Thursday, August 23, 2007

The married life...

Part One

I have an amazing wife. I really do. She is quite wonderful. I am thankful every day of my life for her. And not just for her good cooking.

I wish someone had told me how much fun married life really is. Its a blast. All the little things make each day a little better than the one before. Its not perfect. But its great.

Brit took me to the Modest Mouse concert at the Ryman last night. Freakin unbelievable. They rocked my face off. Band of Horses opened for them and were surprisingly great. Never heard of them before last night, and am now a huge fan. Think My Mourning Jacket with a lil more umph in the mix. Great great great. Awesome time. All cause my wife is creative and thoughtful and willing to goto see some odd next wave band with me.

She's always on my mind. The things she does. Those precious two minutes in the mornings when I crawl back into bed and wrap my arms around her right before I leave for work. The way she's untidy compared to me and it drives me nuts. The way she makes me laugh just cause she can. The way she loves sitcoms way too much. My wife is perfect for me in every way.

I know she'll read this.
So, I love you. And thanks. You make me better.

And to all of you who are waiting for me to stir things up again... be patient.
Its coming soon...

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Pizza and sweet tea...

That's what I had for dinner. It was great.

We got our new MacBook today. Its Amazing. With a capitol A. Amazing.

So I begin to write again. Yay! Its my birthday, Gilbert!

First and foremost, I've just finished reading the first six Harry Potter books. All I can say is: WOW. All caps, yes. WOW. I would highly recommend them to anyone. I can't wait to get the seventh book and devour it. Unbelievable how good they are.

Secondly, my wife has developed a liking for the show "King of Queens." So far, the best quote of Season 3 is "Morning sex is the best thing in the world without cheese on it." How true. How true.

Thirdly, I have found that no matter how I dislike Ben Stiller, his father Jerry Stiller is a funny, funny man. Outrageously funny. I wish he lived across the hall. He'd be my new best friend.

Fourthly, I'm not sure that "fourthly" is a real word.

Fifthly, I've been reading this crazy thing called the New Testament. Wild stuff. But the wife is giving me a look right now that I'm afraid is going to cause my body to suddenly burst into flames, so I'm done. Theology later. I swear. No really, I promise I will. Don't give me that look. Bobby's calliing now. Holler back.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Hear ye! Hear ye!

Brittany and I have a big announcement to make.

Yes, you've guessed it: we bought a new MacBook.

Its a big day. We're really excited about bringing home our new bundle of joy here at the end of the week when the stork drops it off at the Apple Store. That means I can write on my blog whenever I want without having to restart the PC every two minutes. Which means I won't be as angry. Which means that I'll be writing more often. Which means that there's a good chance some of you will be angry more often. Which is why I turned commenting off. Which will probably be turned back on before too much longer.

I know. Its all rather exciting.
Holler back...