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time piece

Bloged in family, love and marriage by rod Thursday December 30, 2004

went to the mall today. That’s the second time in less than a week. Before that, I have no idea when was the last time I was in a mall. Ok, come to think of it, I think I told you about it. Anyway, today I went to look for a new watch.
My last watch was a wrangler watch from Wal-mart. I paid 14 dollars for it a couple years ago and it finally bit the dust a few months ago. Other than that, I’ve got a few Popeye watches that don’t always seem to say what I want to say with my timepiece. They basically say, “I yam what I yam.” But I need a watch that says that’s not all that I yam. So with some gig money from Christmas time, I set about finding a one-watch-goes-everywhere watch. One of those manly/metro/I-won’t-wear-just-any-ole-walmart-sundial watches. So Al and Will and Molly and I started browsing mall stores looking for such an item. When we finally made it to Watch World, the salesman said, “hey were you guys just down at the Sunglass Hut?” “Yeah,” I said, “just a few minutes ago.” So he reached behind the counter and pulled out a watch and said, “here’s the watch you asked me to pull.” “Oh, that wasn’t us,” I said. But I bought it anyway. It’s a sleek, black, Skagen. Definitely the coolest watch I’ve ever owned, thanks to Christmas gigs. No doubt, the first watch I’ve ever owned with a lifetime warranty. And all for less than you’d pay for a fine guitarist at your Christmas special event.
So with watch on wrist, and more style than I know what to do with, I slipped by the hairdo place to get a haircut while Al and the wee ones grabbed some grub at the food court. Al thought I was so awesome with my new watch and haircut that she couldn’t leave me alone, so we rented Bourne Supremacy, built a fire, sent the kids to bed, popped some corn and watched television together. We even held hands.

7 Responses to “time piece”

  1. Beth Says:

    Hello Rod,

    I’m glad you found a terrific watch! I always feel saddened when a watch I’ve grown attached to bites the dust.

    It sounds like you had a great evening watching the movie. That’s very sweet.

  2. The Skeptical Mystic Says:

    Great way to spend the holidays. Hope 2005 is a wondrous year for you and your loved ones.

  3. beth m Says:

    Rod,
    I glad you and Allison got to spend some time together. I know you both are always on the go. I have actully taken off the whole week and so has John. WE were in WV the first part of the week. (didn’t get to visit with your mom, will make time next trip up.) Mom is not doing as well as I thought so I spend most of the time with her.. We had a great visit.
    We have been busy with insurance companies trying to work out the stuff from Megan and Cory wreak.. John and TJ went looking at Cars yesterday. Sorry here i’m just rambling on.. It is wonderful and sweet that you and Al still can’t leave each other alone and hold hands… How long have you been married? It will be 22 years for John and I and we still can’t leave each other alone and hold hands.. The past 2 evening have been spent the same way at our house… except sending the kids to bed… TJ comes home way after we go to bed… I hope you and your family have a happy new year…

    OH did you great the email about Megan wonderful news..

  4. thepunkofpoetry Says:

    I just got a watch from payless shoes (i’m still in the wear a watch from anywhere phase; ironically, people always think I own EXPENSIVE watches…I just must have an uncanny ability to pick out cheap watches that look really expensive–i hope it doesn’t get me mugged). However, I didn’t think about sizing. And it’s too big. And I don’t know how to resize it. If I take it into a watch place, they will probably charge me more to resize it than what I paid for the actual watch in the first place. Figures.

  5. AL Says:

    It’s a really nice watch. I was afraid he wasn’t going to buy it because it was so expensive and he’s so practical. But it looks great. And he looks great :o)

  6. beth m Says:

    it is so wonderful you both are so open about the way u feel about each other… And how you feel about your famil;y Again thanks for sharing Rod… And Allison I have enjoyed reading your responses… I hope you both have a wonderful New Year… I hope this new year will be great for you and your family…

  7. the cyberdeck dialogue 2.0 (beta) » does anybody really know? Says:

    […] You may remember that I got a new watch almost exactly a year ago. I’ve been without it for some time now because the band broke, as bands are wont to do. Turns out that one can’t just run to Wal-mart and replace the band as it is fitted to the design of the watch. Also seems that retailers that sell the watch can’t sell replacement bands, so it took some tracking down, including voice mails and returned voice mails via voice mails, to find a way to contact Skagen and receive a new band. It was finally accomplished and I replaced the band last night before I went to bed. This morning at church, when I looked at my wrist and saw the time, I realized that I was 17 years, 4 months, 7 days, 9 hours and 23 minutes late. I just can’t keep up. But at least now I know it. […]

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