Friday, March 27, 2009
I have had it up to here (if you were to be looking at me, my hand would be about 8 inches above my head) with a few things.
The first issue I have is with stupid people. Do you realize that over 90% of the world is full of them? The ones who are insistent they know everything, they are always right, and are constantly concerning themselves with things that have nothing to do with them. Why? Why are they like this? I am so tired of dealing with people like this. There is no excuse to act like this, I mean- don't you get that people CANT STAND you?
Another issue is the rain. I know, poor me, right? Yes...damn right. Apparently I was confused and moved to Seattle, since it has been raining since Wednesday night and will continue until Monday. I understand why people are so depressed in Seattle. Dark, dreary, rainy, soggy days over and over and over will do that to you.
In other news, race season is in full swing. The first race of the season is next weekend...and off starts an extremely busy year with many travels.
Thanks for listening to my rants.
Maybe next time it will be more update, less rant. Who knows.
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Ah yes. The beginning of the finding of the rotting floor. ;o(
This is after the hardwoods and sub floor have been cut out and removed. This was the new sub-floor being put down in preparation for the tile.
Voila! Our beautiful new door and tile.
Shew... that was a big project.
The beginning of March was.... FREEZING! Here are some more pics of our snow day. Yes, I said snow. (I could have sworn I left Idaho in my past somewhere...)
View from our front door.
View from back door...
Needless to say, that was not really the kick-off we were looking for, for the beginning of Spring. Since then, Spring finally made an appearance today after 4 days of solid rain. Let me tell you a little secret- 4 days of rain puts me in an ugly mood. And guess what the weather is calling for tomorrow? You guessed it! RAIN! Sigh.
In other news, I flew to KY the beginning of this month to see my mom and Sarah flew there too. She turned 21, so it was so great to spend time with her and my mom. We had such a great time together. About a week before that she and Paul found out their next station. They will be moving to Anchorage, Alaska in the middle of May. Needless to say, I was devastated that week as we had high hopes for them to finally be close to us. But, in an attempt to be "positive", we are looking forward to visiting Alaska as neither of us have been before.
In closing, I would like to point out that I, will be a college graduate in 2 months.... Can you believe it?!?! I am so thrilled.
Hope everyone is well. I will try to write more often.