Sunday, December 13, 2009

Music Makes the World a Better Place (at least in the car).

First I would like to apologize for being MIA for so long or, maybe you've enjoyed a break from a series of totally random posts. Either way, I'm back and oh so happy to be in the bloggy world again!

Last week was a world-wind of Christmas festivities. Monday night was a Christmas party for the preschool workers at church, Wednesday was Jay's work party, Friday night was our neighborhood party and yesterday morning we left for Nashville for Christmas with Jay's family. All of that was A LOT for a girl who loves a routine that rarely changes.

Nashville was great. Kay and Keith (sis & bro-in law) rode with us. I don't think I have laughed that hard in ages, nor do I think I have acted that immature in ages. And if you believe that, I need you to also know that I make up my bed every morning and cook supper every night. I wish I could remember all the things that caused me to double-over with laughter and possibly wet my pants but everything was just so random.

I guess that's what happens when someone like me provides a music selection that included Debbie Gibson, Old School Hip Hop, Ultimate Love Songs, Kenny Rogers, and Monster Ballads. I know some people might be embarrassed to whip out their Debbie Gibson CD, but I like everybody to know the real me. And with that said, I want you to know the real me went to a New Kids on the Block concert when I was in the 9th grade.

I'll post more about the Nashville trip later. I've gotta get busy reading all your posts! But because I love you, I'll leave you with this.

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Kerrie said...

Jill-That is my favorite Debbie Gibson song! And for the record, we went to NKOTB in the 10th grade, not 9th. Hope you had fun in Nashville!

LeAnna said...

Isn't it so much more fun to drive when you have good fellowship (and music!)? It makes the time fly!

Kristin said...

Ok. Geek alert. True story. I used to listen to this jam before I went on dates with the hubs. Ah ha ha. He DOES have killer blue eyes. Does that make it any less dorky? No? I didn't think so.

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

Sniff, sniff... is that Exclamation perfume I smell? Hang on, I need to grab my denim jacket and roll up the cuffs.

Just the fact that you posted this makes me love you even more. And yes, I've missed you lots too, but I've been rather MIA for the past two months... Holiday time!

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Glad you had a fun trip and visit!!! The one thing I am going to miss so much with my husband gone is the way only he can make me laugh. Enjoy your day!

Rachel said...

Way to be proud of your musical...can we call it taste?

:) Just kidding.