Today We're FEELIN' GROOVY about:
~Go Girl Sugar Free Energy Drink. I finally found it after a blogger suggested I try it a few months ago. Blogger, you were right! It tastes good and refreshing and not at all like battery acid. I am now officially addicted to it. We all know what that means: it will probably be discontinued soon. Buy it in bulk.
~Orville Redenbacher's 100 calorie packs of microwave Kettle Korn. It's really good and it makes your entire house smell like a carnival.
~Next week I am going to photograph the Salton Sea. I have always wanted to go there, even after seeing that horrible movie with Val Kilmer.
~I'm starting to make a dent in the 5326 emails I need to respond to! YAY! Since I got the iPhone, life got way easier. I can respond to stuff while I am in line at the post office or waiting at places. I love technology. Still, though, I don't look iPhone cool. I don't have a messenger bag.
Our Bêtes Noires:
~On The Tudors, last season His Majesty called Brandon Brandon and this season he keeps calling him Chaaaaahlz. They are the same person, right?
~It's sinus infection time of year again, so now I get to combine the oh-so-fashionable "baby-doll" maternity wear look with my head-is-going-to-explode expression, creating the strong appearance of pregnancy for all I meet [that is Karen. I just wear black t-shirts and jeans no matter what the temperature is. This outfit combined with the head about to explode expression works well with being an artist]
~My daughter DID return home from camping and kiss her Hai flat iron before kissing me!
~My husband is home sick today. My husband is sick and Karen's kids are sick. We're locked in our offices blogging with our faces tucked into our shirts so we don't catch any sickness.
~The problem with the iPhone is that whenever I text Karen the word delish, it auto-corrects it to relish. That is a HUGE difference. I need to learn how to fix that.
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