Sorry...lost track of what I was talking about...
Oh yeah, my "shout out".
As I've likely mentioned in my blog before, my husband owns a limo service called Cheesehead Limousine. He bought his first limo when he was 18 years old and the man is now 34 (don't tell him I mentioned his age on the world wide web, okay?). He was an entrepreneur before I even had my drivers license (I'm waaaay younger than he is...okay not really THAT much young, but I'm a little younger).
This is my cutie hubby:
He's amazing at what he does. No really, I'm not just saying that because I'm married to the guy. (by the way, we'll be celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary this September!) He's a business owner and does a darn good job at it. Of course I always have a better way of doing something (HA HA) but really-he's pretty awesome.
The current Cheesehead fleet consists of 3 beautiful black limos and a party bus. Let's talk about the party bus for a second. When he first started talking about buying one last year, I was like "whatever". He would be the one to know if it would be a money maker or not. So he spend endless hours online trying to find the perfect bus and here's what he found:
It's okay. Laugh some more. I did. When we went to go pick it up, I gave him the "are you freaking kidding" look. He was psyched and I had no idea why--but, he went ahead with the purchase (got it pretty cheap, too!).
A few months went by and he didn't really talk about the bus that much. After Jesse (my husband) had taken all the stickers off of the exterior, it had pretty much had a new home at a body shop about an hour away, so I hadn't seen much of it. Then, one day my husband tells me that the bus is done and we can go get it.
Okay, I thought...we'll see how this thing turned out.
And my jaw dropped. That hideous yellow thing was transformed into this:
Here's a before shot of the interior:
|(those are cabinets...it had no seating)|
We rented it for ourselves a few weeks ago for a party with 12 friends...it was the BEST.TIME.EVER.
And now, the talks of getting a second party bus are in full swing. You wouldn't believe the number of people he has to turn down because he doesn't have one.