Saturday, December 15, 2007

Our First Post



No one ever told Brandie that one day she would be waiting hand and foot on her crippled husband, but alas, here we are. I sprained my ankle playing basketball the other day and supposedly I'll have these crutches till Christmas. Right now Brandie is playing with my birthday card that she bought me; it quotes the Blues Brothers Movie that I like so much..."It's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses...hit it"...I love it, and Brandie says it cracks her up.




Tonight we had egg noodles and meatballs in soup. It was good, but I suck at eating noodles in soup with a fork...it's all over our kitchen table now. So, also tonight, Brandie and I sat down to make our Christmas list for everyone. And we've decided that we're not getting anything for anyone...we'll be happy to accept presents...but you people are just to hard to buy for (now she's using my crutch as a gun and shooting the Christmas tree).




My wonderful wife (gun shooter that she is) has bought for me a Taylor 714ce guitar for my birthday (which was the 13th)...so now all I do is play the guitar.








Brandie's bored...at least I think so, cause she's shaking the crutch like a trophy and singing "We are the Champions" by Queen.




I'm glad this was our first post, it seems to have been very...enthralling at least.

2 comments:

thebednars said...

You guys are awesome! I'd play the guitar with you...but, as I mentioned on the phone, the asian kid on youtube hasn't finished teaching me.I'm thankful for you and Brandie having a blog as I will enjoy reading and posting...and then over-reading and over-posting here. I love you! I love your guitar. I don't know if it's good or not because I know nothing of guitars (except what the Asian kid tells me...) so if he mentions that that guitar is awesome I may try and "borrow" it and then move to...Louisville...

Also, tonight at Starbucks, we had this lady come in with a GIANT bag from The Gap or American Eagle (can't remember) and she placed it beside our trash can near the door. My Co-worker went over toward the door and the lady ran over to her and said "oh oh...thats my bag that I placed there for the trash." Jen looked in the bag and basically the lady had cleaned out her cars (nasty LEAKING food and coke cans and whatnot) and decided that the best thing to do would be to leave it for us to deal with. Oh the joys of working with people who have no decency (sp?).

The Traynums said...

We love your post! Steven says, "It is like walking into the mind of a 7 year old--a really cool 7 year old." You better keep it updated! We hope you had a great birthday! Can't wait to see y'all next weekend!
Love,
Steven and Sarah