Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Vegas, here we cum!

I have been racking my brain trying to figure out what the hell to do with our 10 year anniversary. It finally dawned on me that neither Zelda nor I have ever been to Vegas. I'm not much of a gambler, but that doesn't matter. I may try my hands at a few hands of Blackjack or the slot machines. I tried gambling once. It didn't work out very well. Once I lost $150, I got upset and quit.

I'd rather see the shows. I'd rather eat the food. I'd rather walk the strip and watch the people. Mostly, I'd rather spend some time with Zelda (wink, wink).

I have a few reports to write tonight so I have to be short. However, I am looking forward to meeting Christina LMT. I'm also excited to meet an old high school friend of mine who lives out there. I haven't seen her since our wedding night. That's another story. It's funny when you invite an old friend from high school who's a hot lesbian with her equally hot lesbian lover to your wedding. The guys went crazy over them!

I'm closing the clinic during the week just to enjoy this time. If you've read Zelda's site, you know we were talking about other things as well. We'll definitely have to blog about that if anything happens.

Sunday, February 01, 2009

Superbowl Post

This year, I've got the entire family pulling for the Cardinals. Why? #92 is Bertrand Berry.

Bert was a high school classmate of mine. We played on the high school basketball team. He was the nicest guy you could ever meet. Y'all remember this story?

That was Bert. He was the one who stepped forward.

After high school, he played for Notre Dame. Then, he was drafted by the Colts. He eventually made it to Arizona playing for the Cardinals.

I was on my facebook page when I saw that he added me as a friend. Here I am thinking that Bert had made the big time. I was thinking that there's no way he would remember me. I mean, he was in the spotlight. But then, I get this friend request from him and a message saying "Hi, how have you been?" etc., etc. I was shocked.

Thanks for your acts of kindness, Bert. Good luck tonight. We'll be pulling for ya.