Jason and I are expecting a baby girl in mid October. We are really excited about this new addition to our family. Now the question becomes – Isn’t one new baby enough? Our 3 year old lab BOB recently mated with another lab and 4 puppies were born. Jason and I are keeping one of the baby girl pups. Two new babies in the house at the same time – maybe it isn’t just Jason who is crazy…maybe I am insane to allow this – but look at the puppy….
Archive for September, 2009
Sunday night my husband comes home from driving his daughter home to Murrieta only to arrive telling me how much he loves me and how beautiful I am. I thought this was sweet and replied, ”Thank you babe”. When he told me the second time (5 minutes later) how much he loved me, I quickly asked “What did you buy”? He then showed me this picture:
My response was “Oh, so that is why you are telling me how much you love me”? He quickly told me that he had gotten a tremendous deal on it and it is well worth more than what he paid. Jason is a wheeler and a dealer and generally does pay rock bottom dollar for something and then is able to turn around and sell it for 3 times what he paid. This is why I can never get mad at him because he makes money buying and selling ridiculous things. Personally, I think this is a MAN PURCHASE. One of those items that a man would kill to have in his backyard. This bbq, once he brings it to the house will have to be lifted by a crane and placed in our back yard. Good thing we know who to call for the crane….obviously this is not the first time a crane will be called to our house.
Today’s outing consisted of us taking our 3 kids and a friend to lunch at Carney’s in Studio City. This is a family (hamburgers/hot dogs/chili cheese fries) restaurant that is built inside of an old refurbished train. Really good food. Okay – now to the startling behavior. A little girl was screaming her head off, the train was packed with people trying to enjoy their lunch and more people were beginning to enter the restaurant. My crazy husband Jason turned and looked at the family and very loudly told them to take their daughter out of the restaurant and to stop disturbing everyone eles’s dining experience. Of course, he was not quiet about this. The majority of the people I am sure were in favor of Jason’s message but the delivery was pretty abrupt. The family did not say anything in response yet they did finally handle the screaming of their daughter and calmed her down. Funny how they didn’t even consider doing this until Jason said something. When the family left the restaurant they were yelling at Jason through the window and were making faces at him. Funny how that was when they decided to fight back.
When we arrived home, a delivery man for our next door neighbor was blocking our driveway and parked right where we would park. Jason pulled up right behind the delivery man’s car and got out and started to berate the delivery man – who was delivering Chinese food – so you can imagine some of the insinuations he was making to the man. Our neighbor was upset and I don’t blame her. Hopefully the rest of the day will be more peaceful.
One of Jason’s fantasies came true today. He went to lunch at HOOTERS in Burbank and bumped into Keisha – the girl he had been vigilantly watching on last year’s season of BIG BROTHER – which we are both highly addicted to. I thought it was great he got this picture. He sent it to me in a text and I laughed my head off. Male friends from my work want to hang out and do lunch with him now.
Next text was this picture – Jason in the bathroom at work. This is where he does his best thinking and strategizing. Go figure! He is a crazy but lovable dude.