Join a laid-off journalist on her journey as she wraps up her life in the Buckeye State, becomes a real-life Army wife, watches too much bad TV and finds out if everything really is bigger in Texas.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Last night The husband tool full advantage of my ever growing waistline and took me to Rudy's (www.rudys.com) for Barbeque.It was my first trip there sine we moved there and it was clear the number of pregnant ladies outnumbered rotund husbands by about 5 to 1. It's clear the ability to eat vast amounts of smoked meat without guilt is one advantage of being pregnant.
I'm an advertising and marketing guru for the Army who watches way too much TV for her own good, could obtain a bachelor's degree in celebrity news, is addicted to fitness classes that sound like diseases (Body Attack anyone?) and bleeds sarcasm. In my former life, I was an underpaid editor in Cleveland, Ohio, slinging adjectives and grammatical poise like no one's business. I am aware of the gross grammatical errors in my blogs that I was too lazy to edit. I also see the irony.