My pussy getting her coffee grind fix last night. Notice the coffee on her nose :) It's really funny to watch her do this. First she sticks her tongue in the coffee, then she shakes her head like she's saying "damn, this is really nasty" then she gets some more. She does this two or three times and then she's had enough.

It was 59 degrees this morning and I have every window and the front door wide open. She's waiting for me to make the bed so that she can tunnel under the blanket and go back to sleep.

Didn't give her a bath today...it was just too chilly,

I did find out that she likes apple pie yogurt. :)

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I have 4 car chase lined up so far for tomorrow. They are all over the place and I'm trying to map them so that I won't use up to much gas. I hate it when this happens, but sometimes it can't be avoided and I won't turn any assignments down. At least there are no UPS Stores this time. :)

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I got a lot accomplished this morning, good thing too, because I won't have time for shit tomorrow.





















I had a great time visiting with Jimmy at VA Pistol tonight. He always brings back memories from when he was stationed in Germany and of days when we were young and stupid. Of course I had to have a cup of his super strong Mississippi Mud while I was there. :)

The new shop is awesome and so much larger than the old one. Now Jimmy will have to order more stuff to fill the empty spaces. :)

Looks like I really missed out by not being able to come to the re-opening yesterday. Lots of new and old traffic...lots of people to meet and lots to talk about.

I couldn't get a good picture of the beautiful handguns in the case due to the top glass being pretty scratched up. I'll have to catch Jimmy or Greg when they pull all he pretty babies out of the gun safe one day. They are beauties.

I picked up that leather, inside the pants holster, that I had ordered months ago. I had changed my mind before about getting it, thinking it would be too uncomfortable to wear, plus I refuse to wear a belt to clip it on. Jimmy helped in adjusting it just right and I didn't feel it even being there. Losing all this weight helped too, I'm sure.

Thanks Jimmy for the good conversation, laughs, trips down memory lane, and the hugs.

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I've got one car chase for tomorrow. Pretty pointless since she gave the UPS Store as her physical address. It will be a miracle if the car happens to be parked in front of that store. I did find another address for her, which might help, but I have no idea how old the information is. I guess I'll just have to see.

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It's time to bathe my pussy, so if I have time when I get back, I'll take care of her. It's been over a month and she's due for one.

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I hope everyone had a great weekend!! Tomorrow is Monday again...time is flying. Can' wait for Sunday when Kenny and Cyndi are giving their Scion Labor Day Party and Cookout. I still don't know what to bring! :(

Damn....why do I always have to miss out on stuff that happens on Saturdays :(

 
VIRGINIA PISTOL STORE GRAND RE-OPENING!

Hello all. Come and see us now!

The move to the new and larger Virginia Pistol Store should be completed late Friday 08/28/2009!

MORE room....MORE items.... MORE fun!

Not only will the new store be larger and have more items for you, but we've also incorporated the "Shooter Corner". The "Corner" is a small section of the new store with table, chairs, coffee pot, sodas and water where you can come in, take a load off, relax and talk guns and training!

ABOUT OUR GRAND RE-OPENING:
Date: Saturday August 29, 2009
Hours: 10:00 AM until 8:00 PM

SO....come on by, have a cup of coffee or coke, look around and RECEIVE DISCOUNTS ON EVERYTHING IN THE STORE!!!

Virginia Pistol, LLC
5267 John Marshall Highway (Rt. 55)
Linden, VA

SAME location! Rt. 55 approximately 1/2 mile East of the Apple House Restaurant next to Skyline Flooring. Look for our big yellow sign, and the American Flag!









I love my GPS (Gloria Pain Spencer). I have it set on the shortest instead of the fastest route, so it takes me on all these back roads. I took these this morning on the way to Stafford, Virginia. It was such a nice, quiet and relaxing drive, I didn't even want to go back home. Tanked up on $2.43 per gallon fuel while I was out there. I love to drive!!! :)

On the way home I saw a deer laying down near the driveway.



It didn't run away, but walked. Then I saw that it was limping. :( I wonder what happened to it.

I feel great this morning, so hopefully the worst is over with and I'll be back at Miller's as my chipper self tonight. I had some antibiotics that I took yesterday....just in case. I slept a total of 14 and a half hours. Must have needed it.

^^^^^See that lump at the top of my bed? That's my pussy sleeping, keeping warm on a chilly morning.

Everything went pretty well yesterday until I got out of the shower.

I forgot that I had the air conditioner going and started blow drying my hair on the back of my head when the breaker went off. Of course I'm freaking out because Kenny is not home yet and he has to reset the breaker inside his basement. Then I thought about the breaker box inside my trailer and it turns out that MY breaker is the one that needs to be reset.

Then I went in the kitchen to make one more cup of Mississippi Mud and banged my forehead on my kitchen cabinet. I thought I was going to hit the floor. Then I felt something warm running down my nose and blood dripping in the sink. Took me a good 20 minutes to get the bleeding to stop. It didn't look like I tore any of the stitches, but I looked pretty scary in the mirror.

Being hard headed and stubborn as always. I managed to get cleaned up and go to work.

After about two hours I started to feel really bad and my forehead was throbbing and told Wilber that I needed to leave and go home.

I met my dear son that was walking down the street to check on me right after I left. I picked him up and took him back home. I wanted to stay and talk a bit, but I was really, really feeling bad and just needed to get my ass home.

When I got there I took some pain meds and went to sleep.

This morning I felt great. Went on 3 car chases, but by 11 AM I started to feel like crap again. The last two times I got up out of the Evil Twin I felt really dizzy and had to sit back down. I looked in the rear view mirror and saw that my forehead was a bit swollen.

I hurried up and got my butt back home. Lasted there for about an hour. Called in sick at work this time instead of being stubborn and going anyway. I laid down and fell asleep for a good 3 hours.....until the heat woke me up.

Still feel shitty. The swelling has gone down. I want a cup of coffee. Oh well....wonder what tomorrow will bring.
 

Phew....sure am glad that's over with.

The procedure itself took less than 10 minutes. The other 40 minutes was spent giving me more shots because I kept on feeling the doctor cutting on me. The sound and feeling reminded me of using poultry scissors to cut up a chicken.

The size of the spot was smaller than a green pea, but he cut out a large, oval, 2 inch area to get all of the pre-cancerous growth. Then he stretched the skin and sewed it together. It took 5 stitches. He tried to cauterize the area, but stopped since I kept on flinching because I could feel it.

The other spot was treated with chemicals and should just blister and the go away.



My forehead stayed numb for most of the day. Then it finally woke up, angry, right after 7 PM.

I was amazed to see/feel what facial muscles are involved in the smallest things. Since the skin is so tight right now, laughing, sneezing, coughing, being surprised, eating, chewing gum, etc., hurt. Any kind of emotion seemed to end up hurting.

This morning is much better. I even slept without tearing anything open.

The first 24 hours will be over with a little after noon. That's when I will wash it for the first time. Since the cut is right at my hair line, I won't be able to keep it bandaged. Combing and blow drying my hair should be interesting :(

I go back in two weeks to get the stitches taken out.

I received two car chases last night. One of them is almost 30 miles away. I'll put those off until tomorrow morning.

I want to remind everyone to please, please, please use sun screen!!!! ....especially on your babies. I was lucky that it was caught early. I almost didn't bother because I have a lot of moles on my body and it took me a long time to realize that there was something not quite right with this one. If it had not been on my forehead where I see it every day, I probably wouldn't even have noticed.
 

I just got this from our Scion District Manager, Sandra :)

Sup Scion Peeps,

If you are looking for something to do this weekend.....here is where all the Cool Kids will be :-D

As one of the sponsors Scion will have a VIP list so that you don't have to pay to get in so if you will be attending please let me know so I can put you on my list, and as always I would like to have a few Scions on Display so if you would like to Display your Scion let me know.

- Sandra :-D 443-928-2922

What: Camp Cool Kids...Sounds, Swims, Sneaks & Celebrations
Where: Capitol Skyline Hotel
10 I (eye) Street SW DC
Time: 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM


On Saturday, August 29th 2009, the BrightestYoungThings.com (BYT) Summer Camp series at the newly remodeled Capitol Skyline Hotel brings a new twist to the table! From previous camp themes such as Camp Crystal Lake (Halloween Costume Theme) and Karaoke Camp, we present a celebration of the 4th year of the Sneaker Suite entitled “Sounds, Sneaks & Swim”

With a special performance from recording artist Tabi Bonney, as well as the one and only DJ Tittsworth!!. Other brands involved include Broccoli City (clothing), DURKL,and Everyday PPLE. As well as a small sip station courtesy of CIROC Ultra Premium Vodka & NUVO Sparkling Liquor allowing a sampling of the latest offerings from the DIAGEO brand. Capitol Skyline also offers a full server food and bar menu for a pretty good price making this event a true destination point!


Too bad that I have to work every Saturday. :(


I gave a poor guy at National Notary Association and ear full this afternoon. I still had not received my notary seal and had not gotten my second order that I put in on the 14th.

He gave me a tracking number and it turned out that the girls at the UPS store had forgotten to give me the package. So I went over there to pick it up....still no seal!

I called back and they asked me if I had faxed them my certification and I told the woman that I had done that and called in to see if they had gotten it too. I was told at the time that they did receive my fax. ....so what the fuck happened to it?

Tomorrow I'll fax it again and call to see if they received my fax, again!

I've had my commission for almost a month now and still haven't been able to perform any notary work due to not having the tools to do it with.

I don't think I will be ordering from them again. Didn't even get an e-mailed invoice when I ordered the second time, but they sure yanked the money out of my bank account.

Oh well, back to Acorn the next time I need anything.

Glad I got that off of my chest...feel much better now. :)

Tomorrow I have an appointment with a doctor to have those two spots removed from my forehead. I'm a nervous wreck already. If I wasn't so damned wide a awake all of the sudden, I'd be sleeping right now. It will only get worse since the appointment isn't until 11 AM. LOL....This will give me plenty of time to mope around to worry about it some more.





^^^Last night, right after the storm. There was a double rainbow, but only one would show up on the photos.

What a beautiful day!! Too bad that I have to go to work today. It's a nice low 60's right now. Last night I actually had to turn the fan off. It looks like we won't see the 90's this week! Woohoo!!!

Yesterday was pretty crazy at Miller's. The phones were ringing off the hook. People were getting really rude and pissy. I was glad when it was finally over. Did I mention that I hate phones?? Another five hours of this today, then it's over with the Cash and Clunkers....for now. Then all we can do is keep our fingers crossed for the government to hurry up and reimburse the dealership.

This morning is laptop maintenance time. Cleaning out old files. I ran CC Cleaner earlier. I downloaded Piriform Defragler and it's been running for over an hour after I already defragmented with the software that came with this computer. Hopefully I'll be finished by noon.

Tuesday morning I have an appointment to have those two spots on my forehead removed. I hate needles in my face more than anywhere else on my body and wish they would just knock me out. I wonder what the result of the biopsy was.

I have one car chase to do today. I'll go there before going to Miller's. If no one's there, I'll catch them on the way home tonight. Yesterday I chased a car on my lunch hour.

Time to throw some food in my stomach and one more pot of coffee. I hope that everyone has a splendid Sunday. :)




I was at Camden Fairfax Corner this morning chasing a car. This place is impossible to get into unless you have been invited. It reminds me of a hotel...only this one has huge rooms and you can't even get into the lobby without a key card.

They've been sending me to a lot of gated and highly secured homes. I don't know if I would like living like that. Oh well, to each it's own.

I was lucky to get through by the time that I had a meeting with a recruiter at 1 PM. Turns out the recruiter is for Primerica. It sounded so familiar when he said the name, but it was so long ago I had a hard time remembering the details. I did remember that they used to have an office in Manassas and that I went there once many, many years ago.

When I got to Miller's I Google'd the company and remembered why I did not get into it. I went to one of their meetings and found out that they hardly even mentioned the products that they sold, but absolutely pushed recruiting more members. I decided at that time, that this was not for me. It still isn't. I'll stick with my field inspections.

Tomorrow is another day :)


A friend of mine took me out to the Akasaka restaurant for lunch today. Great memories here. We have had a couple of Scion Evolution meets in this restaurant. :) A couple of years ago my sister and I would stop by here for lunch at least three times a week. They have changed owners now, except for one of the Sushi chefs, but the place is still awesome.

The first thing you have to do when you go to eat Sushi is to check out the bathroom. It has to be spotless....which it was, as always. :)




....and here is lunch...






It was pretty funny when I asked them if I could take pictures. They must have thought I was a mystery shopper because they waited on us like royalty.

After lunch I went to shop to see if my printer could be fixed. Bad news...it's just not worth it. So I bought a new one for 30 bucks. I should have done that from the get go. I'm such an idiot!! She's all set up and works like a charm. Now, what to do with all that ink.
For all you golf fans out there :)

Long Monday. This new company that I'm dealing with wants a hell of a lot of paperwork. I had to scan and e-mail the application and independent contractor's agreement and then mail out all the hard copies. Hopefully I'll be set up with them in a couple of days.

Tonight I had issues with printing a PDF. It was the weirdest thing. When I opened it at work if came up as a blank page. The same thing happened when I got home. I called my client and they re-sent it as a Word document so that I could print it out. I could see the PDF fine in my Blackberry. Bizarre...wonder what was up with that? The same thing happened one day last week.

I found a company that might be able to fix my printer. I'll be hauling off the Canon to them tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed that it will be worth it to get it fixed.

Kenny's wife Cyndi is now part of our Scion Evolution family. I'll be sending in her application tomorrow. Welcome to the family, Cyndi :)

Two other family members are getting ready to tie the knot. It seems like they have been together forever and it's about time. Congratulations to you both, Chris and Candice. I hope you two have a long happy life together!! :)


Time to get off of here. My week seems to be starting early. My first car chases have come in already, so it's off to bed so that I can get up early and catch some of these people before they start to move around. :)
This made me think of Darev of Attitude and Pepperspray

It looks like I got out of Miller's just in time tonight. Right before I left a couple arrived with two young boys. We have three cars in the showroom. They were jumping in and out of all three of them, blowing the horn, turning the lights on and slamming the doors. The parents did nothing to make them behave and just seemed to ignore their kids and pretend they were not there. It was high time for me to go before I ended up saying something which would have been absolutely normal thing to do if I were still living in Germany.

Damn....it's after 7 PM and still 84 degrees out. Cool down already!!!

Looks like I'm going to end up getting my printer fixed. I just applied for another Field Agent job and will need to print out lots of forms for the work. Tomorrow I will hunt around for a repair shop. Now I wish I wouldn't have bought over a 100 bucks worth of ink for it. I'll see if they can give me an estimate to see if it will even be worth it ....ink or no ink.

Time to enjoy what little is left of my weekend. :)


On the way home tonight around 8 PM. The camera didn't do it justice :(

I just got home from Miller's and got a chance to wash the Evil Twin before I left. Ha, our detail guy, Chris, said that's the first time he's heard someone talking to their car while washing it.

The sunset was so beautiful on the way home, I wish I could have driven for ever. So relaxing. Good thing too because a guy that had taken it upon himself to post a weekly meet without even introducing himself nor asking for permission, really got me pissed off. Pissed off so badly were I deleted the nasty, hateful little remark that he had made about one of our club/family members. Rat Bastard!! I usually don't delete other people's posts, but he really got me riled up.....okay, end of rant.

No car chases tomorrow, so I'll be working at Miller's from noon until 5 PM.

I've got about 10 to 15 more pounds to lose. Meanwhile, I'm hoping that the baggy pants keep being in style. LOL....I'm having a hard time keeping them up. They seem to be getting longer too, but I know it's just my thighs shrinking. Most of my shirts are hanging off of me like drapes now. I guess I'll be buying new clothes in a few more months.

Well, time to check up on what everyone's doing on Facebook, then shower and bed.
Have a great night everyone and be safe. :)

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That's a building that I saw in downtown Warrenton yesterday

mmmmhhhhh....tomato, cucumber and red onion salad wrapped in multi-grain with flax flat bread. I was starving when I got home a few minutes ago. Wonder why I can't make myself eat in the morning? It just turns my stomach thinking of food that early.

Last night I told Wilbur that I would probably be late getting to work tonight. I had six car chases today. I started out really early this morning and luckily everyone that I was looking for must have been sleeping in today. Finished with that. Now to upload all the reports and photos.

My toilet-paper-shredding pussy didn't make a mess while I was gone, but then I hung up toilet paper where it belongs. I sure miss my automatic toilet seat.

I forgot about the link I have on the bottom of this page.
No, I don't get paid for the link, but I like the stuff they have to offer.
Since I'm on here every day, it helps having the link where I will have it near in case they have something that I need.

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Well, one more pot of coffee and back to work. Have a lovely day, everyone!! :)



You see what happens when I leave the house in too much of a hurry and forget to put the toilet paper in the dispenser??

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I made it to my sister's to let out her dog in time this morning. He had no accidents. :) Poor thing must be depressed since all his humans are gone, he didn't touch his food since I put it there yesterday. Oh well, someone will be home this afternoon.

I went to my first car chase in Woodbridge. I was met at the door by the borrower's father, a very nice gentleman. He actually asked me to come in. That's a first. I really felt bad about being the bearer of bad news.

After the car chases I stopped by the courthouse to pick up my permit. It's pretty weird when you've come there so many times that they know you by name.

Picked up another batch of Notary supplies. I wish they would go ahead and send the seal so that I can start doing transactions. I shouldn't complain, they've actually got my name right.

For weeks now, I pass by a house about two blocks away that has a home grown vegetable sign nailed to a tree. I have never seen anyone outside, but today I saw a car with the trunk open, so I figured I'd knock on the door. That's when I met Ray. I came home with fresh tomatoes and cucumbers. Ray told me that he will be making a huge batch of bread and butter pickles in a couple of weeks. I gave him my card so that he can call me when they're ready.

I guess I better go ahead and skin my tomatoes. I haven't had a good tomato, cucumber and red onion salad in a long time. :)
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I was born in Jever, Germany.  My parents immigrated to the United States in 1968.  I became a United States citizen in 2005.
 
Favorite Quote:  Only a free and unrestrained press can effectively expose deception in government.
Justice Hugo Black, 1971.
 
I'm a Supporter of Wikileaks, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, The Freestate Project, LDNaware (Low Dose Naltrexone), Non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) Project, Millions Against Monsanto, the NRA (National Rifle Association), GOA (Gun Owners of America),Truth in Labeling, Unconventional Medicine and The Freedom of Choice.