Thursday, April 13, 2006

Don't hate the playa....

Well, well, well it seems my affection for my co-workers struck a nerve with a few of you. Say what you will but I stand by what I said. I feel the same way about my family and friends in that I don't get to see them nearly as often as I'd like. As for reading Oprah, c'mon it took me 3 months to get through the last Dekker novel, what makes you think I had time to read Oprah???!!! hehehe And to be honest you guys can say or think what you want. Because I can still get up at 8:55, log into work by 9, put in my 8 hours, log out at 6 and I'm already home. All I'll say is don't hate the playa, hate the game cause my management is more than happy with me working from home.

Now for something completely unrelated. I found Sugar Free Full Throttle at Weis today!!!! I dunno why but this stuff is extremely difficult to find. Before today I had found it at exactly 2 locations. Well I bought 5 of them today and 4 of them are chilling in my fridge. The other one was quite tasty. Of the overpriced sugar free energy drinks Full Throttle is my fave. It tastes way better than the others and definitely packs a punch.

Dana, tell Kyle to hang in there and it'll come to him. Make sure he knows Uncle D, Aunt Shasta and Grandma are pulling for him all the way up in here in WV!!!!

Bands/Artists I Miss:
The Prayer Chain
Seven Day Jesus
Rich Mullins
Burlap to Cashmere
Julie Miller

2 comments:

D.Douglas TN. said...

Well Uncle D, Kyle got his finally got his first hit Saturday. Hopefully he knows now that he "CAN" hit the ball! He got the call in the 6th to get the final 2 outs, he faced 5 batters, walked 2 and struck out 2. You can keep up with stats at www.manchesterlittleleague.com. I'll tell him that you all are pulling for him.

Kirsten mcKenzie said...

Dwayne - I'm with you on the Julie Miller nostalgia. I've still got one album, but the rest have slipped away. Sniff... But come on, Burlap to Cashmere...what was the whole in a field with a horse and a gun or whatever? They had cool music, but lyrics were pretty WIERD!
Love, Kirk