Tuesday, July 29, 2008

She's a very kinky girl.....hit it. You know the words.

Happy Tuesday Ya'll,


Here's some odd searches which have led people to my blog .


Big plunger
Counter boys
Rita Hayworth homeless
Donk corvette
Winterizing a boat

There's a whole world of people out there searching for crazy things.Who knew?


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Yesterday my husbands VISA came through and he also informed his current boss that he will be leaving.


*insert scary music*


The reality is finally here. We ARE going to England. Am I giddy with excitement now?
Um, oddly NO. I feel a little freaked out. If it weren't for my trusty Effexor, I may even be sitting around crying.
Obviously , it's that whole"getting left behind" thing. :)
But... there really is no other way. So suck it up honey.



It has been suggested that maybe I should "get myself a part time job" while I'm waiting .
Here's where my mental-ness rears it's full ,ugly head.
What, you didn't know I was mental? LOL
Yep, yep I am. Besides my chronic depression , I also have myself a raging case of social phobia.







Social Phobia
Social phobia, also called social anxiety disorder, is diagnosed when people become overwhelmingly anxious and excessively self-conscious in everyday social situations. People with social phobia have an intense, persistent, and chronic fear of being watched and judged by others and of doing things that will embarrass them. They can worry for days or weeks before a dreaded situation. This fear may become so severe that it interferes with work, school, and other ordinary activities.


Fun huh?
It's been so long since I've had a real job. My references no longer exist.
I could get a job as a???? Help me out here. What kind of job could a socially phobic waitress get, with no experience and no references?


I know! Housewife! Oh shit, I already have that one.


Well, I'll keep thinking on that situation. Bleh!

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We keep wavering back and forth on whether to bring the car or not. The final decision must be made A.S.A.P.


If we decide not to bring it, we will soon have a extremely cute little car for sale.








Just think of the gas mileage on that little cutie!













This baby is like brand new!


You KNOW you want it!



Let me know!




I am stuck here right now waiting for the UPS man. Special. Not!

So I reckon I may as well go on a cleaning spree.

Hope you all have a great day in your world!

Luv me

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

try Dillards, walmart, banks, etc. just don't say you're leaving. How can Eva survive in this low selling business? auntie j

Mary said...

The thing you don't need is a job - you have a full time job just getting everything ready. Lots of things aparent and some not so. I wish you could go and come back to pickup the kitties when they can come. Maybe you could have a little Christmas get together with the kids on that trip. Think it over. Another idea: Maybe hubby could make the trip back with you to see kids and help with kitty travel.

desert dirt diva said...

i'm gonna misssssssssssssss you sooooooooooooooooo much... we'll see each other again, my fear we will never ever see each oterh again..........i'll take the car... can you put a side car on it?????that seats 4????

myomyohi said...

I say take the car if it isn't outrageously expensive. You're going to live over there for several years.

I remember when I brought home my car last year. The first thing out of daughter 1 and daughter 2's mouths was "where are you gonna put a car seat in that thing"? I told them I didn't have any babies anymore, it was time for Mom to have a grown up car. Well, you know what, I actually have a car seat in mine. She's my co-pilot. The sitter says Kaylee has the best looking ride around. LOL She puts on her sunglasses, we put down the top, and away we go.

Now four people, probably not.

I say stay busy looking for a condo, getting everything packed and ready, and learn something new. You're used to him being gone, so time will pass quicker than you think. Before we know it, it'll be Christmas, and we'll be whining about the cold.

Anonymous said...

I say take the car over the pond. You will be the rage of the neighborhood with that ride. Steering wheel will be on the wrong side, but no matter, you can manage it. Part time job is a good idea, will make time go by faster. Work at Penney's with Floozie - anybody can do it and you can use it to conquer your social phobia. Or be a receptionist or go over to the hospital and volunteer. You will be so good they will hire you in a week. Brain surgeon maybe. G5

Anonymous said...

If you dont take the car...I would love it!
Try phone soliciting,(its associated with the rep. party and right to life groups) you can make up to 12.00 per hour. Its semi public without the face to face.If you can handle the occasional rejection...lol

mentl...

simonsays said...

LOVE the car...what is it? I should remember from when you bought it, but I don't.

Are you really thinking aobut working? Hell, think about it for me, will ya? LOL

Happy Wednesday, Smocha.

:)

Anonymous said...

I agree, I could never leave Rocky and Cody. Last week Tonya went to Gulf Shores for a week, before Holly's wedding. Joey was staying there. Betty went over there one day to see him... he was gone, door was wide open! she has house dog and cat! auntie j

SOUL: said...

i asked stace abt shipping a car-- he didnt remember much-- except that when ya register an american car overseas--- the taxes are KILLER-- he suggested yall buy one over there-- even if its a temporary beater for a few years and sell it when ya leave--- (hmmm.. sounds kinda like what i said.)
look into that kinda stuff.. ... lots involved in that sorta stuff. --- research all you can... or when we get home-- have stace talk to this guy he knows who did ship a car recently-- and got sca-rewed ---luv me-