Friday, August 15, 2008

OH Full Moon Fever

A sky
I see it
Blackish with little silver hilights
Slivers, Curls
Dark lovely blue
With you
With you
Full and bright

Thank you Moon,
Or is it Mr. Moon?
OH- maybe Mrs. Moon?
Hehe, I feel quite silly
Thinking these wonderful
Little thoughts.

Embracing night with a smile on my face
Staring into space
Tuning out noises- but your breath in the breeze,
I nodded to myself
And laughed in ease.

Twirling a little
Thoughts in the breeze
Swirling a little
and Laughing a lot!

Wednesday, August 13, 2008


As greasy and gross as this cramped hotel room makes me feel... it's a nice change of pace. All the techs are within doors of each other, so I have seen more human interaction in the last day than I have in a while. It's been refreshing (but only if I am standing outside... inside = far too stuffy. Stupid half broken air conditioner units).

My poor oaf dog is too big for this place and keeps getting pushed around whenever we have to make it from one end of the room to the other. He also has to do his business in thick ivy on the ground. I think he has the worst end to this deal... but he still has that goofy smile on his face. I love my dog, he is so awesome.

Trevor's tired of wearing socks all the time, but there's no way I can stomach seeing his feet turn BLACK on the bottoms from this ::shutter:: carpet.

Thursday night I am going to take Trev to main street where there is a market with booths, artwork, fruit, veggies, etc... Of course I have to drag a pen, paper, and hi lighter with me, I think it will be fun.

Bluetooth is weird at first, but I like it.

That is all. Just some random thoughts and unedited grammar :P.

::high five::

Monday, August 11, 2008

::holds breath::

So, there is a chance I can go out with my husband to Chico (there's a lot of back story and if you haven't been vented to yet, consider yourself lucky...)!

Because I am the office assistant I might HAVE to go out there. Right now my mgr. is "crunching the numbers" to see what the best plan of action will be. I already know- let me go. He's just lame. Haha.

I hope I can go, I hope I can go, I hope I can go....

(sorry if this left a lot of people confused, I have tried not to complain too much about the situation, so that means... no blogging on it heh.)
It's normal to freak out a little.
It's OK to feel alone.
It's nothing unexpected when you panic and worry.

It's just three weeks until you go home.
There is so much to do but no one to help (or so it feels).
It's OK to be afraid you can't do it yourself.

But you can. I know it.
You really are not alone.
You are not alone.

That is why others aren't reacting.
It's not because they don't care.
It's not because you are over reacting.
It's just because things are alright.

You are good. You are fine.
You are fine.