Sunday, February 20, 2005

This is the End....

Well, I can hang up my youth as of today. My husband LP and I have decided on our next Big Purchase...the 2005 Honda Odyssey Minivan. I am officially an Old person. Yowza.

We haven't gotten it yet, but he did the taxes and whatnot today so we are projecting an August purchase of the Enemy. And, I am *gasp* actually looking very forward to it. Imagine being able to let the kids in the car using a remote! And enough space for all their friends! And them being far away enough in the back so I can talk dirty to my husband!!

So anyway. It was a gorgeous day today and the girls and I went for a walk, which was very pleasant. Rug, my 5-year-old, is doing really well on her bike, while the older one, Al, has given it up entirely so she used her scooter--which is enabling her and I need to have a talk with it. Then I finished up laundry and LP took them out to play soccer in the backyard. And THEN he cooked dinner. Oooh he is so awesome.

Tomorrow they have the day off so I will be taking them to see "Because of Winn Dixie". They just love them some cheezy dog movies.

So, in conclusion, I am Debbie, I've hit the wall, and I will not be shaking my ass on the hood of Whitesnake's car anytime soon.

And I'm okay with that.


nasdoc said...

I like your sense of humor. Too many of these blogs takes themselves too seriously. Thanks for the laughs.

Circus Kelli said...

Hee! Wonderful! Terrific! Welcome to blogger, Jana!

I'm just tired enough that it took me a moment or two to figure out "Jana say "qua".

A gorgeous day today? In Illinois? You must not be in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, because the weather here sucked! Rain, rain, sleet, some snow and then... rain.

The minivan thing, I don't have one, (I've been driving Mabel the Buick since we bought it FROM MY GRANDMOTHER in 1997), but I would like one. I draw the line, however at station wagons. No way, no how will I ever own one. I won't even accept the Ford Freelander (I think that's the name) -- Hubby tells me "It's not a station wagon, it's a "crossover vehicle." Nuh-uh.

You're Debbie? Cool! Got a snakeskin miniskirt I can borrow? ;)

Vajana said...

Thanks guys! I actually stole that nickname, a friend of mine in college used to call me that.

It was a gorgeous day, I kid you not!! It didn't last long though.

I don't believe that 'crossover' thing for a minute. I'd just rather get the minivan than pretend I had something else!

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