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Monday, December 10, 2012

License To Stare

I had lunch with two cops today. Wade and his partner Michele.

Who knew carrying a gun and a badge was license to stare at everyone that walked by. It was funny to watch and now I'm just jealous that I don't have those things so I can stare without feeling guilty. Haha

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Moving Forward

On Monday night, Wade and the girls drove down from Hemet. When I told Tuesday they were coming she panicked. Tuesday lives in a constant state of disaster. I close my eyes to it, it's the only way I stay sane. So, she ran to go clean her room and then she had the nerve to tell me to start cleaning up too! Haha. I did clean the bathroom though. Not because she told me to but because it was already on my list of things to do that day.

This is the first time Wade's girls had been to my house. Rylee walked in and said, "I love your house, it smells so good!". That cracks me up because her mom is a Scentsy person just like me. Maybe we don't like the same scents. Who knows.

The girls hung out in Tuesday's freshly cleaned room and played with the hamsters. Walter is the best one and got the most attention. We ate pizza and drove down to Seaside to drive through the lights. It's still early down there are not everyone has their lights up yet but, it was still nice and it was fun to show Emma and Rylee.

We introduced the girls to Mom and Dad as well. They did well. I was a little worried that my dad would scare them but, he didn't. Emma, who is super shy, was funny. Mom asked how old she was and when she said SEVEN, Wade and I tried to convince her that she was EIGHT. Oops! She's seven.

It was a fun night. It was fun to have the girls here. Can't wait until they come back for Tamale Day.
Monday, December 3, 2012

I'm Turning Into My Mother......

and I'm not sorry one bit.

It occurred to me just last night. Wade and I went to dinner on his Dancing With The Stars winnings (don't ask) and he was teasing me, he knew something and wouldn't tell me what he knew. I started giggling and couldn't stop. Just like my mom. I think it's so funny when she does that and here I am giggling up a storm in Olive Garden and as it's happening I'm thinking in my head, "The Woman does this. I've seen her do this." and an image of my mother giggling pops in my head.

I promise you, it was funny and I'm thankful no one was there to see me but Wade