Saturday, November 13, 2010

True Love Waits

"I'm not living, I'm just killing time." until you get back.
Sitting here listening to True Love Waits how could I not think of us.
Even though I miss your burly chest (pictured below)
And I miss your singing me to sleep with Justin Beiber
And caressing my kostopolis
And updating you on every minute of my life all day and you me
Even though I miss our search for the best cheeseburger, I'm looking forward to you coming back wanting sushi all the time and me wanting quesadillas and gross burritos.
I can't wait for you to get home so we can spend some time together before we have to be separated again. I might come back after 18 months as a Mexican but...True Love Waits right?
Even if I come home 60 pounds heavier and you come back with Yellow Fever.


I promise I won't come home with a fake accent.

I love you.
Wo Ai Ni
Sadie.And.Husband

Friday, October 22, 2010

Missin Sadie To The Maxx

My Dearest Sadie,

As I sit here in China, listening to the sounds of the little asian kids screaming outside, something hit me, I miss you. I miss everything about you.
I miss your kostopolis on your knee.
I miss your laugh when I tell a non-comical joke.
I miss you serenading me with your guitar.
I miss your Sadie voice.
I miss admiring you and what Brother and Sister Kime created.
I miss soaking in good music.
I miss the deep chats we have when we ponder life and the future.
I miss your scarred inner elbow from doing meth.
I miss drinking Coke while watching Gossip Girl.
I miss making fun of Taza and Husband with you.
I miss talking about funny times you had with Hillbillabingbong.
I miss hitting up a good dance party and getting low witchu.
I miss our Halloween experiences.
I miss texting you every hour of the day and never getting bored.
I miss you.
I am so proud of you and I really strive to be like you.
I will miss you for those 18 months where you leave me to serve your second love of your life besides me, the Lord.
I wish I could post pictures up on this thing, but this proxy won't let me. But just know, I love you. Always will.

Be safe on that treck to school. I know Beck street can be a little crazy. Wo Ai Ni

Husband

Friday, August 13, 2010

no i'm not a jonas, brother i'm a grown up

This is me and Husband on our last motorcycle ride before he leaves for China...



And then us just hanging out in denim.
by the time you get home from China it will have been 6 months since we've seen each other. i think i better just let you know that all signs of a jaw line have disappeared since i moved to west yellowstone.
today you enjoyed your last day of work and next week will be mine.
no more jim-who was once 50 cents bodyguard
special ops in the military
been to all but 29 countries in the whole entire world
a pastor but lost his faith
a youth pastor
had two football scholarships to major universities
had five academic scholarships
and "didn't exist" for 6 years
and all this in just 29 years
somehow he's the maintenance man at this hotel.......no more lorene-she once served hard time for pulling a gun on her husband
'nuff said. love her.
who will you miss the most from your three jobs babe?
we are both moving new places
but lets be honest i'm sure you will come back with better stories from China than me from Salt Lake City.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Dear Sadie

You know those people who are in your life that you can't imagine them not there? Husband doesn't have too many of those but I guess you don't need too many. Sadie is just the thing. Even when she is working like an illegal immigrant tryna keep her eight kids fed and under the Border Patrol radar. Husband misses Sadie. He better be seeing her before he ships out in a few weeks. He's working on it.

Anyways, what have I been up to? I'll try to give you the low down. At the age of 16, my sister hooked me up with a job at Einstein Bros Bagels where I received the hourly wage of 6.25 (which was YUGE) I was thankful. Little did I know, that I would be working there up until I finished my freshman year of college. Oh wait, I went back for the summer because it's an easy job and I know it like the back of my hand. (There is a lot more to steins than shmearing bagels, ok?) Well anyways, I am a big deal up here at the one on the Blvd. I still know the regulars that have been coming in every day for six plus years. We chat, they ask about my family, I ask about their latest trips, etc. I was surprised by how many people recognized me and remembered that I had worked at that location over two years ago. Laurie and Wendell, the retired couple, still come in every single morning around 9 with their dear friend Ron. They still get the exact same order as when I left. All 3 of them. Lorie still comes in around 3 in the afternoon and gets her refill and asks me about my latest adventures. Peter comes in just about every day and demands a fresh pot of Vanilla Hazelnut coffee.

What I am trying to say is that no matter where you are, or where you go, life still goes on. Both in positive and negative aspects. I have learned a lot from Einsteins. Urban Blues is still pretty great. I love most of the people I work with are pretty rad. Humorous, without a doubt. Sometimes dramatic. But hey, it's retail. I work between 40 to 60 hours a week. Stacking cheese to save up for our honeymoon when we travel to Ireland and Spain and then down to Africa to adopt our own black child. (Even though Sadie is black.) Husband leaves for China in less than three weeks. No breakdowns have happened yet, but probably because he has such great friends to vent to. Thank you Sadie, for everything.
watch this. love you long time.

Peace.and.Blessings

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Dear Husband-


It's been a while since I last saw you babe but I haven't forgotten you. Montana is the most bizarre place I've ever been. (Other than Winnimucka Nevada on the way home from Tahoe=Twilight Zone) Let me walk you through my day. I woke up this morning on my friends couch and had a hankering for McDonald's before I had to go clean some Asian hair out of a tub drain. When I got there a twelve year old still missing a front tooth-not positive if he was missing a tooth because he's a local or because he's still teething- was taking orders along side all the thirty somethings and sixteen year old mothers. "Wow," I thought,"that's kind of weird..." But not too crazy in West Yellowstone. So I went to work and cleaned some cabins. Today wasn't too bad only two people wanted discounts because they didn't have H.D. tv's. I was riding my bicycle home from work when I spotted an old man in a motorized wheel chair in the middle of a field just watching a tractor. So i giggled to myself. I decided to take a dip and work on my tan between work this afternoon so my Japanese roommate and I took off for Three Bear pool and snuck in. She left for a lunch date and I went to get some groceries. I walked out of the grocery store and was cut off by another motorized wheel chair man with no legs holding salad prongs under his knees laughing..."God Bless West Yellowstone," I said to myself. Not half a block down the street i spotted a couple Hispanic boys on their low rider bikes, one with a blunt in his mouth, checking out some ladies walking down the street. That made me even laugh out loud. And that only brings me around to lunch time. Its not even unusual. I mean, apparently as we speak a major gang bang is going on in town with cops from Idaho getting involved. Good thing I drove a car to work today instead of my bike....I'm sure none of this compares to the things you are about to see in China. Not even close.
Write soon.
Love, Sadie.
Peace.and.Blessings.
Sadie.and.Husband

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Notorious to my Bee Eye Gee

"The silence isn't so bad 'til I look at my hands and feel sad. Because the spaces between my fingers are right where yours fit perfectly."

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Make Me Sound Mo' White, Mo' Educated

Another weekend in Logan ...



... and it was a success. Basically all we did was eat, party, watch some Celebrity Rehab, party, and play Indian games.

While on the hunt for The World's Best Burger, we stopped by at Andy's to see if their burgers would suffice...


This one didn't quite cut it, but it made our stomach's happy.

Husband eat's kind of slow but his metabolism loves him for that.


From the words of Stevie Wonder, "Isn't She Lovely?"
It's ok to show your underwear if it's sequins.

We have another guest this week and her name is Kara aka Cinderella. She decided to come partake of the lovely world of Logan, Utah. Sadie and her motherly instincts just had to attempt to feed her (she's getting ready for our baby and is a little excited) but Cinders is capable of eating by herself.


We really are in love and had a blast at Mardi Gras although we need a few days to recover. Some of the dance moves we pulled were pretty dangerous, but we didn't rip any designer jeans this time.

LULZ

Until next time,
Peace.and.Blessings
Sadie.and.Husband

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Waz Hood.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3K1YznzxQmw

Hahahaha
This is funny.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Birthday Diaries




It's 2010.
It's January.
It's almost the 25th.
Husband is weirded out.


"What do you want for you birthday?"


I have been faced with this question for about a month now and I am truly stuck.


I really
don't
have
a want
for
anything.

I want
to be
surrounded
by friends
who are
actually
friends.







Maybe it's just difficult for me as I watch the news and see thousands of people's lives permanently change for centuries to come as I sit in my warm cozy bed watching The Da Vinci Code. I came to the conclusion that I am so very blessed even though I don't always admit it.

Maybe it's difficult for me to receive unnecessary gifts when I know I don't deserve them as I sit and watch thousands, if not millions, go on with their lives when they have nothing

Well I guess what I mean to say is that I am thankful. Thankful for many things.

I am thankful for:

Family

Friends

School

Technology

Love

Sadie

Music

Prayer

A Comfortable Life

Coca-Cola

My Car

Clothes


Well enough of the sulking and gushy stuff.


I am turning twenty and it's freaking me out.

I am not mature enough to be 20.


I just want to go back to Morningside Elementary and play four square until I drop.

It's my birthday and I'm gonna party like I am 20.

Peace.and.Blessings
Sadie.and.Husband



Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Post. Script.

P.S. Any ideas for Husbands birthday present? I'm thinking something along the lines of really really cool? But right now I'm working on us adopting a little boy from Haiti together. What are your thoughts?

Peace. and. Blessings.
Sadie. and. Husband.