5 Things I Miss
Top 5 Things I Miss
5. Playing Beer Pong - Damn that game was fun! I had the best partner in the world because he was 6 foot 5 and he played basketball in high school. We played in games in the bar, in people's homes, hell, we even played in tournaments. He taught me well and we kicked ass. That was back in the days when drinking was still fun for me and I could usually remember most of the night.
4. Days of Our Lives - When school was out I used to sit in the house and plan my day around this soap opera. I would make my lunch and have it ready for exacty 1 p.m. when it was time to sit down and watch. I never missed a day and I talked about it with all of my friends because we were all obsessed. Now I tape it, but I never have time to watch it and its a bit far fetched now that I'm not 15.
3. Ocean City, MD - Going to Ocean City for the summer was always a blast. It was pure freedom! No parents, no rules, lots of alcohol (pain in the asses at Seacrets on the Bay), lots of blackouts, amazingly no jail, and even if I had a boyfriend, he didn't exist when I was in Ocean City. It was like an alternate universe where the only thing that mattered was having fun. Oh yeah - there was a beach too! I made it out there every day even with a hangover.
2. My parent's boat - They still have it. They still go out on it every weekend, but it's up for sale now, so I think that'll be ending soon. I remember we used to trailer it to the marina and I'd always want to sit in the back of the truck. Then, when we got to the marina I couldn't wait to get out on the water and I'd be like "daddy, go faster - go faster". I'd always sit up on the bow (I'm sure that's real safe) and I'd hold on and we'd go flying over the waves. I had a jet ski for a while too. I never see the Bay or the Ocean anymore. I love Vegas, but I miss the water a little bit.
and the number 1 thing I miss...
1. Working at the Dept. of Defense. What a cake job that was! I never had to show up on time - they had flex time. We had tons of leave so we could take off whenever we wanted. We could take lunch if we wanted, we could take as long as we wanted or we could skip lunch all together. There were tons of military guys walking around - my personal eye candy. I'm talking Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. Can you imagine ladies? The cafeteria had a taco bell and a pizza hut! There was a Rite Aid inside, a bank, a barber, shyt - you never had to leave which was a good thing because you had to walk a few miles to get to your car. Yeah, those were the good old days.
Well, that's it - Time to go to work. They actually make me show up on time at this place - Slave Drivers!!