Saturday, September 17, 2011


  • The longer I live the more I realize Saturday was made for soccer. Sadly, Zac wasn't up to playing today, although we made an appearance. There was almost an altercation when a parent didn't like a call the new, teenage referee made. A parent stormed the field shouting and cursing and had to be called down by the referee training the new referee. Yes, he was acting ready to direct physical violence against a 14 year old girl who volunteered her time to referee a game for 4 year old children.

  • Retarded.

  • At the end of each game we make a tunnel by facing each other and holding our hands up in the middle and the kids run through it and we high five them and tell them what a good job they did- both teams. The other teams families sat and glared at us today. We did it anyway and their kids and ours ran through our little tunnel of justice and made circles around and came back.

  • The Internet has been down for a few days and all the recent posts were auto published.

  • Of the 3 nurses at the new job who've allied ourselves all of us brush our teeth after coffee and meals.

  • Someone on seeing how well we worked together said,"I can already tell, ya'll are going to be our Special Forces team."

  • I cleaned out a supply closet in a clinic I worked at once and with moving only one box out of it's original position organised the medications and laboratory supplies etc. while condensing boxes and throwing away a ton of trash. Mind you, I only moved one box, threw away 3 or 4 boxes full of straight up trash and labelled every box that was left on it's face however, predictably somebody said,"I guess it's alright you did that, but I can't find anything in there now..."

  • To

  • Write

  • Love

  • On

  • Her

  • Arms

  • A pickup trucks back window message I noted during my commute to work yesterday morning- I've been puzzling ever since.

  • The Best Song Ever Made In The World


Paxford said...

"To write love on her arms"..?

That's a bit creepy


Opus #6 said...

I'm against having work done in general, though I think this one singer might benefit from a round of botox. Just a suggestion.

RPM said...

I volunteered to umpire a season of Little League once... ONCE!

el chupacabra said...

Paxilicious- Yeah, and I'm not sure what it means, although something to do with tattoos keeps creeping in...

Lady O- You're right on both accounts.

Rz- I got roped into soccer once and althouh there was potential for problems it all went pretty smooth. Weatherford soccer is known for high parental retardation factor though, so I'm glad just trying to assist a little this year.
Good night ya'll. My patient died at 0545 this morning and I don't feel so hot myself.

YM said...

According to Wikipedia: To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) is an interfaith[1], American non-profit organization[2] which aims to present hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide.

el chupacabra said...

My Queen- You found thought on the internets? I've always thought it would be nice if all mans knowledge could be distilled down into one place...