Thursday, May 07, 2009

Where in the World is Vuboq Sandiego?

Good Morning, Kittens!

The rain seems to have stopped, the sun is trying to peek out from the clouds, and VUBOQ has lost total control of his senses ...

Yep. Totally Insane.

Bonkers.

KAH-RAY-ZEE.

See. It's like this. I met this guy, WF, online a few months ago. We've been IM'ing daily and phoning every couple of weeks. Well, he just bought me a plane ticket to ...



And, I thought "What the heck, I've never been." And, he doesn't seem like a serial killer (but, just in case, I have a text message backup plan arranged with a couple of friends, including this Fabulous Almost-Birthday Girl). In fact, he's quite nice.

I leave next Tuesday. Expect a lot of "WTF Am I Doing?" Posts between now and then.

And that's just Doozy #1 in a long line of recent Doozies ...

Have a great day! *smooches*

12 comments:

  1. I drove through Oklahoma once... And that's all I have to say about it.

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  2. I can't say Oklahoma is a paradise, but you will have fun none the less. Enjoy the moment!

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  3. My stepdaughters live in OKC. I never realized what they meant when they said the midwest was FLAT until I visited. Ugh.
    BUT. I met the DH on the internet, IMed and called muchly, decided to meet, and then he called and said his truck broke down in a town in northern Arizona I'd never heard of. I too had the calling-plan in place when I drove off to rescue his axe-murderer ass, and he didn't kill me and strew my parts about the desert, and he was actually pretty nice. Here's hoping your story turns out as well. And also, that there's more to do and better food in Tulsa than there is in Cameron, AZ.

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  4. WTF are you doing?

    Actually sounds kind of exciting. At the very least, LOTS of good posts will come from this.

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  5. Well, be careful and have fun. If you need some crazy bitches from Texas we are a short drive away. Have a great time!! Can't wait to hear about the trip.

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  6. anne marie in philly6:11 PM

    true story - spouse and I met thru a personal ad in the washington city paper. our first date - we went to a concert, he went home to his apt., and I went home to mine. the rest is history.

    you are VERY smart to have a backup plan!

    you HAVE to do this cause if you didn't you would sit around wondering "what if...".

    go VUBOQ!

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  7. Tulsa itself is actually not too bad, if you can avoid the intersection of 71st and Memorial - crazy amounts of traffic, due to it being the retail epicenter for a hundred miles in every direction. I don't know if it's true anymore, but that intersection was the most fatal in the nation for several years running.

    And remember; my husband met his wife on the internet, and he came down to Oklahoma for a visit - seems to have worked out pretty well for us, nearly twelve years later. Good luck, post lots of pictures!

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  8. I met my hubby to be online, so I can't help but be optimistic for you. Either way, have some fun! And be sure to post oodles, of course.

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  9. ohhhh that is FABULOUS!! and, like The Marathon Mom said, if you need the crazy texas bitches to come to your rescue, you know my number ;-) I can't believe you are going to be SO close and I probably won't see you :(

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  10. When I met my husband there wasn't any internet, so I have nothing to say about that.

    However, if I were in your shoes I would be dancing right out to Oklahoma. Good luck! Have fun!

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  11. When I had my first 'date' with the now-husband, my first question was whether he was an ax-murderer or not. He said he wasn't, so I went with it. Maybe not a foolproof method, but it worked for me. *grin. Have fun!!!

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