However, in the interest of full disclosure, I have had to make that decision. I chose a very small scorpion on my tail bone area. (It's my sign, and very true to my personality) Small and so far down that I'd have to be wearing absolutely nothing to be able to see it and if you saw me in real life you'd probably never guess I had one. It was something I did for me, not for show. I got it one night in New Orleans. I walked into a tatoo palor with 2 guys and was the only one man enough to go through with it but, that's a story for another time.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Monday, June 29, 2009
The nice thing about being able to take our time is that I can move and unload things box by box. No living out boxes once the move is complete. The bad thing about being able to take your time, it feels like the move will never be complete.
However, come Wednesday the movers arrive to handle the BIG things and one more dumpster is set to be delivered to purge even more uneccessary stuff.
It took a mile and half move, almost 5 years, and 2 mortgages to realize what was really important. No lesson learned like one learned through stupidity.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Seriously, if you are in the public eye do you really think you can disappear for a few days without it getting noticed? At least get your stories straight.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Since John Cusack wasn't part of that list, I'd pick a famous athlete. Does that make me shallow? I don't know who, but preferably a hockey player.
Who would you chose?
Elisabeth Hasselbeck to Kate Gosselin: 'Get a job!'
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If it wasn't for the hours of 7-4 M-F, I might not ever get any blogging or blog reading done.
I suspect this will change when The House of Fowler downsize is complete and the computer will be in direct view of a tv. (hard to be in places at one time.)
note to self: I really must get a laptop.
Friday, June 19, 2009
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Shocker right?! I hope it's a quick one. I am tired of seeing that awful spiky hair cut on the front of magazines. What a train wreck.
Could Jon and Kate have reached the 14:59 minutes fame point? Fingers crossed...
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist "What's the connection between abortion and careers"
Perhaps Penelope's meaning is lost by the subject matter but I still can't properly verbalize the many feelings this post evokes..reader beware... Is she a freak for being so honest, is she a freak for her decision? It freaks me out that we live in a society where women feel they need to chose because having kids can be seen as a handicap in work world. It freaks me out that people who may be making that decision may one day wake up and realize that a career is something they should of had to allow them a life rather than be their life.
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Monday, June 15, 2009
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Friday, June 12, 2009
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
The first card pulled is quite appropriate in that I have been plagued for most of my adult life as to "what do I want to be when I grow up?". However, this answer comes to mind in a split second...
if you were going to college in the fall what would you study?
Mideval and Renaissance History with the intention of probably becoming a college professor.
So, what would you study?
Friday, June 5, 2009
I'll be able to keep Lolly's room decor pretty much the same
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Disregard the missing siding on the garage. Termite damage, nice huh?! Before moving to Georgia, I'd only seen termites in cartoons.
Most of the outside work is done and today they're working on getting the ceilings painted and some of the walls. The basics. But, I am more interested in what to do with Lolly's room. Her current room has these great peel and stick pink and green polks dots. I planned to do the same thing but a couple months ago I went to Lowe's to start stocking up only to find they no longer carry them. So my parting question to Mister was "how hard would it be to "plaid" a wall in Lolly's room?" I think I heard moan as I backed out of the drive way...
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
- because I didn't think of it myself
- because my all time favorite class in college was The History of The Beatles ( shout out to Glenn Gass at Indiana University)
- because I can't think of a pretty and well hidden place to put the tattoo that wouldn't contrast with my conservative business suit image.
For now I will have to day dream of time when I am a little less fleshy in some places and have hired Kat Von D to ink me with a small version of The Beatles walking across Abbey Road in a very inconspicuous place.