How bad does it suck when you totally run out of toliet paper 9:30 at night?

Let me tell you!!! After having the word toliet paper mentioned to me about 20 times from my wonderful daughter in one minute my mind has screamed to my bladder I HAVE TO GO NOW!!!!!! So I am sitting here with the urge to go, but I have nothing!!! So I have two options: break out the Kleenex or drip dry. I have heavily weighed my options and decided to choose what was behind door number 1, Kleenex. Drip drying is gross! Man I wish I was a male at this moment, as all I would have to do is shake 3 times and move on!

The worse part is I only have myself to blame as I forgot to go to the store knowingly that we were close to depletion. Guess my count was a bit off.

Good thing I am not an accountant!!

Feeling inadequate...

To those of you who know me personally, you know that I am truly unhappy with my place of employment. I enjoy what I actually do, but the lack of satisfaction I get from my employer is a bit to be desired. I have been there for nearly seven years which is a lot to some. Since I have started there I have wanted to learn more. I express an interest to excel in everything I do. I am anal. I am a perfectionist. So for about 6.5 years I have been told, yeah, yeah, yeah, blah, blah, blah... Am I any further in my career? Um, NO! I am miserable! I don't want to wake up in the morning to go to work, which is awful.

As I digress for a moment, I work in the insurance industry. My sole client base are contractors. I do what is called Surety or bonding and no sick-o it's not bondage! If you wanna know more I will explain, leave me a comment.

So fellow reader, may be thinking... Well shut the hell up and do something, Melissa... Well funny you may think that smart ass, because I have been trying. Key word there is trying... I have my resume up on Careerbuilder.com and Monster.com. I keep getting e-mails for things that I am just not interested in. Or I will get an e-mail that starts off good and just turns into shit. Like I got an e-mail from some guy in Arizona saying he has an opportunity for me here and then he's like, sorry. WTF man?! So that died... Sadly.

I am in a niche business, so on paper it looks like I have done absolutely nothing for the last seven years of my life... I might as well have lived in a damned cave...

Prior to jumping into the insurance industry I worked in the automotive industry. I worked as a finance and insurance (F & I) manager closing deals on your automobile purchases. I LOVED it! It was so much fun and so rewarding. To experience the customers excitement for a new auto purchase was awesome. I worked in the auto industry while living in Wisconsin. I tried it when I moved to Ohio and it sucked donkey balls, really... The automotive industry here is terrible. I couldn't sleep with myself how the dealers handled business here. So I got out of it.

As of late I have been reminiscing about the auto industry and looked in the paper... I saw an opportunity that would be great! It's near my house and a substantial raise. So I called and I got an interview right away which seemed promising to me. I went in at 7PM and had to meet with the General Sales Manager (GSM)... He had me fill out an application. UGH! I hate applications!!! Those are so high school to me. WTF is a resume for?! So I finish all of the tedious crap and I end up talking to the head of the F & I department. She seemed pretty cool and like we could get along with one another. I have been out of the auto industry for awhile and living in a different state didn't help. So I am there for 1.5 hours talking to two F & I people and I was told I would meet with the GSM afterwards. I am getting antsy to sell myself to the GSM as I feel like he's the one I need to convince. I need to give him confidence in me. I was never given that opportunity. He had a "situation" he was handing. I saw him behind closed doors with another suit, so I knew they were telling the truth.

I left feeling a bit uneasy... Went home, cried and moped around for the rest of the night. I felt like shit. I felt like I meant absolutely nothing... I feel like I will never move onwards or upwards.

The following day I called the GSM back. I wanted to be professional and inquire about scheduling another meeting with him as I missed my chance. He said that the two F&I chicks I talked to where gathering applicants and I will be getting a call back if they are interested. Well fucking shoot my foot now.

So I will be stuck in my job forever it seems... Miserable... I just need to catch a flipping break!!

American Idol 2017?

I enjoy listening to all types of music. Music helps me get through moments where I am happy, sad, mad, overwhelmed. When I am stressed at work, I tune the XM Radio onto to some good classical music. When I am in my truck looking to get hyped for the day I tune to some good rock or Top 20 music all depending on the mood.

Well with my daughter in truck she listens to the same stuff I do. She likes some of the same songs I do and we are able to "rock out". It amazes me with what she actually catches onto. I mean she will hear the first few bars of a song and she then belts out, "MOM, TURN IT UP! IT'S MY SONG!" I then turn it up a bit louder, but soft enough for me to listen to what she is singing. I must say it enlightens me with the way she sings and what she catches onto in a song.

Her favourites at the moment are:

Fall Out Boy -- Sugar We are Going Down
Natasha Bedingfield -- Unwritten
James Blunt -- Beautiful
The Fray -- Over My Head
Black Eyed Peas -- My Humps (I hate this song and thank you Verizon for the commerical!)
Mary J. Blige -- Be Without You
Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean -- Hips Don't Lie
Default -- It Only Hurts
Three Days Grace -- Animal I Have Become
Switchfoot -- I Dare You (Because Chris sang it on American Idol)
Lost Prophets -- Rooftops

And this is the cutest one of them all as it's from a children's show, Little Einsteins on the Disney Channel. It is their theme song. Click here to listen. She knows this thing verbatum! It's super cute!

You now notice that she likes different stuff... Which in my opinion is good. When she's older she will figure out what she likes and hopefully it's everything!! Now I am not going to push her to become a rock star or anything... But maybe, just maybe if American Idol is still out there (which it probably won't be) she will audition!!

Her innocence in singing different songs on the top of her lungs makes me appreciate the simple moments in growing up. There is not a care in the world. Granted embarassment kicks in if I stare at her too long and admire her childhood talent. So I take in quick glances and enjoy them and savor every moment as one day she will get older and not want to do that type of thing around me.

Friday Funny (v.23)

The puzzle of life...

Today I have noticed something regarding my daughter... I went to pick her up from Grandma's as I normally do. Today was different, she was sitting contently at the table putting together a puzzle. I think to myself, my crazy, "psycho" child concentrating long enough to put together a puzzle?? I sit down next to her and watch what she is doing.

She is in her own world finding her inner peace. She is relaxing. All to hard for me to believe.

She has been pretty interested in puzzles as of late, but I thought it was a "fad" thing for her to do. She has never been entertained by anything for a long period of time, ever. In fact a few weeks ago I bought her a puzzle, just because I am a "cool" mom.

Tonight during dinner we were discussing my observations of her putting together the puzzle this afternoon. In conversation I said I do not have the patience for puzzles. I seek instant gratification in doing puzzles. They give me headaches. I can't sit for prolonged periods of time to work on them. It is soooo frustrating to me. So I choose not to do it. My husband on the other hand seeks solice working on puzzles. Yet again, another trait my daughter has of her daddy. When is she going to like things I do?!

While we were discussing puzzles, Em excuses herself and brings down a puzzle, the one I bought her most recently. She wants to put it together with her daddy. I sit and watch her... I watch the determination in her mind and her spirit. Her eyes are the size of quarters. She bites her lip. Her level of concentration is all her own. She is problem solving no matter how small of a task it is.

As I watch her brings tears to my eyes as I am seeing my little girl grow up. She's thinking on her own. She's problem solving. She's putting the pieces together of her "life", all 24 pieces. As she grows the puzzle sets will get greater in number reflecting her own personal growth. Her strengths and weaknesses. Pretty soon it will be 50, 100, 250, 500, 1,000 or more (??) pieces, which are all personal accomplishments.

This is all hard for me to accept as children are not supposed to grow up in a mother's mind. I still remember how she used to fit in my arms like a glove. I used to keep track on her growth by putting her in my arms. Now she's an amazon and hangs all over when I carry her like a baby. Children are always supposed to need mom for something... I know the needs will change as she grows, but it's hard to let go.

I will be there for Em, always. I will be there for her to help her put the pieces together, to pick up the pieces when they fall and lastly bond those pieces together for the foundation that is her.

I now have the title of Vice President...

Last week Wednesday I had a meeting with the Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary (FOPA). Family members are members of the Auxiliary and the actual officers are members of the actual Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge. (Best way for me to explain)

At our meeting one of the members was clearly missing... We were told her kids were sick so we thought nothing more of it.

Thursday evening I have a voicemail... I checked my messages while out of the office Friday morning when I was on the road traveling. I get a call from the President of the Auxiliary, telling me that she has some "news" to tell me and "something" I may be interested in.

I call her back, while I am rushing to another appointment I am already late to. She says I know you are sitting down, but try not to wreck your truck when I tell you this. Um, ok... I am told that one of our members has filed for divorce. With that being said, since she filed for divorce she automatically resigns from her coveted position of Vice President with the Auxiliary.

I am then asked by the President of the Auxiliary if I would like to take the position as Vice President. On the telephone I can't exactly change the subject or ignore it. So I say yes. I will be sworn in at our next meeting in June.

Within seconds the she then tells me that I have to plan a Potluck for 3 Police Departments (granted they aren't huge, but it's enough) all within 6 weeks. I have to make fliers and coordinate who's coming with what and how many are coming.

I realize that a potluck isn't a big deal, but I am anal and I am a planner... And I like to have ample time to put something together.

What did I get myself into??

Friday Funny (v.22)

Evolution of Dance

I am sure some of you have seen this 6 minute YouTube clip, but it is funny as all hell! Another client of mine sent it to me and I found myself dancing in my seat!


The "Death" of an American Icon

It's true... The rumours you have heard are right. The ultimate sports utility vehicle is going to be shelved. I'd call it every mans orgasm. Every man that I have ever met while I worked in the automotive industry salavated over this monster on 4 wheels.

The Hummer will now be forever etched into history into every males mind come June 2006. I will now no longer have to hear about I want a Hummer or a Humvee until my ears bleed.

Admittedly, I too will be sad to see this iconic monster to be retired. But the economy is no longer in need of a gas guzzler. The thing with Hummers moreso than any other vehicle, in my opinion, is the status. When one sees a H1, you know they spent approximatley $100,000. When you see a H2, you know that approximatley $60,000 was spent and lastly for a H3 about $40,000. You know with the name Mercedes, BMW, Lexus, Bentley, Audi, etc. you are going to spend a lot for luxury. But with Hummer, you are spending a lot for the ruggedness. I may be doing a bit of female rambling!

On with the article!

GM to end production of hulking, gas-guzzling Hummer H1

Friday May 12, 2006
Associated Press Writer

DETROIT (AP) The 2006 model year will be the last for the Hummer H1, the hulking, gas-guzzling status symbol that has attracted celebrities and off-road enthusiasts but has drawn the ire of environmentalists.

General Motors Corp. announced plans Friday for the H1, which is the foundation for the automaker's Hummer brand. Based on the military's Humvee, the about 12,000 put on the road since 1992 defined the Hummer name.

"It's a reflection of where we're going with the Hummer brand," Hummer general manager Martin Walsh said of the decision. "The Hummer DNA still resides in the Humvee. ...It will always be the core from where we come."

GM expects the last H1s to be built next month.

Walsh said Hummer plans to focus on models with broader appeal instead of the niche-market H1. Since taking over the Hummer name in 2000, GM has introduced the still hefty H2 and a midsize H3 sport utility vehicle.

The H1 gets about 10 miles per gallon, but Walsh said rising gas prices didn't factor into GM's decision. He noted that H1 buyers typically have been less sensitive about gas prices than most other drivers.

Auto analyst Erich Merkle with the Grand Rapids consulting company IRN Inc. said the decision fits with steps GM has taken to bring the Hummer brand to more mainstream drivers with the H2 and H3.

"They're going to continue moving Hummer in that direction," Merkle said. "It's a great brand. There is a lot that can be done with that in terms of leveraging its ruggedness and toughness."

Merkle added that the kind of drivers who buy the H1 don't worry about things like gas prices.

"It's really one of those over-the-top vehicles," Merkle said. "It doesn't really have much of a place in everyday society. You can't put it in the parking ramps. Parking spaces can't accommodate it."

The H1 attracted well-heeled drivers looking for a military-style vehicle with an intimidating stance. For the 2006 model year, the H1 was offered as a high-performance H1 Alpha that costs about $130,000 to $140,000.

The vehicle first was marketed to the public as the Hummer in 1992 by AM General, which also makes the military version. Under a 1999 deal, GM bought marketing rights to the Hummer name and called the vehicle the Hummer H1.

Hummers often have been associated with celebrities who owned them, such as actor Arnold Schwarzenegger. California's governor was AM General's first civilian customer, buying a custom-made conversion of the military model as well as civilian production models.

Last year, GM sold 374 H1s, down 16 percent from 447 in 2004.

AM General, which builds the H1, H2 and Humvee in Mishawaka, Ind., said in a statement that it doesn't plan to cut any jobs as a result of the decision. GM said workers there were expected to be shifted to military production.

What about your eyes??

The other day I was in my shower and while I was showering I was calling my daughters name to wake up as I was running late and had to try to save some time somehow. Finally as I am drying off she decides to wake up. I go into my bedroom to throw some clothes on when my daughter comes in and says the following...

M - Mom and D - Daughter

M - Hey doll! Morning to you!

D - Look at me.

M - I am.

D - Look at my eyes.

M - I am. What's wrong with them?

D - They are TIRED!

M- Well, obviously my eyes are tired which is why we are running late. You can take a nap in a bit.

D - But mom!! LOOK at my eyes! As she is virtually holding them open!

M - Laughing hysterically... Come'on, let's get ready for school!

It's times like these being a Mother is so rewarding!! I mean, my daughter is so witty at times it amazes me. It'd take me forever to think of something like that!!

Happy Mothers Day!

I received the following from a good friend of mine and client awhile back. I figured I'd save it for this special day to share with everyone else. Thank you Shelley!!

Before I was a Mom

Before I was a Mom I never tripped over toys or forgot words to a lullaby.
I didn't worry whether or not my plants were poisonous.
I never thought about immunizations.

Before I was a Mom - I had never been puked on.
Pooped on.
Chewed on.
Peed on.
I had complete control of my mind and my thoughts.
I slept all night.

Before I was a Mom I never held down a screaming child so doctors could do tests.
Or give shots.
I never looked into teary eyes and cried.
I never got gloriously happy over a simple grin.
I never sat up late hours at night watching a baby sleep.

Before I was a Mom I never held a sleeping baby just because I didn't want to put her down.
I never felt my heart break into a million pieces when I couldn't stop the hurt.
I never knew something so small could affect my life so much.
I never knew that I could love someone so much.
I never knew I would love being a Mom.

Before I was a Mom - I didn't know the feeling of having my heart outside of my body.
I didn't know how special it could feel to feed a hungry baby.
I didn't know what a bond between a mother and child was.
I didn't know that something so small could make me feel so important and happy.

Before I was a Mom - I had never gotten up in the middle of the night every 10 minutes to make sure all was ok.
I had never known the warmth, the joy, the love, the heartache, the wonderment or the satisfaction of being a Mom.
I didn't know I was capable of feeling so much before I was a Mom.

And to those to it applies too... And before I was a Grandma, I didn't know that all of those "Mom" feelings more than doubled when you see that little bundle being held by "your baby".

I hope all of you Moms, Moms-to-be, Grandmothers enjoy your day... Everyday should be Mother's Day.

If any of you have something to add to this list please do... I'd love to hear what everyone has to say about being a Mom, Mom-to-be, Grandmother or even a child.

Here are two of my favourite pictures of my daughter and I...

This picture was taken at Sanibel Island, Florida a few years ago when I went down there for a business trip.

This picture was taken around Christmas of 2005.

Friday Funny (v.21)

What the hell is wrong with "you" people????

It's no surprise that most bloggers have stat counters to track their popularity within the "community". I check mine about every other day or more to see the thought process of people. I have always enjoyed people, people watching in the airport, watching gestures of people, etc. So actually getting into the core of a persons brain for a brief second is quite entertaining.

Let me entertain you for a few moments with various entries that have got readers to my site via Google, MSN, Yahoo!, etc.

Bean People -- I wrote a post regarding my daughter and her adorable "Bean People".

Wet Her Pull Up -- I wrote about going shopping for Pull-Ups at the last minute.

Men Doing Animals -- I never wrote about this!! Who ever thinks they are going to get beastility posts on this site is sadly mistaken. Take your perverted selves elsewhere.

Knee Slapper Jokes -- I don't find myself funny, let alone funny enough to "deserve" a hit for Knee Slapper Jokes

Emerial -- Thanksgiving was Emerial inspired... We made three of his dishes!

Male Genetaila Exam -- As I have never had one of these, men keep looking. I won't be writing about that shit here.

JonBenet's Life Story -- I referred to JonBenet in a post, but I made no reference of her life story as I know nothing about it other than she was killed.

Remedies for Smelly Armpits -- I did a home remedy post, couldn't tell you waht the remedy is for this problem... Maybe Secret, Degree, Axe, Old Spice?

Funny Hot Dog Cooker -- Famous Friday Funny Post!

Sandles for Bad Feet -- I posted a picture of the god awful sandles with grapes all over them. They are BAD for your feet and even worse for my eyes!

Life Without Her -- Sorry you are living life without her? If only I knew who she was!

Never Get Home -- You didn't check your address before you left? Sorry you are lost! Try GPS next time.

Ken Smerchek -- Never heard of Ken, but if he drops by I will tell him you said hi!

Ex-boyfriend Scott -- I also never dated a Scott and never would reference an ex in this site... So carry on...

JTL Newspaper -- I have finally reached the press! Just have to be careful for plagarisim.

Chics and Trucks -- I wrote about girl cars... Chics and Trucks is awesome!

I Need A Doll That Cries Wets Giggles, Etc. -- I wrote about my daughter and her two dolls, but they don't do all of that fancy shit. Dolls are stuffed fabric with clothes.

Accidents Racine Wisconsin 2006 Drunk Driving -- Unfourtunatley, I do not know these stats. I may have been born and raised there, but can't help you there. Try MADD.

Aunt JTL -- I am Aunt JTL, yes... To three children.

Fugly Victims Truckdriver -- Any victim of a truckdriver with all due respect is fugly. You aren't going to win against a truckdriver.

Penis Plugs -- Yes, I admit I wrote about Penis Plugs. It was mostly out of shock. I couldn't believe that men actually put that "there".

Men Doing Men -- There is nothing gay here for men... Not interested in that... Next click! Hell I won't even talk about Male Strippers!

Melissa Swartz -- Swartz is not my last name. Sooo, good luck with your search!

Lil Critter Vitamins Lead -- I wrote a post about these vitamins last fall as they contain lead. Actually advised a mom who was giving them to her children daily. Glad I could be of help!

How to Blow Your Nose Like a Lady -- Once you find out, please tell me. I don't think there's a lady-like way to blow your nose. How about excuse yourself from the room. That could be helpful!

Wisconsin Gay -- For the umpteeth time!!! NO GAY STUFF ON HERE!! No offense to any of my gay friends, but I just don't write about stuff like that!! *smooches*

Penis Daughter
-- Sounds like an oxymoron to me!! Penis and daughter just don't mix! Sick-o!

Without Further Ado -- Keep going... It was a title to a post. Sorry I can't be of more help!

Difference Between a Male and a Female Tapeworm -- Who the fuck cares?!?! They are gross!!

And last but not least, my most passionate of post(s) to date for websearches is all related to Yazeed Essa.

Flubber Buddies (v.7) SPECIAL EDITION

One of our local news stations, Action 19 News, featured this diet in their news broadcast the other night. It does not surprise me as they are a smut news station, much like the Enquirer or Star.
Admittedly it caught my attention, so I tuned in.

It's called the... The Ultimate Sex Diet.

During the news broadcast, they started by saying you can lose weight by having sex! Well who doesn't like having sex and you and your partner and work-out together! *Bonus* By having sex three (3) - five (5) times a week and doubling up on the weekends for 30 minutes a session you are more apt to lose weight.

I will be picking this book up at my local library to check it out! Maybe I could find some good pointers to change things up a bit!

Below is the overview on the book:

Book Description
Losing weight never felt so good!

Using advanced scientific research on the amazing exercise power of making love and on its extraordinary health benefits, research expert Kerry McCloskey reveals the secrets of using one of life's greatest pleasures to slim down, shape up, and achieve a healthier, more passionate life. After quickly losing 23 pounds on the Ultimate Sex Diet, the author used her newly stunning figure to become a model and television star.

This is your chance to discover the 29 sexiest exercises and 61 sensual treats that will make losing weight fun, easy and natural. You will also uncover the 32 passion-igniting secrets that will make your relationship closer and more romantic than you ever imagined.

From the Publisher
A ground-breaking book by a fascinating, inspiring author, Kerry McCloskey. The Ultimate Sex Diet is the most pleasurable and realistic diet and exercise program ever. Studies have revealed that 95% of those who go on today’s popular diets fail because these diets are too restrictive, too detailed and require too much sacrifice. By using the power of pleasure, McCloskey quickly lost 23 pounds and achieved her life-long dream of becoming a television star and model.

However, the book is not just a guide to the slimmer body you’ve always wanted. It is also a clear, fact-filled guide to making your romance and marriage as passionate and exciting as you have always wanted.

The experts are already raving about this plan to slim down and heat up your romance using pleasure instead of denial.

Now is your chance to finally get the slimmer body and the passionate relationship you have always dreamed about.

From the Author
"Making love," confesses author Kerry McCloskey "is the easiest, most pleasurable way to lose weight. In fact, sex is the ultimate exercise machine because it’s free, fun and has such terrific fringe benefits."

"Three years ago, I was overweight and frustrated," says McCloskey, "I had tried numerous popular diet programs and failed every time. Too much denial, too many restrictions. What finally worked was the intense lovemaking and healthier lifestyle I began during my romance with my future husband!"

"I quickly lost 23 pounds on my Love Diet and kept them off. Looking younger and slimmer than ever, I then realized my life-long dream of becoming a model and television star. Most importantly, my marriage has become stronger and more passionate than I ever imagined."

McCloskey feels her book is particularly crucial for couples. "My ‘sexercises’ keep every relationship fresh, vibrant and very, very passionate."

"Everyone should know exactly how to take advantage of the amazing health and exercise benefits of making love," recommends McCloskey, "as well as the passion-igniting secrets, the sexy exercises, and the sensual eating strategies which every relationship needs."

From the Inside Flap
Make Losing Weight a Pleasure!

This is the inspiring story of how Kerry McCloskey, a research expert, discovered the extraordinary power of the Ultimate Sex Diet. Frustrated by every diet she tried, Kerry was overjoyed to quickly lose 23 pounds and keep them off using the intense love-making and healthy lifestyle she developed during a whirlwind romance with her future husband. In fact, the Ultimate Sex Diet helped Kerry to realize her dream of becoming a successful model and television star and has made her marriage stronger and more passionate than ever.

Few Americans have been able to lose weight using today’s most popular diets. In fact, 95 percent of those who lose weight on these diets gain it right back. The reason: denying ourselves the foods we love just doesn’t work!

Forget denial! Using the most advanced scientific research on the amazing exercise power of sex and on its extraordinary health benefits, Kerry clearly shows you how to use one of life’s greatest pleasures to slim down, shape up, and achieve a happier, more romantic life. Here are the passion-igniting techniques, the sexy exercises, and the healthy eating strategies you need to get the body you want while enjoying the best sex of your life. Soon you will be telling your friends: "Losing weight never felt so good!"

About the Author
Kerry McCloskey is a director of marketing research at one of the world’s largest media companies. She is also a part-time model, actress, and writer. She graduated Dartmouth College with a degree in math and economics. She lives with her husband in New Jersey.

Excerpted from The Ultimate Sex Diet: The Super Sex Diet That Works by Kerry McCloskey. Copyright © 2004. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.
I have an amazing secret. It has changed my life. It has made me healthier and happier than ever before.

At work, my coworkers do now know my secret. Not even my family or closest friends realize the truth.

My secret has made my life so much richer, and so much more fun and exciting, that I cannot keep it bottled up inside of me any longer. I’m thrilled to share my discovery with you, and I am confident it will change your life forever, too.

When I first started dating my husband, Ben, I was in the worst shape of my life. My stomach and buttocks were the flabbiest that they had ever been. I rarely exercised, and every diet fad and gimmick I tried and led to failure and frustration. Luckily, my future husband was able to overlook my "flaws." In fact, by our third date we were head over heels in love and in the midst of a whirlwind romance that was filled with wonderfully long and satisfying lovemaking. Within the first three months of dating, I lost ten pounds without even trying. I had an uncanny feeling that my increased metabolism due to our intense sexual activity played a major role in helping me slim down.

Friday Funny (v.20)

I am back!!

Well I didn't take a lot of pictures as I didn't have the time or there wasn't anything really worth taking pictures of....

Above are 6 Thunderbirds F-16's from the United States Air Force. We missed them practicing, but got to see the Thunderbirds Museum and stood virtually on the flight line to take these pictures.

F-16 in preparation of flight

F-22 on take off... The noise these jets make is amazing!

Picture of a sunset over the mountains on Lake Mead. We went camping for two days in the desert and it was a lot of fun. We rented a boat and took it out the lake for the day. That was enjoyable, but I ended up getting first and second degree sunburn. I am still in pain, but it's getting better by the day. With me catching too much sun I chose not to go to the Canyon as being in more sun would have made things much worse.

I should be getting back into the swing of things this week... Friday I will resume Friday Funnies.