Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Monday, January 12, 2009

See, I told you I was bad at this

It's been a really hectic time. Between searching for an apartment, finding it, spending a week fixing it up and moving in, then the holidays, life has been crazy. But, we're finally settled and now that the holidays are over, life is getting back to normal.

Since it's winter, we've been hibernating. I haven't left the house except for work and food since the new year. Even that gets me in trouble. Winter decided to dropkick me last week and I landed badly. I don't think I'll be signed to the WWE anytime soon.

Fast forward a few minutes later to me standing in my living room, with my pants around my ankles, sobbing "it hurts!". That's the image my wonderful husband woke up to. The poor guy had no idea what to do. I landed with my ass/lower back on the stairs and wound up on the couch for 2 days unable to sit normally or put pants on. The bruise is finally starting to heal.

It's moments like this that fuel my hatred towards winter. I don't get people who love the cold. People who ski or snowboard? Maniacs, the lot of them. I don't mind the occasional snow storm when we're sitting on the couch with a glass of wine and a good movie. This winter is purely ridiculous.

Let the countdown to summer begin! (Which will probably be the next time I post)

Saturday, July 19, 2008

I'm pretty bad at keeping up with this blogging thing...

So Dom busted his foot down the Cape on the 4th and it's sort of put our summer on hold. He hasn't been able to get on the bike since then. We're hoping that by next week he'll be back on.

Carolyn and Harris's house is pretty much the shit. They're antique fanatics and they're filling the house with some amazing pieces. It feels so comfy and homey already.

We found a place a few minutes down the road from them that we're trying to rent. It's so perfect for us, it's almost scary. The landlords are awesome people. They all ride motorcycles. They're young with an adorable son. Really sweet family. I really hope we get it. The yard is not to be believed. Plus, we can get a dog! So keep your fingers crossed for us!

There's some other big stuff going on, but nothing I really want to talk about here. At least not yet. So that's about it for now. Hopefully, I will be back with some good news by next week!

Monday, June 23, 2008

Saturday, June 7, 2008

It's been awhile...

and considering I just started this blog, that's probably not a good sign. I really want to keep up with it, but seriously, who has the time?

So let's see...what's new? Dom and I have started a new job. We're mystery shoppers. I can't talk too much about it here because of confidentiality issues, but we're really looking forward to it. It could be alot of fun. We have our first assignment in a week or so. I'm excited.

We got the new motorcycle. Things have been too crazy to get pictures of it uploaded, but I will soon. It's amazing. I took a ride on it with the previous owner when he brought it to our house. It was the most amazing experience. I can't wait for Dom to have some miles under him so I can ride with him.

Our BFF's bought a house. They close (finger's crossed, knock on wood) next week. We should be moving them in over the weekend. WOOHOO! It's pretty exciting.

Well, off to bed for me. I really am going to try to keep up with this. Night, all!

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Dominic and Larry

Chinchilla food.
Click play.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

It's funny how things happen...

So we were all set to buy this motorcycle from MOM's. We were planning on going yesterday to finalize the sale. Halfway through the day I started to feel like shit and so did Dom. We decided to stay home and go today instead. We happen to look on Craig's List just to check one last time for a better deal. We found one. A Honda Shadow ACE 1100, fully loaded. It's gorgeous. It has a custom paint job, V&H pipes, Cobra driver and passenger floorboards and saddle bags. We got it cheaper than any of the other bikes we had seen. The best part is, it comes with riding buddies. The guy we bought it off of had one request. He wants to see the bike riding with his group. It makes me feel better knowing The Husband will be riding with experienced people. They'll protect him from the other assholes on the road.

Pictures to come soon.