit of the KKK, stat!

Do you think they will want me as a juror on that case? Probably not; that's what I'm hoping. They probably think I'm some bible-freak white supremacist or something! Only time will tell...I should find out next week. If not chosen, I have done my civic duty for another 18 months.

Sunday, November 05, 2006

He won!

I completely and totally forgot to mention that Brian got his job back!!!! Hopefully things will get back to normal.

The Cure

Not much going on here hence my lack of posting. I finally gave Brian a rather rude awakening in regards to his drinking this week (after tearing him a new one, I threatened to leave him), and he has begun attending AA meetings. I'm so very proud of him!!!

One of my favorite songs. Enjoy.