Prom Night Do Over

Finn: You’re a lot hotter than my last prom date.
Meredith: Is that a compliment?
Finn: Maybe.
Meredith: It feels like a compliment.
Finn: Then it is.
Meredith: Well keep it up and you might get lucky.
Finn: Well, now how lucky are we talking about here? Are we talking kind of lucky or are we talking really, seriously lucky? –Grey’s Anatomy

Couple Wife’s Birthday/Prom Do Over Party was so amazing. We danced, we laughed, there was even an old school dance off. The only difference between high school and Saturday’s prom was that we were all a little older, and there were legal drinks there. Continue reading Prom Night Do Over

Monopoly Money and the Crazy Kitten

Eric: Man, I thought my brother and I had problems. But you two are morons.
Cristina: Okay, well, swallowing Monopoly pieces wasn’t exactly a genius move. You could’ve really hurt yourself.
Eric: Well, I didn’t did I? Now my mom’s gonna make my brother let me play Monopoly all I want.
Cristina: And that makes you smart?
Eric: You’re fishing through my poop. How smart are you? –Grey’s Anatomy

Sunday night Match and I joined Drama Chick and B for an old fashioned game of Monopoly. The last time I played I ended up beating Match pretty badly. So he was happy as could be when I made a poor deal with him and he wound up monopolizing on Board Walk and Park Place and basically screwing the rest of us. It was fun to joke around and talk smack to each other while dealing with our fake money. If only we could pass go in real life. Sigh. Continue reading Monopoly Money and the Crazy Kitten

His Indecision is Breaking My Heart

Too often, the thing you want most is the one thing you can’t have. Desire leaves us heartbroken, it wears us out. Desire can wreck your life. And as tough as wanting something can be, the people who suffer the most are those who don’t know what they want. -Meredith, Grey’s Anatomy

Is it just me? Or are men afraid to grow up? What is so scary about going to the next level? Buying a house, getting married, having babies? These things are all exciting to me, and I can’t wait to experience them. I also don’t think having those things means I can’t have fun. Just because we have responsibilities when we age doesn’t mean we can’t still have a good time. Yeah…tell that to Match. Continue reading His Indecision is Breaking My Heart

So Much For Boredom

Meredith: Derek’s camping. Taking time. Getting space.
Cristina: Prestons do not go into the woods. A guy named Preston is gonna get his ass kicked by a squirrel.
Izzie: It’s basically a slumber party, they do it outside, we do it inside. It’s really the only difference.                      –Grey’s Anatomy

It’s funny-it seems like just a few weeks ago I was moping around the house whining to Match that we never seem to have plans with friends. We were both bored, and wishing we had more to do. Now it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day, and we just collapse at the end of the day exhausted. Our social and work calendars are overflowing, and all I can think is it must be summer. I love it though, every minute of the chaos. We are enjoying a lot more time with friends, and our side business is booming with summer move outs. We’re also super busy with house hunting after work, submitting offers, and crossing our fingers that we get the place we want. Continue reading So Much For Boredom

Lucky Me

Meredith: Lets play a game of whose life sucks the most. I’ll win. I always win.
Cristina: You don’t want to play with me.
Meredith: Oh, I do. I’ll even go first. Derek is married. [George spits out his beer]
Cristina: George. Beer is dripping from your nostrils.
Meredith: Told you I’d win.
Cristina: No, you didn’t win.
Meredith: Did you hear me? I said Derek is married, as in pig-headed adulterous liar married. Nothing you could say could top that.
Cristina: I’m pregnant. I win. [Joe, the bartender, collapses] Okay, maybe Joe wins.                                                               –Grey’s Anatomy

I seem to be incredibly lucky when it comes to blog contests. First I won Brittany’s contest, and in April I won the prize pack over at The Life of Josie M. Thanks Josie for all my schwag! I gotta say that the Junior Mints were my favorite. Though the magnet with the dorky guy that says “No You Can’t Buy Me a Drink” was pretty great too.

I am pretty sure this is the first (and probably only) bag I’ve ever received from Saks 5th Avenue.