Today We're FEELIN' GROOVY about:
~Really good coupons and savings certificates stores are sending out (too bad clothes are still uggglay!)
~Listening to my intuition and making right decisions.
~Gourmet White Popcorn from Trader Joe's in the blue striped bag. DELISH and not too salty or hully.
~I keep seeing our neighborhood on Big Love which is really good this season. I'll have to notice how many balls are in Barb's yard on the finale this Sunday!
~Cadbury Royal Dark mini eggs.
~That gross thing with my nails is all better!
Our Bêtes Noires:
~Circuit City's "Final Days" sale has gone on longer than the farewell tours of The Judds and Cher combined.
~Celebrities joining Twitter just to sell something. That's boring. I want to read that you can't decide what shoes to wear, that you're stuck in traffic, or that you just ate the best waffles of your life. Retweeting tweets about yourself on TMZ is just lame. Also, of you are a celebrity on twitter totally wanting followers and promoting that you are on twitter, don't just follow 12 other celebrities and Dooce. Follow some real people too because if you want to reach people in the real world you need to not be a robot. It's kind of like making eye contact with people in reality. Or, just stay on facebook.
~Feeling bad that I was right about the thing my intuition warned me about.
~There's something new and gross on my finger. WTF is going on? Every time I see Karen I make her look at something gross then give me her best Mom Diagnosis. Lucky for me it isn't the other way around! Her wound is hidden at least.
Are you watching American Idol? Who do you like so far? We like Adam Lambert.
***Thanks for all the good wishes you've been sending for for Karen. We both appreciate all your love and support. Karen's radiation treatment starts today so we may be slow in responding to your emails for a bit. Please do not take it personally. We're getting your emails, cards and gifts and feel all the love you're sending. We are full of gratitude for your kindness and attention.
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