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For two months I have been battling sickness and right now I am sick and tired of reading all the crap going on here. I fully admit I was interested in it for awhile but now I'm done. Yes, after I ran up to the bathroom for the 15th time today… Read full post »
The world’s most pierced woman Elaine Davidson acquired one more ring last week. Davidson, who has 7000 piercings on her body, took a conservative non pierced man to be her loving husband. Her new beloved, Douglas Watson reported that Davidson looked astonishing and he said,
"People see the p… Read full post »
Please play while reading.
Tasting you in rain I walk down to the plane,
try not to look down,
could one day be an anniversary,
everything is light and sound.
Facing forwards… Read full post »
When I turned 7 I received my first china tea set and my next door neighbour made me a birthday cake in the shape of a swan. All my friends were there in pretty voile dresses and we skipped our hearts out after we ate. No one ever talked about body… Read full post »
Once upon a time as children we ran around without makeup and were never conscious of what we looked like. Then came the zits along with the purchase of Stridex Medicated Pads and Clearasil. There was no Proactive in those days and I became enamored of the residue dirt on the… Read full post »
I was born in 1951 and sex was a pretty taboo subject in those days. In fact I heard my grandmother tell my very sick mother not to worry if she could only have limited sex. Grammy kept repeating that sex was only for “baby making” anyways. There was no sexual… Read full post »
Last week I went to my favourite book store and one of the
clerks had a
giant size box of Junior Mints. He was downing them like there was no tomorrow. I smiled and asked,
" Bad Day?'
”You could say that," he replied, and proceeded to… Read full post »
The Klondike Bar Challenge is over for another year and once
again I did not win. As I read the amusing answers that some people
entered I thought back to what I did for a Klondike Bar as a
On their site, people have also suggested that they should upgrade the… Read full post »
Friday I was sent subject tags to write a news article for another site. To tell you the truth I found the links boring and was not inspired to write. After I read a brief news story that was not on their list, I decided to blog about it and… Read full post »
I started reading J.P. Major’s blog weeks ago and I have to admit he and I have lots to discuss, but there is no doubt in my mind he has a great informative blog. Astronomy is not really my forte but I always seek out… Read full post »
Sitting on my heating pad attempting to feel better I settle down to watch a marathon of ANTM cycle 15. I was immediately drawn to the 6 ft 2 ultra thin model Ann Ward. She is everything I ever wanted to be and more. As I munch on my gluten… Read full post »
Once upon a time Lanark Village, Ontario was the place to go on weekends when you wanted to enjoy a lovely Sunday. Lanark is no different than the small town that you and I grew up in.
The village was first settled in 1820 by… Read full post »
When I started out in the fashion business in the 1960’s I thought I would make my mark quickly. I figured with all the ideas I had people would come running with accolades but of course they didn’t. As an assistant designer you basically make a lot of patterns, cut samples… Read full post »
Right now I am listening to the late Will Norton speak about the 50 things he had done in his short life on youtube. After days of frantic searching in Joplin, his 18 year old body was finally found late Friday night. When the news was officially posted on Facebook my… Read full post »
Memorial Day is a day to remember those who served in the military past and present. It is also a long weekend meant for family gatherings, the Indy 500 and garage sales
I hope we never fail to remember those who gave up their lives for our freedom. May we… Read full post »
I am not the best driver in the world but should I be beaten by men if I choose to drive? A Saudi Facebook campaign is calling for all men to beat any woman who plans to drive in a protest next month. Women are finally demanding their rights to be allowed… Read full post »
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Berkeley, Sunday May 14, 2007
I finished packing my internet orders at 11:30 pm and then I watched “I’ve Got a Secret" circa 1959 on the Game Show Network. After that I went to bed and seriously tried to sleep since tomorrow is a busy… Read full post »
Instead of staying home yesterday I headed down to the centre of Oakland on the bus since there is much eclecticism to see other than a questionable rapture. I also considered myself extremely lucky to acquire a seat in front of a homeless man with a very bad case of body… Read full post »
If Harold Camping and all the billboards he has planted around America think he is scaring me, well he isn’t. I used to go to church and had a Reverend like him that mentally flogged the fear in me.
I was taught that if I dared stray… Read full post »
Well, today might be my last post if Harold Camping's prophecy comes true tomorrow or Sunday. So I have put together some parody personals Craigslist style for you to enjoy. I do hope to see you on Sunday but if I don’t, it has been a blast.
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I completed today’s blog last night and let Steve take a look at it. I asked him if he liked it and he said it was okay. But it was the tone of the word "okay" I didn’t like.
He said he did not understand all the cat pictures… Read full post »
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As you j… Read full post »
Last week Walter Blevins blogged about Zombie Awareness month and I flipped out because I had not known about it. God only knows I dated enough Zombies in my life that I should have been right on top of this.
Look closely around you on public transportation for the… Read full post »
Once upon a time when my late sister decided to get married the scary question came up that a lot of women dread.
"Would I be her bridesmaid" she asked?
Having had a rocky relationship for many years with her due to my father, I really wanted to… Read full post »