Who Am I?

Well, inquisitive reader, let me answer. I am a wife, a mom and I have chronic bad hair. I like made uppy words and Unnecessary Capitalization. If you know who the guy in the bottom right picture is, you're probably my best friend. Also, I own several Edward dolls which I write about HERE. No, I don't use drugs. By the way, if your love canned tomatoes, visit my stash HERE.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Keyboard Confessions

Every week I sit down and confess some things.  Mostly it's just an excuse to write a list.

1.  Through the miracle of technologicialaciousness, I am updating from the Apple store in Nashville.

2.  *cyber wave to Sara*

3.  It's nice to play hooky.  Or is it hookie?  Not to be confused with hickey.  Or hickie.  Confusified.

4.  Scones.  Aren't they manna from the heavens?  Yes they are.  Stop arguing.

5.  Also, there is no real ladylike way to remove scone crumbs from one's cleavage.  Because, the dig and search method is really tactless, the bend over and shake is really risque and the ignore-it-eventually-it-will-fall-out method is really never going to happen.  I must find a restroom.

6.  Also, today I had to shout the words "We don't lick!" at least three times.  I'll bet you wish you were around to know the context of that declaration.

7.  My frenn The Transient Pod is up to her armpit hairs in finals and boxes and hot cinnamon rolls, bless her.  It's almost enough to make you want to whisk away to the moon, isn't it?

8.  So in honor of her, here's a video for your viewing pleasure.  Also, everyone is singing this in my sphere of influence today.  It's true.  Even my Hubs, who grew up in The Void wherein only Carmen was easy listening.



9.  Go away, scone crumb!

10.  You know what I'm doing this afternoon?  Besides crumb removal I mean.  No?  Of course not, how could you?  I'll just tell you.  FABRIC SHOPPING.

11.  Once again, I can feel your jealousy vibes penetrating the innernets and monitor screens.  Look, I can't help it.  Once a rock star, always a rock star.  Just ask my buddy, Mr. Bowie.

12.  Also, he kind of scares me.

13.  I have a blister on the bottom of my pinky toe.

14.  One wouldn't think that a pinky toe blister would cause one to limp and wail, but one would be ever so wrong.

15.  Am I the only one in the world too chicken to Zuumba?  Is that how you even spell it?  I'm not even going to google it, because I want no Zoomba images to penetrate my irises.  Everyone who has Zhooobmahed, keep your positive Czumba comments to yourself.

16.  Go away, pinky toe blister!

17.  I was interviewed!  Wanna read it?  Of course you do, you can't get enough of my drivel.  It's all here.

18.  I enjoy giving interviews.  I also enjoy short walks in the mall and eating scones.

19.  Ooh, and fabric shopping.  And hooking.  Not that hooking, geez.

20.  Ok, off to remove that crumb.

Have a happy and pollen filled weekend, folks!

15 comments:

Beth said...

I am so glad I discovered your blog through your interview! You are just plain funny!

MiMi said...

All I could think of during this post was "David Bowie scares me." And then YOU said it! Twinsies.
Also: I love scones when they are filled with chocolate and/or nuts.

robin said...

scones are lovely! love you!

Miss Fit said...

Z. U. M. B. A. I hear its a blasty blast. I may go to the free class on mother's day. Thats all I'm saying. Ok, I lied. Is your blister on the left or right foot? I have one on the bottom of my right foot, between my big toe and mid. toe.

Creative Junkie said...

Watcha fabric shopping for? A new project? Will there be pictures?

How about pictures of the scone crumbs?

Aunt Vam said...

I would love to join you in the fabric shop! It's the second best place to choose good stuff, next to 31 Flavors!

Dee Crowe said...

you are my hero...totally...crumbs in the cleavage is a constant problem....

And the thing is, if the crumb is not removed..then you start to sweat the the crumb becomes itchy...and you feel like people are looking at your crumb cleavage and thinking of cookies and...ohhhh...I might need some therapy...

Anonymous said...

Please delete this message....

Much More Than Mommy said...

*fighting*
*fighting*
*losing*
You would have fun at Zumba. Especially if you were at a class with me.

Cleavage crumbs = snack for later.

The Retired One said...

If you keep crumb fishing or removal bending, you could be mistaken for hooking....just sayin'....
be careful out there...there are a lot of men with crumb fetishes out there.....
not that I (ahem) would know.....

Shannon said...

so glad i found you...following you as well, loved your interview with dee @say anything...you have an awesome blog,and i can't wait to read more!

Aunt Melissa said...

I of course don't have the issue of crumb removal to discuss - what am I missing out on huh?

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

You never cease to make me laugh so hard I have to clutch my belly. I usually cause those around me to look concerned... I LOVE your fab. sense of humor!!! Dang girl!! :)

Queenie Jeannie said...

I hope your pinky toe blister is better now! I DID have a happy but pollen filled weekend - thanks!

How's about we skip the pollen next weekend, ok???

Clemson Girl said...

I *adore* fabric shopping! What are you shopping for?

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