My boobs were my tools of the trade for almost 20 months.

Once my youngest daughter weaned herself from the Magical Boob Juice, the fun really began!

(And by fun we all know I mean chaos!)

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Keep and open mind and a joyful heart and you too can get pumped into the world of The Milk Maid.


6/5/08

Spread Thin Like That Last Dab Of Mayo In Your Jar

Repeat after me:

ONE MORE WEEK OF STUPID FREAKIN' SCHOOL!
And can we all hear the echo as I should those glorious words from the roof tops? Oh yeah, I think we can!
A&P, you can suck my nonexistent weener. I loathe you and your workbook from hell. How I flinch every single time the teacher mispronounces a word (and not even words like hydrophilic or plasmapheresis- a word like murmur or value or respiration... or wasn't). How I dread Dumb Kate hanging all over me like kudzu clings to pine trees. Ohhh the list could go on, you know.
On an up note, I got my assignment for clinicals- and it's the exact place I wanted to be at- the majorly major totally tubular fun-filled jolly hospital place (she said trying to keep the excitement flowing about all of this).
On the Big J front: A former boss and close pal of Big J's called the other night looking "desperately" for Jef. He continued by saying, "I must have you work for me. I must! I cannot fathom the depths I would sink to if you were to not lay all other business aside and RUN to me and work here! And you look dashing in that new polo your wife bought for you- stunning!"
(Editors note: The above referenced side of conversation may or may not have taken place verbatim as the author of this blog could only hear what Jef was saying, but in the author's mind that's how it all went down.)
So- Jef had the "interview" today which probably consisted of drinking beer and eating hot wings and looking at the breasts of young women who are forced to wear panty hose due to the shortness of their shorts. And- of course- Jef was offered the job, which he plans on taking as soon as the paper work stating salary and blahblahblah is in hand. Looks like we wont have to live in any cheap hotels in the foreseeable future.
So- It looks like things are getting back to *cough*hack*gag*hatethisword* NORMAL around these parts.
--The Milk Maid says normal is for sissies. Or maybe brudders. Perhaps an aunt or uncle.

9 comments:

Marcy "meg" said...

Congrats on the new job! I knew someone would scarf him up very soon.... Also glad you got your clinicals all worked out and that your school is almost out!

ProfCJ said...

Dude, that is SO how the former boss-man would put it!

Also, I can't tell you how many of my students weep for joy when they exit their final exam for A&P. I, being a joysucker, ask innocently if they have to take A&P II as well...

my cowgirl alter-ego said...

Woo hoo on the job! Go Big J! I know you guys will miss each other though!

I so think you need scrubs with vampires on them. Do they make those?

Aunt Becky said...

Normal is for pussies.

B said...

profcj, you are an evil woman!!! we don't want to think about a&pII..not EVER!!

Congrats on being done with school, and on the tubular clinical site.

I knew Big J would get a job...Ava was bound to drive him crazy very quickly!

singletracey said...

Big J is so charming so of course he worked it and got the job! Yeah for school being over. Clinicals.. HOW FUN!@!!!

MISS YOU LOVE YOU and ALL THAT JAZZ~

Deena said...

Man...I thought I would have to wait until Friday Mish Mash to hear any updates! You made my day!
Glad school is over soon. And even gladder (is that a word?) the Big J got a job!!! YEAH!

babybound said...

So let me see if I got this straight. You aren't in LOVE with school? Wow. that's like totally different then everyone else in the world. School is where everyone always wants to be. School is where children pray they can spend their summers and in fact school is what all the best teenage angst flicks are about.

Right?

But glad to hear Jeff is gettin back to work.

Michell said...

Sounds like such a trying job interview. I don't know how he stood it. Lol. Glad the job worked out though. I so hear you on the A&P. That and microbiology were some of my favorite classes to be done with. Have fun at clinicals.