Tuesday, January 22, 2013

About Me.

Thanks to the yoga pants wearing Whitty, I'm going to lay out some confessions today.  I'm not Catholic, so a blog post versus a confessional will just have to do.

 
Number #1:  I think my dog is a child.
And I KNOW many of you can relate.  We even took her to the Christmas Tree Farm this past year to help us pick out a tree. Don't judge me.
 
 
 
Number #2:  I lost my father when I was 11, therefore my Mom & I have always been more like sisters.  And I love that about our relationship.  Last year we took a super spontaneous ski trip together, just us.  It will always be a trip I hold NEAR and DEAR to my heart.
 
 
Number #3:  I have two older brothers that still tease me like I'm 13.  It drives me CRAZY but these two guys would do ANYTHING for me, and for that, I'll take all the teasing in the world.
 

 
 
Number #4:  My boobs were a size G. 
 And then I got them cut off last May.
But not before my husband and I threw them a "(B)Reast in Peace" party.
 
 
 
 
And Number #5:  I work as a Sales & Marketing Manager for a Senior Living Community.
 
My job can be emotionally exhausting because NO ONE wants to ever admit that they just can't take care of themselves any longer.  However, my job is extremely rewarding in that I get to help these families with one of THE HARDEST decisions they'll ever make.  And I love it.
 
 
 

14 comments :

Erin said...

Haha oh my goodness that Hooters pic is hilarious! And doesn't everyone take their dogs to get Christmas trees? My family does that's for aure

Brooke said...

Breast in peace. LOL. This make me seriously laugh out loud.

Dena Barrie said...

I am loving the Breast in peace! That is classic. Fun to find out about fellow bloggers
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Amber @ A Little Pink in the Cornfields said...

I did not realize that is what you did for a living! When I first started grad school and was looking for part time jobs, I worked at a senior living home for residents with dementia. I absolutely adored it, but unfortunately the schedule just did not work out for mine. I don't think I could have handled it long term though because I got WAY too attached! :(

Nadine said...

Stopping by from the link up! No judgement at all on the treating your dog like a child situation. I mentioned in my post that I tell my dog that he has my hair and his dad's eyes. It's inappropriate and I don't care. Thanks for sharing!

SMD @ lifeaccordingtosteph said...

Say Goodbye to Hooters...HILARIOUS!

My dogs are my children. The End.

Brenna said...

I am a F/G depending on the bra and cannot wait to have those babies be gone! Hoping towards the end of this year!

Casey @ Classic with a Pop said...

Had no idea you worked for a Senior Living Community - my area of specialty is in Elder Law. Love love love working with that age group.

Annabelle said...

My mom works as a nurse at a Senior Living facility. I commend anyone working with the elders! It's tough!

Mallory Castleberry said...

Lol "breast in peace". I have size triple Ds and would love to have them chopped! And I imagine you job has to be difficult. I don't think I could be strong enough

Casey said...

I also lost my dad when I was 11, unfortunately my mom and I never became that close. But my 2 older brothers did pick on me all the time.

tara said...

my dog is totally my child. i like him a thousand times more than i like anyone else.

Sara K {SaigeWisdom} said...

I just wuv you. I have size A boobs (and that's not a typo I'm afraid). Your dog is cuter than most kids I know. I love momma's girls cause I'm one of them and I'm jealous you have brothers (I got 4 sistas).
Your Breast in Peace party is freaking genius.

Jess @ Blonde Meets World said...

Your pup! OHMYGOSH! What a cutie! And LOLLL such a creative idea with the breast in peace party! Hellp from a new follower through Whitney's link-up :)

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