2004-02-28 07:17:27

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I wanted to sleep in a little more this morning, but for some reason, I couldn't. Must be a side-effect of growing up or getting older. As I was trying to fall back asleep, I was kind of writing a blog in my head, which I do often. I'm kind of like Parker Lewis of Parker Lewis Can't Lose, but without all of the cool sound effects.

First, we would like to congratulate Andy and his lovely wife Jamie on giving birth to their baby boy, Nathan. I'm still pretty amazed that Andy (Pat's best friend) is a dad. That's just like, whoa. We're so happy for them.


I thought it was time for an update on Ruby, our new kitten. Things are going well. She had another checkup this week and she's healthy. Due to that accident she had her second day with us, she has some hair missing from her leg that the doctor said would probably never grow back. Oh well, it just adds character. She and Maynard are getting along as well as I expected them to. There are some tussles every now and then, but Ruby always has it coming.

We met Scott, Ian, Amy, and Chris out last night at Martini Grille, home of the expensive drinks. We never stay there long, but it's a fun place to start out. When we left there, Ian went home, because he's sick. We decided to go to Sports Page for some good, old-fashioned people watching. There were a lot of old fat guys out last night. But what else should one expect at a place called Sports Page? There was even one couple wearing matching jean shorts and jerseys. Now, if I had to say what Pat's and my tragic flaw was, as a couple, I'd have to say it's that we don't have more matching clothes. Other than that, we're perfect.

After Sports Page, Scott went home and we went to the Bug Jar - or the Bizzle Jizzle, as I'm thinking of starting to call it. Pat went VERY reluctantly. Pat wasn't really interested in doing any booty shaking, but the rest of us all wanted to go. We just hung out and danced for about an hour, and then went home. I think Pat even enjoyed himself there. That's it and that's all.

Tonight we'll be celebrating our friend Wayne's birthday. I know very little about the details, but I have heard that there is going to be a Cookie Pus involved. We shall see.

-Fran