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Holy cow, I cannot believe it snowed in Cave Creek! Tony and I were on the Loop 101 this afternoon on our way to several stores (I think we are getting aTempur-Pedic bed — yippy skippy!) and to see the ‘white stuff’ on the tops of the Superstitutions and McDowell Mountains — it was unreal! The views of the snow covered peaks were gorgeous. I couldn’t believe we were still in Phoenix.
In other news, I went to my first roller derby bout last night! Featured teams were the undefeated Bruisers versus the Bad News Beaters at Castle Sports Club.
Girls totally RAWK! That is all I have to say.
8:30am: Took Strummer out for a ‘powerwalk’ around the park. My dog does not walk. He gallops. It’s those long legs of his. Ran into Strummie’s pal The Biscuit Man. The pooch gets spoiled at home and the park!
9:30am: Another hour long session at the driving range. I am becoming more confident with my swing. I’m achieving more lift and longer distances with my 7 iron and 5/6 hybrid, yay! I am having major problems with my drivers. I think it’s the longer shaft. I just don’t have the control on my woods as compared to my irons and hybrids.
Noon: Food shopping at the Sunflower. I go here for my staples. I still love mySafeway (they have great sushi, can you believe it?) especially since they completely renovated it to look like AJ’s, but my gawd, I just can’t stand the traffic in that store. I used to always come home with a near-nervous breakdown.
1:30pm: After twenty minutes of chopping, slicing and dicing, the beef stew is safely secured in the crockpot. In less than five hours, dinner will be served, yum.
3:00pm: Juan, The Stucco Man, is stopping by to give us an estimate on our back wall. Ideas are a bubblin’ for the back and front yards. Serious landscaping to be done this year. I hope Juan gives us a discount. We gave him so much business after he stucco’d our house three years ago (five other houses in our neighborhood ended up using him within the year)!
Marc and Kim are thinking of getting married on the rooftop terrace of theValley Ho in September (they are choosing the 23rd — and our wedding date is the 20th, yippy skippy). We joined them on their tour and wow, the view is amazing! 360° views of the valley. I can totally see them exchanging their vows as the sun sets behind Camelback Mountain. I think Kimmie should make tee-shirts for her wedding party that read ‘Wedding Ho’. Haha, get it?
But seriously, if they do decide to have their wedding there it will be gorgeous. I love the hotel’s ‘Rat Pack’ atmosphere. It’s like I expect to see Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr rounding the corner or something.
Van’s was having a big tent sale and we ended up coming home with a set of irons for me! And can you believe we got them for only $200. They’re normally $600! Still need to get a driver and putter. I have some in mind, but I’d like to shop around and see if I can get a better deal somewhere else.
My goal right now is to practice like mad on the driving range so I’m comfortable with my swing. I’m not in a big rush to play a full round yet. Currently, it’s peak golf season in the Valley and I cannot justify paying $50 for a round (and that’s the cheap price during the winter), especially for a novice like myself. Once summer hits and the Snowbirds have flown back north, it’ll be a perfect time. Plus, $15 for a round sounds much better, don’t you think?
Strummer had his annual check-up and he’s holding steady at 16.8 pounds.“Very active dog! All muscle — not an ounce of fat on him! Teeth in excellent condition!” We, as typical puppy parents, were totally beaming with pride.
Latest DVD viewed: Junebug. Loved Amy Adams’ portrayal of Ashley. Annoying but lovable at the same time. I really love Embeth Davidtz’s teeth. They’re the kind of teeth I’d like to have. Highly recommended rental.
And omigawwwwd, another meme. Will someone please stop the meme madness??? (Yes, my life is incredibly bor-ing right now)
A is for age: 30.5 years
B is for booze of choice: I love vino and expensive cocktails
C is for career: I’m a mufflemufflemuffle for a mufflemufflemuffle company
D is for your dad’s name: It begins with ‘L’ and ends with ‘E’
E is for essential items to bring to a party: The booze, of course!
F is for favorite song at the moment: Zurich is Stained – Pavement
G is for favourite game: I like playing Chess with Tony
H is for hometown: DeRidder, Louisiana
I is for instruments you play: I can shake a mean tamborine!
J is for jam or jelly you like: Strawberry, yum-o
K is for kids: None
L is for living arrangements: I own a single family ranch home with my husband and puppy
M is for Mom’s name: It’s begins with ‘K’ and ends with ‘Y’
N is for name of your crush: My little poopie face Strum-doodle-ding-dong!
O is for overnight hospital stays: None (knock on wood thrice)
P is for phobias: I hate spiders
Q is for quotes you like: Be the change you wish to see in the world – Gandhi
R is for relationship that lasted the longest: Present tense, my husband (six years)
S is for sexual preference: Um. I think you can figure that one out yourself
T is for travel: California in a couple weeks for business
U is for underwear: Bikini bottoms, boy shorts and (Mom & Dad, don’t read any further…..) thongs
V is for vegetable you love: Asparagus & brussels sprouts
W is for weekend plans: Attending First Friday, spectating at the FBR Open and cheering on the Steelers
X is for x-rays you’ve had: Two. I had an MRI of my brain and a chest x-ray a couple years ago (for my bell’s palsy and lupus)
Y is for yummy food you make: Tony loves my beef stew