Thursday, October 29, 2009

Oh happy day

Edward is very exited. He has his New Moon tickets all ready for the midnight show on Nov. 20th. I'm glad he's exited about something. He has been a real pill lately. Like, for example, he will sit next to me while i'm watching a movie or doing whatever at home and periodically he will growl, not at me, just growl. WTF? I have no idea what I did to offend him. I will have to catch you up on his shananigans around here. It's hard to complain about him when he is always near me. I don't understand, if he dislikes it here so much and is a jerk to me all the time, why he doesn't leave my side. I'm lucky now, he's out hunting. Spoke to soon, he's back. Talk to you later.



Friday, October 16, 2009

On the next Ghost Hunters!

Edward Cullen guest stars!



















"You will never spook Bella again!"

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

I find Edward's aversion to food very interesting. So I thought I would share a bit about what he does when there is food around. It is strange seeing someone turn his nose to all food and never eat. Sometimes his reactions make me laugh. Sometimes he gets annoyed at when I laugh at things that are part of his instinct and behavior. Then I remind him of his laughter when I have to sqint to see something far away, or drop something, or trip up the stairs, or knock something of my dresser, or jump when I didn't know someone was there......hmmmm....little bugger laughs at me a lot. Edward is really becoming quite the little punk. Anyway......




While looking at the plate, Edward was reminded of the last time he ate pizza. This didn't make me laugh, though. It made me say "awwww.." Then he made this soft little deep sound. I think it was supposed to be a growl. Didn't sound very tough to me.






















Here he is just totally disgusted. I have to admit that the picture does not do this pasta creation of leftovers any justice. Edward says "ew".
























Edward thought it would be fun to show that inhaling pepper doesn't make him sneeze. As if that constitutes superiority. Whatever, Edward. But can you walk out in the sun without looking fruity????? Didn't think so...

























Edward doesn't understand why people choose chemically modified carcinogens to real ingrediants that the body can actually break down and metabolize. I have to agree with him here. Sorry if any Sweet n Low fans are offended by Edward's opinion on the matter <---Added for political correctness.. yuck.






















I caught Edward investigating my popcorn at work. He was going to reach in and grab some, but I stopped him. This is a bank, so touching lots of germy things is an all day thing.


























Edward actually agreed with me that this was a good idea. I was shocked.
Clean hands are happy hands.




















Then he was allowed to play in the popcorn. He tried to explain to me scientifically how popcorn pops. Something about moisture and heat, and expansion or something like that. I wasn't really paying attention. Just eating.

"Here, take this. It's weird."


Monday, October 12, 2009

Sorry

I would just like to send a quick apology for the sloppyness of my posts...still trying to figure out blogger. I've noticed that it really likes to throw you curve balls.

I'm Trying

So I have been trying very hard to get in Edwards's good graces. It hasn't been the easiest thing to do. For the most part, at home, still pretty hostile but he has toned it down a bit. So I have been taking him plenty of places and he is definatly more relaxed when out of the house. I'm really going to have to get to the bottom of that one.

We took my nephew to the pumpkin patch so we decided to take Edward too.. Here he is organizing a buch of gourds.















Here he is rolling around a pumpkin....oviously.














I did take him to church with me, but instead of making him sit through the service I thought it would be good to give him a job to do so he wasn't bored. So I gave him my usual job of doing the sound. To my delight, he loved it. So he started doing that every week.























I manage to take him to work with me everyday. I work at a bank and thought that might be a fun place for Edward to hang out. He could alert us to anyone planning a robbery so it is helpful having him there. This is his first day there. I was at the drive thru, so Edward was enjoying the view of the rain. Once in a while I thought I heard a tiny sigh.















Then we had an auditor show up, so I had to tell Edward to hide. He didn't see the big deal, so I explained to him that a tiny plastic vampire roaming the branch may not seem professional to corporate snobs. His reply to that? "Wearing Etnies sneakers with dress pants may not seem professional, either."
SHUT UP, EDWARD!! He laughed and hid, anyway. He really is a good sport.

















All in all things seem to be looking up....for now.


Friday, October 9, 2009

I guess I should tell you all that I have the best husband in the world. He willfully went out and bought me my own mini Edward and insisted that I take him everywhere with me so that I wouldn't be lonely.......I know...it's hard to believe,, but just one of the perks of having the rare situation of a husband that loves twilight as much as me. I thank the Lord every day and never take it for granted.
I was so excited when I saw mini Edward for the first time and thought about some of the other blogs where girls are having the best time with their Edward and all the fun things they do together. I couldn't wait to take Edward to work, the store, on our trip to michigan, and everywhere else. So I carefully took Edward out of his plastic prison with a pair of scissors.(I was starting to think that I needed the jaws of life for that packaging..sheesh) He seemed moderatly calm when I finally got him out.(curious as to why he just didn't rip his way out, I later found out that he found my struggling with simple objects amusing) Anyway, as I said, he was pretty calm and looked to be enoying himself while checking out his new dwelling space. Even laughing with us a bit. But then, out of no where, his mood shifted to what seemed like furious disgust. I was quickly taken back by his anger and tried to calm him, but he was unresponsive.



It looked like he was taking this agressive, I'm going to make a meal out of you stance. I wasn't quite sure what to make of the situation and how to resolve it becaue he wouldn't tell me what was wrong. That is how the rest of the night went and even the next few days. I did take him to work with me and made a habit of always having him with me. He seems to be a bit better outside of the house. I'm not sure why. I think it is because he is more distracted when engaged in other situations. But that is just a theory right now. I guess I will just have to try to be understanding, however toward what I have no clue, and try to figure it out. Living with Edward isn't as easy as it looked.