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The lost vehicle

Posted Tuesday, July 8, 2008, at 10:13 PM

I went to Wal-Mart yesterday and lost my vehicle. True story, and one that I hope not to experience again any time soon.

I sailed into the parking lot just like I do on almost every given day it seems. You'd think that by now I would have earned a designated spot with my name on it, but since I apparently haven't achieved that rank just yet, I found the nearest-to-the-door convenient parking spot and hustled into the store, with a thousand things on my mind and no shopping list.

Hmmmmm…I need some low carb stuff. Weight Watchers didn't work last week and low-fat just isn't getting the job done and as much as I am craving something with a little crunch to it, I better opt for low carb this week, so I'm thinking all the way into the store and as I enter, the sorts of no or low-carb items that would cause me to drop 23 pounds in the next six days. And God forbid that I should fit in any form of exercise in the daily routine. At this point, my body would go into shock if I actually forced one foot to move in front of the other on an oval track for any significant period of time.

And so….it's lettuce and more lettuce, tomatoes (though in limited amounts), eggs, Cool Whip Free, Jell-O (there's always room)…some more leafy greenish veggies and a box (that's right, great stuff) of wine (that would be my "fruit group" for the week).

When you're so busy making mental notes, who has time to look up at those numbers overhead at the front of each row of parking to perhaps have a point of reference upon exiting the store? Not Minnie. That would make way too much sense.

And so, exiting the store among the throngs of preschool children who were successful in screaming loud and long enough to gain some bluish candy at the counter, which by the time they exit the doors is oozing out of their bluish lips, I trek to the parking lot with bags in tow. I've wisely decided that I can handle the weight of five bags of groceries without the aid of a cart…carts are for sissies.

I proceed to the right, toward the end of the parking lot where I usually find a spot, and I realize that my vehicle is nowhere in sight. Seems like I might have not parked in my usual row, but where……..hmmmmmm again…..and again……I try to avoid standing perfectly still, looking in both directions. That would be a dead giveaway. I've seen people do this as I'm in my vehicle (which is where I wished I was about then), and it's a dead giveaway..they don't have a clue where their vehicle is.

I casually look over a row or two of cars, like I'm looking for a friend or to gauge the wind. No sign of my Jeep. I begin to walk, but just choose a direction at random, since by now the throngs behind me, including the bluish monster children, are beginning to think I'm stalking them.

Months ago I changed the system on my vehicle so that when you punch the unlock or the lock remote on the key, the lights flash, but the horn does not sound. I found that very annoying. About now I'd pay good money for that annoying horn to honk.

I casually roam through the lot. It's daylight, so the lights flashing does me no good at all. Oh, for the sound of that annoying horn! I roam down one, two, three double rows of traffic. It's hot, about 95 in the shade. And I'm not in the shade. I'm beginning to sweat and I don't like it….reminds me that I forgot to pick up deodorant. Doesn't matter. I'm going to drop dead from heat exhaustion anyway. Of course, I might have smelled better for the paramedics. Who cares…I'll be a gonner…but, they might tell my children. Should have written it down.

My Skinny Cows are turning into fat brownish blobs of goo in my grocery bag, and the checkout kid with an earring in his or her lip (the jury's still out as to its gender) didn't use a freezer bag, so it's just the thin plastic between the oozing Cow and my white capris. Oh well, Skinny Cows have a few too many carbs anyway. But I think all the bad carbs have left a chocolaty trail through rows 2 through 5. Where in the hell is my Jeep?

By now, I've ventured from the Food doors all the way across to the Garden doors and no vehicle. I've punched the remote unlock button so many time, I've worn a blister on my thumb, which reminds me…forgot to get Dora band aids for the granddaughter. Maybe next time, if she behaves. No bluish oozing candy for MY grandchildren. If they're good, they get Band-Aids, or perhaps a salmonella-free tomato ….works for me.

Back to the parking lot….People are beginning to stare and I know they're making fun of the old woman with the oozing bags who is trying to act nonchalant while looking for a missing vehicle. They know, cause they've all been there.

AND THEN IT COMES TO ME…like a knight in shining armor in a dream….I didn't park in the lot. I found an opening along the side of the building in that row of single side-by-side spaces. I turn around in row 7, as if I've realized I've forgotten to purchase an item in the store. (In reality, of course, I've forgotten at least 14 items, but who's counting?)

I trek across the lot, all the way to Row 1 and I turn south (I think…it's just an assumption since I have no sense of direction)… I walk and I look and I look and I walk and then I pray…something I probably should have done 15 minutes ago. Where is that darned St. Anthony when you need him? But then the patron saint of lost items comes through for me as he has for fifty-some years when caught in a pinch. My Jeep….in all its glory…parked in the second from the last space on the east (or is it the west?) side of the building, hidden behind several other oversized SUVs. There it was with lights flashing. It's a wonder the battery wasn't dead from the lights having flashed for so long. I approach it as if I knew exactly where I was headed all the time…just wanted to take the scenic route for a change.

I place my liquid Skinny Cows in the rear compartment with plans to sip them from a crazy straw (purchased months ago for the same granddaughter who has earned the Dora Band-Aids) upon arriving home.

The next time I go to Wal-Mart, I'm taking breadcrumbs.

Minnie O'

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Minnie O: I am recommending no more fad diets for you. Also, get rid of the Jeep and get a 1968 Galaxie....can't miss that one.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Tue, Jul 8, 2008, at 11:06 PM

I'm thinking of shoving one of those yellow tennis balls on my antennae just in case. You can spot those dudes from a mile away! Of course, those breadcrumbs couldn't hurt...just hope there aren't too many hungry robins in your path.

-- Posted by bringwine on Tue, Jul 8, 2008, at 11:35 PM

It sounds like to me that Minnie O might eat the bread crumbs before she throws them on the ground. My advice to you is quit shopping at Wal-Mart. What good has it done to your small town besides employee a few extra people. Reference your "historic" downtown and that is what Wal-Mart has done. It looks like a ghost town. Wal-Marts products are awful and their service is worse.

-- Posted by BonScott on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 12:42 AM

This has been quite a day. First, I agreed with shannonhoon about Obama...now I'm agreeing with bonscott about Wal-Mart's service. What is this world coming to???

I have had SO many problems out of the "customer service" (it is to laugh) people at that store, I've just about called Wal-Mart quits altogether. They are rude, hateful, and very much the opposite of helpful. You can be looking for something, and if and when you find the person that works in or stocks that dept. to ask for help, they not only give you grief for interupting their "job"...they also can't help you find what you're looking for because they don't have a clue where it's at either! Oh, and don't get me started on the "Customer Service" desk. Not to mention they treat their employees like CRAP! No, I haven't ever worked there...I've tried...but apparently me being able to pass a drug test, and not having a prior criminal background meant I didn't qualify.

If it weren't for them carrying 99% of the stuff no one else carries (or the stuff other people carry for a higher price), I wouldn't go.

As for the actual blog topic at hand...Minnie, I've been there and done that. My only problems were 1. My children were screaming because I didn't get them that slimy blue candy, and 2. My battery was almost dead on my remote, so I would have had to been 2 feet from my car for that to work. I think it's happened to all of us...I just hope, for my sake and yours, that it never happens again!

-- Posted by mrsdolphin on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 3:34 AM

SO, you're the reason I couldnt find that convenient parking on the east, or is west? side of the building. Now they have no-parking cones in 2 spaces,, what a brilliant idea,, must be that managers idea,, she has some dillies???? If it wasnt for saving $10 on every $50 dollar purchase, I'd quit shopping there.

-- Posted by changedname on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 8:56 AM

You people are obviously capitalists and will continue to support the demon (WalMart). I haven't seen dillies on the WalMart Manager, but will be looking next time.

Bon, don't dis Historic DTD....still have Benny Franklin, Hubbard's, Chrisman, Greg's, and a few pawn shops that have some killer electronics.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 9:15 AM

I'm going to leave the shopping topic alone and weigh in (pun intended)on the food subject. My doctor recommended the South Beach diet, and I've found that it eliminates those wretched cravings. It's not a diet as much as a sensible way of eating, and it's been easy for me to follow. If you're interested, Keller Library has the book.

-- Posted by gardengirl on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 12:53 PM

Minnie, girl, what a pleasant surprise to find you here at the top of the heap again!! Your blog wore me out, so I had to go get a Skinny Cow out of the frig!

I do not do Walmart no more! Gotta draw the line somewhere!

What's wrong with a Jeep?? Just turn on that horn gadget again. You'll be fine as soon as you get the melted ice cream out of your capris.

-- Posted by goat lady on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 9:19 PM

Goat...you know you do Wal Mart when necessary......WOW.

Who's the Doc Gardengal...? Never heard a doc prescribe that one.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 9:59 PM

No, I don't do Walmart, hoon. Would I lie about such an important thing? There are better choices in other places. As long as I have a DG for the cheap stuff, I can get by until I get to Target.

Isn't somebody gonna say that the downtown was going down before Walmart? That's the usual thread of conversation. I wasn't around when it happened, so I don't know.

When did the Dexter Walmart go in?

-- Posted by goat lady on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 10:18 PM

goat lady, the downtown was going very well when Wal-Mart showed up. I think Wal-Mart has been in Dexter for 25+ years now. I also shop at Target. I couldn't tell you the last time I have bought something from Wal-Mart.

-- Posted by BonScott on Wed, Jul 9, 2008, at 11:11 PM

Goat, you know you do WalMart in emergency situations.


-- Posted by shannonhoon on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 8:29 AM

Too bad. The only problem I remember about the downtown was the parking, and that was a minor problem which all downtown areas had in common. The move to the "suburbs" has affected a lot of towns, large and small, and only belatedly have residents realized what they gave up. Some towns are trying to back up and start over, but it's hard to find the money.

I find the atmosphere in the Walmart stores oppressive: I can't stand all that loud music, not too mention the screaming kids. Only once have I found that condition in Target. Still, in all fairness, Target is no solution, either. It's still taking business away from the downtown areas.

Our society's mobility as a result of the automobile has doomed the small downtown businesses.

-- Posted by goat lady on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 8:33 AM

Hoon, I do NOT have emergencies which require Walmart! What kind of "emergency" could you possibly have to force you to go into that store?? Perscriptions? There are drug stores for that. Personal products? Dollar General. Shoes? Who wants to wear Walmart shoes, anyway? I'd be totally crippled if I did that! Bread and eggs? Grocery store.

I rest my case. You'll never see me in Walmart...(hahaha! Wouldn't recognize me without my goats, anyway!!)

-- Posted by goat lady on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 8:39 AM

Welcome back, Minnie! I, too, have been guilty of slipping into Walmart from time to time...but no more!

The last time, after approaching a Walmart employee asking if he could please tell me where to find the baking goods, he replied "um... um... I donno". End of discussion.

I then approached another young woman in Walmart garb and asked the same question. Her reply? "Well...they used to be over there".

If I sneak in again, it will be in disguise...and I will be on the alert for goats, too.

-- Posted by letseatcake633 on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 9:03 AM

So businesses employing lots of local people take away business? Interesting.

Stop blaming WalMart for all of your worries. And stop asking for things, they have signs all over the place to tell you where to go. The baking goods are to the left eatcake. Even a dead rocker knows that.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 4:38 PM

hoon, they don't employee enough people to make a dent, you know that. In my situation, it is personal, and they also treat their vendors like s***. I bet they don't have a hundred people employed there from Dexter.

-- Posted by BonScott on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 4:54 PM

Cake! I thought you were dead! We haven't heard from you in a coon's age... (Just stay a good distance away from my goats with those special cakes!!)

Hey, maybe the dead rockers would like a bite...???

-- Posted by goat lady on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 5:22 PM

This blogging is contaminating my vocabulary. I have read Booger, terd, and now S*** all in the same day. XXX

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 7:58 PM

Dead rocker? Did someone call me a dead rocker? What does that mean? GL...what are these blogs becomming? P.S. I would never hurt one of your little goats.

-- Posted by letseatcake633 on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 8:54 PM

Cake...GT.. and hoon..(if indeed that IS your real name)...

When you pay with a debit or credit card at Wal-Mart (hereto referred to as "WM"), you have an option before you slide your debit or credit card to answer a simple question Yes or No. On the little screen, it says, "Did your cashier greet you kindly today?" ..or something like that. A few times, they haven't and so I pushed 'No,' but I suspect that when you do that, the cashier automatically gets some kind of message or signal on her side of the screen ordering her to cheer up, becaue it seems they attempt to after you choose the 'No' option. I figure if they know they're being reported, though, that they'll squeeze that dozen of eggs extra hard before placing it in the bag, which by the way could hold about 10 more pounds of groceries. Here's almost cause for another blog....why do WM cashiers place one or two items in a bag when they could place 10? I'm certain they are taught to do so to give shoppers the impression that they're getting more for their money, which is usually the case anyway at WM. In the meantime, though, we're taking home 12 plastic bags when we could have done well with about 4....and picking up the price of that plastic. I recall when some shoppers used to carry in their own canvas kind of baskets to shop...not sure why. And remember, "Paper or plastic?" Most under 30 wouldn't know what a cashier was talking about if they asked that these days.

WM has a lot of products that I can't get anywhere else...like good Feta cheese and colored pasta and Skinny Cows! I like picking up a loaf of Rosemary French bread at the same place as panel nails and a phone charger.

With age comes wisdom, they say, and I've become wise enough to complain to the manager if an employee is rude or overbearing or not helpful. I do agree that they need more help on the floor, especially in the grocery department. We don't want Cakelady to miss out on any vital ingredients...husband number 17 may be hungry for a snack.

-- Posted by bringwine on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 9:27 PM

Oh, Minnie, you always hit the proverbial nail on the proverbial head - every time!! I have SO missed your wit and wisdom! It's been a wasteland out here with only hoon and his headbanging buddies to keep us company. Ruining his vocabulary, my......ooops, booger!

Cake, you've also been away a long time, and the blogs have gone through a time warp in your absense. We are now on the other side of the moon, having been absorbed into a black hole of confusion and disarray.

You must frequent us more often to remind us of the good ole days, when we could mix up our little recipes, fight the creeping kudzu vines, and help Ducky chunk punkins over the ramparts. What fun times!

I do like the various flavors of tortilla wraps found at WM (spinach is my favorite). I shall have to send my little trick goat in to pilfer them for me! The screaming children will be so distracting that no one will ever notice that they're a few tortillas short of a full load...

-- Posted by goat lady on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 9:48 PM

While you're at it, GT...pick up some chocolate Skinny Cows for me. WM started carrying a "variety pack" of chocolate and vanilla...heaven, pure 99 percent fat free heaven!

-- Posted by bringwine on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 10:17 PM

bringwine, if you live by your blog name, I sure hope you don't go to Wally World to buy your wine. Because they definitely don't sell wine that's worth a crap.

-- Posted by BonScott on Thu, Jul 10, 2008, at 11:35 PM

They do too sell decent wine. Martini and Rossi Asti is good, and it's only $12.99! lol.

-- Posted by mrsdolphin on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 12:47 AM

Chocolate Skinny Cows!! Aaaaaaahhhhhhhh! Heaven! Now if I can just stay away from McD's oreo McFlurry!! Soooo cold on a hot day!!

-- Posted by goat lady on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 6:27 AM

Told you Goat shops there.....She is a supporter.

When I think wasteland, I think of two of you posting back and forth in total agreement on every topic......PUKE. If you would like, we can go away again for a couple of weeks and give you peace.

Stop talking about all the things you guys LOVE to buy and HAVE to buy at WalMart, and in the same topic bash the place. Either shut up and shop, or stop going.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 8:33 AM

shannonhoon,just got back online; and the doctor in question is Jalal, local internist. And the peanut butter made with sesame oil that fits the South Beach plan I've only been able to find at WM. I do try to support the smaller stores and asked my usual grocer to stock it, but he can't get it.

-- Posted by gardengirl on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 11:08 AM

Oh, please don't go away and leave us without your caustic wit and irreverent attitude toward all living things, hoon! Who would we spar with if all the dead rockers were gone??

And, by the way, I get my Skinny Cows elsewhere! WM doesn't have the market cornered on SC.

-- Posted by goat lady on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 4:07 PM


-- Posted by goat lady on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 4:08 PM

You are full of it....Goat, you just lost ALL credibtility with me and anyone who knows Dr. J. He would NOT tell you to prescribe to the South Beach diet.......He would ONLY tell you to exercise and watch what you eat. So, just as before...you lied about NOT shopping at WalMart when in fact you do......and now you are slandering Dr. J who would NOT tell you to do a fad diet.........I may type goofy, sarcastic, crap, but I will NOT slander a Doc.....you just did...FACT.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 10:14 PM

I can't get enough of Wal Mart. I need at least one daily fix.

-- Posted by I.B. Le Truth on Fri, Jul 11, 2008, at 10:58 PM

hoon...it was gardengirl that said all that...not goat lady.

-- Posted by mrsdolphin on Sat, Jul 12, 2008, at 12:08 AM

Why is everybody bashing Dr. J. He brought the ABA to the NBA, and he could also dunk from the free throw line.

-- Posted by BonScott on Sat, Jul 12, 2008, at 1:40 AM

Thank you, dolpin. I don't even know Dr. J.

-- Posted by goat lady on Sat, Jul 12, 2008, at 6:52 AM

Hoon, I'm making one final comment on the Walmart issue, and then I'm done. Not every person who posts comments on this site is from Dexter. Some of us may not live anywhere near a Walmart, so our boycott of the mega store is only a minor inconvenience. I guess I should have made that clear earlier, so you wouldn't have had to get so enraged and question my credibility. Let's please let it drop, okay? I'm sure everyone is getting tired of hearing us rant about it.

-- Posted by goat lady on Sat, Jul 12, 2008, at 8:03 AM


-- Posted by LUFER on Sat, Jul 12, 2008, at 12:29 PM

OK, so many "Amens," confessions and "enragements,"...new word, but I think that Minnie would approve. I felt, for just a bit, that I was attending a Southern Baptist revival! Not to instigate the blogmosphere with a charge from the Baptist element of things...oohhhh, I can hear them marching with snare drum and guitar in hand…no wait, that's the Methodists…no, the Disciples….no, the Catholics…., well, it's certainly not the Pentecostals.

On the Dr. J issue...he went on the South Beach diet himself, lost quite a bit. It's a sensible diet and great for diabetics. One does tend to gain weight once carbs are re-introduced into the steady diet, but that's just common sense. If we wish to devour potatoes and bread and chocolate brownies and sugar-sweetened drinks, then we ought to be prepared for the old spare tire to inflate itself around our mid-section.

Those of you who are under 50, beware....it lurks just over the horizon!

-- Posted by bringwine on Sat, Jul 12, 2008, at 3:20 PM

-- Posted by bringwine on Sat, Jul 12, 2008, at 3:37 PM

If Wal Mart ain't got it, I don't need it.

-- Posted by I.B. Le Truth on Sun, Jul 13, 2008, at 12:53 AM

I.B., I don't know if I can rationalize that type of thinking. Can you please explain?

-- Posted by BonScott on Sun, Jul 13, 2008, at 12:31 PM

Oh, I.B., that's so sad!! There's a whole wonderful market out there, beyond the walls of Wally World!

Let me send you a few catalogs to get you started!

-- Posted by goat lady on Sun, Jul 13, 2008, at 5:16 PM

Is it Amen or Ah*men? Just curious. Man, this beer sure is cold.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Mon, Jul 14, 2008, at 9:38 AM

shannonhoon, Dr J most certainly did recommend the South Beach diet. It is not a fad diet; it was devised by a cardiologist for the overall health of his heart patients. When it was discovered that they lost weight, also; it became a fad in south Florida, but it's been around for several years and has been widely accepted. Do you work nights? I can't imagine having a cold beer at 9:00 am otherwise.

-- Posted by gardengirl on Mon, Jul 14, 2008, at 10:25 AM

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Its 5:00 Somewhere. South Florida? Are you sure it wasn't South Beach in LA? I seem to remember a diet like that when we played the Whiskey.

So is it A*men or Ah*men? Need to know.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Mon, Jul 14, 2008, at 4:04 PM

I believe that to precede the "men" with "Ah" would indicate a sense of relief, as in "AHHHHHH,"...the sensation that hoonowski has no doubt experienced having raised a few cold ones at the end (or the beginning) of a hard day's work.

With that in mind, and having resorted to seeking out an old Catechism, (oh, another blog altogether...)...I'm voting for "Amen," although "Awomen" might be more appropriate, depending upon the situation at hand.

-- Posted by bringwine on Mon, Jul 14, 2008, at 8:30 PM

Bringwinini: Stop talking of my sensations and don't change that song, its my favorite record.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Mon, Jul 14, 2008, at 11:47 PM

" Oh, I.B., that's so sad!! There's a whole wonderful market out there, beyond the walls of Wally World!

Let me send you a few catalogs to get you started!

-- Posted by goat lady on Sun, Jul 13, 2008, at 5:16 PM "


Thank you!!

-- Posted by myheart on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 10:21 AM


-- Posted by goat lady on Tue, Jul 15, 2008, at 5:45 PM


-- Posted by shannonhoon on Wed, Jul 16, 2008, at 9:25 AM

??!! .....??!!! again!

-- Posted by bringwine on Wed, Jul 16, 2008, at 11:21 PM

About WalMart: I boycotted the store successfully for an entire year. Yes, there are other places to shop and many with better prices. I am now 6 months into my second year of boycott. I guess I come from the Era of Protest, but even one person can make a difference. (please no sarcasm about that last comment!)

-- Posted by ct on Thu, Jul 17, 2008, at 10:47 AM

You got to staaaaaand, staaaaaand, stand for whatcha believe.

You know you got to staaaaaand, staaaaaand, stand for whatcha believe.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Thu, Jul 17, 2008, at 2:23 PM

I can almost hear you singing, Dead Rocker!

-- Posted by ct on Thu, Jul 17, 2008, at 4:55 PM

I have NOT spent a dime in Wal-Mart in over 11 years and will not allow my wife to either. That store is the scourge of America's small towns. Luckily, the towns out west are voting them out before they move in.

Minnie O, you're obviously obsessed with Wal-Mart. You need a life. I hope you get one soon. Wal-Mart SUCKS and their stock has not been worth a crap for about 15 years or more. Look it up…Please. Stock ticker is WMT. You would make as much money by running your dollar bills through a shredder.

-- Posted by Jim Morrison on Fri, Jul 18, 2008, at 12:06 AM

I don't understand why Wal-Mart wouldn't be making money for their stock holders? I had an aunt who made a good bit of money with early Wal-Mart stock. I wonder what's happened?

-- Posted by goat lady on Sat, Jul 19, 2008, at 6:58 AM

Minnie, please don't get lost in the Wal-Mart parking lot again. Look at all the wonderful controversy your blogs precipitate. Blog on!

It's pretty much a given in municipal circles that all the "big box retailers," including Wal-Mart, do more harm to a local economy than they do good in the way of creating jobs. The real hard part comes after they've driven out all the locally owned businesses, then decide they aren't happy with their bottom line and close. The local businesses are gone and your city has a great big empty box.

Unfortunately, the "city planners" include some of my favorites in their big box net: Lowe's and Home Depot. Horrors.

I don't boycot WM specifically, but I buy locally whenever I can.

-- Posted by Ducky on Sat, Jul 19, 2008, at 11:25 PM

I ran my bills through and shredder once and I didn't make squat. Last time I will do that. Jimmy, not to burst your bubble, but your wife was seen looking over the plants and flowers with a wig and shades on the other day. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

Hey....let 'em do it again.....oooooh

I......I didn't say it was OKaaaaaayyyy.....noooooooo ooooooooh

Why....Why'd you slap me in the face........oooooowwwwwww

I....I won't do it again......noooooooooo ooooooooh


-- Posted by shannonhoon on Sat, Jul 19, 2008, at 11:27 PM

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