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July 28, 2007

Another Reason I Love Them

They make videos like this
Digby, "Bad Swing"

July 26, 2007

Pictures are Up!

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coolest people to ever to be in Germany together at the same time!


1,500 plus CPDRC inmates of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center, Cebu, Philippines at practice

Home, Sweet, Home

Wow does it feel good to be home. I promise I'll post more details of the trip later, as well as lots of pictures. But being gone for 10 days means I've got some catching up to do on other "real life" stuff.

Plus the boy's third (!!!!) birthday is Saturday.

July 17, 2007

*Quick Amsterdam Update*

Hello all! I just wanted to say hi and let you know we arrived safe and sound. Today was our last full day in Amsterdam, and tomorrow we are off to Berlin to meet our friend Moritz and be with him as he gets married this weekend.

I'm having a truly amazing time and it's unbelievable here. The differences and the similarities. I need more time.

But I miss my kids and I miss my husband. I love a vacation and all, but it'll be good to be home.

More details and pictures once I return home!

July 13, 2007

I'm off!!!

Wooot. in less then 24 hours from now I'll be on my way to Europe! I'm almost done packing. I think I've stopped because I'm getting a little hesitant to leave my kiddos. :-( I've got a lovely stack of pictures I'm taking, but I'll still miss them terribly. I haven't even really put together the phrase "I'm leaving my kids for 10 days" (Acckkkk) because it hurts.

Keep your fingers crossed that the flight is safe and I return in one piece. Keep your fingers crossed for Adam too.

Bye guys!

July 12, 2007


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July 09, 2007

What the fuck is wrong with people...

Body Found in Trash Identified as Missing Boy

July 08, 2007

Falls Visit

Falls of The Ohio




Shopping makes me think

Earlier today, I promised Conner we could paint after his nap. Only when he lay down did I realize that he had no paints left. Woot, off to the store for me. Plus, I needed to get him a pair of swim trunks that didn't "hurt his tepacles".

Off to Big Lots I go. As I was pulling out of the Big Lots parking lot, I had to laugh as I remembered how, just around 10 years ago, I would have been MORTIFIED for anyone to see me coming and going from there, and if I was with my mom and dad and they had to go in, I would beg to stay in the car. Now, I am usually there at least once a week. Yeah that's not really a good story, but it made me laugh.

Since this was a solo venture, I decided to take advantage of Target being right across the street. As I was pulling in I was greeted by an ultimate frustrater. The big ass SUV in front of me is just stopped in the pedestrian walkway that's just outside the door. Just stopped. Seriously, we sat there for like 3 minutes with nothing. Then the passenger door swings open and some lady comes rolling out, the stink of entitlement (or stupidity) following close behind. If you're going to stop f-ing traffic so your fat ass doesn't have to walk "all the way" across the Target parking lot, at least be ready when your chauffeur stops. Ugghh.

On the way out I passed the cart boy sweating and heaving a long line of carts in and I chuckled and thought boy I'm glad I don't have to work in this heat anymore. Through out high school and a little bit of college I worked at my beloved Target and that was when they still had the Garden Centers in the parking lots. I loved working it. When I went to the store manager and asked if I could be scheduled out there, he laughed and said I was the only person who'd ever volunteered for that position. I think that was one of my favorite jobs.

July 06, 2007


My passport just arrived! Whew not a moment too soon.

It looks I'm Europe bound after all!

Thanks for all the crossed fingers.

July 03, 2007

Random Things

* The Louisville Smoking Ban- Believe it or not, I actually went out on Saturday night with some friends. Unbeknownst to me, it was the first night of the way strict smoking ban. You know what? I honestly could not tell a drop in attendance whatsoever. People need to get the hell over this. It's here and it's fine. People are not going to stop going out.

*Adam accepted his officers commission while performing his two weeks at Atterbery. I'm happy for him because this gives him a real opportunity to be a good leader to his men, and work on giving more to the community on his one weekend a month, and of course he gets a pay increase. It did extend our commitment another 3 years. I am not happy about this, and he does have to return to Ft. Benning for one 6 week course and another 12 week course. He does have 2 years to complete it, and during that time he is non-deployable. (BUSH move your shit and end this war by then. Kay? Thanks).There is also a lovely bonus when he completes the last two courses.

*I leave in less then 2 weeks for Germany! Of course that is still pending on my passport arrival. I know it's being processed as we speak but let's hope they move it the F along.

July 01, 2007

A sad loss

Today I learned that a friend of mine from high school passed away.

Benjamin "Ben" L. Moses 25 years of age, died Saturday June 30th, 2007 near Durango, CO in a car accident. Ben was a native of New Albany, IN, a 2000 graduate of Floyd Central High School, and was a Sous Chef and server at the La Gallo Rosa restaurant in Louisville, KY. He was also a former student at Middle Tennesse State University in Murfreesboro, TN and a resident and musician in the Nashville, TN area. He will be greatly missed by his friends and family. He was preceeded in death by his Granny Irene Kisor.

Ben is survived by his parents, Dale and Peggy Kisor Moses of Floyds Knobs, IN, his brother Nick Moses of New Albany, IN, and grandmother, Dorothy Christian of Clarksville, IN.

Visitation will be 2-8 PM Thursday July 5th at Kraft Funeral Service, 2776 Charlestown Rd., New Albany, IN. Funeral Service will be held 12:00 Noon Friday July 6th, 2007 at the Kraft Charlestown Road Funeral Chapel with burial in Charlestown Cemetery in Charlestown, IN. Expressions of Sympathy may go to: The American Diabetes Association.

Ben and I actually met through an ex-boyfriend. We just kept hanging around through marching band and theatre. He was a fun guy and always in a good mood. We lost touch after high school but remained friendly when bumping in to each other around town and at stuff like Harvest Homecoming.

My prayers and thoughts go out to Ben''s family and his close friends.