We met Friday night at the Dirty Shame. I had fun - and a few too many beers. We had plans on Saturday but my stomach wasn't feeling so well. Jacki, my daughter, told me I had the "beer sh!ts" - I don't really drink. I wish someone had told me about the "beer sh!ts" before I drank the beer - we had to come home early.
This is my best friend from school Kathy (and her daughter Beth) we were the two muskateers. I still love her so much, what a wonderful friend...
This is my friend Jerry. He came from a HUGE family and they lived in a tiny shack near the Garden Valley airport. I'm so proud of him. He put himself through college and now has a wonderful engineering job in New Mexico.
A lttile dancing at the Dirty Shame...
This gal, she didn't go to school with us. She was so drunk she stood in the middle of the dance floor, head down, bobbing back and forth - for hours. After the beer I had I was beginning to get sick just watching her. Her mother was also there - very drunk - from what I understand, very typical for her. She's the GV bus driver - nice to know.
After finally finding a spot at a table and passing out, daughter was finally taken away. I love watching people like that, and so glad it wasn't me!
Here I have to tell you an Elmer story. Elmer and I have dated off and on since he was 16 and I was 18. At one point of breakup, I lived with my friend from Garden Valley, Christie Ann. That's how she met Elmer. Elmer and I got back together and then broke up again. Soon after, Elmer and Christie Ann got married. I even went to their wedding. They didn't stay married long, less than a year. Well, last night, guess who showed up at the reunion? Yep, Christie Ann. Even though she lives in Boise (and worked for many years for Elmer's cousin) I hadn't seen her since she and Elmer got divorced (about 30 years ago). Elmer hadn't seen her in that long either.
Elmer decided to be the "bigger person" and walked up to his ex-wife to say hello. She looked at him, very puzzled, and said "Should I know you?" Trying not to sputter, Elmer replied "You should, we used to be married."
When he told me that I about died laughing! I called her over and we just all cracked up. Really? How could you forget living with Elmer????
So, after breakfast, Elmer and I were driving around and came across a small park - yes, there's a small park in GV now, where 3 miniature horses were just walking around. No fence, just wandered in I guess. I got out of the truck to take pictures and was down on one knee because they were so tiny. How friggin' cute is this????
As soon as I knelt down, the cute, tiny baby started walking up to me...
He got closer...
and closer! He walked right up to me and I started scratching his neck and talking to him real sweet. He nuzzled up to me
and bit me.
So how was your weekend?!