Tuesday, September 25, 2007

HALO 3

This post is dedicated to the man I love, my husband, and the father of my children, Joseph Deschamps. He is such an amazing man. Not only does he have poison ivy all over along with swollen eyes, he's also been sick. But with all of that holding him down he still has the time and energy to go stand in line at GameStop at Midnight Tues morning to get his very own copy of Halo 3. It's so funny how excited he is about this game. You know what I'm talking about Kelli b/c as I type Joe's telling Jeremiah to use his 'rocket launcher'? Anyway I just thought I'd let all of my friends know that history was in the making last night for many game nerds around the nation, maybe around the world-who knows? So many kids and big kids (aka adults) are so pumped up about this game I just have to let out a little chuckle and smile. And don't worry we have about seven 12 packs of Halo 3 Mountain Dew Game Fuel so Joe's good to play all night while kicking some alien butt! So for all of you wives out there that won't be seeing their husbands to much for the next couple of weeks b/c of this game I know exactly what your going through and maybe we can start our own support group. Let me know if anyone is interested!

4 comments:

Kelli Lafranca said...

Yeah, I made the mistake of trying to actually hold a conversation with Jage that night with no luck. He kept saying stuff to me like "Aren't the graphics great?!" like I really care about the graphics. I just smiled and nodded like I cared =) He seriously worked his butt off with homework so he'd have time to play. Glad to see our husbands are on speaking terms again with the launch of Halo 3 =)

Covington's said...

I am glad that Joe is back in nerd land. I am very glad that Philip has not gotten into the whole "Halo" thing. It's bad enough that he always goes fishing and plays war games on the computer.

thecaillouets said...

you know i have been playing with trent. it's actually a fun game. you guys should try pllaying with your husbands. you might enjoy it. and major brownie points with them!!!

Maxwells said...

What is it with guys and halo. I don't get it. I am glad Mike hasn't found anyone to play with here. In New Orleans I would wake up at 2 in the morning and my husband wouldn't be at home. He would be at his friend's house playing till the wee hours.