But every time I think that, and I'm watching a Colts game, I think, none of those cheerleaders are my age, and probably for good reason. Not saying that you aren't still a stunner, Peach, there ARE exceptions!
I have a 15 year old clone and a 4 year old princess.
I haven't completely lost my sense of Peter Pan...
Having a kid means you get to relive all the fun stuff - Christmas specials, toys, etc. it's the best excuse to play and goof off. The downside is that you have to cut back on swearing, etc. Or be lucky enough to have a kid who seems to have the smarts not to repeat it at school (I am lucky to have a kid that falls in the latter category.)
Goat, I feel like the last time I saw you was at Landsharks - a random Thursday night - you, Cram, Allie and me. Damn it's been a long time!
During my illustrious days at [redacted - a large pharma company in Indy], that was my week of total belligerence...and well, frankly, being a bit of a sot.
I'm in on the tailgate. Just have to plan ahead.
On a side note, I'll never forget Midnight Madness with ATL and BCC when I accidentally drove down a grassy knoll in the Assembly Hall parking lot. Definitely was not one of my finer moments! We eventually met up with some peegsters (I'm fairly sure that CJ was there, as well as DJ) and watched the scrimmage.
I may be on the other side but PA isn't getting high marks in a lot of categories in my book.
Aruss had family (I think it was inlaws) that lived in western PA. He always gave me crap that we have a Primanti's less than a mile from our house. He had stopped in Pittsburgh on family trips and loved Primanti's sandwiches. I always said I would bring him one back to IN.
Must be fun to deal with the teen version of yourself.
I am not looking forward to that in 8 years. My daughter is my clone in looks and in personality. It works fine for now but I fully expect to have her hate my guts ad infinitum during the teen/young adult years.
My kid would probably love to play with your daughter. We own every Frozen toy known to man. It's ridiculous.
Philly burbs were a step up from the crappy quality of life in Boston. Easier to get around, it didn't take me an hour to get 5 miles, and for as much as people go on (me included) about the town that booed Santa Claus, the people were pretty friendly and welcoming. Boston was not.
I grew up in the southeast and midwest and I am just not an east coast girl. I'm glad to be back in Chicagoland. Honestly, I'd love to come back to Indy for the better cost of living but there's just not enough pharma opportunities like there are up here.
My youngest daughter just turned 3 on Saturday and we had a Frozen themed party. I chit you not, she probably received 8 different Elsa dolls. And she already had a few. I told her that we were going to donate a few of them to Toys for Tots, but she freaked because they are all "different".
I even dressed up as Olaf to bring the cake to her.
Ahh, kids, If they only knew.
Good to hear from you again Peach. What suburb are you in,by the way?
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