Saturday, June 5, 2010
Home! For now...
Hello Blogkers (Blog-stalkers) ...
I just made this up and am quite proud of myself. Lets be honest, reading a blog is like secretly stalking someone. I fully condone this of course because I myself have done so from time to time. :) It's nice to be able to keep up with someone's ENTIRE life (what they eat, where they go, how they slept last night ect.) even though you hardly know them. Don't try to tell me you don't do this?!
I only mentioned that you are my blog-stalker because I think it's funny that someone might read my thoughts about absolutely nothing and find them entertaining.
So, here goes and just remember that I warned you. My mind works in different ways than normal people. For instance, I find many things funny that others might be repulsed by... gas, falls, awkward moments. In fact, without these moments, life would be so boring to me. I just got off Skype after FINALLY talking to my husband face-to-face (which I will only get to do a couple times in this deployment). While on Skype, I made sure to embarrass my Josh on every occasion possible (since he was surrounded by his shipmates). I love making that boy squirm--there's a special look he gives me that reads "Oh my goodness, my wife is crazy...but I secretly love it". No, it really was a wonderful talk. I felt like I could reach out and touch his face. It was almost hard to see him. I wanted to jump right through the screen! I must admit, technology is amazing. I was walking around a hotel room in Europe while sitting here in Grand Rapids, MI!! I keep him on his toes though. Yes, without me, Josh would be literally buried in theology books, sitting alone in an old stinky library. I have nothing against theology, I just think he is too cute to be sitting alone in a stinky place. Why is the library stinky you might ask? I don't know, in my vision it was dark, and smelled like moth balls.
See, told you I was not normal.
P.S. Today I got to hang out with an old friend, and Bella got to hang out with two Nanny's and a Poppa. Good day.
P.S.S. Check out some pics of my hubs on deployment