Thursday, September 22, 2011

Tone me down and break a board

I guess if there is one good thing about insomnia it at least has me writing this week. Well, writing at night on my blog, less so at work were I actually have deadlines and shit. Don't expect too much though. I don't have my glasses on so I can barely make out the letters I am typing. Add to that the pharmaceutical helper I just took and you never know what I'm going to say.

So anyone think I may have been a little over excited about Noah making a friend?

I know many of you understand why I'm excited, but I was a bit over the top the last couple days with my glee. More like I was the one that had a new BFF.

Think you know where this is going?

Yeah, NBF cancelled on Noah tonight for buddy board breaking at karate. His mom called and said he wasn't feeling well.

Yes, I know, he very well may not be feeling well. I shouldn't be reading something in to it. Except I can't quite help myself. My first thought was shit, what did Noah do to upset/scare/piss off NBF so he didn't want to come?

Or did I get too excited in front of the other mother and scare her away myself? One of my good friends did tell me the other day to be careful what I tell NBF's mom, to perhaps not be quite so open about our difficulties (wise woman that Julie).

Oh hell, who knows. Maybe he really was sick. Or maybe he got too nervous about karate and board breaking.


So let me tell you about board breaking! Awesomeness. Noah did it last year, but this is the first time I was able to break a board.

And I was fierce!

Behold the evidence!

I broke that sucker with my bare hand!

Noah rocked it out as well.

Here he is preparing to break the board with an axe kick (which I keep mishearing him say as an ass kick, and that makes me laugh).

Here he is focusing on the board.

A little game of what is harder, my head or the board.

Post break! Too bad mommy's camera doesn't get those speed shots.

It was fun, and I'm glad Noah let me be his buddy so I got to break my own board.

I'm taking it to work and putting it up on my office wall to remind people not to mess with me. ;)