Friday, June 02, 2006


I just couldn't believe this news article

People are sick....Just plain sick.

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Dating is hard

Okay I had a date a few months back. It went well and we both like each other, but he is really busy around this time of the year so it went nowhere. We already had talked about how busy he was going to be because of his profession, and he throws himself into it. He's very committed to it. Oh well we're still friends when he get some spare time to call or when I'm able to catch him on one of my rare calls. During the time when we were planning going on our first date I had met another guy in a chat room. You know how the chat room goes.. you talk to them until you get tired of them and then delete them off your list. But this one was different. We talked and talked and talked. LOL but the biggest twist is that he didn't have a clue who the hell he was talking to, because this particular time I was under one of my alias name in the chat room. I think it was 3 and 1/2 weeks before he even got my REAL name, age, and picture.

Now I was hooked and I really like this guy, but lied to him about almost everything. I said just my luck to meet a nice gentleman and to mess it up because I lied to him thinking he was going to be one of those jerks and he's not. So it came time to tell him the truth...D day... He took it really well and actually understood why I did it. This is when he told me that he really liked me and was glad to have met me. Again the right thing to say. So sweet. It's been 3 months now and I couldn't be happier. He got back just in time for my birthday and we spent it together. It was a wonderful birthday for me. I haven't had one of those in a long time.

So dating is hard because it seems that you have to see several people at the same time just to see which one you are in tune with. I think I have found a good one and I'm keeping my finger crossed on this one. So maybe it will be more to say in a few days and months and years. Wish us hope and plenty of luck....

Monday, September 26, 2005

The Date was Great

I had a wonderful time on my date. My first date in I don't know how long. We went out to dinner and had great conversation. We get along really well. Since he doesn't live around here I guided him to the store and we went back to his hotel and watch some t.v and talked. No pressure of anything. Just a nice wonderful, relaxing evening.

Oh yeah day I got a call back about how much fun he had. I really like this one. He's a very interesting person. Keep your fingers cross for me.

I think I might get to see him today before he leaves to go back home. I really hope so. There will be more to tell later. I'm sure

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Dating again

I have a blind date on Saturday....well not actually blind because I know how he looks. It should be fun. Will give more details if all goes well.

Monday, August 22, 2005

School's Back In and Work is crazy

In a week my children will be back in school. Thank Goodness!!!!!!! Between work and being with them ALLLLLLLLLLLLL day makes a Loooooooooooooong Summer, but fun sometimes. But work has been the kicker. This woman at the J.O.B just gets under my skin. I never ever felt this way about anyone, even any of my exs. I guess I just hate lazy... Why is the laziest person always worried about others. She thinks of new ways to get out of doing work. Shoot that's probably the most work she does all night. Well enough of that. Maybe in time I can explain what pissed me off so much that I'm even writing about her.

Monday, June 27, 2005

Working So Much

Okay I know I haven't been around, because I've been working so much. My kids are out of school except for two that are doing extra reading and math intervention classes. ( summer school) I am working 6 to 7 days a week. So between work and sleep I haven't had time to do much of anything. Last week the kids and I were able to get away for a couple of days. We went to King's Island and had a blast. My daughter won a cell phone ( which I will have to pay for) and me ( the old woman) won an "old school" tournament by getting the highest score on Ms. Pac Man. (44,100). I know I know it's not much of a high score, but I am older now. LOL In my younger days I could have done at least 100,000. But it still made me proud to win over all the little kids, even my son who was trying so hard. :-) Well I won a game controller and a beauty pack. Out of the whole time at King's Island my oldest son sent more 75% of his time in this game room...I don't blame him though, because all the games were free. And they had the newest games. Now we are getting ready for the big 4th of July celebration. We go and see the fireworks every year.

On another note, My special guy and I decided that he has more living to do. With me being a tab bit older and already settled, it's best for him to get to a more stable surrounding. So he has decided to go to school ( which I'm totally agree with). I'm just happy he didn't decide to return back over there with the DOD. And yes that's all for my selfish reasons. I don't think I could do another year or even six months of worrying. No matter what he will always be close to my heart.

So to my next point, I started to like another person at my job, which I totally do not like to do. My job is like a school yard with rumors aways floating around. Considering this, I'm in the process of getting to know this person and I just want it to go smoothly without any problems and scandals. So wish me luck on my new found interest. Until next time. Hopefully much sooner then last.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Fifteen Years Later

This day 15 years ago changed my family so much. This is a day that will always be edged in my mind as long as I live. Two days before my graduation, my brother, was found shot dead. He was working and someone robbed and killed him while he was driving his Taxi. When things like this happen you always think you could have change it after the fact. Like why did he have to go on that run or even drive that night. I remember he was having his suit clean so he could attend my graduation and instead, it was used to bury him. I don't know if people are aware of their time, but it seem as if my brother knew it would be soon. My brother never took photos. No one in the family had any pictures of him without a hand covering his face. But about a month and half before that day he was letting us take his picture. These were the first pictures we had of him in 10 years. So we were able to see how he looked before he went to his resting place. We always wonder why the good ones are taken first. And I can say my brother was a good. Always willing to help others and he was always there for me. He was so smart. At the time of his death he was working two jobs and putting himself through school. The hardest part of losing him was seeing the pain on my mother and my father faces and the good that he could have shared with so many others. I love you, brother. 3/16/1961-6/8/1990