Archive for September 2006
As I lay here looking at the sky,
I see my reflection in your beautiful eyes.
You look at me with such desire
it melts my soul and sets my heart on fire.
Your kiss is soft your taste is sweet,
as we lay together our hearts sync beats.
Our bodies press with passion and fire;
we show the world our deepest desires.
The clothes come off our bodies mesh;
the air is warm and smells so fresh.
Our passions rise we bump and grind,
only one thought runs through our singular mind.
Our love is strong our emotions great
we realize now that we are soulmates.
Destined to be forever and ever
one heart, one soul, one mind together.
I write this poem to let you know
that I will never ever let you go.
In my heart you stay in my mind you swim,
together forever through thick and thin.
I love you more and more each day,
I hope you feel the very same way.
I end this poem I hope you smile
and will promise to stay with me
for a good long while.
He says this is an original that he wrote. No plagiarism this time. Thanks, baby.
I was going to get this for Jen for her birthday but I found that she and Ray are back together. So much for the brilliant gift idea.
So Brian and his dad worked on the lawnmower today. I’m not sure what was wrong with it, but whatever it was it is fixed now. Let me just share some of today’s funniest moments.
BRIAN (asking his dad): How much oil should I put in this thing?
DAVE: What does the dipstick say?
CHING (referring to Brian): The dipstick has no clue.
Later on when they were trying to remove a bolt. Dave recommended using a socket driver. Brian used a wrench driver instead. After an unsuccessful attempt at it, he switched to using the socket driver. [ I have no idea what these tools are called so if I’m using the wrong terms, forgive me. ]
DAVE: See how much of a difference using the right tool makes? Look at all that leverage.
CHING: So it’s better to use the right tool and not be a tool.
BRIAN: Wow. I’ve been promoted from a dipstick to a tool.
DAVE: At least a tool is useful. As opposed to being greasy and just hanging around.
CHING: That describes Brian to a tee!
BRIAN: That’s it! You’re stleeping on the couch tonight!
It’s so much fun to pick on Brian. I love you, baby!
Guess what! Molly has a boyfriend. His name is Julio. Isn’t he adorable?
Brian and I can now play poker in bed thanks to Eli‘s hand-me-down laptop. Hurrah for us! It pays to have geeky, gamer friends. LOL. Just kidding.
Kidding aside, the laptop is more of a desktop replacement (DTR). If you know anything about DTRs, they’re not the most portable of laptops. They are usually packed with goodies, though. The chunky size was a small sacrifice. We didn’t really plan on taking the laptop anywhere. The family room would probably the farthest distance it would go. Anyway, at $500 it was a hell of a deal!
Of course, my cheap Asian side kicked in and I told Brian to negotiate a lower price. “Ask him for the good friend discount,” I said. Brian told me that $500 is the good friend price because Eli paid over $2000 for it new. However, he did throw in a free Litescribe DVD burner which probably would’ve cost us another $200 if we were to buy it separately. Eli is the best! (more…)