Thursday, December 21, 2006

Tonight's the night!

I'm packing my bags, and at 6am tomorrow I'll be arriving in the Big Apple!

Miss Gidget apparently wants to go too, poor baby. I guess she must have gotten wind of the doggie spa services at the hotel. Not this time babe!

I'm so excited, I can't wait. I'm trying to just enjoy what is happening as it happens, and trying not to think about crap like not having a job anymore or being broke or fat or my friend's boyfriend making poor choices. Think positive, life is good, I'm going to New York City!

Oh, and while I was at the dollar store looking for stocking stuffers, I noticed some recorders, so I got one. I keep gettting told that is the first instrument you learn in grade school, but I guess they don't teach that in the ghetto, because I never learned. You could tell when I tried it in the car. See, if Em was in AZ instead of IL then I could get private lessons, haha!

I may or may not post while I am gone. My husband is taking his laptop and there is wireless (thank goodness) in the hotel, but I may be too tired. We'll see.
I hope everyone has a great holiday, and I do plan on mailing out my Christmas Cards tonight before we leave. Don't give up on me!


Blogger em said...

I would so teach you private recorder lessons. I actually never learned to play the recorder until college...which is rather embarassing when you are a 20 year old music major and can't play the recorder!!!

4:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yup I took recorder...Hot Cross Buns was the first song we played..LOL

Now about more important things...NYC BABY!! Oh you are there now, probably on a high of sights and sounds. You better be takin' lots of pictures!

Hope you are having a fantastic time.

Life IS good! :)

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ummm did I miss something, what happened to the job? But don't worry about that now, tell me when you get back...enjoy your trip!

10:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ok, people, you are all just TOO young, LOL. Back in the stone-age day when I was in elementary, we called it a Tonette. Seriously. When my 18-y.o. DD had to buy this "recorder" thing, I couldn't get over it when I saw it. It's a Tonette! LOL

3:40 PM  

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