Sunday, March 30, 2008

Conversation with hubby part 7 or something like that

Hubby : Come here and let me give you something
Me: Maybe tonight...later..
Hubby: You mean we can actually do it tonight?
Me: I wonder why God made it so you 'have to do it'... why could we be like frogs?
Where we wouldn't have to do it, I could just pop some eggs out and you could fertalize them

Hubby: You mean fish dear...
Me: Oh yeah, fish..
Hubby: But then you would have to go upstream and die.
Me: All fish swim up stream a die after?
Hubby: No ..just salmon.. I think
Me: Imagine all the crime that would be eliminated if we didn't have those urges to do it
Hubby: Then everyone would go around fertalizing. (then he starts imitating fertilization)
Me: I am going to write this up on my blog

Hubby throws his hands up in the air!

Dear God,

Please save our Dakota.

Friday, March 28, 2008

Thursday, March 27, 2008


Please pray for my Dakota...he is not doing well.
This morning he was shaking and couldn't move. I managed to get him outside to go potty, but then had to carry him up the stairs to bring him back in.

It hurt him to get up, hurt him to go potty, hurt him to lay down.
I am so worried.

Monday, March 24, 2008

My Poor Koda

This is Dakota and Daisy...Dakota is the Big Black Dog...he is beautiful isn't he?
We call him our retarded dog. We always say that if something were to would be 10x more tragic than if something happened to the other dogs. See Dakota isn't too bright.
Think of it this way...
your watching the news... someone gets hit by a passing think..aww what a shame...
now make that person mentally you think ...oh my that is so sad, who would hit a retarded person. Because the person was mentally challenged it becomes more tragic.
(don't say it doesn't )

So that is how we see our beloved 'koda'. He is our mentally challenged furry child. We also say is is the smartest dumb dog we know. We know he knows what he is doing, and does it anyway regardless of the consequences. It is just how he is, BUT, he is also, of our our 3, the family dog. The kids could pull on him, smack him, ride him like a horse and he would still come back for more and more. He crawls up in your lap like a puppy..all 70 pounds of him. He is the most loveable dog in the world.
Since Emma was born, we haven't had much time for the dogs. Well the last 3 days Dakota hasn't been feeling well. Then this morning I went downstairs and he wouldn't move. I begged him to get up, but our beloved just wanted to lay down. Finally, after much nudging, he went outside to go potty.
I made an appointment with the vet and had been crying all morning. I kept telling my husband that I needed more time with him to make up for the last couple of months.

turns out, Dakota has Lyme's Disease. WHEW!!!, though it can be a severly dibilitating disease, he is going to be okay with the right treatments.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Today is Friday, and it is Good

In celebration of gossip or politics will be posted (Till Monday atleast)
Enjoy your Easter with your families, Remember what Christ has given so that you may live.
May the Lord Bless You and Keep You....

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Let's Show the World, How Our Politicians Have Great Morals!

Read THIS article today
One excerpt states:
"In a stunning revelation, both Paterson, 53, and his wife, Michelle, 46, acknowledged in a joint interview they each had intimate relationships with others during a rocky period in their marriage several years ago.
In the course of several interviews in the past few days, Paterson said he maintained a relationship for two or three years with "a woman other than my wife," beginning in 1999."
So David Patterson (Democrat) is the new Governor of New York. He has replaced Spitzer, you know the guy that paid 80 grand for a hooker.
Granted, he admits that his marriage was rocky, he admits the affair, he admits working it out with his wife...but you know what... I am tired of Political figures that are so hopped up on the Viagra that they can't keep their dicks in their pants and the horny asses end up making a mockery of the United States. I am tired of the excuses. Can't we have a decent, honest, hard working person stationed in our political offices? I don't care if you admit it.
I am just tired of it. He may be a good guy now, but it seems to me he didn't bat an eye lash when having an affair that lasted a few years. Your marriage is rocky...well honey...whoring around town for a couple years probably didn't help anything. That goes for you, and your wife.
Open relationships aren't cool when you have made a promise to be faithful before God.
You have now made a promise to be faithful to the United States, Before God, why should I believe you?

Thursday, March 13, 2008

This is AWFUL! Reverand Jeramiah Wright! Poor Obama

Found this video today:

I think this was reported the right way.

I don't pretend to know what it is like to be black. I view the civil rights movement and the "rising above" among blacks as sort of an inheritance, not the good kind. It is the only way I know how to explain my point of view. Every civilization, once surpassing a civil rights movement, has to build from a foundation. And the cost isn't cheap if you want to keep building on that foundation, so the next generation has to build with what they have, then the next and the next. Martin Luther King days, weren't so long ago, if you look at it in terms of generations.
I am one of the few in my family that believe in Black History Month. History books are filled with 'White' history. I like to learn about historical black figures that were able to strive to 'rise above', who learned to read and write so that their stories would be told accurately. Black Literature was a minor of mine, and at first thought when I heard the reverends name, I thought of Richard Wright, one of my favorite authors.
I also believe though, that each month should be dedicated to learning a different culture. America is an immigrant nation. And we should celebrate our diversity, NOT separate our diversity.
I feel like so much of my life has been dedicated to learning and appreciating different cultures, that people like Rev. Wright offend me. I think of him as a racist. I applaud the Black community for embracing their heritage and culture. I agree with building a community, communities are foundations.
But something in me says that Rev. Wright wouldn't welcome me there. Why? Because of the color of my skin. "how could I possibly know anything" right?...well then I say, teach me. But don't judge me.

Yesterday's PostIf you know anything about the headlines making way right will know about Reverand Jeramiah Wright and his statements about America, Racism, Jesus, Barack Obama, Hillary, Rich White people...blah blah blah...ect

In a ton of his statements, He comes across as anti American, and definitely Anti White. IN one of his sermons at the pulpit, he implied that the United States had a hand in Bombing the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Wright said the United States brought the 9/11 attacks on itself through its own "terrorism." And "the government gives [blacks] the drugs, builds bigger prisons, passes a three-strike law and then wants us to sing 'God Bless America.' No, no, no, God damn America."

Barack states that he doesn't agree with every aspect of Rev. Wright's political beliefs, however, the great Reverand's sermons are revolving around the support of Obama's political campaign. Obama has stated before that Rev. Wright is like an Uncle to him and his wife, he has been a member of the Reverand's congregation, and was married by Rev. Wright.

This is the most detrimental piece of whatever you call it, to hit the Obama campaign. It has had to cross the mind of whites before, "Is the race issue going to play a major part of Obama's presidency." While I think that it is time to have a black president, I can honestly say it has come across my mind that I would hope the President would not share the same views as the likes of Al Sharpton. This Rev. Wright, is just like Al Sharpton. (in my opinion)

Now the Obama campaign has to convince White America, that he doesn't share all these outlandish statements/views of Rev. Wright. I don't like it when I am judged for being white. I have thought of Obama as a great inspiration to all people, not just black. I don't ignore the fact that there are a ton of successful Black men and women in Politics...go here for a list

Here is one of the videos I am talking about:

For his defence, here is the Reverend Wright:

Good Luck Barack Obama, I truly don't think that it is fair that you have to now defend yourself about this, but I hope that you do it tactfully, respectfully, and honestly. I have always seen you as an honest man.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Okay I got no love for you lady

Dr. Laura blames Spitzer’s wife for scandal.Today, right-wing radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger appeared on NBC’s Today Show in a segment called “Why do men cheat?” Schlessinger argued that Gov. Eliot Spitzer (D) cheated because his wife failed “make him feel like a man”:

When the wife does not focus in on the needs and the feelings — sexually, personally — to make him feel like a man, to make him feel like a success, to make him feel like her hero, he’s very susceptible to the charm of some other woman. […]

The cheating was his decision to repair what’s damaged and to feed himself where he’s starving. But yes, I hold women accountable for tossing out perfectly good men by not treating them with the love and kindness and respect and attention they need.

Here is the video of this insane woman

THAT'S RIGHT...BLAME IT ON THE WIFE. This guy spent $88,000 worth of tax payer money getting hummers under his desk and we are supposed to be sympathetic b/c his wife wasn't servicing his needs. I can't believe this 'doctor', does she live in the 1920's... DOCTOR LAURA...HE HAD TO PAY FOR SEX!!!! How does that help an ego..I repeat... HE HAD TO PAY FOR SEX!!!! There was no charm that he was susseptable to...he paid the hooker. What about the fact that this man could of brought AIDS home to his wife? 'Doctor' Laura dumbass says that woman are tossing out perfectly good men...what was so great about this man? He's a perv!

my lord woman...

damn democrats.

ps. I thought his wife looks cute.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Where is the love?

So yeah.. that is what I was thinking this morning. Where is the love, where is the good in people?
All I have heard lately is bad shit this, bad shit that...I haven't had a good ole fashion "WOW..this person did that and it was really awesome!"

So this is my challenge...TO EVERYONE!
Tell me something good about someone...even if it was a stranger that did some good.
I will start
The last time I was truly blown away was a few weeks ago..
The day before this had happened, I was thinking about how much crap was going down in my life and thought to myself, I have alot to thank God for, so I should just roll with the punches for right now, then the day after I had this 'revelation'
it was a real pissy day and felt like flipping my middle finger up at the world, I was a grump and couldn't break free of my 'imaginable thoughts' and then the McDonalds cashier leaned out the window and said "You Have a blessed day"
He is the same cashier I see every morning when I get my coffee. And every morning he says the same thing. I used to get a giggle out of it, because seriously, who says that? Well, I guess, he does.

Then I drove away and thought.. "Way to remind me God.. Thanks"
I came back to that Cashier the next day and handed him a Thank You card. Just to say Thank you for reminding me. I wanted him to know that his words had an impact on atleast one person.

Thursday, March 06, 2008

Oh Turd!

I drove home last night from work...listening to my 3 year old scream at me and stuff. Then walked through the door, to a nice fragrant "umm what is that smell?..." I freshened the house with flower stuff the night before but THIS...THIS does not smell like flowers.

I walk into the living room on my beautiful white shag rug, there is a turd. Not just any turd... a dog turd.. not just any dog turd.. a MASSIVE, held it in for 3 weeks till it got mushy and soft, sat there for an hour and took a massive dump on the beautiful white shag rug...kinda turd.

I flipped out. I kicked all 3 , yes I am that stupid to have 3 dogs, outside in the cold, tried cleaning it only to find I had no carpet cleaner left. Had to pack both kids in the car again, drag them to Walmart and listen to my son scream at me the entire way there. Had to fight with my son in the store b/c he kept throwing himself on the floor. Finally I told him I am going to drag you if you fall to the floor again. My promise was kept..then some old bag sat there shaking her head at me with her jaw to the floor..."Hey Old Bag... YOU try this at home, then come and tell me I am wrong and while your at home..clean up the dog crap for me!"

Get home, Hubby is there. He begins to clean the rug. It takes him and hour. He calls to me "Elnora I need a fresh nose"
So I go and drag my nose across the carpet, you know where the dog just took the massive dump, to see if I could still know, the turd... I only smelled carpet cleaner. I turned to hubby and threw my arms around him and kissed him..tongue and all.

He said that if all it took was cleaning up a little shit to get a little action, he would change jobs.

I had been in tears all night, I just thought I would throw a little appreciation my husbands way!

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Patrick Swayze is Dying of Cancer

so that is what the National Enquirer is reporting. They are saying he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in January, treatments are not working and has less than 5 weeks to live. I hope this is a lie. Patrick Swayze is one of my first loves...

Patrick's reps just released this statement:

"Actor Patrick Swayze has been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer and is currently undergoing treatment. Patrick's physician Dr. George Fisher states, 'Patrick has a very limited amount of disease and he appears to be responding well to treatment thus far. All of the reports stating the timeframe of his prognosis and his physical side effects are absolutely untrue. We are considerably more optimistic.' Patrick is continuing his normal schedule during this time, which includes working on upcoming projects. The outpouring of support and concern he has already received from the public is deeply appreciated by Patrick and his family."