Thursday, July 28, 2005

A Benefit to Having Kids

I was sitting here working on this blog the other day and my two-year-old pointed to the Weather Pixie and said, "Mommy!" God, I love her. Of course I said, "Yeah! That's Mommy!" (well, minus about 60#)

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Tuesday Funnies

As much as I enjoy Tuesday Hatred and Tuesday Depression, I thought I could lighten the mood a bit. So, when you leave there, come here and I will have something worth a chuckle, or maybe a chortle. Those three of you who read this, feel free to leave something of your own...no jokes please. Today: Cops that wear shorts. No hatin' here, but unless you're on a bike...

Friday, July 22, 2005

So...Should I be Concerned about Testicular Cancer?

Have you seen the commercial for estrogen where they say something like, If you have a uterus, such-and-such can increase your risk of uterine cancer. Wouldn't you think that those who didn't have a uterus would understand that "May increase your risk for uterine cancer" does not apply to them? After all, I don't assume that if I take Cialis, I could get an erection that lasts longer than four hours...

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Hey, I Know That Guy!

Have you ever had one of these experiences? You're watching the news and, man that guy looks so familiar. I know he's a sex offender, that doesn't mean I don't know him, I've met a lot of people, more than a few of them crooked that way; but he looks really familiar. Then, they finally tell you his name and sure enough, "Hey! I totally went to BIBLE COLLEGE with that guy!" I might have even had a little crush on him at some point. This guy's poor friend, also a proud CCU grad brought his youth group to stay at his house! He had no idea his old Bible college buddy was a convicted sex offender who wasn't technically allowed to be around minors.

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Rockets' Red Glare

We didn't do much for the Fourth but take Elliet outside to see the fireworks that people in our neighborhood were setting off, it was an impressive display actually, by the "richer than the rest of the neighborhood" family a few doors down. Elliet enjoyed it for a while but decided it was time for bed after a particularly loud succession. Far more entertaining than watching my two-year-old's reaction to the noise was watching Brad and Katrien dodging phantom fireworks. Granted, the neighbors on the other side of us were a little funny with their aim...