Thursday, August 16, 2012

Taking Care of Business

Two weeks ago, our luck changed. LoLo got a call that after 4 interviews, the local hospital wanted to hire him to work in their facilities department in a position that has set hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm, 5 days a week, with the option of overtime. He starts Monday.

Do you know what this means???

Yes everyone. This is what I'm excited for. My husband will actually be out of work in time to go to happy hour with me. This has never happened before.

It's the little things, people.

And finally, for those of you who are not Facebook friends with me, I would like to share a perfect anniversary story followed by one of my favorite radio clips of all time.

Last night as I was sitting home alone, watching the Kardashians, feeling so excited to have full control of the remote, suddenly the channel on my tv changed and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was on my screen. The one thing I liked about being home without LoLo was that I could control the remote but he changed the channel all the way from NYC!

Luckily, my husband knows me well and put it on one of my favorite movies from my childhood (ok, my adulthood too). He then wrote to me on Facebook and said, "How bout some Grampa Joe?"

LoLo has an app on his phone that allows him to control our cable from anywhere so that he can DVR shows from wherever he is. So from New York City, he was able still able to control what I watched.  

We weren't even in the same state but he still found a way to make me smile on our anniversary. 

So yes, how bout some Grampa Joe? Check out this hilarious take from one of my favorite radio personalities, Jim Rome.

Hey Grampa Joe, if you can do back flips and one handed push ups, why don't you pick up a shift every once in a while?


k8te said...

Congrats to you and LoLo! What great work hour! Because let's be honest, happy hour is VERY important! :)

I probably would have screamed when the channel changed, ha!

The Management said...

yay for happy hour attendance! it's so important after a rough day!