Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Our Weekend

As you all know, Saturday redneckgirl and I went to see Gary Allan in concert.

The concert was amazing. The place he played at was like no concert hall I'd ever been to before. It was a smaller venue, kinda like a place that they could hold an exhibition at the fair.

We got a fairly good view of the stage for most of the show.

The opening act was this 14 year old girl who was belting out the songs. She was really good, especially with her rendition of "Before He Cheats". See redneckgirl's blog to hear the song.

Then, Gary Allan came out and sang mostly every song I wanted to hear.

It was a great concert not only because of the music, but because redneckgirl and I were together, singing along to all our favorite songs.

The last song he sang was "Life Ain't Always Beautiful". During this song, redneckgirl and I danced and near the end of the song, I asked her if we could make our relationship official, and she said yes :D

This, of course, was the absolute best part of the concert!

Finally the Love of My Life and I are officially a couple. I can't say how long I have been wishing and wanting this to happen. I feel like a kid in a candy shop, but better!!!

I'm gonna end this post now before my big cheesy grin spills over into the post.

You guys and gals have a wonderful evening, and a Happy Thanksgiving as well :)

Saturday, November 18, 2006


Yesterday I was at work, and I went on break and called redneckgirl, as I normally do.

I'm outside walking around the parking lot, talking to her, and suddenly something catches my eye, but I don't look up.

I assume it's a cat or a dog because it's so close to me, and when I do look, I realize that it's a raccoon!

I then try to coax the coon over to me (I know they are filthy and carry rabies, but they are cute).

It runs under someones van, and when it thinks I'm gone, it comes out and goes to one of our trash cans and starts trying to knock it over with its 2 front paws.

I'm standing maybe 5 feet away at this time, so I start trying to call it again, because I wanna pet it.

It sees me again, and takes off through the parking lot, around and under various cars with me in tow all the way.

Finally, my newfound friend crawls into the sewer, a place he surely knows I can't follow.

This is the closest I've ever been to a raccoon before, and especially in the kind of surrounding I was in at work.

It was funny and strange, and now every time I go out to the parking lot, I always am on the lookout for him.

The Weekend

Well, I'm outta here for the weekend.

I'll be doing the Gary Allan thing this weekend, and hopefully I'll be posting pics for y'all to see when I get back.

Wait, you know what...I have one thing to tell you guys before I the post above :)

Another One For Redneckgirl

This song reminds me of the time we had to spend apart. It tells of the way I felt than, and I think it conveys that I wouldn't change anything about the way everything has happened. I Love You Brandy.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Big Hair Friday Again!!

This one is for this week :)

Big Hair Friday!!

This is for missing it last week. I have to make it all up to you guys :)

Wednesday, November 15, 2006


All I can say is what the hell is wrong in this world when a 7 year old pulls a knife on someone.

Largo, Florida - Largo Police are looking for a little girl who pulled a knife on a Wal-Mart clerk as she tried to steal two boxes of Lego toy blocks.

It happened on the Missouri Avenue around 9:00 pm Tuesday night.

Police say the 7 to 8-year-old girl hid the toys under her coat and tried to walk out the door.

A store employee was watching and approached the child, asking her to turn over the Lego blocks.

Police say the little girl then opened her jacket and displayed a combo carving knife with a forked point and a 10" blade, saying she was armed for protection.

The employee talked the girl into putting down the knife and the toys.

The girl then rode away on her bicycle.

The employee was not hurt.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

She's Everything

This song describes the way I see redneckgirl. I can't help but think of her every time it plays, and if I'm not with her, I start missing her more than I already was.

This song is for you redneckgirl. I Love You :)

P.S. This was the best video I could find, so pay no attention to the!

4 Days To Gary Allan!!

Wooo Hooo!

I can't wait! I have been trying to see Gary Allan in concert for 4 years now, and every time he comes to town, I'm always at work.

Come Saturday, redneckgirl and I are driving to Owensboro to see him perform.

So not only do I get to see my all time favorite country singer, I get to do it with the woman who inspires me to be better than what I am, and the woman I love with all of my heart.

Hope you all have a great night :)

Saturday, November 11, 2006

The New Hotness!

As you all know, I was going out to get redneckgirl and myself new phones. I wanted to update you on how that went, and show the pics of our new fantastic phones :)

This pink one is hers, because she loves the color pink, and it looks sooo good on her!

This one is mine. A basic silver one, but awesome nevertheless.

Hope your day is going well. I'll visit you all very soon again :)

Friday, November 10, 2006

Saying Goodbye To The Old

This here is the Motorola V276 cell phone. It may look pretty, but don't be fooled by the pretty exterior. Why, you say?

Simply put.....this phone is the biggest piece of shit Motorola ever took in a day.

Both redneckgirl and I have this exact model cell phone, and let me tell you, I was not biased by making the above statement.

I am getting 2 new phones for us today. Mainly because the ones we have now are so much crap.

Mine has already been replaced twice since August. I've not even been with Verizon for a year yet and I've already had to have my phone replaced twice, and now today makes 3.

Good thing is that I am getting a new phone of another model. If it goes the way I think it is, I'll be getting a Motorola V325 phone. If it goes how I hope, I get the Motorola Razr.

Redneckgirl is also getting a new phone. I'm picking her up a pink Motorola Razr.

The above phones have so many problems with the batteries and keeping a charge and dropping not only service, but also power to the phone that it is really ridiculous.

Redneckgirl's phone can't even charge a battery. We meet up at least once a day to swap batteries so she can have a fresh one and I can charge up the other.

Let me just say that it is a major headache to deal with these phones and their shoddy designs.

With that, I'm saying goodbye to this old phone, and HELLO!!!! to the new ones :)

Toe Socks And Flip Flops!!

These are the sexy feet of Redneckgirl in her cute lil toe socks :)

We went to get sodas during my lunch break tonight and she wore these and her flip flops. She really does have a thing for those flip flops, and with feet as sexy as hers, I can't say I blame her.

A closeup of both in hardcore foot!!!

Last pic of the feets for tonight.

I just thought it was cute how she looked with them on, so I thought I'd share with you guys and gals.

Now, in other news, I'm sure you all read about our weekend at the bar, and how nothing happened there. However, drama did happen the next day. Visit my friend hard2stop's blog to read the juicy details.

As a side note, I have not responded yet to certain things because I want to be able to say what I want to say without my anger making me get carried away, but I DO plan on responding to this >:)

Hope you guys have a great night, and I'll try to actually post Big Hair Friday today.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

To My Lovely Redneckgirl

I just wanted to post tonihgt and tell you how beautiful I think you are. I want you to know that you mean everything in the world to me, and that I would gladly lay my own wants aside to give you what you want.

My desire for you burns so intensely that sometimes I think it could consume me. I want you more than anyone I have ever wanted, and I love that feeling. I can't get enough of you.

If I were to die tomorrow, and have but one last request, it would be to look once again into those beautiful eyes. So filled with intrigue and emotion and love. The eyes of a wonderful mother, an amazing friend, and a gorgeous partner and lover.

I tell you I love you every day. However, the words I love you are hardly enough to convey my true feelings for you. I can't think of a string of words that can describe that as passionately as I would like to, or as much as I feel it.

Even though this whole post is cliche, it is the best way I know to tell you how I feel. I am incomplete without you, just an empty and hollow shell of a person.

You taught me so much in our time together. I learned I could love again, more than I had even imagined. I learned I had the capability to care for others. I learned to truly laugh again, and I remember how wonderful that feels.

I imagine throughout the rest of our lives that I will learn so much more from you as well, and I am looking forward to it.

I'm saying here and now that I want to spend the rest of my life with you if and whenever you are ready, and that you are the only woman I ever want or need.

I Love much more than I could ever say.

Important Lessons Learned From 80's Cartoons

I stole this from another website because I thought it was so damn funny. I hope you guys and gals enjoy ;)

CARTOON: The Smurfs
LESSON: Communism works!
For naysayers who point to the Former Soviet Union as proof that communism is inherently flawed, may we merely direct your attention to Smurf Village, where everyone shares everything, wears similar utilitarian clothing, battles Gargamel and his turn-Smurfs-to-gold get rich quick schemes and obeys the dictates of a bearded, red hat-wearing, benevolent authority figure. Quoth Comrade Papa: “From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs.” Really, he actually said that.
How it affected us as adults: Secret communist agendas ceased being dangerous, or really any adjective of consequence, years ago. The worst thing communism does these days is make Ivy League students waste a couple of years wearing ugly clothes and attending boring meetings. However, the sexual politics of Smurf Village, with its one female for every 30 guys, did go a long way towards preparing us for freshman year of college.

LESSON: Spinach is good for you.
Sure, it doesn’t taste as good as candy, ice cream or opium, but it’s full of essential vitamins and minerals that’ll make your muscles explode like battleship cannons. If you want to triumph over the bullying Blutos of the world and win the affections of your own lovely, leggy Olive Oyl, pound a can of spinach at least once a day. Or put it in your corncob pipe and smoke it, like everybody’s favorite ornery, mumbling sailorman. Toot toot!
How it affected us as adults: You only need to look at the steroid scandal rocking Major League Baseball to see that Popeye raised a generation that is willing to use performance enhancers. Also, it should be pointed out that Olive Oyl was the first anorexic sex symbol.

LESSON: Knowing is half the battle.
The other half of the battle is kicking Cobra’s terrorist ass. And with the coolest soldier codenames ever --Snake Eyes, Duke, Lady Jaye, Shipwreck-- winning the war on terror should be no problem. Good will always win out over evil, because good guys work together (Team Work! Cooperation!), while bad guys are ruthless cowards who turn tail and run whenever G.I. Joe’s laser guns get to zappin’. As Sergeant Slaughter once said: “Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people and neither do we.”
Now that’s some good strategery.
How it affected us as adults: Actually, we’re pretty certain that our strategy for the Iraq War was conceived after a two day long G.I. Joe marathon in the Pentagon. They just implicitly trusted that the good guys were going to win, that firing off our guns would make the bad guys run for the caves and that giving everyone cute nicknames was somehow endearing. When things didn’t turn out the way they’d planned, the administration placed the blame on faulty intelligence, or in other words: “Knowing is half the battle, and we unfortunately didn’t know shit.”

CARTOON: Scooby Doo
LESSON: Trust no one.
Those phantoms in the fog are actually malevolent hicks, dressed up as ghosts to scare you off their spooky farm. That monster hiding in the attic is actually old man McGee, trying to find the treasure buried in the floorboards. And that happy-go-lucky frat boy, Fred, is actually a bloodthirsty killer. Don’t turn your back on him. Or the girls. Or your dog
…Or maybe we’ve just been spending too much time in the Mystery Machine, and got a little contact high paranoia. Hey, it happens. You want a Scooby Snack? Yeah, it is dog food. So what? You’re really harshing my mellow man. What are you, a narc?
How it affected us as adults: We can’t be certain, but it would appear that our habit of, upon being dumped, grabbing hold of our ex-girlfriends’ chin and yanking upward, started with this show.

LESSON: It’s OK to be gay.
Look at this guy: golden locks cut in a tasteful bob, buff biceps, tanned, toned, hairless torso, a magic sword and most importantly, fabulous powers. What’s more, He-Man invites his handsome friends, the Masters of the Universe, to come hang out in his castle anytime. Of course Skeletor and his fugly cohorts are never allowed access to the secrets of He-Man’s dark, dry palace.
Yes, we had He-Man> toys, like Ram-Man, Trap-Jaw and even Castle Grayskull. We also had a favorite pair of tighty whiteys that had He-Man on one cheek and Skeletor on the other, battling over our asshole. But did merely owning and wearing that underwear make us gay?
How it affected us as adults: As regards the above question, it’s a very complex matter, but in a word: yes. (For more on depictions of homosexuality in '80s cartoons, please see Care Bears.)

LESSON: Grrrls rock!
OK, this was more our sister’s show, but we certainly watched it on more than one occasion, and learned that chicks with guitars and magic earrings kick ass. Jem is a sexy feminist living every young girl’s dream: music executive by day and rock star by night. She has it all: a bubblegum pop band called The Holograms, a boyfriend in love with both her and her alter ego and, for some reason, a foster home for orphans. In addition to teaching us how much grrrls rock, Jem also taught us that love triangles between only two people are often messy, confusing and potentially hilarious.
What? You’ve never seen Jem? Oh. Neither have we.
How it affected us as adults: Let’s just say the matching restraining orders filed against us by Debbie Gibson and Joan Jett didn’t happen on their own.

CARTOON: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
LESSON: April O’Neil is really hot.
She’s got red hair, wears a sexy yellow jumpsuit and gets down with anthropomorphic pizza-fiends. Most girls want nothing to do with dudes that live in the sewers, but not April O’Neil. She doesn’t even mind hanging with that old man-rat wearing a pink kimono! This girl is a freak, for real. I’ve got one word for you dude: cowabunga. Cowabunga that chick in your underground lair all night long.
How it affected us as adults: Mistakenly thought our girlfriend would be cool with it if we called them dude, ate nothing but pizza and wore a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle mask during sex.

CARTOON: Transformers
LESSON: If we’re not careful, robots will kill us all.
This is a humbling lesson for any child to learn, but an easy one to accept, considering Transformers was one of the coolest cartoons of the '80s. Would the Unabomber have renounced his violent ways if he were to witness the sheer stunning spectacle that is Grimlock? Hard to say, since he didn’t have a TV. But we will tell you one thing: when machines replace humans at the top of the food chain, we’ll be standing on the sidelines, waving our Autobot flag with fervent pride. Because, let’s face it, getting eaten by an alien car would suck.
How it affected us as adults: The reason we stay away from Priuses and make our TV wear a blindfold when we sleep at night.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Pissed On!

Ah, I must tell you all about Saturday night. It really is a hoot, and I'm sure you all will get a kick out of the story.

I'm gonna fast forward to the fun part because we all know that's what everyone wants to read about, so here goes.

I pick redneckgirl up from work. We start to go to pick up Hard2stop.

We get to her house and go in. She's finishing getting ready to go, and kindly asks me if I could let the dogs out before we all go.

No problem.

Well, the bigger dog gives me no problems, and he is allowed to go where he wants, but the little one has to be put on a leash.

I pick her up and let the big dog out, and put the little one on her leash, but just before I hear the click, I feel a warmth down my side. It's cold outside so I know this warmth is not supposed to be there, and it's warmer than the doggy cradled on that very same side. I put her down and see that my shirt and pants are a darker shade of the color they had previously been.

That's right folks...I got pissed on by that little doggy.

Well, I couldn't go out Honky Tonkin like this!!!

We let the dogs back in, and I got the privilege of shutting the little doggy in her cage...hell, I'll say I enjoyed it....revenge for pissing on me and such.

We then had to go back to my place to change clothes.

I get there and hurry and change. Then we leave again and want to get some food.

We ate out Wendy's and pick up Mustangscarlett.

A side note here, I have left part of the story out here in between eating and picking up MS. I'm not sure how embarrassing it would be for redneckgirls aunt if I mentioned this here, so I'm not.

We go to the redneck bar, and start singing and dancing.

I actually have audio of redneckgirls performance, but I'm not gonna post it because it is very hard to hear, and you can hear more people than her at times.

I sang and danced a lot of dances with redneckgirl, and even gave Hard2stop a lap dance right there in the bar.

I don't know if she liked it or was freaked out, but she was laughing, and that was the important thing :)

After the bar, we went to Jerry's and had some breakfast.

Then I drove everyone home and I imagine we all went to bed.

I'm sure I've actually forgotten some things, but it's getting late and I am tired, so maybe redneckgirl and Hard2stop can fill in the

An Update!

I'm sorry I haven't been posting much, but last week, I just wasn't feeling it.

As you can see, I have updated the links with some of my more recent commentors, so go pay them a visit and let em know how much you like their blogs.

I'll be posting more tonight, but just wanted to let you guys and gals know that I'm still here and all, but I just haven't had it in me to post.