caution... randomness ahead

since I'm among friends here I thought I could share some things with you.

Let's start with my number one... I have a bad obsession with the car wash. We used to meet every Saturday morning around 10am get the works, go home and wait till I saw him the next weekend. Now I can't seem to pass by a car wash and not feel this incredible urge to get "Herbie" (my car) a wash.  This needs to stop. well my checking account would really like it to stop.  Another problem is Dexter Morgan enjoys the car wash almost as much as I do. He loves watching the water go from side to side, and the brushes run along the car. Seeing as I usually take him almost everywhere it makes it a fun activity together.

okay something is clearly wrong with me. Last night, while driving home I saw a man standing at a streetlight holding a sign that said "Homeless anything will help, God Bless".  I see a lot of these signs around town. Lots of homeless people, sadly I'm used to that. Insert the man holding the sign has a dog in tow, he tied the leash to the streetlight. I lost it,started bawling the whole six miles home. I was tempted to go to the Wal-Mart across the street to get some dog food.

 As a co-worker pointed out to me today, I cared more about the well being of this dog, than I did of the human. Sorta effed up,  yeah I guess. I don't see it that way.  I see it as perfectly normal to care about animals more. I don't know why I think this way, but I do. Please try to refrain from send me hate mail/comments about this. My brain just works this way.

Once I got home I held my son  fury child forever. He was squeamish and attempted to get away multiple times. He didn't seem to enjoy my loving and smooches. 

I dunno if anyone has seen this show on NATGEO, Amish: Out of Order. OH M GEE. I love this show. I have a strange craze  fascination with Amish. Their way of life, clothing and religion. Watch it. 

I joined Twitter again in other news. you can follow me here.  I'm still not sure about this whole Twitter thing.  I'm giving it another go.   

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1 comment:

  1. You are totally normal. At least, I think so! I tend to care more about dogs welfare than most people too.


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