Friday, December 21, 2007

My Christmas Present

Well, after not having a car for several weeks, I finally made my decision and purchased a vehicle. The bank and I are the proud owners of a 2007 Chevy Cobalt with only 30,000 miles. It's probably not considered a grandma car, but that's alright I don't feel like a grandma when I'm driving it.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Cool web site

I was checking my email tonight and found this cool web site.
Check it out!

And this one:

I have son in-laws to be very proud of!

Sunday, December 9, 2007

Jeannes Wish List

This year for christmas I would like:
1. A fleece Eeyore sweatshirt from JCPenneys that says "Chillin" (XL-XXL)
2. Foot Spa
3. New cute jeans (22W)
4. Cute shirts (L-XL)
5. New socks
6. A Soft Robe
7. Blue Fuzzy Crocks (8 1/2)
8. To be home
That all I can think of for now Love ya

Sunday, December 2, 2007

More Differences Between Guys and Girls

What do you see in a pile of aluminum foil, newspaper or paper grocery bags?
Do you know what a guy sees? He sees wrapping paper!
Even scraps of leftover wrapping paper count as wrapping paper—just tape them all together. With a little extra tape and folding, old homework, trash bags, the plastic that covers cheese slices, corn cobs, bear fur—almost anything can be used to wrap gifts.
Well, unless you’re a girl.
Guys wrap gifts with this thought process:
1. Here is this gift.
2. I need to cover it.
3. This will work.
Girls have a thought process too—with more steps than it takes to build a weather satellite. Highlights include choosing the right patterns or colors of paper, making bows (all gifts MUST have bows—and they MUST coordinate properly with the wrapping paper), cutting and folding with the precision of a robot, adding more decorations and special gift labels—and maybe some rubber stamps, glitter and a jingle bell. Soon an ordinary box will be transformed into a miniature parade float. However, if a girl is in a hurry, she can always use a gift bag with some fluffy paper.
When it comes to Christmas, gift-wrapping is just one area girls confuse guys. Another starts at the mall. Guys Christmas shop. Girls Christmas shop. Simple, right? But girls start shopping at 5 a.m. the day after Thanksgiving, using a list they started in March. Guys start shopping sometime between 1 and 3 p.m. Christmas Eve.