Tuesday, October 31, 2006

They Did Not Just Say That....

I'll take "bad headlines" for a $1000, Alex.

Reese's Marriage in Pieces

I found this headline in the New York Daily News this morning pertaining to Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe's separation.

I wonder how long this writer had this tacky headline idea lined up? He/she was probably the only one ecstatic about their break-up!


But speaking of Reese's Pieces... Trick or Treat, everyone!!

Monday, October 30, 2006


Yeah Baby... I'll take one McDreamy to go!!

Friday, October 27, 2006

Friday Flashback...

Here's another childhood memory of mine...
the beloved "Captain Kangaroo."

I watched this show faithfully. I was captivated by all the great characters and cartoons. Do you remember Mr. Green Jeans, Mr. Moose, Bunny Rabbit, The Dancing Bear, Grandfather Clock, Fred and the Magic Drawing Board?? With all these wonderful characters and stories... I was able to let my imagination run free!

There was one cartoon that will stay with me forever... and it was so simplistic. It was to get kids to brush their teeth. I can still hear the song:

Brush your teeth
Round and round
Circles small
Gums and all
A small soft toothbrush the round and round way
Will keep your gums healthy and stop tooth decay
So clean very carefully three times a day
Go round and round
Round and round

(Sung to the "Three Blind Mice" tune.)

As a child, I can't tell you how many times that song ran through my head while I was brushing my teeth... okay, it still comes to me to this day!

There were other shows that I thoroughly enjoyed... Seasame Street, Electric Company, Zoom... but I have to say that Captain Kangaroo tops my list!

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Low Blow...

Here are a couple of paragraphs from a news story that really upset me...

Yesterday, Rush Limbaugh refused to apologize for accusing Mr. Fox of "acting" out severe Parkinson's symptoms during a 30-second television ad endorsing Claire McCaskill, the Democratic candidate for U.S. senator and a strong advocate of publicly funded stem-cell research.

The spot, which first aired statewide during the World Series opener, shows Mr. Fox shaken by uncontrollable body tremors as he asks viewers to elect Ms. McCaskill in the Nov. 7 mid-term elections.

She "shares my hopes for cures," he says, adding the incumbent, Republican Jim Talent, opposes a ballot measure that would protect stem-cell research in Missouri's constitution.

The response from Mr. Limbaugh, whose radio show reaches 10 million listeners, was withering and accusatory. "He is exaggerating the effects of the disease. He's moving all around and shaking and it's clearly an act," he said on his program. "This is really shameless of Michael J. Fox. Either he didn't take his medication or he is acting. He is an actor, after all."


Come on... whatever your beliefs are on stem-cell research, is it really necessary to make personal blows like that? Yes, Michael J. Fox has parkinson's disease. And if he wants to go off his medication to show the true effects of the disease, that is admirable in my book.

Hey, Limbaugh... where were you when Christopher Reeve was advocating stem-cell research? Why weren't you screaming... "he's just acting... he doesn't have a spinal cord injury."

Perhaps you need to get back on your medication... you fat jerk!

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Can You Hear Me Now??

Heavy Cell Phone Use 'Damages Sperm'

Experts are calling for further research into the effect of mobiles on fertility. Heavy use of mobile phones may damage men's fertility, a study has suggested.

Researchers found those men who used a phone for four hours or more a day had fewer sperm and those they had moved less well and were of poorer quality.


Okay, people... how are these men using their phones!??!!? Don't you think it would be more of an ear problem... I'm not seeing the connection (or maybe I just don't want to!).

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

And The Wheel Goes 'Round And 'Round...

I need to vent, people. I have to buy new tires for my car before winter hits here in the great white north.

Do you know all the crap that goes into finding the "right" tire??

Some things that I never knew (or wanted to know) were things like Treadwear Ratings, Traction Grades, Temperature Ratings, Speed Ratings, and Winter vs. All-Season tires.

And don't even get me started on the cost of 4 new tires... if you want to go cheap... well, that's just like committing suicide. Yes, they are inexpensive... but they are absolutely worthless in any weather besides a nice 83 degree sunny summer day with absolutely no wind! So okay... I'll take out a freakin' second mortgage on my home to insure my safety behind the wheel!

Come on... all I want are nice round rubber tires that will get me through some snow in the winter and stay inflated in the summer.
Is that too much to ask??

Monday, October 23, 2006

Land of the Weird...

Here's an article I came across that creeped me out!

Man With Mannequin Fetish Arrested Again

FERNDALE, Mich. - A Detroit man with a history of smashing store windows to grab female mannequins has been accused of indulging his fetish again. Ronald A. Dotson, 39, was arrested and jailed Oct. 9 after breaking a window at a cleaning-supply company to get at a mannequin in a black and white French maid's uniform, police said.

A judge Thursday ordered him to undergo a psychiatric examination to determine whether he is competent to stand trial on charges of attempted breaking and entering.

"Mr. Dotson went to prison and they haven't helped him," said his lawyer, Edward Cohn. "He got out of prison and he was right back out there. It's pretty bizarre."

Dotson had been out of prison for less than a week when he was caught. His erotic pursuit of mannequins over the past 13 years has led to at least six convictions for breaking and entering and a stint in prison, police said.

"He told his parole officer he was going to buy a mannequin so he didn't have to do these break-ins anymore," said Detective Brendan Moore said. "Apparently that didn't work out."--AP


What the hell?!??

Mr. Dotson needs to get a job at JCPenney's... he could then have his way with the mannequins in the back room and keep out of trouble. Sicko!

Friday, October 20, 2006

Monkey Business...

Yes, this is my cat Lilly... and she loves bananas!!

This is a cat that has no real interest in "people food"... but when it comes to bananas, she can't get enough! I've had other cats who would go crazy if I opened a can of tuna... or meowed if I had the deli meat out. They never took any interest in fruit. But it doesn't matter where Lilly is in the house... I know I can't make it from the kitchen to the living room with a banana in hand without her right there wanting her share!

When Lilly came into my life a year ago as a stray... I would call her my little Black Puma. But now another jungle animal comes to mind...

She's my little monkey!!

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Questions, Question Everywhere...

I swiped this questionnaire from Jon ... I thought it would be fun to play along!

1. What's your opinion on sex without emotional commitment?
I think you definitely need the emotional commitment! Okay, so there was that one time on New Year’s Eve… can we forget about that, damn it!

2. Do you bite your toenails?
EEWWW!! Clippers only, my friend!

3. Are you a jealous person?
Not really.

4. What are you allergic to?
Smoke and dust.

5. What books, if any, have made you cry?
Yes, Walk Across America by Peter Jenkins. It’s a true story about a guy who decides to walk across the US to find himself. He and his dog, Cooper are make the journey. And let’s just say that there is a chapter when he has to continue his walk “alone… very alone”. Opps, I hope I didn't spoil it for you!

6. Does it get annoying when somebody says they'll call you, but doesn't?
Sometimes… but then my guilty conscience kicks in and I think… “what if I get really mad at them and then it turns out that they were seriously injured in an accident and aren’t able to call. I’d be such an ass for getting mad at them!!”

7. What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
Plain old chocolate!

8. If someone you had no interest in dating expressed interest what would you say to them?
You seem like a nice guy, but I’m not interested.

9. What would you rather be doing right now?
Jetting off to Venice, Italy… or if I have to stay local… eating sushi!

10. What song lyrics, if any, are stuck in your head at the moment, if any?
Scared, by Albert Hammond, Jr.

11. What did you dress up as for your first Halloween?
I don’t remember… I’d have to ask my Mom.

12. What's your favorite TV show, now or in the past?
Right now, I think it’s “Six Degrees”… but “Mad About You” has to top my list. And of course, when I was a kid… “The Bionic Woman” rocked!

13. Do you get along better with the same or opposite sex?
I’d have to say both… but if I HAVE to choose one… I’ll pick the same.

14. Can others make you cry easily?
It depends on the time of the month!

15. Who was the last person to piss you off?

16. Are you picky about spelling and grammar?

17. Do you pay attention to calories on the back of packages?
A little bit. But if it’s something I really want and know it’s not good for me… I just ignore the calorie count!

18. If you could be any type of fruit what would you be?
Kiwi… I just think it’s a cute little thing! Wait… is kiwi considered fruit, or is it a berry of some sort. I never know!

19. Were you a "planned" child?
Let’s just say that my mom said “I'm the best mistake she ever made!!”

20. How many pairs of shoes do you own?
Between 10 and 15.

21. How many hours of sleep do you need to function?
8 is the magic number!

22. What is your favorite alcoholic drink?
Bailey’s Irish Cream… on the rocks!

23. When was the last time you saw a rainbow?
February in Australia… it was a double rainbow.

24. Have you ever been attracted to someone physically unattractive?
I don’t think so… but you’d have to ask my family and friends. Just remember, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

25. Would you ever date someone covered in tattoos?
COVERED? I don’t think so.

26. Do you believe that the guy should pay on the first date?
Not necessarily… but it is always nice.

27. Are you currently wanting any piercings or tattoos?
No thanks.

28. Which do you make: wishes or plans?
Hmmm… I wish I could make plans, and I plan on making wishes… so I guess both!

29. Can you speak any languages other than English?

30. What is your favorite salad dressing?
Paul Newman’s Balsamic Vinegrette

31. Have you ever fooled around with someone and not remembered?
No way!

32. Have you ever dated one of your best friends?
No… that would be a disaster.

33. Has anyone told you a secret this week?
No… but your secret is safe with me!

34. When was the last time someone hit on you?
In August… some electrician who was giving me a quote for working on my house. He was really kind of creepy.

35. Who would you like to have answer these questions?
Karmyn R, MSUgal86, Ginger and whoever else would like to play along!

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Twins, Separated at Birth...

This is so CREEPY!!

Dick DeVos is the republican candidate running for governor in the great state of Michigan. Our present governor, Jennifer Granholm must have spent some big bucks on this ad... but oh, so worth it!

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Speaking of Scotland...

Here's a picture T & I took when we were in Scotland in 2005. Our tour bus was working it's way through the winding hills and we came upon these dudes playing the bagpipes. They, of course, knew that this road was heavily travelled by tourists and thought that it would be a nice place to pick up some extra change. We tourists were thrilled and thanked them for an amazing photo-op!

T had brought some money left over from when she visited England (years ago) as a student. She was more than happy to give a few coins to the fine chaps playing the bagpipes. Later, we found out that the coins T placed in their moneybox was no longer a valid currency!! I'm sure that when they went to count their earnings they were cursing "those damn Americans"!!

Sorry, boys!!

Monday, October 16, 2006

Life of the Party...

Bill Murray joins students partying in Scotland

"LONDON — Bill Murray created a small sensation in the Scottish town of St. Andrews, joining Scandinavian students at a late-night party and even helping to wash the dishes, a newspaper reported Sunday.

In the movie "Lost in Translation," Murray plays a lonely middle-aged actor in Japan who befriends a young American woman and goes partying with her.

And in what The Sunday Telegraph said was life imitating art, the 56-year-old Murray joined up with 22-year-old Norwegian student Lykke Stavnef, who took him to a house where a student party was in full swing. "Nobody could believe it when I arrived at the party with Bill Murray," Stavnef, a social anthropology student, was quoted as saying. "He was just like the character in 'Lost in Translation.'"

The newspaper reported that Murray met Stavnef at a bar where he was drinking with fellow golfers after playing in the Oct. 5-8 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in St. Andrews with other actors. To Stavnef's surprise, Murray accepted her invitation to a party and accompanied her and her friend, the newspaper said. She said she was first concerned when the apartment had no clean glasses left, but that Murray was happy to drink vodka from a coffee cup and also helped wash dishes in the cramped kitchen.

The Sunday Telegraph article was accompanied by a photograph that appears to show Murray, dressed in a checkered shirt and a brown vest, washing a metal pot at the sink. As news spread around the city that Murray had turned up at the student party, the house became crowded with people wanting to meet the star of Ghostbusters, the article said.

"He was joking with me about reheating some leftover pasta and how drunk everyone was," said partygoer Agnes Huitfeldt, 22. "He seemed to be in his element, cracking lots of jokes," Wright said. "It was the talk of the town the next day."

Shortly after doing the dishes, Murray left the party, the students said." -- AP


This guy cracks me up!! I'd love to party with him for a night.

Hmmm... who else would I like to crash my party? There's a lot of people for all different reasons. Matthew McConaughey comes to mind. The reason?... well, I think you ladies out there have an idea why!!

So my question to you, my fellow bloggers, is...
Who would you like to have crash your party???

One Word, Baby....

The Detroit Tigers are headed to the World Series... Go, Boys, GO!

Friday, October 13, 2006

The Fear of "Pubic Speaking"....


GRAND HAVEN, Mich. - Ottawa County will pay about $40,000 to correct an embarrassing typo on its Nov. 7 election ballot: The "L" was left out of "public."

A total of 170,000 ballots will have to be reprinted.

The mistake appeared in the text of a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would ban some types of affirmative action.

The word "public" was misspelled one of the six times it appears, county Clerk Daniel C. Krueger said Tuesday. Five or six people in his office had proofread the ballot, but it was an election clerk who found the mistake early last week.

"It's just one of those words," Krueger said. "Even after we told people it was in there, they still read over it."


Ah... the great state of Michigan!! You know, I think if they had left that word in the ballot... they may have gotten more votes!!

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Tag, You're it...

Well this is my first official tag! I'd like to thank Karmyn R ... I'm no longer a tag virgin.

UPDATE: Oct. 13... I was busted on my first tag. I swiped Karmyn's answers and added my own comments. So I thought I'd better play the game right or people won't ever invite me to play again.

And now on with the assignment:
Name FIVE Famous Oddities About Yourself!

#1 - I have a pointy bump on my ear.
Like Karmyn R, mine is located on the inside of the Helix (the top in-curve rim). But I must say... I have cute little ears!

My #1 - I have Raynaud's Disease. It's a circulatory disorder that affects my blood vessels (mostly in my feet). Basically my toes react to the cold by going completely numb and turn a nice white color!

#2 - I have really dry elbows.
My elbows are just fine, thank you. Now, the heels of my feet are another story!

My #2 - I have a cracked tongue. Yes folks, a cracked tongue! There are little (but deep) cracks over the surface of my tongue... making it not-so enjoyable to eat anything too spicy or acidic. It's hereditary... thanks, MOM!

#3 - I can flare my nostrils.
I don't understand... what's odd about this? I love to stare and flare!

My #3 - I wax my arms. Okay, so they called me "gorilla arms" in grade school! One more thing I inherited... thanks again, MOM!!

#4 - I have ulcerative colitis.
Don't even get me started on that topic... have had problems in that region for years... and probably always will!

My #4 - Hershey Chocolate Bars makes me sneeze. Yep... just after the first bite. Why, who knows! But after the first few bites, I'm fine.

#5 - I talk to myself constantly.
Oh, you betcha I do! I live alone for goodness sake... who else am I supposed to talk to? Actually, that's why I have a cat... I don't feel as if I am talking to myself with her in the room!

My #5 - I arrange my remotes on the coffee table in a staggered pattern. So, I have a bit of Monica Geller in me!! They have to be in a specfic order and placed just so... then all is right with the world.

So there you have it my blogging friends, I have nothing more to hide from you!

Okay... now I need to spread the love. Ginger , MSUgal86 ... you're it!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Lonesome Pine....

The Jeffrey Pine, Sentinel Dome, Yosemite

You know when you have one of those moments... when you are some place, or with someone and you think... "this is as good as it gets" and you soak in all the sights, sounds and smells that surround you at that moment?

One of those moments hit me in 2003 when I was visiting Yosemite National Park with my best friend, T. We had climbed up to the top of the Sentinel Dome without knowing what we were about to experience. We stood there in awe as we took in the 360 degree view of mountains, waterfalls, cloud formations, and the amazingly beautiful Jeffrey Pine (the remains of it... it had died in the 1977 drought) that was perched ontop of the rocks. I looked over at T and said "this is as close to 'heaven on earth' as I'll ever get"... time stood still... to feel the wind and see such untouched beauty... it made me feel so alive.

The Jeffrey Pine no longer stands atop of the Sentinel Dome. Not long after our visit, it toppled over during a storm. When I heard the news, it made me sad... but I felt so fortunate to have experienced being up there with it... this tree that had been made famous by an Ansel Adams photograph.

Our two-week trip out west in 2003 was great. We travelled to the Grand Canyon, Sequoia National Forest, Yosemite National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and the Black Hills. We saw many great sights and really experienced the beauty that the U.S. has to offer.

The landscape of Yosemite

But by far, Yosemite touched me and I will always treasure the time I spent within the park and especially up on the Sentinel Dome.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

They're Grrreat!...

Although I am not the biggest baseball fan out there... I have to wish the Detroit Tigers good luck tonight when they play their first game of the American League Championship Series.

But whether the Tigers win anymore games... I can at least sleep better knowing that the New York Yankees are done for the season thanks to the D-Town Boys!! Besides... the last time the Tigers saw such greatness was back in 1984 when they won the world series beating the San Diego Padres. So the time has come... our beloved Tigers are due for another world series win!

The Tigers will take on the Oakland Athletics tonight at 8:00pm.

I believe Tony the Tiger would be proud of his kin... they ARE grrreat!

Monday, October 09, 2006

Beavis, Not Butthead...

Drug maker issues warning against using ointment as a cosmetic

"German drugmaker Schering warned consumers on Thursday not to use hemorrhoid cream on their faces.

The warning came after a male stylist said on Norwegian television that many photo models used the cream in the morning to get rid of puffy eyes, which the drug company said seemed to have boosted demand for such products at pharmacies. Beauty magazines in the U.S. have been advising the same for years.

“This is a pharmaceutical and not a cosmetic,” the group’s Norwegian subsidiary Schering Norge AS said in a statement, warning especially to keep hemorrhoid cream out of the eyes.

It said the warning applied to its product, Scheringproct, which it said was 'a pharmaceutical that is used on hemorrhoids and around the opening of the large intestine'." -- AP


Good to know, my friends... good to know!

The Flaming Lips...

The following story gives a whole new meaning to the
"Flaming Lips" term!


"A 62-year-old retired accountant from Nevada swallowed 247 peppers in eight minutes to win the Jalapeno Eating World Championship at the State Fair of Texas.

Richard LeFevre won $2,000 for prevailing in Sunday's contest, which was sponsored by the International Federation of Competitive Eating.

"I love to eat, and I love to compete, so the two go pretty well together," said LeFevre, the world's eighth-ranked eater according to the federation.

LeFevre, who has also won the fair's World Corny Dog Eating Contest three times, said his winning strategy was to mix three or four peppers in his mouth with a swig of milk before swallowing." -- AP


Okay, first of all... why would anyone try to eat that many jalapenos in that short of time?? And secondly, $2,000??!?!?!!? That won't even pay for all the Rolaids and Preparation H that dude is going to need!

Friday, October 06, 2006

Friday Flashback...


"Kimba, the White Lion was one of the most popular TV cartoons of the late 1960s. The show came from Japan, where it began as a famous 1950s children's comic-art novel, Jungulu Taitei [King of the Jungle] by Osamu Tesuka, who was already popular for his Astro Boy character.

The TV Kimba is a simplification of the novel. Big-game hunters kill the mighty Caesar, king of the jungle, and capture his queen, Snowene. Kimba is born on the boat that brings his mother to a zoo in Europe, but he escapes, and he returns to the African veld. Caesar's old friends, led by wise old Dan'l Baboon, Bucky Deer, and Pauley Cracker the parrot, try to help Kimba realize his place as the young Prince, but Kimba wants to be more than a strong fighter like father. He is impressed by human civilization and he wants to create a similar animal civilization where beasts will not have to prey on each other. This stirs the opposition of many animals. Even the friendlier carnivores point out that he is basically asking them to starve to death.

Despite the serious tone of the story, the 52 episodes that were syndicated in America in 1966 were kept light and humorous, and were designed to be seen in random sequence. But the Japanese public familiar with the cartoon-art classic had some awareness of the chronology of the TV episodes.

Kimba begins as a babyish cub, acknowledged as the Prince but considered an impractical dreamer by all but his closest friends. Gradually, he accomplishes his goals (including finding a "Meat substitute" for the carnivores) and convinces the other animals of the value of his "civilization." By the last episodes, he is a husky teenager and his peaceful animal kingdom is solidly established."


This is one of my favorite childhood memories. I was very young when I first watched Kimba, The White Lion... but the images and story (and catchy theme song) has stuck with me all of these years. The whole series is now available on DVD... so being the kid-at-heart that I am... you know that will be a purchase I make in the near future!!

Here are lyrics to the theme song:
Kimba (Kimba) Kimba (Kimba) Kimba (Kimba) Kimba (Kimba)
Who lives down in deepest darkest Africa?(Africa)
Who's the one who brought the jungle fame?
Who's the king of Animals in Africa?
Kimba the white lion is his name!
When we get in trouble and we're in a fight
Who's the one who just won't turn and run?
Who believes in doing good and doing right?
Kimba the white lion is the one!
He's the greatest leader, there's no doubt of it.
He's the one we count on night and day.
When there's danger he can get us out of it--
Kimba the white lion leads the way!


Have a great weekend, everyone!

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Those Who Can't Dance...Well, They Just Watch....

"Ragamala Music and Dance Theater is dedicated to preserving the South Indian classical dance form of Bharatanatyam while using it as a springboard for innovative choreography. Old forms are used in new ways to honor the past, celebrate the present, and inspire the future. Ragamala's vibrant classical work and pioneering cross-cultural collaborations demonstrate to diverse audiences the versatility, depth, and contemporary vitality of Bharatanatyam. Sethu (Bridge) is a pioneering global collaborative work that combines South Indian Bharatanatyam dance and Kecak, the powerful vocal tradition of Bali, to create a stunning presentation of the Indian epic Ramayana. "

I'll be watching this amazing performance tonight at the Wharton Center for Performing Arts... it should be wonderful!

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

I Do... But They Don't.

Parents drove their daughter out of state, face kidnap charges

SALT LAKE CITY - The parents of a bride-to-be told their daughter they were taking her on a shopping trip, but then drove to Colorado and kept her there until she missed the nuptials, officials said.

“I’ve never had a case quite like this,” Attorney Kay Bryson said. “It is strange that parents would go to that extent to keep an adult daughter from marrying the man that she had chosen to marry.” Lemuel and Julia Redd have been charged with second-degree felony kidnapping. -AP


By the way... the couple finally did get married.
Should make for great family get-togethers!!


I wonder if this will give my parents any ideas about their 38 year old daughter... they'll probably kidnap me, take me to a different state and MAKE me get married!!

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Think Pink...

Check out the American Cancer Society's website for information about the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks this month... there could be one in your state or even in your own town!


And if you can't participate in Making Strides... at least be sure that you (if you are female) get in for your mammogram!! And tell your mother, sister, grandmother, friend... or any other female you care about, to do the same. We've got to be aware that this disease affects 1 out of 8 women.

Prevention has to be the key until a cure is found!

Worth Watching...

Out of all the new shows that have bombarded us this season... there is one that I feel has stood out from the rest.

Six Degrees has sucked me into it's world and won't let me go. And did I mention that Campbell Scott stars in it??!??

"This intriguing tale of intertwined destinies reminds us that romance, success, peace or forgiveness might be right around the corner, but they can also be lost in an instant. It's a story that underlines just how small the world really is, and how someone just five people away might be shaping your future right now." -ABC (And it is starring Campbell Scott)

"Six Degrees" stars Jay Hernandez ("Friday Night Lights") as Carlos, Bridget Moynahan ("Sex and the City") as Whitney, Erika Christensen ("Flightplan") as Mae, Dorian Missick ("Lucky Number Slevin") as Damian, with CAMPBELL SCOTT ("The Secret Lives of Dentists") as Steven and Hope Davis ("About Schmidt") as Laura.

It's on Thursday night @10pm after Grey's Anatomy (another "McDreamy" reason to watch tv Thursday night) on ABC. Oh, by the way... Campbell Scott stars in it!

You need to see this show, people!

Did I say Campbell Scott?? I meant CAMPBELL SCOTT!!

Monday, October 02, 2006

Q & A....

01. What does your headline mean?
The insight of a Miller. Duh...
02. Elaborate on your default photo:
It was taken this summer... in my kitchen.
03. What's your middle name[s]?:
04. What is your current relationship status?
05. What are you wearing right now?
Black & white striped long sleeve shirt, black pants, black shoes.
06. What is your current problem?
Today, the outlet in my bathroom decided to quit working while I was blowdrying my hair!
07. Who do you love most?
My family and friends
08. Who makes you most happy?
Lilly, my cat
09. Are you musically talented?
You betcha... I can work a stereo like nobody's business!
10. If you could go back in time and change one thing, what would you change?
Let's just say that there was a "peach schnapps incident" in high school that I would like to erase.
11. If you MUST be an animal for ONE day, what would it be?
Lilly, my cat... spoiled rotten.
12. Ever have a near death experience?
I tend to pass out at the sight of blood... so a paper cut can be pretty scary!
13. Can you dance?
My best friend T says NO... but I think that I dance just as good as Elaine on Seinfeld.
14. What's the name of the song that's stuck in your head right now?
“Look What You've Done” by Jet.
15. Who did you cut and paste this from?
Karmyn @ Dreaming What Ifs...
16. Name someone with the same b-day as you.
Loretta Lynn
17. Have you ever destroyed someone's property?
I wrecked my parent's car in high school.
18. Have you ever been in a fight?
In second grade... Darci Hatfield!
19. Have you ever sang in front of a big audience?
Smile, eyes, and a sense of humor.
21. What do you usually order from Starbucks?
No coffee, please.
22. Do you have a crush on one of your myspace friends?
Don't really venture onto MySpace.
23. Ever had a drunken night in Mexico?
I got a little tipsy drinking Corona... does that count?
24. Has anyone ever said you looked like a celebrity?
An orthopedic doctor said he thought that I looked like Tea Leoni. I think he had been drinking! ha
25. Do you still watch kiddy movies or TV shows?
I am still a kid at heart... I own Finding Nemo, Shrek, Monsters Inc. on DVD.
26. Did you have braces?
Yes... with headgear, thank you very much!
27. Are you comfortable with your height?
I guess... I work on the third floor.
28. Do you consider yourself adventurous?
Yes... planning on hiking down to the bottom of the Grand Canyon AND back up in 2008!
29. Do you speak any other languages?
No... Nada. Okay, maybe I do!
30. Whats your favorite smell?