Thursday, December 28, 2006



















So, another great Christmas completely botched. I have very few requests on Christmas morning. Lots of gifts, white powdered doughnuts and coffee. I got a couple of presents, my wife had to dig through the phone book to find an open gas station to go out and buy me doughnuts before I could begin opening my gifts because she forgot to get them! And then, to top it all off while she was frantically running out to get the goods, I realized that she had put my coffe all together, but didn't even feel like turning it on. What am I going to do? I am so over this. I am such a simple man and yet.........Well, there is always next Christmas. So then I decided that I would go back to bed, but before I could I realized that I needed to plant this tree I got. I went out and planted it and the thing is straight, but my 1 and 3 year old dug a crooked hole! Rather than ask them to fix their mistake I just took away their presents as a punishment. Then I just stood on an angle to make it look straight. I think it worked, but you can be the judge. The last photo you see here is me attempting to give my son the Hymlech maneuver. My wife said I was doing it wrong. Whatever. I think this technique is textbook. Kids these days. I wish his mother had better control over him. I can tell this is going to be stressful until the children are out of the house. I work so hard at home that I wish I could just get a break. I did manage to get permanently booted from the kitchen though this Christmas. It's not my fault I don't know where anything goes. It's not like my shop you know where I have a written out blueprint as to where everything goes. This is so if my wife happens to need to borrow a tool, she knows exactly where to get it and where it goes when she is done. It also helps when I get done with a project and I need her to come out and pick up all my tools, she knows where they go so she doesn't have to bother me while I am watching football. So back to the main story, she has no blueprint for the kitchen and I only do dishes about once a month, so I have only unloaded the dishwasher about 6 times since we moved here and she expects me to remember where it all goes? Get real. So now the kitchen and the grocery store are both off limits to me. Going into the grocery would be like going to Ireland. I have never been there, have no desire to go and quite frankly think it's a waste of time. At least I can count on good football games during this time of year. Well, I think I have rambled on about my miserable life long enough for this blog. At least maybe my new years eve party will be good. I am excited for a new year. Maybe I can tone back all the abitions I had in 2006. I think 2007 should be a year of rest for me. I have been way too busy to even get enough sleep. I will see if my wife would be up for working a little harder in 07 to allow me a little more down time.


See ya around.


Preciate all of ya'll visitin this here site.

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13 Comments:

Blogger Lisa H said...

Nice, Sam.

At least you got your silly donuts. Sheesh. You forget one thing, and suddenly Christmas is botched! :)

7:06 PM

 
Blogger Ginger said...

I realize you don't have a clue who I am, but I'm here to say that although 2006 was a rough one for you I am here to testify that Miss Lisa is one in a million. I'm sure she would have made you homemade donuts should you have asked..it was probably the "store" part that made her forget. I can understand her lack of control with the boys, after all they are "your" children, but being the godly mother that she is she will raise incredible men:) What a woman, she never allows you to enter the kitchen or the grocery story. She sits at your feet and serves you...WOW! She is a saint. No need for labels, her memory is so incredible she never forgets a thing (other than the donuts..one thing a year..sheesh) God love her! You are one blessed man, Sam Hasz.
Happy 2007. Give your wife a huge hug and tell her how awesome she is.

11:10 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Real men buy their own donuts!

11:15 AM

 
Blogger Ginger said...

That last comment was from my wonderful husband. Just in case you were wondering who "anonymous" is :)

11:17 AM

 
Blogger Marybeth said...

WHO are you???? This doesn't sound like the loving, kind, wonderful father and husband that I've seen MY son, Sam Hasz be! People like Ginger and others who may read this blog will definitely get the wrong idea and not know your attempt at humor. But...the things you say about your shop...all true.

9:52 AM

 
Blogger Ginger said...

Just so your mom can sleep at night...I think we have the same sense of humor :) If your wrote a regular blog, I would be a regular reader.

5:18 PM

 
Blogger Beth said...

Cole LOVES powdered donuts too! I do want to come and check out your workshop sometime—rumor has it, it is VERY, out of control organized. :)

12:49 PM

 
Blogger karenkool said...

Yea... you're a funny guy. I think my husband trumps you though, he's too lazy to start a blog even. It's a good thing your wife knows where all your tools go--seeing as how she probably does the maintenance around the home too (kinda like me). The name's Karen. Karenkool! ;-)

4:19 PM

 
Anonymous Shlitz said...

So... you need to just love your wife, Mister! I like her - she's my friend. And, if you weren't so much better than everyone else you would see that I was your friend too. But yeah, I'll just have to let that one go.
;-)

12:15 PM

 
Anonymous Rebekah said...

Wow. Should you even be allowed to exist? What an oxygen sucker!

1:33 PM

 
Blogger Lisa H said...

Just wanted to let you know that you've made someone's blog list of "favorite blogs I read" only yours is listed as "slacker sam" since you don't post enough! And it's not even someone you know! :) Might be time for an update!

8:43 PM

 
Blogger Rebekah Elizabeth said...

Time for an update, slacker Sam. I mean, really... it's not like you do any work in the office. You have plenty of time to spend updating this site and making it look cooler.

Perhaps you should learn HTML? It's archaic and plebian, but it should work well for you to begin with.

2:06 PM

 
Blogger HAL said...

SAM ! REMEMBER BIG TIMBER RESOT ?

11:16 AM

 

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