Chronicles of the Husband of An SRNA
I can't believe I haven't posted in such a long time. I guess this thing has been keeping me hopping. Some days are good, and some are just exhausting. I will try to write more consistently.
I went to Sam's Club and Walmart on Black Friday to pick up a few things for the house. I saw price cuts on flat screen TVs that made me drool. I saw that sexy Ipod Touch, I saw a new laptop that I wouldn't mind having. What the heck? I'm catching a case of Affluenza, at the worst possible time.
I can't afford a new TV. But I want one so bad. I don't need it. I have two TVs and they both work fine. I don't even watch TV that much - who has the time? So why do I have the
I think I am going to get flu shots for myself and the kids. We are just lumbering through the fall, not quite kicking these little colds. I have never gotten a flu shot in my life, always believing that I was invincible, but since CRNA is accelerating my aging process, and having a teenage daughter invites all sorts of health problems (including mental health, I'm certain), I may need all the help I can get. Otherwise, I'm trying to ramp up for Thanksgiving.
I voted, and I hope it made a difference. I voted for Barack Obama. I didn't vote for him because he's Black. Actually, I get tired of hearing that. He's not Black, he's bi-racial. The days of "one drop of Black blood makes you Black" are over (see [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-drop_rule"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-drop_rule[/URL] ). I am a Black man, but that doesn't not mean I would vote for any candidate that happened to be Black. I find the insinuation
The seasons are changing, the belts are tightening, the stormclouds are gathering, but all is well. The Mrs. came home for the weekend and that is always a good thing. I was told that I am doing a good job with the children. I appreciate that. I don't want her to have to have anything else to worry about, when she already has so much. I am trying to put some fertilizer and grass seed down in the lawn before it gets too cold, and there is a section of a fallen tree in my back yard that I still