Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year!

I just wanted to take a moment and wish everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR. I will be taking some time off of blogging, so, SEE YOU NEXT YEAR.

And I finally decided WHAT I want for Christmas so;

Dear Santa:

I have been a good girl all year. I know that Christmas has passed and that gave you an opportunity to take care of other people in need. Now as a belated Christmas Present, this is who I want. He can come wrapped in a bow but I plan on taking down the tree tomorrow, so just a bow and nothing else IS fine with me.

I hope you got all the rest of your deliverys out on time.


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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Will this work for New Years?

Here is my order:
Vitamen B6, B12, B Complex, and some white wine for me. I would also like a man that is taking that product they advertise, extenze. One night in a cheap hotel....

Hey it has been a long year and I think I deserve it!

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mmmhmmm see if I take any more vitamin B

Hee Hee. Just letting ya'll know I still exist. It has been in the 70's here all week and we have been spending some time outside. Tomorrow it will be cold again, SO, lol, look forward to a wordy post tonight.

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Chaos retreat

Today was a good day. It didn't start out that way but it ended really well. It started out dreary and cleaning out closets. Then I called my friend Mrs. L. No wait, I texted her to call me. Hee Hee. Are I lazy or what?

We met up at the park with her kids and mine. Her husband was along for the afternoon. I got a real kick out of the park. There was a daddy there with his kid (s), an elderly couple there with what I am guessing (grandkids), a young couple with a little boy, another couple with a group of kids, Mr. and Mrs. L and their kids, me and my kids, and some weirdo playing a violin. What I enjoyed was the men playing with their kids. That is something you don't see often and here there was a park full.

Mr L made Lucy puke. That was fun. He was spinning the kids on the 'merry go round' and all the sudden it wasn't so "Merry" anymore. Then Mr. L took the flying leap at the slide, to surprise his youngest one, and went assets over tea kettle in the process. I ended up making a few trips to the cars to clean up kids or change clothes. OK, clean up Lucy. Then I was on Wipe standby because she realized she didn't have to have dirty hands.

Lets see… Kate went assets over tea kettle backwards down the slide, Mrs. L did something, I can't remember what, the one daddy kept running interference with his daughter (I finally told him that she was a kid, let it be), one of the kids present with the grandparents went for a fall into the water filled covert, did I mention I got a workout walking to and from the cars three times? I mean really, I didn't go there to exercise. I was getting paranoid though, it seemed like more adults were getting wounded then kids and I was kind of petrified to move much.

I kind of got the creeps when we went to leave though. I mean it is a public park, so I really couldn't say anything. But the violin guy just stopped playing in the middle of a waltz when we started to pack up and like walked with us to the cars. I just kept counting heads to make sure he didn't grab one of the girls. But he waved good bye at his car and put his violin in through the open window and was gone before we even got the cars loaded.

(as I type Lulu is here giggling in her sleep and she just had an odd convulsion, I think she was sliding.)

Kids all got Dairy Queen for an afternoon treat and then my girls and I visited with Mr. and Mrs. L at their house.

Lucy never got her nap.

Molly and Kate are going through the same 'tweenie byatch-ie-ness and uncontrollable eating. That was refreshing. That is a horrible thing to say! But true. Molly is so sweet to everyone but her family (and via versa with Kate) and it was nice to not be alone in the world. Also, I have never been in someone's home where I felt so welcomed to be there. IT was a real treat. I didn't want to leave! But Lucy reminded me of not 'overstaying a welcome' by informing me it was time to go. Molly started to whine that she didn't want to go. Awww.

I got home hoping to find that Sue had stayed off her foot only to find it swelled up like a melon. She had taken over in my closet where I had left off. *SIGH* That really made me feel bad about staying gone all day. I honestly thought she might stay off her leg but she didn't. Adults, you can't tell them a damn thing (us even).

I didn't get any park pictures because JennyJo still has not returned my camera or even answered her phone when I tried to call to inquire about it.

I have to take the time to clean out my car tomorrow. It looks and smells like a pig sty. That is about it. I could laminate about the jerk off hunters that were out last night. But I won't they are not worth it. But tonight I am prepared, if they come around here again tonight, I got the shotgun loaded by the back door. Someone is going to get their asses peppered. Yes indeedy. I am tired of this redneck BS that they put us through.

And I even remembered to get Harry his chew on the way home.



Saturday, December 27, 2008

Day Two

Quote of the day:
Lulu is wearing big girl panties and can't decide which is the correct way to have them. If she pulls them to high she gets a Wedgie, if they are to low they sag. She is pulling a wedgie out and Molly says, "From the look on her face I guess she found treasure." Of course Molly was refering to something on TV and not her sister but we all got a kick out of it.

Song of the day: "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)" by Rupert Holmes

Lulu felt better today. I guess the middle of the night was a one shot deal.

So far we have done 6 loads of wash and there are about two loads to go. The last two loads are the dogs blankets. Of course two loads was the blankets off of my bed from Lulu and her vomiting spree.

I don't know what made her sick to her tummy but I do know that prior to her vomiting, she burped. Then she patted her tummy and vomited. It is a little fuzzy. I don't do the middle of the night sleep interruption's to well.

Molly is giving me a hard time about her foot. She is tired of it being inmobil. We got into two arguments about that. One of them at the store. LOL. I went after Christmas shopping. I got about 12 rolls of paper and two of the boxes that are designed for bulbs. (50 and 75% off). I also got two new pillows. I have lost 4 pillows this year and I am down to 2 pillows, so I figured that was fair. I got two and then I figure I will get two more after the first of the year. I am a pillow girl.

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The joy luck club

Thanks Santa.

From 1:30 am to 3:30 am I was tending to a vomiting Lulu. It was vomit followed by dunking the baby in the tub and then the follow up stripping of the bed. LOL. She managed to hit everything on the bed except for two pillow cases. GRRR. So, today brings laundry day a day early. Oh well. I got to bed about 4 am and then was up at 6:30 am. Oh well.

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Friday, December 26, 2008

The first day after Christmas

Santa brought me the means to get a Gateway ML6732 laptop! It is not the best laptop out there but it is the best I could get local that I had enough money for. But it is really super nice. I am trying to get used to a few things and slowly but surely I am getting acclimated to it. LOL. But the keyboard is so noisy next to my old one! Oh well.

The kids had a great Christmas morning. It started a little later this year than last year's 2:30am; it waited until 5:30am… where is the justice? Oh well. It took the girls about 3 hours to open everything. It seemed like at the last minute we started to get packages in from all over. Lucy did well, she opened all most all of her presents, she had about three left over but took care of that a little later. Molly was greatly satisfied to find that Santa got most of everything on her list.

We had time to get the FIRST mess cleaned up and then we had our breakfast company show up. They brought presents. LOL. Round two, this time with four kids; wow four kids can do some serious damage to a house! We just got done with opening that round of presents and Tony and his mom showed up with stuff for Lulu (and a few "things" for Amanda). Round three I missed, Brian chose that minute to call. Oh well. All was forgotten when Lulu walked into the living room and discovered the "Kitchen" and accessories. She and DJ and Kayleigh took care of that with Tony for about two hours. Talk about a busy bunch.

Sue got a surprise pair of Champaign Diamond earrings. They are the "Journey symbol" and flat out gorgeous. She got a few other nominal things (including reindeer poop) and she was very pleased.

Harry got a chainsaw (darn I pick out good pressies). Hee Hee Hee. His has been on the fritz for about six months. Now he can use the new one and get the old one rebuilt to have as backup.

I got the "Get Smart" movie and enough cash and gift cards to get this. Oooooh. It is nice.

Everyone got a small nap and then it was off to dinner up the street. The kids played outside for a bit and then we ate and went home. I think everyone was in bed and cutting the Z's by nine.

And then today; we spent the majority of the day attempting to put stuff away. Yea. Right. Some things are just not meant to happen. If ever I get my camera back from JennyJo R, I will take pictures of the girls stash and Sue's earrings and post them.

I am really pissed off with Jennyjo R. That is OK, this is the last year I make sure She and HER family is taken care of.

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Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas


Wishing You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas.
Lots of Love
From the Ganoe family to yours


Wednesday, December 24, 2008

my tree

Here is the link to track santa

hee hee these would have been a lot better if Jen R returned my camera today like she said she would. These are with my camera phone. But then she also borrowed a dress for her little girl and didn't return the coat with it and when i asked her about it, she said I never let her have the coat. I am a little pissed right now. Honest. I have had a bad enough week then to have my best friend try to pull a fast one. But then, maybe it is time for a new BFF, Eth?




Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Happy Birthday to Me!

Just putting a little spot up for peeps to wish meeemeeee mee mee a very happy birthday! :) Cheezy? OK... why not?

molly and her foot

we had company and with company comes....
another view

That is the artwork of Tapainga, Molly, and Lulu.
I am gonna try to upload some pic's of the girls on Comanche from the birthday party. However, photobucket is testing my patience tonight!

OK maybe not!
Ana and Dessie
Ana holding the horse, DJ and Kayleigh on the horse
Donna on the horse
Sky and Lulu
Jen R
A disturbed Freckles
Freckles High Tailing it Because he is REALLY irate

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Sunday, December 21, 2008

One more trial

My uncle George died this morning.

I have been on the landline all morning telling people because my aunt Mary is unable to do it.

The police allowed my Aunt to use their phone to call me because they couldn't get a hold of their kids (little George is the one married to the woman I complain about on my blog about the grandkids and George is a good person, itis his wife that does the trecherous things to the kids) anyway, I had to go up there and tell little George his daddy died. He knew. I walked in the door and he just sat down and started to cry. I guess it was the look on my face or the fact I pulled in his driveway 100 mph, who knows. It was really hard to tell him and UNFAIR that I had to be the one.

I loved my Uncle George. He was a sport! I can remember on Thanks Giving one year he offered to say grace, "Rub a dub dub, thanks for the grub, The Prayer's complete, Let's Eat!" And it made Aunt Mary so mad, she is very religious. I have to this day been sure to repeat the prayer at turkey day dinner every year. Even if just to myself.

My Aunt Sue's favorite memory of George is when Robin and Betty were little girls, they got into a 50 dollar jar of powder, Sue had just cleaned them up (her husband was overseas with the military) and Mary and George showed up for a visit. George hugged and kissed the kids and said to Sue, "My gosh your kids always smell so good" Hee Hee Hee, Sue wanted to kill the kids but she was like, THANKS. Hee Hee.

I can also remember when they lived on Beaver Dam road in Selkirk and I was riding a bike with Little Mary and we crashed. He told me that I was OK. I was skinned all to the dickens and I can remember talking about the booboo's with him. I don't remember what was said, but I remember it was OK.

There were bad times to, BUT they had 4 large frammed boys living in their home and 2 girls. Life was not always a rose garden. George being a towering 6'7 had to be the one to be the bad guy, just for control of the chaos. I mean, really can you see a 5'8, 110 lb woman, controling 4 6'4-6'7 sized boys? Nah, me either!

Love you Uncle George and I will miss you dearly. May God Rest your soul.
'lil Jenn or Jenn-Jenn however you liked me best


Friday, December 19, 2008

the 90 mph pitstop

short and simple, molly broke her left foot tonight, I am just getting to bed (12:06 am).

How? LOL, bringing me a pen! I was wrapping presents and she brought a name tag into the room, left the room, pivoted on her left foot to come back in and give me the pen in her hand, twisted her ankle (heel went to the ankle twist!), fell down on her ass and I heard the god awful CRACK.

Long and short she has a definate sprain but the X-ray revieled that the small bone on the outside going from the (pinky toe) up is split the long way (not across) about half way down it.

They set the foot to a mouldable splint and refered me to an orthapedic surgeon for her. They said they couldn't do anything for her she has to see a specalist on Monday.

Have I done something wrong here? It feels like all the sudden I am being horribly punished! Whatever it was, I'm sorry! Does that help? LOL.

But the b-day party is still a GO for tomorrow. LOL. Wow, my little big trouper.

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Renie Look Here, I found Suzy Snowflake!

Suzy Snowflake
Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett
Here comes Suzy Snowflake,
Dressed in a snow-white gown,
Tap, tap, tappin' at your windowpane
To tell you she's in town.

Here comes Suzy Snowflake;
Soon you will hear her say,
"Come out ev'ryone and play with me;
I haven't long to stay.

If you want to make a snowman,
I'll help you make one, two, three.
If you wanna take a sleigh ride,
The ride's on me."

Here comes Suzy Snowflake;
Look at her tumblin' down,
Bringing joy to ev'ry girl and boy;
Suzy's come to town


Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The Honorable Miss Molly

Song of the day,"Happy Birthday" you pick the artist
Song of the day,"Another Day in Paradise" Phil Collins

Quote of the day, "Did you wrap your mothers gifts? She is after all just going to open them." Sue.
Me, "Uth... DUH?"
"No, no, that didn't come out how I meant" Sue.
"Well, no u got a point there, I think your on to something." Me.
At this point we both start to crack up because I know damn good and well what she is talking about.

Happy #10 birthday to Miss Molly. Her day was great. She opened one present this morning and one was her choice. I brought her ice cream cake to school at 12:30 per her homeroom teacher. The kids were wild about it. They were all like, Ms Ganoe is cool. There is another child in her class celebrating a b-day today so I made a point to get red plates for the boys and purple ones for the girls. Yep. I never thought I'd hear that one! While they were having the party Molly informed me that the "magician" who was visiting the school this morning wished her a happy birthday as part of his show. COOL. I picked up a 2 cupcake puppy cake for the girls to have a little party at home for themselves. Molly opened her remaining presents. She knew what she was getting for her birthday day this year so it was no big surprise. Hee Hee. That one will come on Saturday!

I realized that I don't like being the nice person today. J I had to run to the store (dollar store!) and get the party supplies, I had to get the cake and take it to the school, while at the school I had to fill out the party invites for Saturday (I already know who is coming but courtesy I allow Molly to invite her classmates), then I ran back to the store (dollar store) and picked up the things for Lulu's party tomorrow at her school, ran to Fred's to pick up the gift for the gift exchange at the daycare, ran to Wal-Mart to pick up stuff to make cookies for the daycare (and the puppy dog cake), picked up the kids, dropped off the party supplies at the daycare, noticed my gas light was on (OOPS), got gas (cused the greedy Motherfuckers at OPEC for cutting oil production), and dropped Christmas cards off in the mail.

Time… Lets see. I was at the school from 12:30 to 1:45 and had to pick Molly up at 2:45… so I DID THE BULK of that running in 1 hour. I am super MOM. I am Cool MOM.

Let us see… got home around 4:00 pm, made a pot of coffee, fed the kids, started baking cookies (realized I hate baking cookies) (the oven don't work so I have to use the counter convection oven and do 10 cookies at a time), fed the dogs, fed the horses, washed dishes, wrapped presents for teachers and secret Santa, baked cookies, baked cookies, put the kids in the bath, helped Molly with her homework, made Christmas cards for the kids friends and teachers, wrapped the cookies on Christmas plates with red cellophane paper, Realized that I never did Molly's cake at home for her and lulu, dug out a candle and did the b-day song and cake, coffee pot beeped that it was shutting off, poured myself a cup of 2 hour old coffee, did dishes,( I am so glad we use the FINE china {paper plates} because I sure as hell have a lot of damn dishes I always end up doing), realized I washed MY COFFEE CUP, got kids ready for bed, cleaned up wrapping mess (lol ok, I piled it on the spare bed), decided not to make the Fudge and peanut butter cookies, swept floor (kitchen), let dogs in, Sue got up from her nap and went with Harry to the drug store to get cough drops and aspirin (it is 7:30 now), put my PJ's on (said to hell with a shower I will get it in the morning!), rocked Lulu and watched the Victoria Secret's Fashion show, put Lulu to bed, took a shower, watched rest of show and realized that I had said to hell with shower and put clean clothes in the dirty hamper, realized that I never had my cup of coffee, poured coffee, lit a smoke, turned on computer, realized it is 9:30 and 5 hour old coffee taste nasty, took two Tylenol and a cold pill, and now I am blogging.

See… this is a regular type day for me when I am not in college. My break is HOW long? LOL. That thong and goat is looking awful inviting!

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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

You can call me ms numb buns tyvm

Let me see, Lulu had a setback yesterday and then felt better this morning. But while she was vomiting and running a fever I got in touch with my Spanish teacher and we arranged to meet after the holidays to do the exam. Which means… study study study… so I don't forget anything I learned the last three months?

So, with Lu feeling better, I brought her to day care and Sue shopping. Sue wanted to go to Augusta, which is 70 miles from the house or 100 miles from the kids school and daycare. But, I can't really tell her no, so off we went. And went. And went. I took her to Lowes, I took her to SAMS club, and we finished with Dillards. She had me pick out some ornaments for the tree. Who me? Hee Hee. Well I got an over sized Santa and Snowman at Sams. At Dillards I got a seahorse and baby, a dragon, and a peacock. I also got a ballerina kitty with a string of lights and a puppy head. They had pickles so I got a Christmas pickle too (seeing we can't find ours). Why oh why would anyone have me pick out ornaments? I mean it is NO grand secret, I AM DERANGED! LOL. But … but… deranged in a good way! I just have this warped perspective of what I like and I like original. The items I picked out were very pretty and in good taste. Ok, well, they were colorful and matched the no match theme of the tree. Whatever.

I spoke briefly to NYPINTA yesterday and she is doing OK. Her area of NY didn't get it as bad as the surrounding areas and she had power but no internet. Just an update. Maybe she posted, I just didn't get around to checking BLOgs.

Speaking of blogs; you know how when you log on there is a blog roll of who updated (not ppl you subscribe to but just updates ) well that was rolling as I waited for my logon to go thru and I realized that porn has made it to bogger. And not just the hussys that make us do word veri either, I mean things with xxx titles… that I am assuming are porn bots or something. What happened to clean wholesome fun?

Riding back from the big city today it hit me. What a long ass drive. LOL. Good thing I love my aunt! I was fidgeting and very uncomfortable by the time we picked Molly up! I stopped to order her ice cream cake at DQ and it was like OMG I have two dead weights instead of legs! I stretched and walked around and then went in. The manager was like ( I order all the bday cakes there) Jenn are you OK? And I said yes. He told me I looked tired. I paid for the cake and told him what time I'd be by to pick it up.

So, then the next obstacle was… "Mom I'm hungry" yea me too, I drank like a pot of coffee all day and I am weak. I look at the new Zaxby's across the street. I had been promising Molly that I'd take her. Note, don't order take out when your hungry. I ordered a party platter of wings and fingers and a house salad. Then fries for lulu. It was $43 bucks. It was really good but the five of us ate like 1/3 of it. LOL. Guess it will be chicken leftovers for awhile!

Pick up lu and head for the house (we ate the chicken at the house, for the record). We get about halfway home and Harry calls. I hand the phone to Sue. Harry's dad died and no one told him. His sister stop by AFTER the burial THREE MILES DOWN THE DAMN ROAD and wanted to know why he wasn't there. Man oh Man. HIS fathers' wife is a fucking bitch. I am sorry, that was wrong. WRONG. W R O N G. Ohhhh I cussed and so did Sue and we fussed the rest of the way home about how and why it was wrong. Harry had a right to know when his dad died. He had a right to be at the burial. Point blank, end of story. Linda did NOT have the right to keep him from the burial because she doesn't like him. I hope the douche bag chokes to death in her sleep and knows it is happening. That is wrong of me to wish ill on Linda but not as wrong as her keeping Harry from his father.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Hi, Hello, 'sup

Hee Hee Hee.

Well the water is getting clearer with Lulu. She was feeling much better this morning so I sent her to daycare so that i could study for this Spanish Exam I am tentativly going to take tomorrow.

Final Grades
Bio - C
Psych Adjustment - A

My spirits are higher then they were last week. LOL. I am pulling thru the murk and mud of Everything Caving IN LOL and the spring is back in my heart. I left a message on NYPINTA's voice mail seeking if she made it through the ice storm OK. I did break down and call Butthead (aka Molly's daddy) and he called into work because of the ice storm. Really he don't deserve to be called butthead today. He was rather pleasant on the telephone. I then bit the bullet and called my mom. My step fater answered and he said that in their area the telephone poles were snapping like twigs and so were large tree's. He said that they had downed poles as well as wires. WOW. But they have a wood burning stove so all should be well.

Other then that nothing to really report. I wrapped a few gifts yesterday while lulu was taking a nap. I had to laugh at the poor thing. Here is what happened...

We had to run to the store. She fell asleep about 2 miles from the house comming home and she was OUT. So, I carried her in the house and laid her on G'ma's bed. Harry laid down with her (he was tired and that way she wouldn't be scared when she woke up). ASo, when the rascal wakes up, she springs from the bed (scaring the living daylights out of Harry) and goes running... NEVER SEEING HARRY. LOL. So, she gets to the door and turns and says, "Oh!" and gets back in bed. Silly turd.

Molly's B-day is on Wed and I am bringing ice cream cake, her holiday party at school is thrus, early realease is fri, b-day party at home is Sat, Sun we are suppose to go to Augusta, I don't think we have anything planned on the 22, YEET, and the 23rd is MY B-DAY.. MARK IT ON THE CALANDARS!!!!.... IF YOU DON'T hear from me... Check with the Insane assylum.

Hope everyone is doing well, I will check your all's blogs as soon as possible.


Friday, December 12, 2008

I reckon I will just sleep in the bathroom

Is it stress? OMG. Let me tell you what. Lucy gets sleeping for the first time today without a fever. I wake up. Is there a justice there I don't know about? Not only do I wake up, but I wake up in a hurry because I have a Charlie horse in my left calf. OK, is this GOD's cruel joke or what? I get up to walk it out and find I have a sudden urge to vacate my bowels. I go into go potty and … feel like I made the world's largest contribution to the septic tank only to discover a turd about the size of a pea. All right GOD, my plate was full last week when it was the last week of classes and the instructors had their panties in a bind catching up on what hadn't been covered, and I had my plate full this week with finals. Then I got desert with Lucy and her Bronchitis and Molly with her Autism. Then what was today? A cruel joke? So, I am sitting on the potty for the third time (at 2 am) just knowing beyond knowledge that I am going to shit my brains out have a case of diarrhea like none other, and I hear, Thump, Ani barking like there is someone kicking in the door, and a cry with a question mark.
So, I wipe, flush, and wash my hands and then go to attend my child. I turn the light on (the crying stopped) and look. She fell out of my bed and into the dirty clothes basket (great aim) and was sitting there looking at me like I did it. I picked her up and loved her a minute and felt for fever (Yea no fever) and my uncle came in and took her into the living room. I light a cig and stand in the door. Here is my big opportunity to lie down without Lucy and get some well needed rest. I snub out the cig, selfish me wants to sleep. I get in bed and get comphie and cramps once again plague my lower abdominal area. Once again, I go to the potty and NOTHING. C'mon. Shit or stop making me run to the POT. Damnit!

I spent the day in the ER with Lucy. I got a call after my first final today and had to go and get lil bit. I took her to the ER. She had a high fever and appeared to be in respiratory distress. We got there at 10:35am and left at 6:40pm. I was grouchy. My arms hurt from holding her (she would not lie on the bed) my back hurt from holding her, my ass hurt from sitting and holding her on the bed, in the chair, and pacing. My fingers hurt from text messaging. LOL. Thank God my Cell came back to life. I text messaged my second teacher for the final today and let her know where I was and what was going on. She was like an angel. She gave me an INC. for the class and told me to nurse Lucy and get with her next week to do the final. I hope God has a special place for that lady.

So, what was wrong with Lucy? She had a 1 in 5 reaction (but not allergic reaction) to an antibiotic called Ceclor. The high fever is a rejection reaction to the synthetic antibiotic. I can't take Ceclor myself. I had an allergic reaction to it when it first got introduced on the market. So, the entire day was spent flushing the crap out of her system with the aid of IV (that and she dehydrated) and the Tylenol/Motrin cocktail. They released her three times and all three times they took her temp just one last time to find it had sky rocketed to 104.2, 104.7, and 101.5. C'mon guys. Give me a break. So, it was strip the baby, wipe her with wet washcloths, et al. I called the house 4 times and said We are about to leave the hospital and the last time I just said, hey I will call you when we are in the car and pointed for the house.

Needless to say the girls missed their appointment with Santa Clause. I came home and molly was dressed in her brown and pink velvet dress and her pearls. My heart ached. She looked so pretty. My friend Jennifer was suppose to come and get her and take her for me but she stood my youngin' up and I am just a little pissed off.

Hope your day went better!

Wednesday, December 10, 2008


Song of the day: "Last Christmas" Wham

Quote of the day: "The fact is, sometimes it's hard to walk in a single woman's shoes. That's why we need really special ones now and then to make the walk a little more fun." Jenny Bicks, Sex and the City, A Woman's Right To Shoes, 2003

I should be studying Bio for tomorrow! Lol. Really I should. I had to fill out the paperwork for the Psychologist for today for Amanda.

In case you missed my comments on yesterday post, I got a 95 on the Psych adjustment final. Is that not SWEEEEEEET?

I need a 100 tomorrow to get a B. I have a 78 average in that class right now. Ohhhhh me. Lol. But, Amanda comes first and there are like 30 left now before I have to go and get her to take her to this appointment. If I don't have to be in there for the appointment, then I will study my Bio, I have it all set up to look over.

I forgot my cash at home so we will be hungry today! LOL. Oh, ya know, sometimes it rains, sometimes it poors... I mean hee hee... pours. Frudian slip.

Doc W said that his perliminary exam that Molly has either a high functioning form of autism or aspingers disease. We will have more test done in three weeks.

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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Good News and Bad

Song of the day:"Jingle Bell Rock" any artist

Quote of the day:"Hee Hee, you want my fudge, eth?" Jenn Ganoe as she licks the remains of chocolate evidence from her lips. "Huh, what? Fudge? Havn't seen any."

Sue and Harry took Lulu to the doctor for me this afternoon. Lulu has bronchitis. It came on just like that too. She was fine last night before the bath and after the bath (before I got done with mine) she was coughing and hacking. I did every home remedy I could for her last night and then she started to run a fever. Sue called me at school and said that She and Harry were going to pick her up from the daycare and take her to the Doctor. Sigh. Hopefully she will be well by Christmas.

First exam went well. I think I got a high grade. Depending on my grade for the book report grade i should have a low A or a high B in the Psych Adjustment class. Yea.

Thursday will mark the end of exams and classes until Jan 12. Due to the high cost of Dishnetwork I may be disconnecting from the internet. I can not afford to keep paying them. It is not worth it really. I don't have a connection if it rains or if it is over cast, when I do have a connection, the connection speed I have is slower then dial up. At times there is some performance but for the most part the last 18 months with dishnetwork has been a living nightmare. They never processed my rebate (for either the tv or the internet) and I am paying $20 more for the internet connection and $10 more for the television then we were orginally quoted and taxes on top of that number. My bill averages $119 a month and I should be paying $7o (before taxes) and the worst is they said that they were not eligable for taxes but we are thus taxed. Sigh.

It don't pay to have dial up out here because we live on a clay road and the line has been damaged so many times by the road and grounds crew that the connection with that is ok but you can't upload pictures or streamline video. They do have DSL or broadband I am not sure which; in this area but the converters are limited and we have been on a waiting list for the last five years. They do call every so often and ask if we still want to be on the waiting list. Sigh.

Anyway, if I am not online at the end of the month, please do not worry, I will be back January 12 or in that area. And this weight is my cross to bear and I am not asking for help, I am just letting you know I am at the end of my rope with this internet outfit and any internet outfits avail. in this area.

SO, that is that. Molly has her Psych appointment tomorrow afternoon. I have two finals on Thursday.

here is a link to a blog that is in spanish but very sensual are the graphics. I want to save the link so I can translate some of the poetry later.

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Monday, December 08, 2008

My schedule for this week

Quote of the day:
“I have lived no cloistered life
and hold in contempt the
wise man who has not lived
and the scholar who will not share.
“There have been many wiser men than I,
but few have traveled as much road.

“I have seen life from the
top down and the bottom up.
I know how it looks both ways.
And I know there is wisdom
and there is hope.”

L. Ron Hubbard
Song of the day:"Major Tom" David Bowie

Monday - Slack off - think about book report due tomorrow morning - slack off some more - eat fudge, read email - think about book report, listen to the mail as read by Sue and Harry and watch them have nervous breakdowns over the medicare coverage changes - eat more fudge - feel hips expanding- open books and pretend to work on book report- leave to get kids about 2pm
Tuesday - Exam 9:15 am until 11:15 am (prolly be in there an hour)Psych Adjustment
Wednesday - At the school to study and finish up work
Thursday - Exam 9:15 - 11:15 bio, Exam 1:45-3:45pm Spanish


More tree details

As I sit here eating a piece of my home made fudge, it melting in my in my mouth only to be washed down by a cool glass of milk; I am also uploading pic's to my photobucket. Man this fudge is good. The consistancy is meltable delicious and chocolatly choclate and as it melts it dries your mouth out in a quiet request for ice cold milk. MMmmmMmmMmmm.

Quote of the day:"It is a farce to call any being virtuous whose virtues do not result from the exercise of its own reason." Mary Shelley (1797-1851)

Song of the day:"3 a.m." by Matchbox 20

A piece of my Horoscope for today "...The internal dialogue could drive you crazy if you are not careful..." Ok, are they saying I am going to start hearing voices and communicating with them? Holy crap. OK, first I am going to get older in a few days and now I am going to start hearing voices. *SIGH* I quess the question is, should I answer them? And if i do, should I do it outloud? Hee Hee Hee.

This ornament is a cow. Yes. Only nypinta really understands that one.
This is a reindeer in a snowglode the deer has silvr antlers (that tarnish damnit, how am I suppose to fix that?) I bought this set of three the first year my mother wasn't speaking to me. I meant to send them to her but I liked them to much to have her go all Jimi Hendrix on them.
Rubber Ducky your the one! This is Molly's. Lulu figured out how to get the duck out of the globe! But that is kinda fixed now.
Molly's "Ani Dog" and Sues Shopper
My preg lady. THis was given to my by Judy at the Chrysler Dealership I worked at when I was preg for Molly.
Molly's Dalmation Dog and my big Santa, the big santa is used to fill in hole's that appear in the tree.
Ice Skates, made by Robin for Sue or I think it was Robin that made them. I don't remember. Well she made them for the benifit of this post, how is that!


Sunday, December 07, 2008

Christmas tree mostly done

I created a new photobucket or seartch mollylulu @ photobucket

Song of the day: "Raindrops keep falling on my head" by B.J. Thomas

Quote of the day: "Love doesn't make the world go round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile." Franklin P. Jones

I am sitting here in the quit looking at the tree. I am alternating looking at it with my glasses off and then on. I like it with my glasses off. I think people miss some beauty when all they see is clearly. What I see is a green background with round colorful orbs. Then I put my glasses on and it is crystal clear and pristine. Intresting.

I still have to go through and re-arange some things, the girls managed to put like 4 or 5 bulbs to a branch in some places, but I think they did really good. What I am going to try to do is take some pictures of the special bulbs and tell you a little about them.
View from the other doorway, see it is not leaning, it must be the way I fluffed the branches.
Here I zoomed in on the banana. Molly's ornament when she was three. She saw it at Macys and had to have it. She is always very careful with it (better be the sucker was $12), the angel and the rose are hand blown from Oglasvi in Wheeling W.Va. they are Sue's, Harry had them made for her.
In this one is pictured one of the two hummingbirds I got Harry last year for christms. One from Molly and one from Lulu. The bear in the globe is part of a group of three ornaments (the others are somewhere else on the tree) The gold chain link rope/trim was my grandmothers and goes on the tree everyyear weather it fits or not.
This is basically the same picture just zoomed less, you can see the gingerbread man from Brandon one year, and the red wreath that my grandma had knitted. Keep looking. There are hundreds of ornaments on that tree!

To me the tree is very important. I revel in the history and sentimental value of different ornaments. There are some cheap ones that I want to throw away every year, there are some of questionable taste (the banana, the pickle,the pregnant woman) and there are some that are just pretty. I will zoom in more over the next week or so and try to add them over here. I will also get to updating my sidebar and put both photobucket links up.

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Saturday, December 06, 2008

I'm a Norwegian Forest Cat

[b]You Are a Norwegian Forest Cat[/b]
You are both athletic and adventurous. You dream of climbing the highest mountain and surfing the biggest waves.
While you are active and spirited, you are also sweet and cuddly.You're very family oriented, and you love to be around people.
[url=]What Breed of Cat Are You?[/url]

Anyway, that code didn't work and the other one gives me an error. Whatever. LOL. I have spent the entire day putting together the TREE and putting the lights on it. I took a midday nap and back to work. THe downfall of having a big tree. I now have Tapainga over and she is helping Lu and Molly clean and put bulbs up

*edit* We got done with the tree about 7 p.m., got into relax mode and then had to run to the store for Harry around 8pm, we got home around 10:30 and I just got the two tweenies into the bed. Lulu is fighting sleep and I am ready to CRASH. LOL. I am TIRED. Thank God the girls put the ornaments on the tree, it was so much work to get it out of the shed, then to put it up, putting it up took Lulu and I about three hours. But then, hee hee, the little one helping me, oh well. Sue and Molly checked the lights while we were doing the later.

Off to write an email and then go to bed. Nighters

**edit Edit** no emails tonight, Lulu is not going to bed and I got to go be mommy.

Friday, December 05, 2008

pic's of the parade

Quote of the day:"He who has no Christmas in his heart will never find Christmas under a tree." Roy L. Smith
Song of the day: "O come all ye faithful"
The bobcat mascot
uth huh, we r in the kuntry
The best shot of mr and Ms east georgia college
The crazy looking clown that scared the kids
The horse that the fellow was having a hard time controlling and I made my two and Ana's 4 back up out of the way. I think it is cruel to put a horse in a parade that is nervous like that. At least give him a dose of a sedative to calm him down. You can't see it in that pic but his chest had about an inch of white froth on it and so did between his legs. His ears were flat back and his chin was cruely held to his neck.
Molly on stage at the carolers stand
Thank God that's over!!!!
I have abot 50 other pic's of the parade but they either are way blurry, the ugly fat chick was in the way, it was too dark, it was too redneck.... whatever.

And I have nothing against being ugly or fat, hey I look in the mirror everyday! But I asked this woman several times to please stop jumping in front of me and she was rude. So I shall call her ugly and fat and I shall post a pic of her fat swainsboro ass

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Christmas in Los Angeles is always interesting. Seeing carolers dressed in Bermuda shorts...groping their way through the smog singing: "It came upon a midnight clear."

Some of these new toys are so creative and inventive. This year they have a Neurotic Doll. It's wound up already.
I bought my friend some gift-wrap for Christmas. I took it to the gift-wrap counter and told them to wrap it, but in different paper, so he'd know when to stop unwrapping.
When I was young we were poor. We didn't have a Christmas tree, we had a Christmas stump.
When I was a kid our Christmases were very poor. We couldn't afford tinsel. We had to wait for grandpa to sneeze.
Christmas is a time when people get emotional over family ties, particularly if they have to wear them.
I remember my dad was chopping in a toy store. He said, "That's a terrific train set. I'll buy it."
The Clerk said, "Great, I'm sure your son will love it."
Dad said, "Maybe you're right. I'll take two."
They say that Santa comes but once a year. I can't understand that, considering all the bedrooms he visits.
Q: What do you get if you cross Raquel Welch and Santa Claus?A: A thank you card from Santa.
Q: Why does Santa wear pink underwear?A: He's a man. He did all his laundry in the one load.
It was so cold on Christmas Eve at the North Pole that Santa had to jump-start three of his reindeer.

Another night before christmas

T'WAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS - OLD SANTA WAS PISSEDT'was the night before Christmas - Old Santa was pissedHe cussed out the elves and threw down his listMiserable little brats, ungrateful little jerksI have good mind to scrap the whole worksI've busted my ass for damn near a yearInstead of "Thanks Santa" - what do I hearThe old lady bitches cause I work late at nightThe elves want more money - The reindeer all fightRudolph got drunk and goosed all the maidsDonner is pregnant and Vixen has AIDSAnd just when I thought that things would get betterThose a**holes from IRS sent me a letterThey say I owe taxes - if that ain't damn funnyWho the hell ever sent Santa Clause any moneyAnd the kids these days - they all are the pitsThey want the impossible ...Those mean little sh*tsI spent a whole year making wagons and sledsAssembling dolls...Their arms, legs and headsI made a ton of yo yo's - No request for themThey want computers and robots...they think I'm IBM!If you think that's bad...just picture thisTry holding those brats...with their pants full of pissThey pull on my nose - they grab at my beardAnd if I don't smile..the parents think I'm weirdFlying through the air...dodging the treesFalling down chimneys and skinning my kneesI'm quitting this job...there's just no enjoymentI'll sit on my fat ass and draw unemploymentThere's no Christmas this year... now you know the reasonI found me a blonde... I'm going SOUTH for the season!

For Cosmic Cat

Cat's Christmas
'Twas the night before Christmas And all through the house Not a creature was stirring, Not even a mouse.
'Cuzz the cat had pounced on him And tore him apart - Ate his mouse intestines And chewed up his heart.
Kitty thought he heard sleighbells, Which made him take pause - He stopped daintily licking The blood from his claws.
"Must be Santa," thought Kitty (That quite clever cat) 'Cuz nobody else climbs down The chimney like that.
Indeed it was ol' Santa So jolly and fat With a huge load of presents And all for the cat!
"Wow, the best Christmas ever!" Kitty thought with a purr, Then he coughed up a hairball And shed some more fur!

I love this time of the year

Song of the day:"Mickey" Toni Basil

Quote of the day: "Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity or registering wrongs." Charlotte Bronte

Christmas Funny of the day

Office Holiday Memo
To: All Employees From: Management Subject: Office conduct during the Christmas season
Effective immediately, employees should keep in mind the following guidelines in compliance with FROLIC (the Federal Revelry Office and Leisure Industry Council).
1. Running aluminum foil through the paper shredder to make tinsel is discouraged.
2. Playing Jingle Bells on the push-button phone is forbidden (it runs up an incredible long distance bill)
3. Work requests are not to be filed under "Bah humbug."
4. Company cars are not to be used to go over the river and through the woods to Grandma's house.
5. All fruitcake is to be eaten BEFORE July 25. And not to be used as a doorstop.
6. Egg nog will NOT be dispensed in vending machines.
In spite of all this, the staff is encouraged to have a Happy Holiday.

Christmas Fact:
Little Known Christmas Fact
Not long ago and far away, Santa was getting ready for his annual trip...but there were problems everywhere.

Four of his elves were sick, and the trainee elves did not produce the toys as fast as the regular ones so Santa was beginning to feel the pressure of being behind schedule.

Then Mrs. Claus told Santa that her mom was coming to visit. This stressed Santa even more. When he went to harness the reindeer, he found that three of them were about to give birth and two had jumped the fence and were out, heaven knows where. More Stress. Then when he began to load the sleigh, one of the boards cracked and the toy bag fell to the ground and scattered the toys. So, frustrated, Santa went into the house for a cup of coffee and a shot of whiskey. When he went to the cupboard, he found the elves had hidden the liquor and there was nothing to drink. In his frustration, he dropped the coffee pot and it broke into hundreds of little pieces all over the he kitchen floor.

He went to get the broom and found that mice had eaten the straw it was made from.
Just then the doorbell rang and Santa cussed on his way to the door. He opened the door and there was a little angel with a great big Christmas tree. The angel said: "Where would you like to put this tree Santa?"

And that my friends, is how the little angel came to be on top of the Christmas tree.


Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Signs your sick of the Holidays

10 Signs You're Sick of the Holidays

10. You've got red and green bags under your eyes.
9. You're serving reindeer pot pie.
8. When you hear, "Sleigh bells ring, are you listenin'?," you scream, "NO, DAMMIT! I'M NOT LISTENING!!!"
7. You climb on your roof and start shooting carolers in the ass with your BB gun.
6. You think you hear your Christmas tree taunting you.
5. Instead of spending time with family, you're watching some guy make photocopies.
4. You're busted for running through town wearing nothing but mistletoe.
3. You've got eggnog coming out of your ears.
2. Your standard response, "And happy holidays to you too, you bastard!"
1. Two words tinsel rash.

More Signs You're Sick Of The Holidays

* You're busted for running through town wearing nothing but
mistletoe. (Really?)
* Your standard response, "And happy holidays to you too," as you
flip them the bird...
* Even with your eyes closed you see flashing Christmas lights.
* You feel like punching the next twit that says, "Ho,ho,ho."
* You want to overturn in the Salvation Army pot.
* You replace all the batteries in the kid's new toys with dead
* You put a Santa Claus headstone on your lawn to scare the kids.


Christmas Tid-Bit

According to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, while both male and female reindeer grow antlers in the summer each year, male reindeer drop their antlers at the beginning of winter, usually late November to mid-December. Female reindeer retain their antlers till after they give birth in the spring.Therefore, according to EVERY historical rendition depicting Santa's reindeer, EVERY single one of them, from Rudolph to Blitzen, had to be a girl.We should've known -- ONLY women would be able to drag a fat-assman in a red velvet suit all around the world in one night and not get lost.

Please Santa

Please, Santa

The Santa Claus at the mall was very surprised when a young lady
about twenty years old walked up and sat on his lap.
Santa doesn't usually take requests from adults, but she smiled
very nicely at him, so he asked her, "What do you want for
"Something for my mother, please." said the young lady.
"Something for your mother? Well, that's very thoughtful of you,''
smiled Santa. "What do you want me to bring her? "
Without blinking she replied, "A son-in-law!"


Song of the day: "It''s beginnig to look a lot like Christmas"

Quote of the day: "We will be meeting in our classroom for an open book exam." Ms. Todd, EGC Spanish Instructor

Christmas funny of the day:
Christmas Card Oops!
Last Christmas, grandpa was feeling his age, and found that
shopping for Christmas gifts had become too difficult. So he
decided to send checks to everyone instead.
In each card he wrote, "Buy your own present!" and mailed them
He enjoyed the usual flurry of family festivities, and it was
only after the holiday that he noticed that he had receiving very
few cards in return. Puzzled over this, he went into his study,
intending to write a couple of his relatives and ask what had
happened. It was then, as he cleared off his cluttered desk that
he got his answer. Under a stack of papers, he was horrified to
find the gift checks which he had forgotten to enclose with the

Tonight we had our Christmas Parade for Swainsboro. They did a really nice job. Too much of the New Cars from the two dealerships driving around the high political people and not enough floats. Hee Hee. I likes them floats, they throw candy! But this parade did not have a lot of candy throwers, so the kids were kind of disappointed. Not that it matters much, they don't eat the stuff.

I treated them to McDonalds first (we didn't have time to run home and eat and then make it back to town for the parade) and then we parked and found a spot. When we got onto the square, we found one of Molly's school friends and hung out with her family. I really liked them.

Then we went and found the area for the school kids that were going to be doing the Christmas Carols. Molly joined the recorders and Kaytlin joined the singers. (That is why we had to stay for the parade, Molly was going to be in it.) So, we parked our butts on the cold ass ground and made good of it. Lulu sat on Katlin's grandma's lap while I got closer and attempted to take pictures. Oh well. I attempted. The camera battery decided it was worked enough for the night.

I took Lulu back and she decided that she had to dance with one of Katlin's sisters. I did manage to record that but the camera dont have night vision so I don't know how well that will turn out.

When it was over I let them both get a crazy light thing and we went home.

Yea, Home. WooooHooo. I didn't eat McDoanalds (gives me the trott's) so I treated myself to a cold bowl of cereal. Molly did her homework and lulu used the big girls potty.

We had fun. But the day did not start out like that. Nope. I was in great spirits this morning. I got out of my first class and went to the library to study. Mal was having a mini crisis and texting me like mad. Then I decided to run down to see Ms. Todd and get some work for Mal (seeing she wouldn't be JOINING US ON THE LAST DAY OF CLASSES) and Ms. Todd informed me that we had a test today. Oh my word. But it was open book (thank god). I skipped my last lab class and took the time to finish up whatever Spanish stuff I had to finish. I then went to class. The test was hard, open book or not! But I think that I passed it. I hope I did.

But it was the last day of classes. Yippie. I have one final on tues and two finals on Thurs and one exam to make up tomorrow morning. And then it is done. Until January. Wow.

Recipe for W.O.W

You'll need the following:
1 cup of water
1 cup of sugar
4 large brown eggs
2 cups of dried fruit
1 teaspoon of salt
1 cup of brown sugar
Lemon juice Nuts
1 bottle of whisky
Sample the whisky to check for quality. Take a large bowl. Check the whisky again. To be sure it's the highest quality, pour one level cup and drink. Repeat. Turn on the electric mixer, beat one cup of butter in a large fluffy bowl. Add one teaspoon of sugar and beat again. Make sure the whisky is still OK. Cry another tup. Tune up the mixer. Beat two leggs and add to the bowl and chuck in the cup of dried fruit. Mix on the turner. If the fired druit gets stuck in the beaterers, pry it goose with a drewscriver. Sample the whisky to check for tonsisticity. Next, sift two cups of salt. Or something. Who cares? Check the whisky. Now sift the lemon juice and strain your nuts. Add one table. Spoon the sugar or something. Whatever you can find. Grease the oven. Turn the cake tin to 350 degrees. Don't forget to beat off the turner. Throw the bowl out of the window. Check the whisky again and go to bed.

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Oh the lameness of it all HEE HEE HEE HEEEEEEEEeeeeeEEEeee

Song of the day:" We didn't start the fire" by Billy Joel

Quote of the day: "I smoke ten to fifteen cigars a day. At my age I have to hold on to something." George Burns

Psychological Christmas Songs Borrowed from THIS web site.

Psychological Christmas Songs

SCHIZOPHRENIA - Do You Hear What I Hear?

MULTIPLE PERSONALITY - We Three Kings Disoriented Are...

DEMENTIA - I Think I'll Be Home For Christmas.

NARCISSISTIC - Hark The Herald Angels Sing (About Me)

MANIA - Deck the Halls and Walls and House and Lawn and Streets
and Stores and Office and Town and Spare No Expense!

PARANOIA - Santa Claus is Coming To Get Me.

PERSONALITY DISORDER - You Better Watch Out, I'm Gonna Cry, I'm
Gonna Pout, then MAYBE I'll tell you why.

OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE - Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell
Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell,
Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle
Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell,
Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle
Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle

BORDERLINE PERSONALITY - Thoughts of Roasting in an Open Fire.

PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE - On the First Day of Christmas My True Love
Gave to Me (and then took it all away).

Santa's Little Pills (could offend some)
A married woman walks up to Santa Claus and tells him that all she wants for Christmas is for her husband to be interested in sex. Santa then proceeds to give her a bottle of pills. He tells her to give them a try and then let him know how it's working.
So she takes the pills home and puts one pill in her husband's Christmas dinner. That night, they make love for one hour. The next day, she's running around thrilled and happy. "Oh, my God. I can't believe how well that worked," she thinks to herself. That night she puts two pills in his food and that night they make love for two hours. The next day, she's even more thrilled, so she dumps all the pills in his food.
Two weeks go by without any word from this woman, so Santa decides to give her a call. A little boy answers the phone. Santa says, "Little boy, is your mother home?"
"No, she's...who's this?" the little boy asks. "I'm a friend of your mother's and I gave her some pills to help her out a couple of weeks ago. Maybe you know how it's going?"
"That was you?!" the little boy says. "Let me tell you -- Mom's dead, sister's pregnant, my ass hurts and Dad's in the attic going, 'Here kitty, kitty, kitty.' "

I don't do well with disconnect

Song of the day: "Wait" White Lion
Quote of the day: "Keep your fears to yourself but share your courage with everyone." Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

Here is the letter I wrote to the DC morning show after holding for 20 minutes to be a part of the contest and then getting hung up on. ButI can't stay mad at them, LOL, sometimes that is the only part of my day where I get to laugh.

**EDIT** TO make it worse I can't activate my account over to their webpage. GRRRRRRR.

Dear DC and the Family morning show cast and crew;

I wanted to take a moment and say you should not be condoned for your telephone etiquette. I called to be a part of the contest and I might as well been waiting to talk to a cable company. If it was not for Kathleen coming on the phone line periodically; I could honestly compare you to the cable company or the phone company. Then the experience was topped by being hung up on. Come on, that was just wrong. Don’t you think? Make someone hang on for 20 miles and then just disconnect? I even pulled off the side of the road because I knew I was getting near a dead zone.

OK, done bitching. I want to say, I love your show and you have beautiful babies.

If you would like a laugh, here is the phone number for Santa, I think you have to call it from a cell phone and please don’t play it around your kids. 413-241-2498. I got it as a joke on my cell phone and laughed my firkin ass off. I don’t know if it works from a landline or not because at the end of it is the option to have it set as a ringtone.

The other question is with you being in the radio business, what is going to happen to FM radio when the digital switch comes around in February of 2009? The local news station has stated that they will be loosing their broadcast on the FM dial because of the switch. Does this mean that FM is going to all be filtered through things like Sirius or XM radio? I went to the FCC website but I couldn’t find any info on this topic. I tried calling the local news station but the number they have is for “just if you have a news tip” and they can’t seem to give you any worthy information.

Thanks for taking the time to read this.
Jenn G


Tuesday, December 02, 2008

First banks, insurance co's, auto, NOW writing

Writers beware, please go read this post at Candice's site. Readers beware. The litary world is in trouble.

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Not paying attention in class, blogging instead

Quote of the day: "Hey, I'm at the mall and I think Santa is looking for you 'cause he keeps yelling, 'Hoe Hoe Hoe'. Do you want me to tell him where you are?" Cell phone text message.

Song of the day: "Run, Run, Rudolph." Keith Richards

Second song of the day: "Jesse's Girl" Rick Springfield

Second quote of the day: "I have a problem with the mind to mouth filter" some student in my psych adjustment class

Today I am sporting un-brushed hair, no make-up, and glasses. I got up late and it was sacrifices pretty to have a clean butt. I chose the (once again) cold water butt bath. I realize sitting here in class that my glasses are scratched all to hell.

We are making a protein in Bio today. We named it "George" after Georgia Tech. Woah, what a win.

I remembered my lunch today. Figures they are having Potato Soup at the Café. Molly gave me a dirty look this morning while I was making it. She wanted to know why I get a soda and she has to have juice. I just told here that I am 36 (for a few more days) years old and I need the caffeine boost in the afternoon. She didn't like my answer. Tuff Cookies Chickadee.

OOOh. Ohh. I have reached 1 GB at photobucket and can not download anymore because my bucket is full. Ha. Now what? So, how do you all incorporate your photos on your blog w/out using online photo storage?

I realize sitting here that I think I hate being single. ESP this time of the year. It was some little young thing sitting behind me whispering how she got some diamond earrings that did it. I want diamond earrings. Damn it, I will date if that is what hunny's are handing out for gifts. Honest, I will. I will even been nice! Hee Hee.

Oh and Lulu has a hole in her bellybutton. Yes indeedy. I knew this day would come. I put a bandaid on it. That was a week ago. The bandaid is stuck. I don't know what is worse, LULU being convinced she has a booboo (ummhmmm Amanda put that idea in her head) or the fact that I played along with it and put a nexcare bandaid on it that won't come off.

So, when she bent over last night the the plumber in her showed, I said, "Lulu, your broke again." She asked what now. I said, "You got a crack in your butt" Needless to say, she gave me a dirty look.

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Monday, December 01, 2008

OOOh I got to be a wise butt today

Quote of the day: "Let me check my outgoing message, IF YOU LEAVE ONE CRUMB OR A WORD I WILL FIND YOU AND..." The Grinch

Song of the day: 1931 ... "Goodnight, Sweetheart" by Guy Lombardo

Christmas movie of the day: Halmark channel, "Single Santa seeks Mrs. Claus" and in all honesty it was a major toss up because the new "grinch" with Jim Carey was also airing on ABCFamily and that is my all time fav.

I used the toothfairy text message today at the parts store. The man in front of me was ordering a bunch of things and he said, "I can only get the front parts because I have to pay the propane man tomorrow $540, if I order the rear break parts then I will have to start selling my body." And he looked at me. I paused. I couldn't resist. He wasn't all that, I mean, I wouldn't buy. LOL.
Me: "Well you know prostuition orginated from the Toothfairy encouraging children to sell body parts for money." And I pulled this off in a semi-monotone and cold face. Brandon (the guy behind the counter who knows me, gave me a go eat dog poo look) was not amused; but the other customer was dumbfounded. He was like, "Really. Your right you know. Wow. Really. I got a bottle of booze out in the car, hey Brandon, you got some smart customers."
Brandon: "Smart assed maybe."
Me: "Awww. But it is true."

Aint cha glad you don't live in my shopping area and that you don't have to deal with me? Hee Hee Hee.

I also locked up the phone line for santa clause (same post). I sent it via text to 54 people. Then ppl started calling me and bitch that it was busy. Sigh. Can't seem to please anyone. But the phone number is listed on the other post.

Lulu found the moon today. She pointed to it and informed me it was the moon. So, when I changed direction on the road I asked her where it was and she found it again, "Right there momma. Right there." Job well done.

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