Lastly, I'll be taking Buddy to the park downtown this week, as he will be getting his last puppy shot on Tuesday. I thought his last shot was two weeks ago, but I was wrong. Speaking of the park, they will be having Oktoberfest there in two weeks, no joke. Oktoberfest in September. If E and I were stationed in KY, I'd SO talk him into taking me to Oktoberfest in Cincinnati. I'd trick him into taking me with promises of beer and bratwurst. I'm 99% sure that it would work.
30 August 2009
I guess Buddy Bob does love me. I went out this afternoon to mail our Netflix dvd off, pick up a book from the library, and get a short list of items from the commissary. I came home and E said that Buddy had been waiting at the door howling and crying for me the whole time I was gone! It's nice to know that as rotten as he is, that he does love me!
Also, when E was deployed I asked him what Iraq was like, as in what does it look like. He told me to look at a piece of sandpaper and have my mom blow a hairdryer in my face while I sniff trash. Sounds lovely, but it still didn't give me an idea of what it looked like from his perspective. One of his soldiers posted and tagged him in a few pictures from deployment today and although I now finally know what it looked like, I wish that I didn't. It brought back too many memories of him being gone and made me feel sick to my stomach. We're supposed to find out where we'll PCS to in a few weeks, and I'm praying that we don't get sent to a unit that will deploy too soon. It literally makes me sick to think of it. I guess I just need to stop worrying about things that haven't happened yet, especially since it's turning my hair gray.