he say, she say.
drea, your name unscrambled without the "d" spells ear. i think thats awesome.lol
mano, i wish u would have worn your vault levi's so i could blog about you in them. lol.
Friday, April 24, 2009
Found it on Cyana of course. It has all the accommodations that you might find at the Trump Towers Hotel and it flies. Never thought I'd see this in 2009. Maybe in Andre 3000's cartoon, "Class of 3000", but definitely not now in REAL life. The Hotelicopter is almost like a cruise in the air because of all the things you can do on it and the length of time that it travels. 14-16 day trips with city stops, massages and other spa treatments, full bathrooms with showers, a welcome lounge, and a personal entertainment system for your room. And get this, this aircraft has cell phone reception and WiFi. How they did it, I don't know. This crazy new invention seems a little scarry tho. Almost as if its to much to try and defy gravity. I'll let it make a few hundred runs before I try it out for myself... Although it sounds pretty impressive.
Papa's Gotta Brand New Bag. This Is Not For The Weak Blattered Individual. You Really Might Piss On Yourself.
Murse not Purse. The Louis Vuitton handbag collection for men scheduled for launch Fall/Winter 09/10. What will we do with ourselves? As Lo would say, "It makes my vir-jay-jay tingle". Extremely excited to retire "the baby Louis Vuitton under her arm", and get a real treat. And how could you say it doesn't go with everything, you can't. Thanx.
saying goodbye to grampa aka gramps was one of the most momentous experiences of my life. i never realized how big the role was that he not only played in the lives of others, but most importantly, my life, until now. i realize how personal our relationship was and how much he is a part of who i am. during the funeral, while the pastor spoke about his importance to the church, and my relatives spoke on their memories of "uncle julius" (which most of them refer to him as), and his friends spoke on the days of partying, joking, and his sometimes grumpy demeanor, i sat and reminisced of the days he'd pick me up from school, threaten to shoot my friends if they didn't "take they ass home", always fuss about giving me a ride somewhere or money out his pocket but do it anyways, and let me chew a little tobacco with him until i discovered how gross it tasted. i look back at my prom tape where grampa had about 5 full minutes of air time, and i listened to him speak about the significance of building a foundation from love for your family. i listened to him speak about when he built this house in the 50's so that his wife, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren could always have somewhere to go where people loved them. in the video he says how important it is to love each other and he expresses how much he loved all of us. he definitely lived a full life, 93 years almost, and he always had a story to tell about it. one that sticks out at the moment is about him stealing biscuits from the kitchen table and hiding them in his pocket because he wasn't allowed to go outside and eat. lol. grampa was the best. most famous words, "you aint got the sense god gave a mule", "gimme a toothpick", "would you looka there, colored people on tv", and my favorite, "grandfather loves you". thanks for everything grampa. who you were, still lives in me.
the baby grandgirl (as u would call me),