Re: Good News!( And a warning to all ya'll down south)
"dwight" <tfrog93@GEEmail.com> wrote in message
: "SVTKate" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
: > Aww hell, he's a nice kid! Smart as a whip, nearly has his degree in
: > business management and has a great sense of humor.
: > HAH! He's a redhead too, he could be my redheaded step child LOL
: > I'll keep him as an adopted son, even if they decide they are just
: > :)
: > After all, I'm not sure he has ever DRIVEN a Cobra... maybe I should let
: > him
: > give her a run.
: > Kate
: And if she's going to kill another car, let it be his Chevy.
: Emily has stopped bringing her dates home to meet us. I'm always afraid
: because they drive Camaros. Or, worse, Scions.
I agree 100% about the Camaro instead of my car. Sooner or later her bad
luck has to run out.
I'm going to have to find her a cheapo little car though.
He was here again last night, Sunday supper at mom's house .
We talked about it a little and he is determined to let/teach her how to
drive his race car and to start with his Camaro. I reminded him that
insurance does not usually cover if you crash during a speed event,
He looked me and grinned and said "Yes momma" Sooooooooo Shame on HIM if
I can't imagine my kids never bringing home dates. They just know that is
what is expected. I think they like to torture those poor boys by subjecting
them to mom. It's kinda fun. They always ask me "what do you think mom?" I
have actually had to run off a couple of the guys they have dated.
One of them, when Kristen was 17, He was about 22. I knew him because he had
dated her older sister a couple of years before, the creep. I looked him
square in the eye and said "Hmm.. I think I know you! He said yea.... I said
very firmly "I think you're a little too old to be dating my daughter.. can
you spell JAILBAIT?" Funny thing, he made his escape and never called again.
Well, now that one is married, the other a confirmed bachelor and Kristen
on her way here, I suppose that it has changed some..