Monthly Archives: July 2009

Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down

Thumbs Up: RAISINS. Especially the slightly salted ones found in trail mix bags (bonus when it’s been in the fridge). I don’t even bother with the chocolates/nuts, I will root out that raisin like a pig and its truffle. Oh, … Continue reading

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Awesome Show, Great Job!

Tim and Eric had a show at The Grove last night and I was in attendance. The only thing I can say about them is that anyone working there over the age of 25 who watched was probably stupified by … Continue reading

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Wimp Alert

I’m now sliding into that not-so healthy pattern I default to when I really don’t want to do something – start hoping against hope that I’ve slipped through the cracks and was forgotten about so I can get out of … Continue reading

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Dear God,

Can you end the misery that is the stress of first dates by either getting me hitched or just turn me into a hermit? And when I talk, don’t let me say words “guff” and “ubiquitous” and then wave my … Continue reading

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Song Obsession :: Head-Nodder Edition

I failed in a huge way by not catching Pete’s harmonica at the House of Blues concert 2 weeks ago. ¬†Catching a career 4 bridal bouquets would be enough training, you’d think. Anyway, my Pete Yorn summer song – Pete … Continue reading

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This is me with my future nieces and nephews (Book #40)

“I worry about exposing him to bands like Journey, the appreciation of which will surely bring him nothing but the opprobrium of his peers. Though he has often been resistant – children so seldom know what is good for them … Continue reading

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Good Week, Ahoy!

1. Finished that lovely accent modification workshop this weekend! My sister-in-law will be my first client (with a family discount offer of 20%, of course). As a friend said to me once I had gotten home, “So, how does it … Continue reading

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