I have had to dump some pics off my phone recently to make room for new adventures. As I was emptying them, I tarted laughing at some of them and realized that this might be an amazingly wonderful post about Atlanta, lesbians, relationships, INTJ people, weird internet things, and stuff that made me laugh.
Pour yourself a glass of wine and let's have a look, shall we?
Oh, L@@K! It's my hot Kelly with the stunning Regina. I love these ladies. I took this at the kickoff party for Atlanta Pride at the Georgia Aquarium. We had an amazing time that night!
I grabbed a pad of paper the other day to make a list of things to do and started flipping past the pages that already had things written on them to find an empty page. This one make me laugh! Kelly was apparently taking my last name for a test drive to see how her signature might look if I ever decided to put a ring on it.
Caught you, Kelly!
(She will die that I busted her)
This text to my son on his birthday:
And this text exchange with my daughter:
(So very thoughtful. I was only trying to warn her that I may be acting slightly PMSy and she was all caring and sweet and offering to be my sugar dealer)
Speaking of my daughter, she's been jacking up my chalkboard wall over my bed. First, she wrote this:
So when I posted it on Facebook, she responded:
"It's the most enigmatic statement I know. What does it mean? Have sex, acquire money? Forget girls - just make money? FuckBitches(R) tend to have a high income? Or am I saying 'Fuck, girls understand finances'? No one knows."Indeed, sweet child o' mine... indeed.
But then this appeared while I was in the shower one evening and she has thus far left no explanation. Fortunately, I have a compliant girlfriend who seems fine with the new rule. After all, it's in writing...
Moving right along.... is this not the most adorable, perfect dog you've ever seen in your entire life? I can't stand the level of cuteness that he has...
My little Captain Jack Sparrow is the most precious baby boy on the planet!
I also got a few pumpkins to carve with Lindsey. Since she was born, I was in my "Pray Away the Gay" mode and trying to be a model Christian, which included forsaking the pagan holiday of Halloween. Instead, she spend her Oct. 31 celebrations at church at Fall Festivals dressed as a Bible character or celebrating Reformation Day to commemorate the day that Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the church doors in Witenberg, Germany. (Thus launching the Protestant movement). Here she is chillin and waiting for a knife and instructions since we've never done this before:
I apologized to her for depriving her of the experience of walking around, ringing doorbells and demanding candy from strangers. She responded with her standard measure of sarcastic wit:
"I could have spent my formative years stuffing my face with sugar and dressing up, but hey, memorizing 95 basic obscure theological principles of modern Protestantism was fun too."That's the spirit! And look at how the pumpkins turned out:
I also had a funtastic day with my parents, children and nephew as we celebrated my nephew, my son and my father's birthdays (all born in October). The joy in my heart that I am able to celebrate another one of Dad's birthday's after his terminal diagnosis last year is overflowing for me. I am so very, very grateful for these times together:
(L to R) My nephew Charlie, my Dad (also Charlie), and my son, Nick
They are all as sweet as they are handsome!
This is an adorable one of my Dad with my daughter, Lindsey:
This is the unfortunate cake. My mom is the best cook and this thing tasted amazing. The frosting just didn't turn out quite how we had hoped.
Okay, that's it for this installment of "Phone Treasures" - enjoy your day!