Thought you might like this little poem I wrote and posted on facebook :)
Based on a weekly ordeal Cathy and I face every week...to go...or not to go. haha!!! And then the never easy decision..WHAT to wear!
Thought you might enjoy it.
"Johnny's Hollister Idol"
Karaoke, gawkers, dancers, drinkers singles on the hunt...
Some of Hollisters finest are hanging around out front...
A place indeed where everyone knows your name..
You might wonder why we head there, Thus goes our game.......
While you are in the shower put your voice to the test...
Do your hair and your makeup...Oh, forget about the rest.
Try on a million shirts amid the shrieks and screams...
Grab your dancin' shoes and your fave pair of jeans.
Drive across town to meet all your karaoke buds,
Enjoying a glass of wine or a beer with lottsa suds.
We dance and sing to songs we haven't heard in years.
We seem to HEAR good when we SING all those beers...
Karaoke @ Johnny's the way to end a long week
Dance, relaxing and laughing is exactly what we seek.
Cowboys, Bikers and Hollister girls sing their favorite tune,
A bunch of crazy "Johnny Idols" just howling at the moon...
See ya there..or BE Square :)))
Don't know the way?..Follow the topless mitsibishi with the C.ville pumpkin bumper sticker!! That will be me and Cathy en route!!!! Come see what all the fuss is about ...lol.
May 14, 2009
We at Johnny's, without a doubt, adore our people!
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
I'm thrilled to say that I got to have a visit with Wolfy while he was home on a two week leave.
SSGT Basillo showed up Friday night with Wolfy in tow and was I thrilled to see them both. The Sarge was nice enough to let Wolfy spend the night at Johnny's so I could take him out on the town. I called his daddy Jonny to share the good news that his son was in town. He dashed right over when he was done working. We took Wolfy out for a couple of beers. I had to break Jonny's heart when he asked if his son was home for good. I told him that Wolfy was only here on leave was leaving the next day. I felt like I'd stabbed him in the heart. He's proud of his boy though. He had a nice evening of bonding and they said their goodbyes. For those of you who haven't read the Delta boys blog I'll tell you where our guys have been. In nine short months they have been to Wisconsin, Bangor-Maine, Dallas-Texas, and Chicago-Illinois just in the United States. They've been to Ireland, Germany and Kuwait. Their tour in Iraq has taken them to Tikrit, Kirkuk, Mosul, Bayji, Ramadi, Fallujah and Balad. I'm exhausted just writing it all down. Remember to keep our troops in your prayers. When the home coming is approaching we will let you know. There is going to be one heck of a party at Johnny's.
Posted by CAT at 5:56 PM