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September 3, 2010

Roll Tide Roll!

I feel like a lot has happened in the past few weeks that I haven't been blogging.  Our daily routine has pretty much set in and we feel like we are officially in the "real world". Wake up, eat breakfast, go to school/work, come home study (for Adam) shower, eat, go to bed. Wake up and do it all over again.  Adam has started the fall semester at UA and is swamped with classes.  He is also going to the field every day to coach the baseball team.  This morning he woke up at 5:00 because the team had conditioning at the aquatic center.  Or something like that, I wasn't really paying attention.  That happens a lot these days now that I work full time..who would have thunk that the real world was so exhausting? Oh and don't even get me started on what we are going to do when we have kids and I have to go to work then take care of some little chitlens all night.  Speaking of working when we have kids.  I learned last night (during our pre-marital counseling) that Adam thinks I should not have to work when we have kids.  Let me give you a second to be jealous....

Mmmkay.  Moving on.

Well not really moving on because this next update has to do with kids.  On Monday one of my best friends had her baby boy! I went to the hospital around 8am thinking that baby Tanner would still be chillin' like a villan in the womb, but when I walked through the door she was in hard core labor, still no epidural. She eventually got the epidural and about 20 minutes later the little bambino was here!  I was in the room when she had him, which was awesome and horrific at the same time.  Let's just put it this way, I am forever scarred and therefor Adam and I will be hiring a surrogate to have our children.  Y'all I swear, I definitely didn't see "all of that"(if you know what I mean) coming when I got out of bed Monday morning.  Her mom said that when she looked over at me I was standing in the corner, pale as a ghost, and crossing my legs and holding myself.  Freaked out? Maybe so.  Taking applications for surrogates? Definitely.

Well the first Bama game is this weekend.  Obviously, since we live on campus, the partying started about ohhhhh, I don't know, two weeks ago.  Seriously, I came home from work last Friday night completely exhausted and all I wanted to do was lay on the couch and watch tv (Adam was at his bachelor party) but as soon as I walked up our stairs I heard it.  I heard the sea of people that was accumulated right outside our front door.  Then I saw it and I was all,"What the hell? A piñata? Yes.  There were about 30-40 drunk college kids surrounding a  piñata that was apparently filled with adderall blow pops and smarties.  At this point I am just pissed at the world.  I couldn't even hear my tv because all of the little sorority girls were rapping to Eminem's new song.  The party eventually ended around midnight, and when I woke up the next morning at 7:30 to get ready for work I was very tempted to open up my door and blare the radio. But I didn't, but there's always next week.

Like I said before, Adam went on his bachelor party last weekend.  Him my brother, and some of Adam's friends drove down to Jacksonville, FL for a weekend get-a-way. I wish I could tell you what they did, but I was informed to not call or text all weekend.  And I did just that, I didn't call or text one single time.  Heaven forbid I be the nagging fiance who can't let her man go out with his friends for the weekend :)  I told him to not tell me any stories of what happened and we really haven't talked about it since! I know they didn't do anything stupid, which is why I am not too concerned about what they did :) 

Oh and just in case you were wondering..we are getting married in 36 days.  

Holy freakin' cow..where's the Xanax?

1 comment:

  1. You seriously crack me up, I have missed your post... If I have a bad day and then read your post... WaLa... a new person!

    Oh, by the way... War Eagle!!!!

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