Tuesday, July 19, 2011

~* It's Gonna Be A While...*~

This is the last time I'll get to post for a while. The only other server I work with is leaving tomorrow, and she didn't bother to give "notice" til Friday. That means I'll be working non-stop til they find someone to replace her, and the new someone is capable of handling a full shift alone. So it's gonna be a while. On the plus side, I'll have a LOT less stress and a few extra dollars in my pocket.

Ok, let's see...what's been going on? Mr. M finally got reimbursed from the fire that cost him all of his personal belongings while overseas last October. Nothing like good ol' American efficiency. Anyway, he got it, and he spent a good portion of it already. Fuck it, it's his money and he deserved to have some fun with it.

Last Wednesday, we went to lunch with the neighbor upstairs. Her hubby (the one that works with my hubby) was in the field all week, while mine is on a driving detail, so we wanted to do something nice for her. After lunch, the girls went wedding dress shopping while Mr. M went gun shopping =) First, we went to David's Bridal. The snooty bitch with the fake British accent wouldn't let us even try on a dress because we didn't have an appointment. We got pretty much ignored from there. Too bad for the snooty bitch (who works on commission) because I actually found and bought my dress at the next place we went.

Friday night after work, Mr. M and I went to a book signing at Barnes and Noble. "Lions of Kandahar" by Major Rusty Bradley. I'm excited to read it when he's done with it. It was written by an ACTIVE DUTY SF guy. Still active. I think that's cool- freedom of the press and whatnot =)

I worked a 12hour day on Saturday for the Christmas in July Toy Run. I'm not looking forward to having to do that again. True, it's for a good cause, but I was stuck inside all day. The only fun part for me was watching 370 bikes leave out at the same time for that good cause. It was a pretty impressive sight.

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