Wednesday, August 31, 2005

My Humps...My lovely lady lumps

How's your humpday?

  1. Woke up in my hotel room to the maid slapping me in the face with a pillow.
  2. Used Canadian change to pay for my Dunkin Donuts this morning.
  3. When asked for directions, I played it all Maine-like and told them "you can't get there from here."
  4. Thanked my lucky stars I am not from Louisiana.
  5. Narrowed that birthday list down. 16 days to go.
  6. Hooked up with my first Mountain Man.
  7. Thought about what Christmas will be like here.
  8. Actually heard someone say, "..and you get to poop in a hole."
  9. Wondered where the hell Katie Couric has been through this whole Hurricane ordeal. Why isn't she standing in the debreis with Anne and Al?
  10. Made 2 good wishes off eye lashes.

Thought of the Day

I'm glad I'm not Jennifer Aniston. I saw on Entertainment Tonight last night that Brad is now taking Jolie's kids out around Hollywood. US Weekly snapped the photos of him carrying around Zelda or whatever the baby's name is and holding Maddaux's hand while crossing the street. That's enough to drive J-AN to Shady Brook or teh Betty Ford clinic. Some people need to find their class. My Magic 8 Ball says It Is Decidely So that this one will end ugly.

Word of the Day

- word of the day is a new piece that will feature a word that has not been a part of my every day vocabulary in the past, but now has found it's way into my sentences since moving to Maine


Used in a sentence: Did you see that raccoon carcass in the street? He looked like a dog.

Monday, August 29, 2005

Reasons I know I am in Maine

...and NOT in Boston.

  1. The toll booth collectors are missing some teeth.
  2. There is more roadkill than litter in the streets.
  3. People use words like "folks" and "these parts" instead of "you guys" and "hood."
  4. The American Idol tour date is sold out.
  5. There are more country stations than rock stations on the radio.
  6. People still have this haircut.
  7. The hot dogs are red!
  8. Bug spray is everyone's favorite perfume.
  9. There is a whole new meaning to dollar store.
  10. Because I am here and you are NOT.

Thought of the Day

It seemed like a good idea to get another night in Boston and leave at 4AM. The jury is still out on that one. I am pretty tired. Sorry it took so long to get this blog up today but starting a new job is a lot of work. But, don't worry, my faitful readers. there will be planty of time to blog. It's pretty rainy up here which doesn't help with the transition, but I'm doing just fine.

Friday, August 26, 2005

Reasons I am going to hell

It's my last Friday in Boston for a long time. What better time to reflect on the things I have done during my time here that should get me a personal invite from the little red guy....
  • Put old parking tickets on my windshield to throw the meter maid off from re-ticketing my car.
  • Continuously stole lunch from the cafetaria upstairs from my office because the cashiers don't give a shit anyways cause they hate their job.
  • Told the shoe bomber they'd never check his shoes.
  • Put Chuckie Cheese tokens in a homeless person's panhandle cup.
  • Faked I was sleeping on the bus so I didn't have to give up my seat for the smelly old guy.
  • Added vodka to the gatorade cups at the marathon last April just to spice things up a bit.
  • I was really the person that bitch slapped Gary Sheffield in the right field stands at Fenway in May.
  • Threw a Rolling stones party from the homeless people's setup under Storrow Drive next to Fenway Park. Hey, they got a grill!
  • Didn't envoke my right to marry another woman.
  • And then, in the 3rd grade, I did the worst thing I ever done. I made this bottle of fake puke at home and brought it to the movies and during this quiet scene in the movie, I dumped it over the side of the balcony and said, "Hoo-Blaaah, hoo-blaaah! Hoo-blaaaah, hoo-blaaah!"

Thanks Boston! It's been worth the trip to hell....

I mean Maine. Be good while I am gone.

Thursday, August 25, 2005

I'm a 43 year old bus girl...

The title of my new book, the soon to be published book, the one day I'm gonna do it book...

For as long as I have wanted I have entertained the challenge of one day writing a book. It would be faction...a cross between fact and fiction. I have intended it to be a collection of my memories and yours. My pitfalls and yours. My new beginnings and maybe some of your endings. Honestly, it is why I started blogging in the first place. As a method to get my fingers typing and gas up the motor in my mind.

Well, every good book starts with a great title. [Although I have heard many authors refrain from naming their books until it is complete and the title serves as the reflection] Anyway, I have found my title. If this book never gets written, so be it! But, it WILL have a title.

I'm a 43 Year Old Bus Girl.

How did I come up with it? Easy. I just got off the phone with my mother, a 47 year old woman born and raised in Massachusetts. She owns a resturant in town and has done so for the past 10 years. Not only does she own it, but she manages it, sometimes serves at it and on certain days she has been known to pour the beers. Today though, I heard the best line I have ever heard come out of her mouth.

S: Hey mom, what's up?
M: Oh not much. Just getting ready for work?
S: Have you guys been busy lately?
M: Yes, we have been swamped and I had a bus boy call out sick for today. He was supposed to work a double. I have no one to work lunch now.
S: So, what are you gonna do?
M: I'm gonna do it!
S: What? You?
M: Yep. Me. I'm a 43 year old bus girl.
S: Mom, you're 47.
M: No. I'm 43 now.I

She was married at 18, fresh off high school graduation and her days of smoking weed on the Stoneham rocks. She moved to Norfolk, Virginia for her honeymoon with my officer's candidate father otherwise known as her high school sweetheart. Years later, after my father had passed away when I was five and she remarried again when I was thirteen, she gave birth to another child, my brother. Now, at 43 she busses tables and lies about her age.

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

The History of the Hump

Thought of the Day
Remember when we all got excited for Wednesday night becuase it was Beverly Hills 90210 night on FOX? For 7 years, Wednesday was my favorite day. Forget about it when Melrose Place started up in the 9PM block. I lived for Wednesdays. Come on, it took me through the finer years of high school and college. Who could forget quality episodes like the Spring Fling, Skeletons in the Closet or Donna Martin Graduates? Since then, I get a certain high every time I remember it's Wednesday. But, then I realize it 2005 and FOX just sucks now.

How many of you wake up in the morning, tell yourself what day it is, and immediately think about what's on TV?

Just me?

Yes, I know I have a problem.

How's Your Humpday? (be sure to click on the yellow links!)
  • Told my friends my real name was Anastasia.
  • Used my finger as a spoon for my yogurt.
  • Started thinking about what face I am going to carve on my pumpkin this year.
  • Wrote a letter to Brittney Spears telling her there is a 96% chance we have true love.
  • Had an interesting dream about Miss Molly from Romper Room.
  • Decided on THIS as my #1 birthday wish.
  • Overheard my 30 year old boss and his 18 year old work study student debating over a Laguna Beach character's credibility.
  • Tweaked my plan to take over the world which now includes help from Mister Magoo, Shaggy and Speed Racer.
  • Found an old picture of my mom and dad and made sense of my life.
  • Coughed up all the salt water I swallowed in Hawaii.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Play by the Rules

On October 2nd the fairy tale romance of Rachel from Friends and the hot guy from Thelma and Louise will be over. I still remember the cover of People magazine years ago with a blushing bride, wearing white from head to toe, gazing lovingly into the eyes of her blonde haired, blue eyed UNIVERSAL SEX SYMBOL. and marriage.

But, hmm, something back then told me what has just be reaffirmed now. YOU ALWAYS HAVE TO FOLLOW THE RULES OF TRUE LOVE.

How many of you know these? Every time you date someone, crush on them and absolutely ALWAYS when you marry someone you gotta check the TRUE LOVE RULES.

TRUE LOVE works like this...You write the words "TRUE LOVE" on a piece of Mead or 5 Star, white lined notebook paper like such:


Then, you take the letters in each of your names and you count how many match the letters in TRUE LOVE. Let's use Brad and Jen as the example.

T-3 L-0
R-2 O-1
U-0 V-0
E-2 E-2

Then, you add up the totals. The true column stands for the tens column and love stands for the ones. So our total is 73. Times that by 100 and we get

I'm not marrying anyone with those odds. Let's keep playing.

T-2 L-2
R-1 O-1
U-0 V-0
E-2 E-2

Get out of Ethiopia with those odds my man. Hmm...

T-2 L-1
R-2 O-2
U-1 V-0
E-4 E-4

But, I knew that would happen as TRUE LOVE is part of the scientology faith. One more?

T-3 L-2
R-1 O-3
U-3 V-0
E-5 E-5

Enough said.

Monday, August 22, 2005

Dear Delinquent

Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing in response to your thievery of my car stereo while I was away on vacation. It is on rare occassion that I am faced with such an act of selfishness and intolerable humanity. Smashing the passenger side window in stead of the driver side window was very thoughtful if I may say so. It has allowed me to avoid shards of glass up my ass while driving. I hope you are pleased with the sound quality of the AIWA 684X stereo system. It is a quality item as it was purchased on sale at Best Buy for $89.99 during the summer of 1999. I am sure with today's technological adavncements and divisions of MP3 technology, you will find the 684X just shy of "piece of shit" stature.

Hopefully you got the six bucks it's worth. Anything less than six bucks is a steal for the buyer. Maybe you lucked out and got 7 dollars. I don't know. But, thanks two-bit asshole of a thief for making my day and taking my car stereo. I hope you and my Journey CD are very happy together.

This MONTH's REWIND have been very, very good to me. Typically August has been a pain in my ass. Here in Boston, August weather gets even the superfreaks down as the musty climates hit Oppressive on the whiner scales. However, this August, albeit HOT, threw me some Pedro Martinez curveballs.

I swung.

And sent one deep into left field.

Where to begin....Ah...yes [enter dream sequence music]........................
Sometime after posting about my epiphany that Stacy Ferguson from Kids Incorporated was in fact Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas I got a phone call saying I was wanted for a job in Maine. Maine?

But, what's there to do in Maine I wondered.....

WOW! That looks like a lot of fun. This is something I really need to think about. But, my present office was no place for that kind of decision making.

So I decided to get away. Collect my thoughts and decide on what was best for me. There was no choice but to go to Hawaii.

Hawaii was exactly what I needed. It was so peaceful, beautiful and serene. I got a lot of thinking done.

After all that thinking I decided I shouldn't exclude myself from the group and ventured out to make new friends.

Now, Hawaii was great and all but I was missing the mainland pretty badly. All that salt water was going straight to my head and I needed something to take the edge off. Hey, Las Vegas sounds fun!

So off I went to SIN CITY. I got my mind on my money and my money on my mind. I stayed at the Hard Rock Hotel because let's face it, I like to rock hard while in Vegas.

While at the Hard Rock I caught a Tom Petty show..Is it me or does this dude look like a candle gradually melting away? Now I know how Free Falling got started.

I also played 14 hours of black jack with a couple of guys from Ohio.

All in all, another great piece of the trip. But, I was forgetting the issue at hand. MAINE. It would be a big decision for me to make. The biggest decision of my life. Boston has been great to me. I feel like I have earned the been there done that T-Shirt for Boston. I saw the Sox win the championship and the Pats a couple too. I guess it's time to trade in my T-pass for some snow tires and make my way up north.

I leave on Sunday. Go Black Bears!

Sunday, August 21, 2005

Vacation Hangover

Forgive me father for I have sinned.
It has been 7 days since my last blog.

Priest: How have you sinned my child?

Stacey: I drank like a fish, played black jack for 14 hours and sat next to Nikki Sixx from Poison at the pool on my trip to Vegas. I also tried to steal Jack Daniels from the mini bar and replace it with topped off Arizona Iced Tea.

Priest: Is there anything else you'd like to add?

Stacey: Well, I had a few erotic dreams about playing more black jack while topless and still sitting next to Nikki Sixx.

Priest: Interesting. Anything else?

Stacey: Mmmm...I think that's it.

Priest: Your penance is to recite 5 hail mary's and 4 our father's. You might also want to watch VH1 Behind the Music-Poison. That wasn't Nikki Sixx you were partying with.

Ok...I'm back and so is the blog. But, before you get all sentimental, I must warn you. It's gonna be another busy week seeing as I move to Maine on Sunday. But, none the less...It's good to be back!


You know what I remembered during my flight home? How as a kid we got so excited in school when we knew it was a FILMSTRIP day. Do kids still have filmstrips? I saw some bad ones, but hands down the best one I ever saw was in health class when the girl got her period for the first time but she was staying at her friend's house. So in the middle of the night her friend's mom asks her if she wants to talk about it and as she is talking to her about her menstuation cycle she draws it out for her with pancake batter on the hot skillet. I'm not sure what happens after that cause the cassette tape got eaten by the player and the next slide showed the 2 of them making out. Oh well...GOTTA LOVE THE FILMSTRIP.

Monday, August 15, 2005

Good Bye Hawaii

You know what is really funny to me? Here in Hawaii the Japanese population is immense. The ratio of Japanese to American is 3-1. Most everything has a Japanese translation and the culture here is definitely geared to accomodate the Japanese. Now correct me if I am wrong, but wasn't it the Japanese who bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941? Hmm....interesting.

I know it has been a while since I have posted. We had out tournament this whole weekend. Don't even go there though. Let's just say we had some trouble on the ball field.

Today I leave for Las Vegas. My flight leaves at 8PM Hawaii time. The time difference hasn't been kind to me and I hear it is even worse on the flip side.

I finally bought a Ukelele last night and serenaded some hookers.

Kids don't ride bikes here. They ride skateboards. One kid told me bikes are for losers.

I need to finish up my tourist shopping today. I can't forget to pick up a flip flop fly swatter and an "I got leid" t-shirt. Seriously, you would not believe the people that actually DO buy that stuff.

I can't wait to play poker and see my boo.

Friday, August 12, 2005

4 Days and Counting til Las Vegas

That's right- I will be hitting Checkpoint 4 in 4 days- Las Vegas. That is the vacation after the vacation! I'm doing all right here. I rented a moped yesterday as we had an off day and I zoomed all over the island. It was fun times. Those things go fast!

I think I found a house in Maine to move in to. I have been a bit stressed over that. I am not buying or anything, just renting. If anyone has any decorating tips lets me know. I am little nervous about the whole thing.

Odd for me, but I have not watched a television in over a week. It can be good. It can also make me feel like I am so out of the loop with things. I haven't even seen the news. i just read a USA Today for the first time since I left. It looks like peole are actually going to see the Dukes of Hazzard. Hmmm.....

Well, I have to get going now. I am 500 minutes over on my cell phone. Great. We beging the tournament tonight. Wish me luck. We will surely need it.

My favorite person in the world turns another year old in 9 days. The countdown is on.


Thursday, August 11, 2005

Haunama Bay and Everything Else

What up friends? I know I have been gone a very long time. All I can say is it is crazy over here on the Pacific with the time difference and all and getting on a computer has been hell. So, I opted for a Starbucks (large cause I need it) and the internet cafe. Hey, it's only $.99 per ten minutes so I think I can spare it after the cashola I was spending on internet in LA.

So here's what's been going on....

We still haven't won a game and I got assigned a new assistant coach who is a big, fat...well I just don't like him. He is in his 60's and he and I just butt heads. Mista, don't yell at my players just to hear yourself. Buy a dog if that's what you want to do.

We went snorkeling at Hanauma Bay which is the most beautiful place I have ever visited. If I had a digital camera you would be seeing some great images, but for now I must settle for my throw away. Pictures will come soon. Snorkeling was an adevnture as the breathing thing is mad weird. I saw a few giant turtles and massive eels. I saw a baby shark that said to tell you all hello.

I am surfing today at 3PM. I can't wait.

Hula lessons tonight.

Ukelele lessons anyone?

Wednesday, August 10, 2005


I guess I had a meltdown today. Yep. Me. No funny jokes today. No quick laughs. No lists to make you say "ha, ha." I am tired and a little burned out [no pun intended].

I'm not gonna lie, I have a lot going on and being in Hawaii with a 6 hour time difference is really screwing me up. I am having a great time but I just have a lot going on. I'm a Virgo, remember? I get a little out of sorts when I don't have my whole life all organized.

Ok I'm done.

I think I definitely have gotten too much sun.

What is going on in the world? I haven't read a paper or watched the news in days. Is Jude Law still making headlines? What about Katie and Tom? I know about Jen Aniston cause I bought 3 magazines for the trip with her on the cover. If I were Brad I would have left too.

Tuesday, August 09, 2005


  1. Successfully got a sunburn.
  2. Lost both games.
  3. Ate my weight in pineapple.
  4. Added the word "shakah" to my vocabulary.
  5. Tried to convince a Hawaiian to go to college in Maine.
  6. Had a Hawaiian tell me she wouldn't go to the Main-Land let alone Maine.
  7. Swallowed three cups of salt water, 1 up my nose.
  8. Caught my first tube.
  9. Lide about catching a tube.
  10. Got leid.

Monday, August 08, 2005

Double Header and Pot Luck

What up Menehuneys? I don't even know if I spelled that right. Got a doubleheader tonight- the first in a series of 3 this week before the big tournament. The team is looking okay...but shhh...I told them they looked great!

We have a "Pot Luck" dinner with the Hawaiians after the big matchups. What exactly is pot luck in Hawaii. My guess:

Pineapples on a stick
Pig on a stick
Macadamia Nuts
Kona Coffee

The sun has sucked out my creativity. I gotta get a list in there for you guys somehow. I missed Jack Johnson at the beach today. I was kind of bummed. Knowing me I would have asked for a photo for the blog. How is everyone doing back on the mainland? Spex, I bet Hawaii would make you put th emiddle fingers away. Although, there is no Red Lobster so I guess I just lied about the fingers.

I do miss home. That is what happens when you travel to paradise and leave the loved ones behind. All those movies were right. Life never means as much until you have someone to share it with. I miss you.

Pineapple Stomach

Good news homies-
INTERNET IS FREE IN HONOLULU! I knew Hawaii wouln't let me down. They do it up right.

I havebeen i Hawaii for 2 days now. the trip here went fine except for 5 seconds where I thought I was either going to die or we would end up like the cast of Lost. Can you imagine living on a deserted island with 40 teenage girls? I think I would have wished we crashed into the ocean.

Bue, alas, we are not on a deserted island but a very popluated island in fact. Honolulu has got mad people, EVERYWHERE. The beaches are packed by 7AM. It is nuts. But absolutely the most gorgeous place I have ever been.

So after practice and games today I am off to find the finest in Macadamia Nuts, Kona Coffee and all the pineapple I can get my mitts on. You guys have a great day. I miss you.


Sunday, August 07, 2005


I leave for Hawaii in 30 minutes.

Wish me luck.

Wish me good surf.

Wish me cheaper internet rates as I only have 1 minute,26 seconds left to post!

I am so excited!

Kate- I got you some fun stuff from LA.

[I hate LA- note to self]

Saturday, August 06, 2005

$.33 per minute and the Pacific Time Zone

My first night in LA was nothing like I saw on TV. I didn't see any celebs, nor did I see any riots. LA, to me, is just like any other Joe of a city. The beach was pretty sweet though. It is definitely a surfer's paradise. Everyone seems to be a part of the surf culture and I even saw a guy hauling his board with a contraption he put on his bike. Narly.

I leave for Honolulu tomorrow morning at 6:30 Am...that's 9:30 for most of y'all.

This time zone thing is killing me. I went to bed at 9:15 thinking it was like 2 Am and woke up at 4am. And they tell me Hawaii is 2 more hours back. by the time I get back to Boston I will feel like I am 2 days behind. At least I can use the internet at $.33 per minute. It's not so bad. Blogs at $5 a pop. You gotta do what ya gotta do.

I still haven't figured out what Soovies to get here in LA. Chances are I won't be back here in a very long time. If I come to California again I am going to Napa or San Fran or Big Bear.

LA is full of smog, traffic and the occassional D-List celebrity buying cigarettes at 7-11. Maybe some day I will tell you who can't live without their Camels. I wouldn't mind a quick jaunt down to Hollywood Boulevard though and get into some trouble before I leave...

Miss you Boston & 226 South.

Friday, August 05, 2005

LAX Airport- Checkpoint 2

So I made it safe and sound without any bad turbulence or weird people sitting next to me. Although, the people next to me had great endurance as they talked for 6 consecutive hours. It was great.

LAX Airport is quite the scene. I'm a first timer. My cherry was popped with a 45 minute wait for my hotel shuttle that I finally found out you had to call in for pickup. So congrats to me for getting the one LAX Hotel that requires a phone call for pickup as apposed to the 35 other LAX Hotels that you do not. It was great.

I leave for Hawaii on Sunday morning. I am here for the day tomorrow. Wait- does everyone know why I am here? Ahh...well I am a softball coach and I am here coaching a USA Junior Elite squad comprised of 16-19 year old girls. The jig is up. Yes- Sappho, I am into sports.
Best things about LA
  1. I find out how the Red Sox did by 8PM
  2. All the tourists seem to be from Boston
  3. Blogs will be done by the time all you Easterners arrive to work in the morning.
  4. I don't know what else cause I just got here.

I have to use public internet which is located in the hotel gift shop so while here I get to listen to everyone trying to make a decision over the sequin LA T-shirt or the replica of the Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with their name on it. Decisions, decisions.

Me? I am going with theHollywood sign snow shaker.


#4- I still think you're hot.

Logan Airpot- Checkpoint 1

Taking the subway to Logan Airpot- $1.25
Ham %& Cheese at Au Bon Pain- $5
Internet Kiosk- $.25 per minute
Getting in a blog update before the flight- PRICELESS

See, I told y'all I would find ways to blog. I will keep you posted. This is mostly for all my friends who are going to miss me. Let me tell you some funny stuff from the airport so far. This woman at security just threw a fit because she is flying with her dog AND cat and they made her take their collars off. You never know about pets these days...they may be trying to take over the world. Also, there is a 2 year old asian kid running all over and making her mom chase her yelling in funny.

I roll into LAX around 7PM Eastern time. Try not to miss me. I am hoping to see Whitney and Bobby!

I love you Kate. XOXOXOXOXO/....(yes, I am a sap)

Thursday, August 04, 2005

To Infinity and Beyond!

My flight leaves at 12PM and will take me to LAX Airport in Los Angeles, California. I have never been to California before and if I see at least 1 celebrity it will be worth the trip. as long as it isn't OJ or something. I know a lot of people who went all the way to LA and got nothing but the OJ booby prize sighting at the airport.

Then on Saturday I depart for Honolulu, Hawaii. It is another 6 hour flight. I have never been to Hawaii before either. I'm pretty excited and have some obvious anxiety about the whole thing. Didn't you all see the double episode of the Brady Bunch when Mike Brady's work sent him to Hawaii? If not, let me give you a recap.

Mike takes family to Hawaii.
Oldest son Greg find a tiki figure on the beach and decides to take it.
Alice gets freaky hip shit going on during hula lessons.
Bobby and Peter find a tarantula in their hotel room.
Greg gets hit in the head with a surf board during the surf competition.
Mike almost gets fired.

What does all this mean you ask. Well, I did a little research on Hawaii to refute the stereotypes formed from watching the Brady bunch re-runs on Nick at Nite. The gods of Hawaii get pissed when you take anything from the natural habitat. If you do, the spirits of the Kum-Onna-Wanna-Lay-Mee put an APB out on the spirits of the great beyond to put a hex on your ass. So for this trip I will be getting everyone SOOVIES (souvenirs) from the airport terminal.

I will do my best to blog. You all know I have lots to say. I will be 5 hours behind the continental states so be patient. I am off the mainland until the 16th. I leave you with 2 words- BLUE CRUSH!

Have a great weekend!

We Are the World

Dear Boston,
It is with great sadness that effective September 1, 2005 that I must resign from my position as citizen of your historic city and move on to the greener and snowier pastures of Maine. As a loyal member of Red Sox Nation and frequent supporter of Sam Adams, I will now serve in those roles as a New Englander, instead of primarily a Bostonian. I am certain my love for this city and my heavy heart for those who live in it can never be erased. I will be "home" every chance I get.

I have had a wonderful experience living in this great city. I hope that Maine can live up to the expectations I have set for it and the ideals of Boston which I will carry over the border. Best of luck in the future and I know I will see you soon.

Not Quite Canada, but Pretty Damn Close

Fun Things I Can Look Forward To

  1. Finding the longest distance in between highway exits. My record so far is 42 miles.
  2. Stephen King sightings at Walmart.
  3. Getting a pet moose.
  4. L.L. Bean at 2AM.
  5. Getting rid of my car and opting for a gas friendly dog sled crew.
  6. Fighting over who has the nicest mobile home in the neighborhood.
  7. Wood stove shopping.
  8. Getting more use out of my bright orange and camoflague attire.
  9. More flannel options to choose from at the mall.
  10. Driving to Boston every chance I get!

You'll be in my heart

Yes, you'll be in my heart

From this day on

Now and forever more

You'll be in my heart

No matter what they say

You'll be here in my heart


Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Holla At Ya Boo

Thought of the Day
Sometimes things happen in life that you have always wished for or hoped for or wanted. But, the wish gods seem to make these wishes come true at the worst possible time or under the most difficult of situations. When that happens you are forced with the challenge of not just accepting the wish and reeping the benefits, but more so analyzing did you even have to make the wish in the first place. Do you believe that there is something to be said about settling for what you have and being content with it. Or, should we always be extending the finish line?

How is your humpday?

  • Realized I freaked out about 20 of my blog readers by putting up a mug shot of Gary Busey. I am sorry. I know he is a freak show.

  • Came into work when I didn't have to. {PS people- I leave for Hawaii on Friday}

  • Got offered a job in Maine.
  • Thought about George Glass, Jan Brady's first boyfriend.

  • Suffered the effects of a Burger King double cheeseburger eaten 2 days ago.
  • Wished I had some wax lips.

  • Tried to find reruns of the Get-A-Long Gang on cable. Turns out it never made it to syndication.

  • Considered spending $300 on Kelly Clarkson tickets. Then remembered the movie From Justin to Kelly and opted to save my money.

  • Felt sorry for Jennifer Aniston. Decided she should date Billy Bob Thorton to even the score.

Just when you are feeling good and solid in your plan, dear Virgo, something or someone may be stepping in to rain on your parade. You may get the feeling today that you are taking one step forward and then two steps back. Perhaps there is a feeling of doubt that is creeping into the picture. Try not to let these nagging restrictive energies hold you back. Be confident of yourself and your abilities.

Who writes this stuff because my goodness, they know their moons.

Monday, August 01, 2005

No Post 'til Wednesday

Have a great Monday.