~Meeting In The Ladies Room was featured at afterellen.com and EurOut.com. Karen, Pam and I are so thrilled with support our book is getting on an international level and by such diverse audiences. We are so grateful! We'll be giving away more signed books and prizes soon.
~Dawn Langstroth's Highwire CD. I know it's already been on the list but I still listen to it every day! It's giving my Brandi Carlile CDs some stiff competition.
~Trader Joe's Sesame Soy Ginger Vinaigrette.
~Sonny finally found out that Dominic/Dante is his son. That took long enough!
~My crock pot. I've been asking the Buddha of What's For Dinner to bless the crock pot inventor every night.
~A light bulb that was dead in my bathroom for weeks suddenly came back to life and is shining bright. It must be the light at the end of the tunnel!
Our Bêtes Noires:
~Calls with customer service departments when the customer service person asks how they can help me at the beginning of the call then the call ends with them telling me they can't help me. I know we complain about this a lot but customer service everywhere still sucks.
~People are still using sexy photos of breasts to remind women to get mammograms. How come I never see sexy elbow photos to remind people to get tested for bone cancer? I don't think I have ever seen a photo of a butt in cute undies to remind me to get checked for colorectal cancer. Why are sexy breasts ok to advertise breast cancer awareness? It's just stupid.
~Nurses need to stop taking a patient's blood pressure AFTER WEIGHING THEM, especially if that patient has raging PMS or has just knocked over her urine sample. I am sure the national rates of high blood pressure in women will be reduced dramatically if blood pressure is checked before the patient is weighed, not after.
~A light bulb that was dead in my bathroom for weeks suddenly came back to life and is shining bright. The world is about to end.
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