Friday, July 24, 2009

Big Girl Bed

Last night when I arrived home from work my little girl was super excited to show me her new bedroom set up. While I was at work Ashley had taken down her bed/crib that she has used since she was born. Ashley said it kinda got to her packing up all her baby things and realizing our little girl is growing up. It seems like everyday she is changing whether it be behavior, speech, moves, or anything along those lines. This made me wonder what the next big step for her may be and when will we have another on the way. I am ready at any time because we do have a good family and would like to add another boy to the mix. If not girls are ok too but they are going to be tuff ballerinas.

It was neat to see how excited Kylee was too just because she had a new bed with ballerinas on it that as she said "would fly in the clouds like ballerinas!" As anyone probably thinks their own children are the most adorable things in the world and better than anyone Else's kid but I believe with Kylee she is meant to do something great one day. I don't know what or when it will happen but she is going to do something to make a difference in our lives and others.

Love you Ky and Ass,


Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Smooth Sailing

Once on the plane we couldn't believe what we had already gone through at that point. I figured as long as the plane stayed in the air all way going well. We didn't hold up the plane too much because we still landed in Las Vegas on schedule. Once we landed in Vegas we spoke to my mom and found out that she had found us a room in L.A. just 6 blocks from the Staples Center. With an hour layover ahead of us we thought we would get a bite to eat. I didn't want to be a second late to board our final flight to L.A. so we waited 30 minutes before we were scheduled to depart. I soon noticed that we were not boarding on time and immediately spoke with the lady at the front desk asking why. We were scheduled to arrive in L.A. @ 3:45 p.m. and could have 2 hours of traffic getting to Dodger Stadium to receive our tickets. The lady at the desk then informed me there was a problem with the #2 engine and didn't know if the plane would be "ok" to go....

Friday, July 10, 2009

King of Pop Part 1

My wife and I were lucky enough to be apart of the Michael Jackson Memorial on July 7th in Los Angeles California. After he had passed away Ashley (my wife) found out they were having a "lottery" drawing that would give 8700 lucky fans or people the chance to attend the memorial. It didn't include airfare, hotel, food, or all expenses paid. It was just two seats guaranteed to say you were there. Getting there was a bit of a fiasco as we couldn't find plane tickets and of course didn't have the money to throw down either. After making several phone calls, we were lucky enough to have a good enough friend who helped us with the tickets (Arnie we love you). Once we got the tickets it was 9:45 a.m. and the plane departed DIA at 11:45 a.m. So right away we were on the road, but not without Ashley doing an interview for 9 news. Once on the way I managed to get pulled over in between Ft. Lupton and Brighton by the Chief of Police himself. I told him our story which I doubt he had ever heard that excuse because it is something that is and will only happen once in this life time. Luckily enough he must have been a Michael Jackson fan because after I was checked for outstanding warrants he let us go. We arrived at DIA at 11:15 a.m. after dropping our daughter Kylee of with grandma Lauren. Once again before we went through security Ashley and I had to do yet another interview this time with Fox 31. Through security and through the terminal we ran as our flight was about to take off. I beat Ashley to the gate only to have the B*@ch at the counter tell me we couldn't board the plane because we were 1 minute too late! Even though she had just let another passenger on right in front of us, I tried to explain our situation but she said we shouldn't have been late. Immediately I asked to speak with supervisor or manager while Ashley sat down and started crying... To Be Continued!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Being The "Man" of The House

Short and simple... Being the man in the house requires you to be the one to put a roof over the family's head and food in their stomachs. To me it means doing whatever is necessary for those to happen, whether it be working multiple jobs or robbing a bank.

I would do whatever it takes to get the job done, legal or illegal it would be done. So to everyone who is experiencing tough times... Pipe down, put your head up and do what you have to do. Be a why not guy instead of a why guy.

Funny thing about being the man of the house though is that you still have wifeys rules to live by! Damn that shouldn't work that way, but it does and I have learned no matter what just DOOB IT!

Man this post sucks sorry

<3 U Ky & Ass

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

What a treat!

Took me a little while to re coop after the Lakewood nationals last Saturday night! Not so much from drinking or partying but from the kick ass time I had. This was the first year I have got to go with Scotty which made it fun, and the wife had an awesome time! I tried not to run off without her too much this year but it still happened a couple times! Sorry babe, just a lot going on and people I know.

Ashley and I did have an awakening Saturday on how big of a douche Chad Reed could be. It is kinda sad that his "body guard" got more respect from us than he did. If it wasn't for fans like my wife and I he wouldn't be making the money he is. I would consider myself a Reed fan all the way from the Yammer Hammer years, his ups and downs and have supported him the whole time. Last years supercross for example I was rooting for Reed all the way till the very end, and so was Ashley. Having a 2 almost 3 year old little girl that I would love to get started racing sometime in her future, it makes it hard for me to have even her look up to him.

To me someone to look up to would be someone that holds their head up high when things are bad, never gives up, and has a passion for what they do. This brings me to my next evaluation from Saturday night. Mike Alessi is ONE BAD ASS MOTHER F*@KER! Not only did he suit up and race only 2 weeks after breaking his knee cap, but he took the time for his fans that day... Something Reed has always failed to do. He did end up hitting the deck pretty hard in moto 1 but leave it up to IRON Mike to not only get up but start his bike and ride for another 3 laps!

Alessi you are the man and I must admit you have been on my "list" before but after this season especially after Lakewood you have all my respect not only as a rider/racer, but as a person! So thanks for putting on a show even though you are not even close to 100%, and taking time for the fans.

Friday, June 26, 2009


Tomorrow shit is hitting the fan @ Thunder Valley! Gonna be out there all day and can't wait to see the track. Hoping the racing is good and the weather will be even better. Rain or shine its gonna be awesome. Thats it for now no more blog battles

Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Yea its only 3 days away and I am so excited I could pee my pants thinking about it. The racing should be good with some guys out on injuries. Hopefully Shorty can come away with the win but I think that Reed is probably the favorite going into the race. All those guys had a week off so maybe everyone is fresh enough to make both motos a good race. Another interesting thing would be to see if Mike Alessi shows up, if he does I don't think he will still have the strength to win but he could salvage some valuable points!

Don't forget it is under the lights again for the second year in a row! I will be out there by 10 gettin my tan on and the pits open up at 12.

See ya out there

Love you Kylee and Mommy Renee

PS I think the wife is almost as excited as I am... but she just wants to see Chad Reed