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Hungry, hungry

Last night, jillions and I took the boys out for sushi. They seem to do pretty good with all types of food, depending on whether they are 'eating' that day. Both of them ate chicken, shrimp, gyoza, the crab out of the California rolls, and Matthew stole some tuna out of some of Jill's sushi. Later, the kids went to sleep easily, with only a few questions. That left Jill and I to watch My Name is Earl and a couple of episodes of Medium. I really enjoy hanging out with Jill, because it's very comfortable. :) And the boys love her like she really is their Aunt Jill.

Today Michael went back for his post-surgical checkup. The doctor says everything is going well, and within a few months it should be perfect. YAY!

Scott came home today and it's GREAT to have him home. I always have insomnia, and it's made worse when I'm alone in the house. I didn't sleep at all Tuesday night, and very little on Wednesday. What that meant is that I could barely keep my eyes open today and forced myself to take a 45 minute nap this afternoon. I feel much better now, and hopefully I will sleep tonight.

Not feeling particularly witty or insightful tonight, so I'm just going to log out. Going back in my bag.

EDIT: Ate a peanut butter and banana sandwich, and remembered that there is a God.


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Oct. 21st, 2005 02:41 am (UTC)
was the Banama & Peanut Budder samwich fried, the way Elvis liked it?
Oct. 21st, 2005 02:42 am (UTC)
Re: PB&B
Nope. Just toasted.
Oct. 21st, 2005 02:44 pm (UTC)
Wow, I wish my dughter would eat like that. For her it's a staple menu of chicken, macaroni, and green beans (which I practically have to shove down her throat. I fed her a huge variety of foods when she was a baby...apparently that doesn't really work.

So, did you watch "My Name Is Earl?" It's one of the very few sitcoms I actually like right now. I love his stupid brother! (I think I've seen him at a local Walmart!)
Oct. 21st, 2005 03:42 pm (UTC)
I try to watch it regularly. Thank goodness for TIVO. Yeah, watching it is like being transported back to Alabama, only slightly more exxagerated (but not TOO exaggerated). There was too much stupidity and drama in people's lives, and if there wasn't enough drama, they would CREATE some. *laugh*

It's funny to see pieces of your childhood on TV. The child seats in the back of the El Camino always make me laugh! The way Joy's trailer is decorated. Things like that.
Oct. 21st, 2005 03:42 pm (UTC)
Note to self - run spell check before posting. Exaggerated.
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