Tuesday, January 15, 2008

hey there everybody!

First of all, Lusee appears to not be preggers. boo hoo

Secondly, wine parties are freeking fun. Jess, where were you? But dang, women are LOUD. maybe next time I should open up the ping pong table so we can spread out a bit... good wine, good food (yum chocolate pumkin muffins-YEAH!) and good people made up a fantastic evening. There were some people missing that I really would have loved to see; I hope they felt a little good energy come there way last night....


also. oh crud. i forgot wh.... OH YEAH!! I wore my socks and I DID NOT HAVE TO PEE. It was amazing. they really work! I even found some antique cream bottles in a trash pile that are very pretty. (of course I haven't brought them in from the car yet....)

I am listening to into thin air and everyone is dying. i think it might be adding to my overall stress level. Next I think I will listen to something happy and 6th gradish, such as frindle or ... I can't even think of anything. even kid books are sad (charlottes web, where the red fern grows, island of the blue dolphin.) I really want a fluff peice. Maybe it is time for Bridgett Jones again. Any recommendations?


ok, I am off to the thrift store to take all the swap meet leftovers in....

5 comments:

Mildly Helpful Darcy said...

I just finished a book called "Don't bend over in the garden granny, you know them taters got eyes". My dad lent it to me, but I'd be happy to bring it in for you.

Anonymous said...

How about Me Talk Pretty One Day?

Nathan

We's got bigger trucks here in Texas said...

Anything by Pat McManus (I think that's the spelling). Or something by Bill Cosby on kids or marriage. Those are possibly the only two authors I've ever read where I have to stop reading after a while or risk physically hurting myself from laughing too darn hard! Dunno why, they just do that to me - especially if I read 'em out loud.

Benjamin

Penelope said...

I'm glad the party was great. Sorry I missed it. It still sucks here, but I love my Yoga class. Any book by Bill Bryson will make you laugh so hard you can't breathe. If you haven't read his books I recommend them

Anonymous said...

Or you should read the sisterhood of the traveling pants. very fun teenager brain candy. it's a series though, so be sure to start with the first one.
Liz