Wednesday, August 29, 2007

liquid crack

I just saw a thing on aol that said that 9 out of 10 Americans owns a gun. Hmmmm we have enough to make up for those who don't.

I said that I was going to give up starbucks. Now I am hooked on Burger Kings iced coffee. It is sooo goood. My girlfriend calls it my liquid crack. I so need some liquid crack this morning.

I have a very busy day planned. I need to go to the dairy and then to the grocery store. I still have to get some more pet quilts made, and get dinner cooked. I am taking a friend to the air port tonight. I have to call and get Nikki an appointment for a physical.

blah blah blah........

Lets talk about me! I am still on cloud nine. I am so jazzed that I have gotten my foot in the door. I can't wait for tomorrow.

O.K. so people have asked for a hint. Well o.k. I will give you a hint. It has wheels! LOL

Last night Rusty and I went out to dinner and then we went and looked at this house that I found. I so want to buy this house. It is an old craftsmen style home and I have always wanted to restore a home. Rusty said that I would never get my money back out of the house if I did restore it. I suggested that we live in it. Rusty did not like that idea. He said that the next time we move it will be out of California.

Hush his mouth. Move out of California? Oh I do not think so. I can't picture me living any other place. I love California!

So I introduced two marines to each other. Now they are talking about getting married! I am so excited for them. George ( the female marine) said to me "well who will walk me down the aisle? I do not even know who my dad is?" So Rusty has agreed to walk her down the aisle. The George says to Rusty "Did you know that I was born the year you graduated from boot camp!" Rusty just gave George the look of death. I think it is funny.

I need to get busy and get my day started. Here is a video for all the military wives out there missing their men. They wrote this song because on of their friends was a military wife.

 

11 comments:

lisa41076 said...

Kelli, I will have to try the iced coffee from BK, there is one in the mall where I work, how sweet you played matchmaker for those two marines, Hugs Lisa

lanurseprn said...

I hope you can get the house. You seem like a person who would completely ENJOY restoring a home!!
If I ever moved it would be to the north....Oregon or WA. But, otherwise, I'm stuck here in CA too!
Cool about the wedding coming up. So you're  a good matchmaker? Find ME a guy, ok? LOL!
Pam

helmswondermom said...

That's so nice that George thinks so highly of you guys she would want Rusty to walk her down the aisle.  I hope you had a great day!
Lori

seraphoflove9001 said...

Thats so cool that they are getting married now! How about another clue?! :o)
Lisa

plieck30 said...

I wonder if our little country Burger King has iced coffee. I'll have to find out. We can get senior drinks there for twenty seven cents. See how fun it is to be old? lol Paula

deshelestraci said...

So good to hear a good mood in your writing!  That iced coffee sounds yummy.  I'll have to try it!
I love craftsman style houses!  They are my favorite!
Traci

zoepaul6968 said...

you seem alot happier,its nice to catch up with you,one day youre down or feeling low,the next day youre on cloud nine...what are you on? and can i have some ? lol mwahhs zoe xx
http://journals.aol.co.uk/zoepaul6968/domestic-chaos/

cgtperkins said...

You are on cloud 9!! I didnt know about Burger King's iced coffee......I will have to try it. Have a great evening.
Hugs
Carrie

rdautumnsage said...

Perhaps you could live in the Craftsman's and leave the rest to tend for themselves (winks). Wheels, don't have a clue until you tell me. I think we all need some form of liquid speed (caffeine) to keep up with our busy lives. (Hugs) Indigo

loverobin32 said...

I remember when that video came out...the hub was deployed and I cried for an hour and yet kept playing it over and over...God what a drama queen I can be...Hugggs, Robin

gehi6 said...

I was thinking about all the soldiers and their wives and families when I posted my entry about watching Katie Couric broadcasting from Bagdad.  She and CBS are going to be there all this week, so I am going to try to watch it.  My son Dan was in the military sailing all over the world (navy) so I know what it is to worry about what is happening where he is, and also what was going to happen to his little son left behind and not having a father's imput at all for 3 years.  I can always count on you to be thinking about them and doing something for them.   Gerry