Somebody shoot me already would ya?? I am at the end of day 5 in the flu epidemic of '06. Well it's an epidemic in my mind because I never get ill. It sucks. Fever, tummy ache, million pound head, hot, cold, hot cold. Yeah you get the idea.
I never did finish my story about my trip home and I really don't feel like it anymore but I will say a few things because I never want to forget them.
My sister in a freaking loser mooch and so is her girlfriend. 20 something professional leeches those 2 are. At one point Jessie said something about what she would do to Mom's house when her and Jen inherited it. Excuse me?? I must have missed Mom's death and the reading of the will. I let it bother me for awhile and then mentioned it to my Mom. I don't want the house. I will NEVER willingly move back to Wyoming but I want less for my sister and her lesbian lover to have it. Why those little bitches think everything should be handed to them is beyond me. I don't know if I mentioned it before but I threw a huge fit and told them both to get off there lazy asses and get jobs, to stop freaking mooching. That it was bad enough when Jen mooched off of everyone but to add another is just ridiculous.
Did I mention how much Hannah loves her Uncle Kevin?? She thinks he hung the moon and considering my 2 girls and my niece are the only girls in our family, the feeling is mutual. I wish Kevin would have had a girl of his own. I think he would have made a great Daddy for some little princess. I know he didn't do half bad with Jen and I.
His heart was just broken that besides riding on the lawn mower with him Sky wanted nothing to do with him. We couldn't figure it out. He kept asking if she was mad at him and she would not answer. She wouldn't even acknowledge his presence. She finally told me eon the way home that she isn't mad at him, she is afraid oh him. HA! Of all the people to be afraid of Uncle Kevin isn't one. Silly goose.
Now to my nephews and niece, whew. My brother Denny and his wife Jodi should win shittiest parents of the year awards. Who knows maybe they aren't that bad but to me they are awful. I think I mentioned that my 14 yo nephew has a tattoo. Insane. My 11 year old nephew who was a toe headed adorably blonde thing has dyed his hair jet black and has piercing's everywhere. My niece is 8 and i'm sure will be knocked up by time she is 12. She dresses and acts like a hoochie. It's embarassing. Yeah greatparents those two are. There justification for the piercings, tattoo's and hoochie mama clothes is that if they give the kids these outlets they won't be doing drugs. You have to be kidding me!! The boys are walking billboards for NA. Give me a break.
Easter was okay. We cooked all morning before going to Kevin and Traci's for dinner. We ate, then had an egg hunt. Not very enjoyable for the older kids and fairly boring for the younger ones but I had a blast hiding all of those plastic eggies chalk full of candy. The girls had a blast finding their baskets and discovering all the was inside. That silly Easter bunny hid Skylee's in the shower and Hannah's under the table in the plant room. The girls both got a huge kick out of the shower thing.
Ya know the whole time we were there they had record high temps so why 2 days after Easter which was 90 degrees was it freakin snowing out??? We went for lunch and had to dodge snowflakes. Hmmm. I was one home sick girly who desperately just wanted to come home to my boys. My plan was to leave EARLY Wednesday morning. The weather report I woke up to had me in tears. A major spring blizzard in Rapid City and strong winds gusting to 70 mph everywhere else. What the hell? I hemmed and hawed until 11 trying to decide what to do. I decided I was going home come hell or high water. I picked up and a and headed for Nebraska. Besides being super windy and colder than cold it wasn't bad. We did hit some snow but nothing this Minnesota girl can't handle. I made it home and had never been so happy to be here!!
I don't plan on going out to Wyoming again any time soon. I am a Minnesotan now. I feel it in my blood. This place is home. As long as my husband and children are here, my friends are here and my job is here this is where I will call home.