Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Tuesday's High/Low

High: Got paid today.
Low: Paid bills today.

High: I get my hair and nails done on Friday.
Low: This is my off month...so no high lights.

High: This weekend is the 4th of July!!
Low: We're having a garage sale the morning of the 4th.

High: Vacation starts this weekend.
Low: I hate the pile of work that's always waiting when I return.


Monday, June 29, 2009

Time OUT!

First I need to take the time to sat thank you to the lovely and talented Shauna!! I needed a little help with my blog and she was there immediately with her generous help! I know it isn't much of a change, but I couldn't have done it without her. So thanks again Shauna!

Second, in my line of work I am consistently trying to prove my case. Well tonight at home was no different.

I like to eat some junk foods cold. And by junk food I mean pizza and cheese dip.

Seriously. When I grow up and become rich and famous I am always going to order a new pizza a week so I can have cold pizza in the fridge at all times. I love it that much.

The same can be said for rotel velveeta cheese dip. It's so good when it is cold. I love to take a chip and dip it in the cold dip. i don't know why I like it, but I do. (And just for your personal fyi, yes I eat it hot...when it is initially made.)

And the two together are just outta this world!

So tonight, I ate the last piece of cold pizza, fix some cold cheese dip and grabbed a sandwich. Really healthy, I know. I went to get my computer so I could blog to all you lovely people. And I dropped my plate. Now thankfully nothing fell off the plate save my cheese dip bowl. It toppled over on its side and I freaked instantly.

But then I remembered that my cheese dip was frozen and I picked it up like nothing had happened.

Now if I had heated up that cheese dip I would have had a major mess on my hands. But because of my preferences, I saved the day.

Take that cold cheese dip haters.

Happy Monday!

Your blog could be amazing!

Why am I up this late?

Yes, I know I have to be at work in the morning.
Yes, I know it is super early to get up.
Yes, I know I will be cranky tomorrow.

It was to help my sister with her blog.
She better be grateful.

P.S. I am having email withdrawals. I have spoken with several people this week. And then on Saturday...nothing. I realize that people have lives. I have a very important one myself. Ha! Ha! But when you have NOTHING to do on a Saturday for the first time in I don't know when...you realize just how much you enjoy those emails.

P.P.S. I am sad about MJ. I know he was a shady person, but he definitely made a huge mark on the pop world and pretty much wrote the book...hence the name King of Pop.

Now that I've rambled it's really time to hit the sack.

Have a good week girls!

Saturday, June 27, 2009

A Saturday night post is lame, I realize, but...

I am doing it anyway.

A few happenings in my life:
  • Last night Brandon and I had a date for the first time in FOREVER. It was nice. We had Mexican food and saw a good friend of ours perform in a local show.
  • Talked with the Biff today. I've made good friends since leaving college, but there are a group of people that I need to talk to most when I'm contemplating life's decisions. The only person that I hadn't talked to was her. And I told her all about law school rejection and how I am still hurting. I've said it numerous ways, but the best way I know to explain it is this. When I was little, playing house or wife weren't my favorite games. My favorites included dressing up my Barbies to go to their jobs and be someone important. Another friend of mine said she knew that she wanted to be a mom and do it while having her nails look nice and wearing high heels. And those are the things she played with when she was a little girl. She is happy because she is doing that. I am not doing what I want most. And I still don't feel like a "big girl" in many aspects because of it. So this summer has been a little rough. there are several things that still wonderful and remind me that I have lots to be happy/thankful for on a regular basis. And Em's friendship is one of them. We finally got caught up to each other and I feel a lot better after talking to her. I told her that the biggest thing that hurts is that my life is not going according to plan. I also told her that I knew if you wanted God to laugh, tell him your plans. So I said I'm not really sure what to call my potential options anymore. She said to call it an outline because it is subject to change. And I hadn't looked at things that way before. I am so glad that I got a chance to talk with her.
  • As I sit here writing, my brother is sitting next to me with the worst summer's ear EVER. He is in a lot of pain. My mom stayed up all night with him. It's awful and I feel bad for him.
  • It is getting harder by the day to resist the temptation that is known as the iPhone. Halloween never looked so good to me. Halloween=upgrade day. But seeing as I am all about saving money these days I'll probably wind up passing on the deal. We'll see...:)
Happy Saturday y'all.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Rest in Peace

Michael Jackson, King of Pop: August 29, 1958-June 25, 2009

Farah Fawcett, an Angel : February 2, 1947- June 25, 2009

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Wednesday is "Table Flipping" Day.

According to our good ol' pal, Urban Dictionary...

TABLE FLIPPING can be defined as {an}: Event characterized by a melodramatic gesture at the explosive end of extreme frustration, anger or resignation in which a hothead literally flips a table. Used to indicate that the flipper is ill-equipped to continue rationally, has lost his/her cool, and will no linger sit at, or come to, said table.

If you don't know why I have chosen this word to be part of our lesson for the week, then I am very...very...VERY SORRY for you! And the only way that you can rectify the situation is to go here.

This will require you to do a little homework outside of our little "class."

And if THAT doesn't work, then look up the words, "bubbies" and "schieve".

Then we'll talk...and I guarantee you'll love me...and so will your husband.

Because as we all know, "Happy wife, Happy life!"

Happy Wednesday.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Tuesday's High/Low

When I was in college, a very good friend of mine always had us play the "High/Low" game. Her name is Emily and yes, of course she has a blog. We both knew each other from our sorority, but we became the best of friends when we were in a cov. group together. (Good thing that year we had a good chaplain...and yes it was me! Haha.)

At any rate, here a few high/lows for me today.

High: Last Saturday was our "dating" anniversary. Brandon and I have been together for 4 years now. He makes me very happy.
Low: I am allergic to ant bites...and I got bit last night. My arm looks like it has this random mass on it, the size of a coffee cup in diameter and the size of a regular ant hill ironically.

High: I go on vacation in 7 work days!
Low: My summer workout plans have flopped.

High: My new favorite words a la RHONJ are :"bubbies" and "schieve". If you can't translate these words, you're seriously missing out.
Low: I have been praying for God's will to start revealing itself to me. I've got nothing so far. I realize that I may not have given it the fairest shake for it happen yet, but I need something big and soon.

High: I got an email from Katherine at the exact moment I needed it. Thank you Katherine and thank you Jesus.
Low: I am in serious need of a pedicure.

High: We are getting ready to move into family housing.
Low: We are getting ready to move into family housing...I HATE MOVING. If I could afford a moving company, I would pay for it in a heart beat. No I am not kidding. I still may look into it. I hate it that much.

What are some of your High/Lows for the week?

Happy Tuesday.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Team Kate

Yes I am going there.

I realize that there are hundreds of other topics that I should could be talking about right now besides the infamous multiple family from TLC. You know like Iran and the economy and the latest poll on Obama.

However, I am in the mood for something less life impacting. So I choose Kate.

For a week, all we have heard is that there is a huge announcement coming on tonight's show. And true to form, the news breaks about 3 hours prior to whatever major event is to occur. This seems to be common for any type of major news. The president speaks...and we know what he is going to say before he says it.

So here is the news: Jon and Kate are getting a divorce.

My next statements are why I choose Kate.

1. Unlike Jon she has a plan for how she is going to take care of the kids.
2. She seems to be the responsible adult in the situation.
3. While she is still exposing her kids to the media in a somewhat controlled setting, she seems to have her kids as her number one priority. I know Jon said his priority were his kids, but Kate said her priority has been her family. To me that says that her priority is to take care of her family no matter what it may look like.
4. In all reality she has been quite moderate in her spending practices. And before you say, "Seriously!", hear me out. I don't know one person that wouldn't have taken the money like they have. But in their defense, they have spent it responsibly...or Kate has. Does she need the designer clothes? Probably not, but you also don't see her spending it on something ridiculous like the earrings Jon feels he needs to "find himself." Her kids are well clothed, behaved and fed which is far more than I can say for most kids I see.
5. We all know from the show how ridiculously organized and fair she is. I think it has caused some viewers to think of her as a Bia Bia, but with that many kids how can she not be? And at the end of the day, those kids know the house rules and who gets to go on the single outings and when.
6. I want her to prove to the world that she can be a single momma and still look smokin'.

In short, Kate will do her very best to keep things as normal as possible for the kids and be accommodating to Jon at the same time...no matter if she should be or not.

And for a moment allow me to be superficial and say that I'm on Team Kate for the fact that her sense of style is better than Jon's too.

So I am on Team Kate.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Happy Father's Day...

Happy Father's Day, Dad.
I know you don't read my blog, but I am telling you anyway.
I hope that you had a great day.
We love you.

Thursday, June 18, 2009


As you know I was not accepted to attend law school this fall. I think I am currently in the "mad as hell" phase. I went to bed mad about it and woke up in a bad mood this morning as well.

I said, "God I am mad, and even though I know there are good reasons why I am not going this year, I don't know them at this point. So for just today I am going to be mad. Things aren't going my way and I've had about enough of it."

Of course this statement promptly provoked God to remind me just who the boss was...and is.

Because as hard as I tried to be mad, God took care of the situation so that I wouldn't have anything to be mad about...

I was 10 minutes late on my commute...I made it on time. There wasn't one traffic delay. AND I WAS GOING THE SPEED LIMIT.

I work in public service and sometimes people aren't nice. In fact I have about 90% chance a day that they are going to have an attitude and be rude. I wasn't in the mood for that crap today. NOT ONE PERSON WAS HATEFUL.

Seriously, I tried in other areas today to have a reason to just be mad...and God just wouldn't let me do it. In fact, I was in a fantastic mood for the majority of the day.

As much as it chapped me that he took care of every last situation, it made me smile all the same and even laugh.

Oh well, maybe I can be mad some other day...but if I tell God about it, then I doubt it.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Wednesday is "Armpit Hair" Day

According the always amusing, Urban Dictionary, armpit hair can be defined as: something big German ladies have.

Well call me a big German lady cause girls I have it.

I know this isn't something that you readily admit to the internet, but I do. I promise though, it isn't my fault. Allow me if you will.

Last Thanksgiving, we went to Las Vegas to see my grandparents. Yes my grandparents live in Las Vegas. My grandpa was stationed at Nellis Air Force Base before he retired. Yay Military Personnel!

Moving on...

We went down to the New Las Vegas Strip on Thanksgiving night. I may or may not have had my first cigar or two or ten. It was a good time had by all. We all had some great drinks that night and I had a little more than I should. And at some point all of that liquid has to go somewhere. So we made a trip to the bathroom.

Long story short, when I came out of the bathroom, I shot the Mary Katherine Gallagher "Superstar" pose.

Yeah it wasn't one of my finer moments because I couldn't hold the pose.

I fell over on my hip.

And it hurt.

Now I told you that story to tell you this one.

Yesterday I wore a black cotton dress to work. It is sleeveless and I knew I would have to shave the ole pitts. Well I forgot to do it in the shower, so I would up having to do the ever dreaded dry shave right before I ran out the door. When this happens, I usually have some slight irritation from dry shaving, but it didn't even irritate me when I shaved. I should have known that something was up. After all if you read my post from yesterday you would know that it was going to be one of those mornings. (BTW it turned into a day when I left my homework at the office yesterday. Yeah...it was THAT good.)

Well girls this afternoon I figured out why I didn't itch. It's because the razor didn't work!!
I swear to you if anyone has seen them, they probably do think I am some crazy European.

I mean going with a little stubble on your legs is one thing. I am sure we've all done that at some point.

BUT ARMPIT HAIR!! If there is a hole that will swallow me up from embarrassment, it won't open up soon enough.

And I am so sure that this has everything to do with my SuperSTAR incident from Vegas at Thanksgiving. They say that what goes around comes around, well sometimes it comes later than you expect and usually when you don't want it to either.

Apparently it has to happen when your pits are exposed because you're wearing your summer clothes.

That dang Mary Katherine Gallagher.

Happy Wednesday!

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

a road story # 79

I feel as if I talk a lot about the road. I can't help it. Really I do try to avoid this subject, but it just comes up. For my job, I commute for 90 minutes total every day--not including traffic delays. This is a huge chunk of my day. I realize that I don't spend an enormous amount like Grits does, but if you're on the road for a somewhat lengthy period of time you are kindred spirits with those who do the same as you. For example, you know what time you'll hit certain parts of town if you are on your road game or if you're not.

This morning, I was not. But I didn't start out that way.

I left the house at 7:10. By the time I made it to the corner of the addition entrance, it was 7:12.

And by 7:17, I sat pulled over by an OHP.

Now before all of this you should know that yesterday we received a copy of our friend's debut cd. We were really excited and I had been listening to the local radio station every morning to try and listen for him prior to the receipt of the cd. When I hit the edge of the neighborhood, I realized that I had left the very thing I had been looking forward to all morning: TJ's cd. I have been in a country mood and this was just what I needed. (Yes I realize that I am mainly a rock kinda girl, but all good Southern gals need to be well rounded right?)

I flipped a "B" and went back to the house for the cd. I ran into the house, grabbed it and ran out the door.

I don't know if I have mentioned this before or not, but in my short little life, I have only driven sports cars.

Chevy muscle cars to be exact.

And as Maverick says in Top Gun, "I have a need. A need for SPEED."

I like to go fast. If you drove a Chevy Camaro & a Monte Carlo SS like I do, you'd want to go fast too.

And when you drive cars like that on occasion you need to drive them the way they were meant to be driven. I was running late and I had the perfect excuse...until I came over the top of the hill and saw the HI-PO across the intersection from me. I pulled up to the stop sign, wishfully thinking that he wouldn't pull me over.

There was no one coming from either direction, so he could have gone before I did. Of course that would have meant that he wasn't going to pull me over either. And since we already know how this story ends, I won't bore you with the details that he sat there to wait for me to pull out.

He pulled me over. I got a warning.

And I was late to work. I don't even know how to describe to you how much it urks me that it happened. But you can't win them all. I am sure that I was in that very place at that very time for some very specific reason.

I just wish I knew what it was other than getting pulled over.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere's Johnny!

Okay, so I know that blog title is WAY random, but I'll have you know that I can be pretty random myself.

Example #1: This morning on the way to work I had the Dog the Bounty Hunter theme song and Everything's Coming Up Roses song stuck in my head. I would sing the chorus of the Dog's song and then a verse of Everything's Coming Up Roses. I wish I were kidding people.

Example #2: Brittany over at Living in the Moment and other bloggers talk about their "google reader" all the time. I had been beating myself up over this one. I could not find it to save my life. Well guess who found it today after googling, emailing Brittany and still had no luck? Me. And as my mother would say, "If it was a snake it woulda bit me." I felt like a dummy, but was stoked that I found it!


Example #3: We forgot to pay the cable bill so I am writing this post from my hubby's school.

Sorry for the lack of posting recently. As you can tell, I've been out of it.


Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Wednesday is "All-Star" Day

All Star-
1.) Any person in a professional sports league that gets selected to that sports All-Star team.

Okay, so my brother isn't exactly in a professional sports league, but the league he plays in is called the Major League. They go by the Babe Ruth rules and so I figure it's about as professional as it can get for a 12 year old.

Last year, one of my very first educational Wednesday's was about Babe Ruth. It was written to encourage my brother who at the time was going through a major slump. According to the coach, he couldn't hit the ball, wasn't the best player and so my brother wound up riding the bench for the majority of the season. This coach's POOR attitude towards my brother was just one of many of the reasons why my parents decided that my little brother would play in the hometown league this year. My parents had been through this with me before and it was one of the reasons I was burnt out on softball...bad coach included. Now I can't get that time back, but they have the benefit of learning from their lesson.

Tryouts came and he was placed on the Cardinals team. He went back to his spot as the third baseman and started in the number 6 hole in the batting line-up. His coaches are two of the dad's that used to help with my brother's teams before being burned by the same guy.

Well, girls, I am here to tell you that my little brother @SlickWillyD is a stud.

His team is currently undefeated in the league.
He bats in the number 4 hole...aka the "Babe" hole.
He has the best batting average on the team.
And oh yeah, he's so good, he made the league's ALL-STAR team this year!

So little brother if you're reading this, just know that I am VERY proud of you!!

Friday, June 5, 2009

Everything and I mean EVERYTHING you needed to know in life you will learn in kindergarten.

When I was in elementary school, I loved to play the game "Hit the Deck". You know what game I am talking about right? You lined up on the basketball court boundary lines and ran back and forth. The last to complete an action whether it was to hit the deck-lie flat on your stomach as fast as you can-, attention on deck-where the player salutes the captain- or SHARK!-run to the designated base for the game was, it was good fun. It was in my top three P.E. games...the other two naturally being Dodgeball and Wiffleball. It was in those sports that I was 1) good and 2) the P.E. coach didn't screw the girls over when it came to dividing up teams. But that's another story for another day.

People say that everything a person needs to know for life, they learn in kindergarten. I have found this to be true in my life and the game "Hit the Deck" came up in one of the most awkward situations possible.

When my husband and I were married, we didn't go on our big honeymoon the day after our wedding like most couples do because we were married so close to Christmas. We wanted to be able to spend the holidays with our families. But my new husband was not to disappoint as he had made plans to take me to St. Louis for a two day getaway to see Wicked. A couple of weeks later, we left for our honeymoon cruise. It was the first time that both of us would be leaving the country. We waited in line for what seemed like an eternity and we finally got on the ship. We wandered around, took the horrid photo for identification purposes and began to explore the ship. But before that we decided to drop our bags off first...

When we made it to the room, we had discovered that my uncle's wedding present to us was already waiting...a bottle of champagne and the most beautiful bouquet of flowers! Those flowers did not wilt all week btw! The itenerary for the day was already laid on our bed. At that point we had about an hour until we had to go for the mandatory boat drill. And can I just say that the entire scene in Titanic where they talk about not enough life boats flashed in my head when I read this. They also had a disclaimer about having enough boats on board for all to be able to leave the ship safely...I think it was there for weirdos like me...or maybe it was that whole international waters standards? We began to unpack our suitcases at that point. Bon Voyage was after the boat drill and so we decided we'd get our drinks then.

15 minutes later...we decided to do something else.

We had unpacked our suitcases and still had about 45 minutes until the boat drill. It was at this point that my husband saw the "Do Not Disturb" sign. We decided...why not?

10 minutes later...it became apparent that my husband had NOT put up the "Do Not Disturb" sign because our room steward was KNOCKING ON OUR DOOR!!

APPARENTLY, it is custom for the stewards to introduce themselves to their tenants for the week. That's fine, but it wasn't the best time for the meeting.

We immediately started yelling to NOT open the door!!

APPARENTLY, our steward heard otherwise BECAUSE HE OPENED THE DOOR!!!

I "hit the deck" and Brandon did the "Shark" because he lunged for the base...I mean covers.

Our steward got the hint and we won the game of "Hit the Deck."

And who says education isn't important?!?!

I mean think about it. As a result of our lesson, we'll definitely be putting that sign up this weekend.

Happy Friday.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

the agony of defeat...

I didn't get into law school at Tulsa.

Everyone has been very nice, but I'll be honest I hate to lose.


I realize this isn't a game, but being an attorney is what I want to do with my life.

I am not a loser because I refuse to give up...but for now this really sucks.

Thank goodness I get my hair done tomorrow. It came at just the right time. I need a SERIOUS pick-me-up.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Wednesday is "Introductions" Day

I think it is time to get a little reacquainted....

  • to acquaint (two or more persons) with each other personally: Will you introduce us?
  • to present (a person, product, etc.) to a particular group of individuals or to the general public for or as if for the first time by a formal act, announcement, series of recommendations or events, etc.: to introduce a debutante to society.
I am not sure that I have ever formally introduced myself on here, but I am the Ruby Turtle Hippie. Most people know me as Samantha. I have been blogging for a little over a year now and enjoy the blogging world. Like most people it is another community for me to share my life. In some form, I think that the blogging world is a friendship. Every day we all come to read our favorite blogs and to catch up on each other's lives. For example, if you're a regular reader you know that today is "Educational Wednesday" here at the RTH Times. Today the lesson is one on little ol' me.

As I stated before my name is Samantha. I am not totally anonymous, because you know my first name. However that's all you get. I have been married almost a year and a half to a wonderful guy named Brandon. I typically refer to him as the Bear or the hubby. We have no kids and don't want them any time soon. We both come from big families so I figure when we start it will be the point of no return until they're out the door.We are enjoying being newlyweds and would like to travel the world before we start our own family. I just graduated from THE University of Oklahoma also a year and half ago with a B.A. in BS. I am currently waiting to hear on my final application for law school entrance this fall. I want to be in public service and have an extreme passion for how our government works and like to think of myself as very patriotic. If you are not registered to vote, call me and I'll give you my version of the "Aunt Sam" speech. We live in Oklahoma and moved back
to my hometown after I graduated because my husband transferred schools and I was offered a job in another local town. Most of my friends from high school/college were completely shocked by this move. Some days I still can't believe I came back.

As it says in the "About Me" section, I love Jesus, football, politics and rock-n-roll. That being said, I am a Southern Baptist by denomination, a Sooner born and Sooner bred and when I die I'll be Sooner dead, Democrat by party and oldies but goodies kind of girl. As you can imagine, I have lots and lots of opinions. My family likes to say that if I am not arguing about something then I don't feel well. And it's pretty much true. My favorite's always have something to do with film, literature or music. My all-time favorite movie is "The Wizard of Oz", book is "Little Women" and there is never a day when the Beach Boys don't sound good on the radio to me. But that is only the beginning to who I am.

My favorites also include, but are not limited to: the Kennedy family, being from the South, getting my nails and hair done, Bon Jovi, peonies, lillies, poppies, mums, PLBD, sunshine, tanning, a good dress, flat irons, daydreaming about the future, Journey, the 4th of July, Vera Bradley, UN-sweet tea, Texadelphia, iPod, Legally Blonde, a good Mai-Tai, CHRISTMAS, Camaros, Corvettes, Monte Carlos, Real Housewives of New Jersey/New York, Grey's Anatomy, Brothers and Sisters, Private Practice, Gossip Girl, Gilmore Girls, Full House, The View, AC/DC, sunglasses, diamonds, pearls, the Bobb section, Sara Bareilles, Miley Cyrus, Jessica Simpson, the Yankees, softball world series, classic cars, history, Lilly Pulitzer, Italy, Grillz, and so much more.

I hope you enjoyed this little intro and Happy Wednesday!!

Oh yeah, don't forget to check out Brit's giveaway this week!! She's giving away some great prizes this week.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Tales and tidbits o' the weekend...

I didn't do anything huge this weekend, but it was a good weekend nonetheless.

As I mentioned on Friday, my husband and younger sister were out of town and when I got home, I found out that my brother and dad were going to the races. My dad must have thought that when we were younger and we told him we didn't like the races didn't apply now. You know that whole, "I didn't like broccoli but now I do" type deal...yeah not so much in this case.

After they left it was my mom, littlest sister and I left for dinner. We went to Chili's and as usual, the food was okay and the service was horrible. The girl sat at her buddy's table 4 times and another waitress brought our food to us. I think she may have been under the slight impression that crappy service was acceptable. She brought out our tickets and she had this rad pen...and that's all I'm going to say about that.

Saturday morning, my dad and mom both had work, so it was the twins and I on our own for Will's game...that turned out to be a double header. They won both. Will pitched in the first game. He had a double in the second. He stole bases in both games which make me very nervous every time. After the game, we made a run for the border to Taco Bell and rocked out to Bon Jovi, Journey and AC/DC. We came home and watched Twilight. I took a nap after Edward kissed Bella for the first time. And we went out for El Zarape later that night. Brandon came home and I was glad to have him in the bed with me instead of my little sister Loren. She has sleeping habits of her own that some day some boy will have to deal with...bless his poor heart.

We woke up on Sunday and went to Sunday School and church. It was a great service and good time in Sunday school. We had lunch with my uncle and cousin and then went to see my grannie for a bit. Her alzheimers has now progressed to the point that she no longer knows who my dad or aunt are. She has lost the final key to who she is. We are all dealing with it in our own ways, but my dad seems to be taking it quite hard. If you could pray for him, that would be great. On Sunday night we voted 100% to bring a new music minister to our church as our previous one retired in January after almost 20 years of service to our church. It was the first time for me to see someone voted in by that margin and it was really cool.

We came home and watched the MTV awards. I know it is a tweeny bopper thing, but Rob Pattinson was on and they also had trailers for Harry Potter 6 and New Moon. I was not about to miss out. I am so pumped for the werewolve scenes in New Moon and as usual Harry Potter looks amazing. It is going to a level of darkness that has not been seen before now. But it has to get worse before it can get better.

I hope you had a great weekend and a good start to the week as well.

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Hi y'all! The name's Samantha. You can call me Sam if you like. I am a lover to a boy I met at Falls Creek in the summer of 2005, that is a student of Jesus, a Sooner born and Sooner bred and when I die I'll be Sooner dead, Democrat by party, blonde to the core, and oldies but goodies kind of girl.
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