Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Bits and Pieces of Nothing in Particular....

Well, I don't want to do an entire post about how I feel THIS time of the month, but I don't have much to say tonight.

But, again, I did PROMISE you a new post, and ought to get to it and find something interesting to say. Still feel worn out, and not at caught up on sleep and food. Nothing is coming.

I could ask you some interesting questions, like why doesn't my TiVo record the new episodes of SVU, only the old ones, which having just got a note from Kitty talking about how great the last one was, is making me somewhat grumpy.

Or how one STOPS a series recording. Apparently, if you start recording something, you are there for all time.

I miss my horsie. He misses me too. I can tell. I am darn near ready to get Mel Horsetrainer to nip on out to him and put him on the phone. I'll see him Sunday, but I've gigs this weekend, (Hey come down! We will rock you...)and I don't like to ride if I have a show. Horses are way more work than you think. But I really miss that horse.

My biggest serious goal now is to lose as much weight as I can, so I don't hurt his back. Mel would never let that happen, but he doesn't need to carry any more, if you see what I mean. Great inspiration, love is.

Got the house back in order. How does it get such a mess when all I have been doing is lying in bed? There's a question that needs answering.

All Bengals are well. There has been a Cat Bed War going on with Venus and Mim. Mim had her nice bed, Venus had the couch. Until Venus decided she would show Mim. Then Venus got the bed on the dinning room table. (Isn't that where everyone has them?)

SO, (why am I telling you this????) I got Mim another, for the other end of the table. Yeah, Venus decided THAT was way cooler, so I got another for the top of the Halloween Town Shelf. Now Venus serially sleeps in all of them, and Mim prowls the Basement.

If I ever understand Bengals, I will truly be wise.

Love and Sleep,
Lorraine

83 Comments:

At 21:34 Blogger Jane said...

Hey! Glad you're feeling better. That cat thing - who the hell knows what they want?

At 21:35 Blogger Damien said...

So far as the New episodes of SVU, click on the recording options (Tivo Menu -> Find Programs -> Season Passes) and make sure you've checked "First Run And Repeats" (or "First Run Only" if you ONLY want the new ones).

If that doesn't work, I'd delete the season pass (same place, different option), and get a new one by going to the channel on which the new episodes appear, and selecting the season pass from there.

Good luck.

At 21:38 Blogger Ms T said...

I just wanted to say we appreciate your efforts. We really do!

And I'm sure Venus and Mim appreciate your efforts in providing them with all those bedding options. They're just showing it in a particularly Bengal-y way.

As for me, I'm finding that some days are just a bit more of a slog than others. Maybe it's because I overdid it at the office Christmas lunch (yes, already), and maybe it's because everyone else has skived off. :) Anyway...

Oh...and here's hoping you get some time with your horsie soon Lorraine.

At 21:39 Blogger Lioness said...

No cats are mature. If someone else has it, it must be better than what they have.
Hmm. Reminds me of humans, come to think of it.

At 21:40 Blogger Jess said...

Why, good evening, Q. Nice to see you, to see you nice. We missed you.

I cannot answer Tivo questions. I live in a sort of perpetual year 1999: There is a PC, and internets, And even occasional episodes of Law & Order, but no or Tivo. There is a Creative Zen player, but we only use it in the car. So that bit of life is more like the present, I suppose. But the rest is, like, last century.

Nor can I say why houses get messy even when you're not doing anything in them. I think houses just do that. Even my nice young men in uniform from this morning couldn't fix it, so you are well ahead and doing fine, actually.

Cat beds everywhere sounds familiar. We're rolling in cat beds. And then they sit all over the furniture anyway, There's no place which isn't a cat bed.

I'm curious to know how horsie would respond to being on the phone, actually. :)

Should not have had two cups of coffee this evening. I've fallen off the wagon and will never get to sleep. Buzz buzz buzz.

At 21:56 Anonymous lisana said...

I can answer the Season Pass question for you.

1. Go to Tivo Central (press the TiVo button),
2. Select "Find Programs" from the list
3. Select "Season Pass Manager" from the next page

4. There will be your list of programs you've set season passes for, in their priority order. Scroll down until you see the one(s) you want to remove, press Select

5. Choose "Cancel this Season Pass"

and you're done!

At 22:05 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Thanks for the TiVo help. It's actually a Charter DVR, not a Tivo brand, I call it that. And the old one I had from Charter had all that and worked fine, but I can't for the life of me find the Season Pas options for recording, deleting, ect...

May have to search the website...Ack!

At 22:06 Blogger Siri said...

I'm putting TiVo on my list of never going to do, like twitter.


Luddites Unite!

At 22:10 Blogger Ms T said...

Yep, you can add me to the Luddite crew. No cellphone. No computer at home (although I desperately want one - obviously not desperately enough!). No DVD doohickey. Not even a VCR.

And no, it's not down any deeply held philosophical beliefs. I just haven't wanted them enough to get them. Go figure.

At 22:22 Anonymous Wendy Withers said...

Are Venus and Mim twins? My sisters do the same thing, and they're twins.

At 22:33 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

How do you watch your shows with no DVR? They are on all times, and my phone rings all time. Need that pause option!

No, not twins or even related. Venus was from an icky breeder, since closed down, and Mim from a lovely one who still writes to me...

Very exciting Top Chef!!!

At 22:38 Blogger ariandalen said...

Sorry I can't help you with your Charter DVR, Ms. Fabulous. We have a TiVo, though not one with HD. As for Venus taking over all the beds...::shrug:: she was the first. ;)

I have a confession. I cannot be a Luddite. I now own two computers: a Toshiba laptop and a HP Mini. I also drank the Koolaid and joined Twitter. This makes me a twitterpated geek.

Hi, Damien! Welcome to the Fellowship of Fiends! Grab your white jacket and personalize it as you see fit, just leave the buckles. ;)

At 22:47 Blogger Ms T said...

Yeah, I know. I'm constantly missing TV shows that I want to watch. I tried to get a DVR earlier this year, but without photo ID I couldn't get a hire purchase agreement. Hey, I have a passport now - I could try again!

Like I said, I didn't consciously decide to be a Luddite; it just kind of happened. :) (Mind you I did impulse buy a digital camera at the airport duty free. As you do.)

At 22:51 Blogger Madeleine Bouquet said...

Ugh, I don't feel like doing anything THAT time of the month, it's good of you to keep posting anyway. Every time I turn around my house is messier than before, so, I'm afraid I'm useless on that front, but if you ever find an answer, do share.

-Laura

At 22:59 Blogger Dragonsally said...

\o/ Quiche is back with us.

If you get horsie on the phone, please make sure someone records it for the amusement of Fiendom.

At 22:59 Blogger Ms T said...

I was forced to do something about the state of my flat when I got home on Tuesday to a "Hey, we're doing a flat inspection tomorrow with less than 24 hours notice" letter from the property managers. Yay.

Oh well. It was high time I tackled the mess! Now it's organised mess with that's been vacuumed around.

At 23:00 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Sounds like our place MsT

At 23:15 Blogger Fluffy said...

Here's Reason Number Weird to clean your house: Guitar teacher now comes to the house for lessons, and after two weeks of trashy dining room table I got embarrassed enough to shovel it off. I might have frightened the poor guy when he came in to a tidy living and dining room.

At 23:16 Blogger Fluffy said...

Plus I think that cleaning is what threw my back out Monday. Housework is dangerous.

At 23:20 Blogger Fluffy said...

Oh - and for cat beds we have about 100 throws all over the house. We get the newest, softest ones and the cats get the rest. Then we throw them in the wash whenever we have visitors.

At 23:49 Blogger DataGoddess said...

Glad to see you back among the kind-of living :-)

Can't help with the DVR settings, every cable company does something different and I've not played with Charter's stuff.

Am dealing with a minor disappointment tonight, but as usual life will go on...

At 00:03 Blogger Na said...

Silly grrrls. The Bengals, I mean.

Yar, not a clue about DVRs here, either. I wait for shows to come out on DVD. :D

Sweet that you miss your horse. (Is it okay to refer to horses and "horsies"?)

Belated HURRAYS for Calvin and family, and to Wendy, too!

Thinking a lot about the holiday re-thinking. Starting with questioning, like, what do I/we want? We'll be staying home for the first time in years. We can do (or not do) whatever we like. Inviting the monsters into the discussion.

At 00:32 Blogger spacedlaw said...

Sounds like that is a clear bed pecking order going on here...

At 00:49 Blogger vampi said...

i <3 dvr. i have a crappy time warner one and man it sucks. i kind of want a tivo, but it's also nice to be able to call the cable company and bitch about how it's not working right and get a credit.

quiche, mine is a motorola, and i go in like i'm looking at my recorded videos but have and option for series recordings, this is where the season passes reside.

At 01:34 Blogger Marjorie said...

Drive-By ticky-box

I have no tivo. Still have the old-fashied VCR for recording stuff - I can't bring myself to replace it because it still works. Do have a DVD player, 'tho. And BBC iplayer means I can catch up on stuff I miss.

Glad you're starting to feel better, Q.

Tybalt spurned the cat bed I bought him. He choses to sllep in the recycling box instead, and comes to complain when I let the cardboard stack too high in the box...Which reminds me, I need to go to the recycling centre.

At 02:31 Blogger spacedlaw said...

Microbo likes to sleep in the paper recycling box too (and complains when there is mayhem in there)!

At 06:11 Blogger Dan Guy said...

I love my DVR. I'm thinking that in a year I might cancel the TV and switch over to just web-based TV viewing and Netflix/Netflix Watch Instantly.

At 06:52 OpenID MasterBillyBones said...

Regarding the mysterious house messing: I would start by questioning the residents of the Halloween Town Shelf. If you don't have luck there, see if Skelly's smile looks more like a smirk. Good luck with the investigation.

At 07:44 Blogger EmilyLady said...

But you understand Bengals probably a lot more than we do.

At 07:51 Blogger Phiala said...

No DVR here - Hulu and streaming Netflix take care of my minimal tv watching.

We can't talk to Grendel on the phone - he recognizes the voices and gets very upset when he can't find the actual person. I talk to the cat on the phone when I travel (Nick is a very silly boy sometimes), but never ever the dog.

I have a morning of equations before me. And coffee. LOTS of coffee.

At 08:09 Blogger anna banana said...

Thank you for the blog post :) I like the story about the cat beds. In my room, I have one giant cat bed that they kindly let me share when it gets dark out and I feel sleepy. Blue-eyes likes to sleep on the pillow that has the divit in the middle (chiropractor recommended it for my neck).

Also, someone posted this on twitter this morning, and I thought of you, Q: http://twitpic.com/rvk4h

At 08:19 Blogger anna banana said...

Aaaaaaaaaand... I also approve of 61 days of October. It's one of the best months (though November wasn't so bad this year - I kept track of the nice changes I saw happening).

At 09:17 Blogger Cecily said...

Glad you are feeling better Lorraine!

As for the DVR, it is everything I always wanted for my TV viewing pleasures. And I watch a lot of TV. Even when i am not watching TV it is on. I don't like the sound of an empty house. Within minutes in the morning my house goes from 5 people to just me, the sound helps. :-) I don't have time to catch up with all the already posted comments, so I hope I didn't miss anything and nothing else horrible has happened since yesterday. I am sooo ready for next year.

At 09:20 Blogger Cecily said...

Anna Banana- November has turned into hell month for me. Last year's November was probably the worst time period of my entire life. And I have had a humdinger of a life. :-)

At 09:27 Blogger One Sock Short said...

Still not caught up on comments in previous posts...

Most of the year I can't convince Phoebe there are other places to lay besides my lap. But on really hot days, she likes her box lid (the kind that reams of paper come in). I give her a new one every summer. When I was growing up, we had a cat who owned the ironing board. No other cat was allowed to lay on it. And it could never be put away.

I've become a selective Luddite. Laptop, smart phone, twitter - love 'em. But no TV and no microwave. If I hear a TV show is good, I wait till I can get it on Netflix. I miss PBS, but not enough to buy another TV.

Another morning of web conferences today. This last one had better be more interesting than yesterday's. If not, somebody wake me at noon.

At 09:32 Blogger vampi said...

i watch tv on the weekends and when i go to sleep. i like my dvr so i can record things like topgear, dirty jobs, and talk soup and not have to watch live tv. nothing is worse than when the dvr gets stuck on the kardashians or vapid housewives of < insert city here>

At 09:35 Blogger Cecily said...

I don't think it's even fathomable that we be anywhere near Luddite. My husband is a Network Engineer and a gadget freak.

We have a microwave, but I avoid using it. I don't think foods altered like that are healthy.

At 09:41 Blogger dabbler said...

Hi Lorraine. Even with nothing to say your posts are entertaining!


I'm okay with November, whatever we want to call it. I love the light. Beautiful clear pale skies with all the lovely skeletal silhouettes of trees against it. It's the ethereal kind of light. Completely different from the same sky in January, though I never expect it to be. I sat waiting for P yesterday just marveling at all the individual personalities trees have against the sky, without their cloaks of leaves.

Ahem. I now return you to your regularly scheduled broadcast. And, sympathies, indeed for those whose Novembers have been brutal.

At 10:07 Blogger Phiala said...

Dabbler, the tree shapes are quite species-specific. When I was doing a lot of forest work, I could tell them apart from the Interstate. I'm rusty now, and can only get the obvious ones.

I have taken the organization step of purchasing a 2010 calendar notebook. (Moleskine monthly planner - awesome!). I do better with something I can make random notes in than trying to keep it all online, though I also use computer-based tools.

At 10:11 Anonymous Wendy Withers said...

I watch TV and movies through Hulu and Netflix instant play. If I can't figure out a way to get internet in N'awlins, I don't know what I'll do.

It's interesting how my plans to step outside and pick an orange to eat for breakfast resulted in a new plan to make orange garlic sauteed yellow squash with rice.

At 10:13 Blogger Jess said...

Heh! Saw that in the last thread-- Octoberer. I like that. :D

Cecily, you'll be comforted to know that microwave cooking is perfectly safe. Microwave ovens use a different method of generating heat than a conventional oven does, but not a more dangerous one; likewise, cooking in a microwave doesn't change the atomic structure of your food any more than conventional cooking does. It's honestly not like sticking your dinner in a nuclear reactor, or pouring toxic waste on it.

(And before anyone says anything about microwaves "removing some of the oxygen from water", I would point out that water molecules are made of two hydrogen atoms bonded to one oxygen atom. If you removed the oxygen from the compound, you'd get hydrogen. Which is a gas. You don't get hydrogen gas by warming up a container of water to hot-beverage temperatures.)

/science class

At 10:22 Blogger fairbetty said...

Word on the Hulu and Netflix... no fancy gadgets required.

At 10:32 Blogger Phiala said...

And how could I forget to mention: Skull cards and matching skull envelopes, on sale! Not that I ever write anyone, but just in case...

At 10:38 Blogger anna banana said...

Cecily, that's how February is for me. At least it's short.

Dabbler, that's the kind of thing I've been noticing, though the trees here aren't usually bare until at least December.

I'm going to sit over here (on this cat bed) while y'all discuss tv. I weaned myself off it a couple years ago. It lost me a position in the lunchtime discussions of shows, but ultimately I think it's for the best.

At 10:40 Blogger Na said...

Lys! I forgot to high-five you. Congrats on (as Fluffy so aptly put it) completing 2+ years of school in one day.

=science class
But Jess there is additional dissolved oxygen in water, and when you boil it, you lose that, which can change the taste. That oxygen is what you want when drinking from streams -- always get water from places where it's flowing over rocks. Think of the difference between stagnant water and fresh water.
/rebuttal
;)

We don't have a microwave either, but it was a matter of losing the busted one and not replacing it when we moved, because we have toaster oven! Love the little toaster ovens.

So, it's now cold by local standards. Currently -14C (7F) and there's a stiff breeze. Will be plugging in the car tonight. Boooo.

At 10:41 Blogger ariandalen said...

I don't know. I always thought a computer was a rather fancy gadget. ;)

At 10:46 Blogger vampi said...

i wish i had my toaster oven. we forgot it in a move:(

At 10:47 Blogger ariandalen said...

Na, just so you know, we have a 60% chance of snow tomorrow. Lys may well have snow, judging from the maps on the weather, and even El Paso had snow Tuesday morning. We won't get any accumulations, but the girls are excited. Granted, a high of 37 F is a lot warmer than 7 F.

At 10:56 Blogger Na said...

Yeah, that's practically a warm spring day. ;) We actually heard about the El Paso snow, my dragonet bringing the news home from school! I hope you do get a little of the white stuff. I imagine it will be enough for the girls to play in, at least to fling it at each other.

We have a 70% chance of snow tonight, I just read. And I'm actually glad - once the cold hits, everything looks much better with snow, 'cause otherwise it's just dirty bare gray and buff dirt and concrete.

At 11:12 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Morning!

Sleepy morning is what it is, had these weird dreams that kept waking me, and then coming back every time I slept.

All I could think was "My characters are coming to life! This is what it's like!"

No idea what that means.

I get really uncomfortable is Spooky House is not in order. Like everything clean and in order. I can't stand it not perfect. Makes for some problems as I am a terrible cleaner. Thanks be for Spooky Daughter coming.

At 11:22 OpenID masterBillyBones said...

Can identify with characters coming to life bit.

At 11:30 Anonymous Wendy Withers said...

I am also a horrible cleaner. Fortunately, I'm throwing out/ giving away/ selling (?) a lot of my stuff for my move.

If anyone wants to buy/ have weird art or other such household items, let me know.

I have to fit my entire current apartment into (so far) one Toyota Corolla and one small flatbed truck.

At 12:12 Blogger ariandalen said...

Happy Firbday, Sue!

At 12:13 Anonymous Lysandwr said...

sticking head in momentarily, math exam study avoidance
Yay Wendy!! I can *SO* relate, and am thrilled for you. You're on your own w/the moving part, though (well, hopefully not actually)--I'm taking a break from *that* subject.

Snow--yes, actually we had several days of rain and up on M mountain it turned to snow. Last I looked (here, let me turn around and peek out the living room window--yep!) there is still snow dusting the north-east slopes and other odd crevices.
My favourite kind of snow--you can look at it...and enjoy the full moon glowing blue off of it...but don't have to wear it.

Q--dreams! They are such a process, esp (ahem) this time of the month. Between motrin, studying, red wine and odd internet reading......well, last night I was trying to square root and cube root My Little Ponies. WEIRD visual! The radical signs all looked like they were made of some heavy metal, and the radicands were all purple w/white blonde manes n tails.

oh...and thank you again, Fiends for your kind support. Fiends understand things that most fellow students are a bit young to appreciate. Though they *are* a loveable bunch of nerds, truly.

Final? I have Finals next week? AAARRRRGGHHHH..... back to dungeon....

At 12:23 Blogger Jess said...

Na, I bow to your wisdom because you have the science degree. But surely what you suggest doesn't mean that microwaves turn fresh water stagnant, or make it unfit to drink. And I believe it's recommended in woodland survival scenarios to boil water before drinking regardless of its freshness. Hah! En garde! Mee-yow! ;D

At 12:32 Blogger Jess said...

(Though I should note that Na is right about the additional dissolved oxygen in water, because fish would suffocate otherwise. I should have thought of that, really. :) )

At 12:35 Blogger louisa said...

Jess, I read that as a Creative Zen Prayer and was wondering why you only prayed it to be more present in the car.

Anna banana, is there room for two on that there cat bed? After a brief relapse, I finally kicked the TV habit for good about four years ago. Online Daily Show & Colbert Report keep me up to date with US news. I love going out to the cinema with friends, nothing like a good movie with a good audience, that sense of shared experience.

Speaking of movies, has anyone else seen The White Ribbon?

Good luck with your finals, Lys!

At 12:36 Blogger louisa said...

Oh and Yay! Science Duel!!

At 12:36 Blogger louisa said...

Oh and Yay! Science Duel!!

At 12:46 Blogger Cecily said...

I am not an OCD* cleaner, as I am OCD* with many things. But I like the house to be clean. But that doesn't happen so much. Three kids and a very messy husband make my house in a constant state of clutter. *sigh*

As for microwaves...I don't have the energy to look up where I have found this information as I have been battling a migraine, and well, I don't want to. But most nutrition books strongly push never eating microwaved foods. I believe that there is an issue with some of the nutritional value being removed when it is microwaved, just like with boiling foods.

I have FMS (Fibromyalgia) and in all the things I have read about food and FMS, they all assert not eating microwaved foods, which was fine with me, cause I didn't like them anyway. They taste different, and not in a good way. But once I had facts in print for my hubby to read, he stopped cooking with the microwave, and we both had joint pain improvement within a week. But I am not one to have a rational conversation with about such things, because I tend to live by my gut. My gut says that the microwave is not good for you, so I listen. Since I was a teenager and started being exposed to foods with tons of preservatives and junk in them, my gut told me that those were also bad. And now there is evidence to show that too. Including but not limited too all of those unpronounceable words in foods being cause of migraines, triggers for FMS and I am sure other things. But like I said, not going to spend the time looking up back for those things today.

*OCD being used a description for my quarky behaviors, I do not actually have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

At 12:56 Blogger Jess said...

Oh, I think you're right there, in that they don't cook things evenly, so stuff doesn't always taste as good, and there's always the possibility of losing nutrients from overcooking. It's just not as dangerous as some people claim-- it doesn't turn food into deadly chemicals.

It does appear to turn My Little Pony into them, though.

At 13:02 Blogger louisa said...

"Can anyone say "glue"?" Now if only that had been a square rooted My Little Pony....

At 13:03 Blogger Cecily said...

I have never thought that it changes food to dangerous chemicals, or that you can't stand in front of one. (You would have gotten a kick out of my mom when I was pregnant with my first...she would push my out of in front of microwaves...even high ones) I just don't think they're good for you. :-)

At 13:16 Blogger Jess said...

Hee! My grandmother always used to try to protect my Mom from the garbage disposal. "Don't stick your fingers in there!" Uh, sure. You got it. :)

At 13:23 Blogger Na said...

Billy has a wonderful sketch regarding My Little Pony, if he can share. Mwahahahaha.

No, wasn't suggesting microwaves do anything to water, or didn't mean to anyway. Just meant the bit about the importance and relation to taste of having oxygen in water. I have been tempted to reuse water in the kettle, just to reheat it, but think now that tea tastes a bit better with fresh water each time.

And quite right about the water and treatment or boiling of it when in the wild. I was told to always take water from the tumbling parts of the stream to start with, to minimize the whatnots left for the pump or iodine to have to remove.

Touche!

At 13:49 Anonymous Wendy Withers said...

Right after I first got this current job, the toilet backed up. My boss went to all three employees (his mom, me, and my sup) and asked us all if we'd stuffed paper towels in the toilet. Now I'm thinking he's the only person who works there who would be the kind of person to do that.

At 14:35 Blogger Hellie said...

My Little Ponies were rounder and fatter when I was little! Never put any of mine in the microwave though, good job I didn't haha!

Sledgehammer of moontime exhaustion has hit me now, curled up on the sofa listening to Thea Gilmore's wintry & wonderful 'Strange Communion'. Went to see her on Tuesday, she was amazing, did an awesome 'Fairytale of New York' with Mark Radcliffe! Some photos here

At 14:38 Blogger Hellie said...

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At 14:43 Blogger Hellie said...

Try again...here

I'm not at my techie best (which is never very good!) today :o)

At 14:52 Blogger Marjorie said...

Hellie, I think facebook is playing up :(

Glad you got to see Thea Gilmore.

At 14:58 Blogger Hellie said...

Oh no, did it work the second time? You were right Marjorie, she was fantastic. The Sense of Sound choir were there too, they all sang the first one from the album 'Sol Invictus', it was spine tingly-lovely.

At 16:23 Blogger bengalgirl said...

Looking for a foster home for a 2 year old bengal, 13 pound, tested, with all shots, and he is being neutered tomorrow. He is currently in a Chicago shelter so looking for someone close. Permission to crosspost.

Thanks, Janet

At 16:38 Blogger Cecily said...

I wish I was closer...

At 16:47 Blogger Dragonsally said...

oh Hellie, you're on FB? Mind if I do the friending thing?

Na, my feet were feeling cold before you said how cold it was in your neck of the woods. Now I have them tucked under me to stop them freezing! Brrr.
Good luck with the studying Lys. ugh,maths. A nightmare for me!

At 16:49 Blogger Martha W. said...

Whenever my cats get too close to the microwave, I push them away and tell them it will make them sterile, and they believe me and jump down. Of course they are all spayed or neutered.

At 16:51 Blogger Martha W. said...

I hope you feel better soon and can go visit your horse.

At 16:52 Blogger One Sock Short said...

The no-microwave stance is more of a simplicity thing for me than a health thing. Although I do fear that if I had a microwave I'd be tempted to eat nothing but popcorn for supper ;-)

At 17:25 Blogger Cecily said...

I know I'm still kinda 'new' on here, but if anyone wants to add me on FB feel free, just tell me that you're a Fiend. Cecily Israel. I have a black and white photo with AFP temp tattoos on my boobies.

Martha, that totally cracked me up.

At 20:03 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Hey Cecily, I'll gladly add you. It'll be Emily Olive.

At 20:04 Blogger EmilyLady said...

... Emily Olive with the grinning Spock snapshot.

At 20:56 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Cecily, you ain't new anymore, trust me.

Ok, chatty ones, new post is UP...

Go, you Fiends, and chat there. I got an hour and feel like talking.

Ask me airline questions too, if you have 'em.

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