Tuesday, May 02, 2006

That's President Cowgirl

Now Shayna has decided she is my campaign manager when I run in the Presidential election. She already is working on a campaign slogan, and other tactics to be used to get votes! See what happens when I start talking politics? Now they have me running for office! Maybe there is something in the water, pia. I am a little young to run for that position, but I would consider being the mayor of my little town in Cornland...

So far watching Bree's children has been going without a hitch. Therefore, I don't have anything good to post about in regards to that. Except for her daughter asking me if I go on blind dates. Because she wants to set me up on one. OMG! Her mom got a big kick out of that one.

More of my friends in the IL ARNG just got called up to go to Iraq. I thought they were supposed to be withdrawling troops...

Leaving Friday to head to Kentucky, so I am excited. I am so tired that my enthusiasm is hard to display through my writing, but yeehaw!

11 Comments:

Anonymous cooper said...

First mayorship and the the world.

I am all for running for offices on the local level as that is wehre we can affect change.

Other than that at this time politics is a busniness as I see it and working to stop that would be worth it.

I'll join the campaign though so let us get to it.

11:33 AM  
Blogger brian said...

Holla cowgirl,
Before I forget, I got my ESPN Mag.May 8th edition yesterday. On Page 38 is a very, very funny "interview" with Giacomo about his experience in winning the Derby.LOL.
Glad you are having fun again, have a blast at the race and don't come back without some winnings.
Brian
P.S.
anyone now how to add a best of postings links in sidebar?

11:45 AM  
Blogger Miz BoheMia said...

I don't want you to be ever sent to Iraq and I am selfishly sad you joined.... although you are one brave and amazing woman for it indeed!

Blogger has been a bohemian hater and didn't let me comment on your last post!

Glad the surrogate mom job is going well!!!

Ooooh! President! First dibs on spanking bad boys! Did I say that? ;-)

12:41 PM  
Blogger BarnGoddess said...

We need more good women in politics! lol, that was funny about the blind date. Ive never been on one but my friend has, and she is marrying the guy in June.

2:09 PM  
Blogger BarnGoddess said...

We need more good women in politics! lol, that was funny about the blind date. Ive never been on one but my friend has, and she is marrying the guy in June.

2:10 PM  
Blogger Kyahgirl said...

Go for it Cowgirl!

And have a great time at the Derby :-)

2:41 PM  
Blogger Sar said...

Sorry I'm behind in commenting, Cowgirl.

You've got my vote!

5:15 PM  
Blogger Doug said...

Hey, I'm already a policy wonk. I mostly work on disability issues, but we'll have cornland ADA-compliant in no time. I think we have you covered.

5:28 PM  
Blogger avereragebusinessman said...

I think all you women would be good at politics.It is a game for the crafty and the witty. Excluding out present witless administration.

9:10 PM  
Anonymous pia said...

Agree with MizB about Iraq--guess everybody with half a brain does--which is why you're running for mayor and I'm not

Though doing a blogging faux presidental campaign could be fun.

5:42 AM  
Blogger Cowgirl said...

Coop - Awesome! I'll count you in. Politics is a business now, and that saddens me.

Brian - If I win money, I will be very happy!

Miz B, I hope I don't go to Iraq, but I will gladly go if called up.

That Blogger! Ugh. And first dibs are yours. ;)

Barngoddess, I would give it a go perhaps on the local level.

And she was straight up serious about setting me up...too funny.

Kyahgirl, I am excited about the derby fo sho. It's as close to a vacation as I am gonna come until maybe a little later on this year.

Sar, I'll mark you down. Thanks!

Doug, I am thrilled to have you along for the ride! Icky! Icky!

AverageBusinessman - I agree that there needs to be more women in politics. And certainly I agree about you witless remark.

pia, I don't want to be sent to Iraq either, but my unit has been deployed a lot, so perhaps I'll get lucky. But if I stay in, deployment is inevitable, I am afraid.

2:25 PM  

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