Monday, May 29, 2006
Thursday, May 25, 2006
Tuesday was single-handedly the hardest day of my
We stopped at Brusters to get Ice Cream. So many choices, flavors, aromas. Mom and Dad ordered two huge carmel cashew waffle cones. I was salivating from the parotid, the submandibular and the sublingual glands. All I had to do was speak the words, "I'll have one of those too" and my torture would end. But alas, my will was truly more powerful than the spare tire I've been carrying around for oh so long. By the way, I weighed in this morning ...
191 pounds down from 207 (I round up like a cowboy!)
So we asked for a quote from our contractor about putting the black tiles into our foyer. He said it would cost $800 for what you see in the picture (plus two more black tiles to the left). So, did we pay that ridiculous price ($88.89 per black tile)? Nope, and we got emails telling our contractor we didn't want it. Looks like they put it in anyways. Gee, that was nice of them. I'm sure they will be looking for that dough when closing costs comes, yet all they will get is a nice
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
My company compiled a list of healthy recipes and is selling them in a cookbook for $10 a pop. I know ... get in line to pre-order!!! But here's the sweet catch: All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society (which is a tax deductible donation and you score an awesome, heart strengthening, artery degreasing, extend-o-matic years to your McHeart Attack lifestyle (why aren't you exercising right now) cookbook. Contact me
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Monday, May 22, 2006
I've been helping a friend create a website called Bows2Grow which showcases her very amazing talent. Jamie handcrafts unique bows and headbands for little girls of all ages. Last week she posted a BUY IT NOW for her bows on Ebay. If you can think of anyone who needs any cute bows for their girls or as gifts, please let them know about this website. Thanks!
In a surprise move that stunned countless thousands, Mrs. Georgia removed herself from further competition in the Mrs. Pregnant USA contest. At 1:19 am, she announced her withdrawl officially. Coincidentally, 1:19 am marked another "withdrawl" as baby Isabella (Mae or May) was born 7 pounds 5 ounces and 18 and a half inches long. Updates on the correct spelling of her middle name and Ex- Mrs. Georgia's take on the whole situation are forthcoming ...
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Saturday, May 13, 2006
Here is my nephew Cole. He is one of the most amazing soccer players I have seen at his age and you know, I was a talent scout for MLS in a former life. Also, he likes to ride Pa Pa's tractor when he is visiting. That's if Pa Pa can find his tractor without his glasses.
Here he is taking on zombie mummies with reckless abandon in defense of home and hearth. Thanks, little tike, we owe you one!