Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Ok, Ok, Jen...I'm Spoiled

Note: I began this post on November 20th and am finishing it today.

Today when Jen was dropping me off there was a HUGE dog outside. Since I live at home I called my dad to come help me. Of course my dad bundled up (it was cold) and he came out to shoo away the dog and help me carry in my stuff. Unfortunately, by the time my dad came outside the HUGE dog was gone. But it really was there, ask Jen.

Today, December 3rd, my dad was cooking out for dinner for our family night. It's not really all that cold here so it wasn't a big deal. Of course Patty has a special request. My hamburger patty has to be made in a pan outside. I hate the taste of grill marks. Yuck!!!
Also, when I got home I had two bottles of Dr. Pepper on my nightstand. I know y'all are thinking: "so what?" but they are football shaped Dr. Pepper bottles. He brought my mom one at the beginning of football season and wanted one ever since. So he remembered to buy me two.

These are just a few examples of how my dad spoils me. My mom spoils me too. Jen and I have huevo con chorizo burritos every Friday. Yummy! I love being at home.


Jen said...

YES you are SPOILED!! And yes, I vouch there was a big dog! I am still shocked by you not liking things cooked on a grill! ARE YOU CRAZY! I can just see your dad out there with a pan on the grill!! Haha!! Too funny!

Patty said...

I'm a daddy's girl for sure.

Bonnie said...

I'm a daddy's girl also! I don't live at home anymore, but my dad still spoils me. He will make his famous "round steak" stew and set aside doggy bag for me. If I'm running late in the morning he will come over and pick up the boys so that I don't have to rush (my parents only live about 5 miles away). There is nothing wrong with being a spoiled daddy's girl.

Heidi said...

:) nothing wrong with a little spoiling!

Amy said...

I can't wait to go home for the holidays then my Mom totally spoils me.

I love to be spoiled who doesn't