Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Requires a job...

There are alot of things in life that "require a job". My B.F. Camie has been having a struggle of her own and with my self estem in the toilet we decided we needed a break. As these things go, breaks that make you feel better... require a job. The ladies at work gave me a gift card to the Olive Garden for my birthday. So Saturday afternoon Camie and I went to the Olive Garden for lunch. Our waiter looked like a rock star. I thought he looked like Bon Jovi and Camie thought he looked like a guy from White Tie Affair. Anyway, he did a great job of making us feel better. He called us "girls" and kept the breadsticks and diet coke/raspberry lemondae comin. It was great. I have been putting off having my hair colored for weeks...requires a job. Well you can only feel like POO (yes, I said poo) for so long. I gave in and went to have it done. WOW do I feel better! A few weeks ago Camie and Andy asked us if we wanted to go to a REAL game with them. We really wanted to, but family activities like that ...require a job. Camie and Andy have season tickets and have missed a few games. They cashed in the tickets for the games they missed for a bunch of tickets to one game. With that, we all went to the REAL game on saturday night. We had so much fun. The weather was ify at first but we went prepared. It did rain a few times, not enough to drench anyone, but I wasn't taking any chances, so I left my poncho on the whole game. We were on the first and second rows. It was so cool! We were so close that when one of the players cused out the ref we could hear him! The only part that bugged me was when the national anthem was being sung, a group of guys from another country didn't stand. They just sat there and laughed duing it. I wanted to knock their lights out, but bailing me out of jail would...require a job! Two things, Heavenly Father always provides a way when you are feeling at your lowest to boost you up and having good friends to help you when your feeling like POO, doesn't require a job!

4 comments:

Camie said...

That was a pretty fun day! Thanks for helping me look on the bright side...even when there doesn't seem to be one. You're the best!! Love ya!

Equipoise said...

I'm glad you got a chance to get out and have fun! You deserve it!

Emily said...

I am hoping that the feeling like Poo has subsided. Ü It sounds like you have a great best friend! Having a good friend always helps in my opinion. I'm glad you guys got out and had fun.

Heather said...

I would say to hang in there, but I know that is easier said then done. I like to think that the Lord knows me and what I can handle and that he loves me and sometimes that helps when I feel like "Poo". Love ya tons and tons and heaps!!