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|Archived Since:||April 22, 2008|
I am going out today and buying her fingerless gloves, jelly bracelets and an Atari.
If you need a place to hide a dead body, I'm sure I won't be raking this giant sea of leaves for at least another week.
My family's loyalties are serious, as is the magnificent spread they cook for Thanksgiving. Not going to risk missing out.
I cannot believe I got this done today given the amount of absolute mayhem going on around me, but the tweets are my favorite part of this one.
It is time for a crash course in Duran Duran, Prince, Bananarama, Culture Club and Eurythmics.
I know I said I would never run again, but have I mentioned that I'm fascinated by pain?
Now this is just getting ridiculous and out of hand.
My doctor made a comedic reference to a "pain journal" not knowing that he just summed up an entire industry.
If anyone has a kid who is working on a leaf collection, I might have one or two lying around.
Now that I think about it, I'm not sure if I had to insert a single modesty patch this summer.
Inspired by a nail color that I now want to climb into like a blanket and wrap around my body.
Now I'm beginning to wonder how many people could find Utah on a map CASEY I'M LOOKING DIRECTLY AT YOU.
You could make the argument that it’s ironic that I’m starting a tradition around the mission of fighting hunger when both of my kids don’t like to eat. And you’d be right.
Would you have a look at this, those of you who have been reading me since she was born.
Do not even think about answering your geography questions in incomplete sentences are you even kidding.
Hear this post in your head as if I am reading it out loud while smacking my gum.
A two-week crash course in vision charts, phoropters, lenses and frames, and perhaps a gentle nudge to get your kids' eyes tested.
Paradise served up for my dogs and they have no idea.
Here is the twelve-year-old Former Congressman participating in our Halloween festivities.
All dressed up with an actual place to go.