Saturday, February 24, 2007


How's that for a stressed out sounding title? Got up this morning and the other teenage boy that lives here has obviously made an enemy somewhere...someone busted out his back window and flattened two of his tires. Now don't get me wrong...this boy can get on my last nerve with is laziness, but he is working and saving every penny to go to some workshop/school he wants to go to. His ex-girlfriend is hanging around and she has a new boyfriend so I am figuring thats where this came from. He and I are the only ones home so I don't know what to do. I can't fix flat tires too easily. His insurance has a 1000.00 deductable so that is surely out. He called the local sheriff who can't do anything but maybe file a report. They won't even come out and look. You gotta love em...


kim said...

Well, that's just a fine good freakin' morning, isn't it? I will never understand people who vandalize the property of others; in fact, I thought that was really more the behavior of someone like 13 or 14 rather than the older teens! Tell your "adopted" son for me to lose the girl; she's trouble. HAHAHA! Puppies are so much easier, even when you have to make them poop! Have a better day, Katy! Kim

kim said...

Hey, it's me again. I, too, have the attention span of a gnat, since this whole hot-flash, night sweat, emotional roller coaster, menopausal thing started. No kidding, the two things I loved doing most--reading and watching TV? Well, I'm lucky to make it through two paragraphs even in an excellent book, and I usually record stuff and watch it when I feel like I can get through it--HA! However, Grey's is wonderful; it's the best show around and it is one that I will not miss. If you ever decide to watch it, I would really suggest that you rent the first two seasons and watch those, otherwise you won't know what's going on. It's worth it, though. As for the reading, hard to believe I used to devour about four books a week. And my memory stinks now, too. Used to have a really good memory. I have heard that my attention span and memory will return--I hope so!

Our snowstorm has started. Our meteorologists couldn't find their a** with both hands tied behind their backs and a roadmap! I'll keep ya posted on how accurate they are on this "storm."

By the way, how did your daughter's dance go? Or has that not happened yet? And how are the little furry guys and gals today?