Lots of little stuff running through my head. Just have to share . . .
Stopped at the post office today to ship a package to Princess (my step-daughter) and the Grandkids. Saw something that made me shake my head in wonder. You know those young guys that wear their jeans low on their hip so their boxers show? This guy had his jeans down over his butt and had almost ALL of his boxers showing. The best part? He was wearing a BELT to make sure the pants didn’t fall down. His girlfriend was walking three paces ahead of him.
I saw the commercial for the new season of Grey’s Anatomy. Seriously? Oh. My. Gawrsh. An ad agency was paid a lot of money for this? Seriously? Seriously.
Miracle Girl (my youngest niece) has signed up to be a cheerleader for the local Pee Wee football team. She’s a little on the shy side so it’s a big deal for her to want to do something like this. She was at Mom’s on Tuesday night and we asked her to show off some of her new cheers. The only way we could convince her to do the cheers was to have someone stand up and do them with her. The person who did the cheers with Miracle Girl was none other than her daddy. My Mr. Tough Guy Rock Star Baby Brother stood next to his little 6 year old daughter and did football cheers – including hand motions and jumps – in front of me, Mom & Dad, my sisters, and my nieces. I just wish I had a camera to capture the moment.
Princess has been calling and talking to Hubby. Their on-again/off-again is in the on-again phase right now. Hubby is thrilled to have his little girl back in his life but I’m holding judgment on this for the time being. We’ve been down this road before, and I’m not totally convinced that she’s not up to something. For Hubby’s sake, I pray that I’m wrong.
Hubby has been getting some interesting referrals for his fishing rod repair business. The work I’ve been doing putting stuff on the website is paying off – slowly but surely. One caller even said that Hubby was “highly recommended” by one of the pro fishermen we met at the fishing expo last month.
As part of my new job, I have to make calls to patients to confirm medication orders, arrange for sample pick-up, etc. A lot of our patients have cell phones instead regular land-line phones. Something I’ve noticed is that a lot of them have something called ringback tones. You hear some song instead of the usual ringing sound when you call someone. Oh. My. Garwsh. These things are annoying. And usually it’s a disgusting rap song. I need to clean my ears out after calling some patients. Does this mean that I’m an old fogie?
Speaking of cell phones, I do not understand why patients in the waiting room feel they must share all the details of personal cell phone calls with everyone. You would not believe the things I’ve overheard being discussed by some of the patients. Enough to make me blush!
I ran into my high school sweetheart today. He was “the one” and I was engaged to him before I met Hubby. We broke up over 25 years ago (gulp!) and the last time I saw him was about 15 years ago when I ran into him in at one of the big department stores here in town. Today’s encounter caught me totally off guard. We both live in the same little town, but we never run into each other. I thought I recognized him, but I wasn’t sure. Then he said something and I knew for sure it was him. The beautiful brown hair was cut a lot shorter than I remembered and he was heavier in the face, but I’d recognize that voice and those eyes anywhere. You could have knocked me over with a feather. I kept my composure, smiled my biggest smile and did the small talk thing for a couple of minutes. The longest couple of minutes of my life . . .
I have to admit that I haven’t had a week this interesting in a very long time . . .