Out of the people we’ve lost? Ellen an’ Jo would probably be right up there. They went out warriors but they didn’t deserve that… not at all.
Hey everybody, so it’s been a pretty crazy summer so far so I apologize for not being here very much. Dean and I are trying to spend as much time together as possible before I go back to teaching (a real teaching job this time!) in the fall. He’s been working some pretty long hours at the garage so that’s where I’ve been spending most of my time if I’m not at the diner serving people heart attacks on plates.
That leads me to my next announcement though that I forgot to tell you guys. I’m officially a college graduate. Took long enough right? I mean, I only started 13 years ago.
Anyways, I hope everybody’s been doing well, feel free to come say hi, I would love to hear from you guys.
Look at you being all friendly.
… You forgot to mention that we’re going to Disneyland.
Like Sammy said, we’ve got kids! Man the dogs we’ve got our about all we can handle.
No but uh … seriously? I used to. Used to think that woulda been the ending I’d want if I had the choice. But I’ve got all I want here now, m’not missing out on anything. Besides, we’d never choose to bring a kid into the lives we’ve got. Too dangerous, and it’ll always be too dangerous. So no, I don’t. M’good. M’really good.
Guess I thought in the future I’d join the army, I mean I was just a little kid and my Dad always talked about the glory of being a Marine. Pretty powerful stuff for a four year old. Besides, I wanted to be just like him and being a soldier sounded like a good idea at the time. Other than that? I wanted to be a fireman, but that happened more uh .. after my Mom. I just um … wanted to help people.
I only know one Iggy and that’s Iggy Pop.
Usually concerts put me on a real nice high afterwards but when that comes down? Yeah, sure, I mean who wouldn’t wanna just keep listening to good ass music for the rest of their life
Sometimes I miss the open road, y’know.. watching the Impala eat up road. But no, I don’t. I used to, especially when we first quit and sometimes I get that itch, but guess I’m selfish now. I did it for most of my life, I paid my dues. So did Sam. What we’ve got now… I’d never give it up.