November 11th, 2004

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Bring me back my mind!

Ok, whoever took off with my usual mind and replaced it with a somewhat more modern-day version of Betty Crocker needs to switch it back.

Well - I guess this is a pretty yummy place to be, so I'll accept it for ONE NIGHT.

I made wonton soup for the boys, with some rice noodles on the side. I then made a BIG cuppa hazelnut mocha cappachino - nice and frothy! I've been drinking that while making two batches of muffins. One is blueberry, the other chocolate chip (we have plenty left over from when I made homemade granola bars with the boys last time Betty Crocker took over my body). I haven't had my dinner yet. I'll probably wait until the boys go to bed and see what I'm up for.

Hmmm. The last time I baked (the granola bars) was also when Scott was out of town. What is it about being alone in the house that makes you want to clean, bake, do activities, sort socks or anything to occupy your mind and hands?

The boys are behaving very well, and as a special treat we moved their twin beds together so they can sleep together tonight in one big bed. We'll have to see how that works tonight whether they can keep it that way for a while.

I received TWO FedEx deliveries today. One made my day, the other made me blind. The first was about 10 this morning and it was my new Nokia 3200. I made a really nifty cover for it with some wood grain paper I had from my scrapbooking days and on the back I put a picture of the boys dressed as cowboys which was in sepia. Looks cool. I played with the radio on the phone, and it ROCKS. The camera is actually better than in my $250 Samsung phone.

Anyone want a Samsung V206 REALLY cheap? I've had it less than a year!

The second delivery was a large box, containing printouts of all of the pages from the external web site that I had to review for what needs to go, what needs to stay and what needs to be updated. Ummm....the pile of paper is A FOOT HIGH!!!! And they want me to finish by Monday and send it back FedEx by Tuesday morning?

Can I have some of what they are smoking?

GAR! Another bad thing - they are talking about my beloved Bextra being just as bad for you as Vioxx, which was just yanked off the market. What in the hell will I do if they yank Bextra as well?

Wow. I usually drink caffiene-free Diet Dr. Pepper. I'm now on my second fully-loaded cappachino.

CAN YOU TELL AT ALL BY THIS POST?????????
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You know you're from Alabama when...



You Know You're From Alabama When...


You have a party or a barbeque whenever Alabama plays Auburn in football.

You go to Gulf Shores every summer.

You call the Atlanta Braves baseball team "us" like they're actually from Alabama.

You would much rather visit Florida than California.

You don't "take", you "carry" or "tote"... as in "You want me to carry you down to the 7-11?"

A soft drink isn't soda, cola, or pop, it's Coke.

You call it a "buggy" and not a shopping cart.

You've said "fixin' to," "might could," or "usetacould" during the last week.

Someone you know has used a football schedule to plan their wedding date.

You know the meaning of the phrase "Fobbed again."

You can properly pronounce Eufaula, Opelika, Bayou La Batre, and Oneonta.

The Talladega 500 is the biggest sporting event of any sort during the entire year.

You know exactly what chitlins and mountain oysters are, and you know someone who eats them anyway.

You think that people who complain about the humidity in other states are sissies.

You aren't surprised to find rental movies, groceries, ammunition and bait all in the same store.

You've missed a wedding or a funeral to go to a football game.

Asian food is always "CHINESE" regardless of the fact that it may actually be Korean or Japanese or Thai

You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from Alabama.