November 17, 2015

No Sleep 'Til...Graduation?

G.B.
We interrupt our new blogging (old?) journey with a late breaking blog post that does not, repeat, does not feature anything about writing. I know, I know, it's hard to believe that G.B. can actually write a post about something other than writing.

Well, my friends, he can, and more importantly he will. So without further ado, heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere's G.B.!!!!

Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.

Not too long ago, I posted a fun-filled completely silly picture of my wonderful daughter Jenelle. For those of you who missed it the first time around, here it the second time around:


Pretty silly isn't it? Yes, teenagers can possess a very strange sense of humor.

Fast forward to this past Friday, 13 November. On that Friday, the local high school had its annual homecoming dance, in which the entire student body gots dressed to the nines twice and spent the evening not really dancing with the opposite sex (at least as freshmen)

My wonderful 14 1/2 year old daughter Jenelle was no exception, as she got dressed to the nines twice. Now, what you're about to see doesn't really do her justice, as she can notoriously gun-shy when it comes to having her picture taken in certain situations, but what she had on for a dress, makeup, hair and shoes (gots to be the shoes!) made her daddy say out load, "Woah!" and under his breath, "Holy F'n Sh....I am doomed!" (seriously).


So, not only does dear old dad (picture Little Augie Doggy speaking) now not get a lot of sleep for the next four years, he'll also be channeling his inner Al Bundy.

God help us all.

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16 comments:

  1. Yes, the teenage years are not exactly a relaxing time for parents.

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    1. I thought had problems when I went through this with my son, but I do believe this will be ten times worse.

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  2. Do you own a gun? Even if you don't, be sure to tell all her potential boyfriends that you do.

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    1. Nope, but I may do just that. Or, I can tell them I know unsavory types that owe me a favor or two.

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  3. Ha that's odd I've just posted a photo of my younger daughter too. Trust me, the sleepless nights go on for more than 4 years!

    She looks lovely. Now don't get the shot gun.

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    1. Thanks, and you're right, it will go on longer than four years. But we can pipe dream, eh?

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  4. She looks so beautiful. It's hard to see them grow up, isn't it?

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  5. Believe it or not, these worrisome teen years are some you will one day wish you could see again. My teens are now 44 & 45:-(

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    1. This is true, as I'm already experiencing this with my son. Until then though, we'll have a little fun in the process. :D

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  6. Hoo boy, yes, there's bound to be at least a little bit of trouble ahead. Boy trouble. I remember those years like they happened yesterday. :-)

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    1. Yeah, I am so doomed in that regard.

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    2. She got that at on sale at Macy's (I think).

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