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I miss Rachel & in her memory I'm letting things "hang out" on this anonymous account.
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#6 all the way. Damn.
Happy Birthday! Sharing to commence immediately. BTW, I read #26 as "my favorite FOLLOWERS are Zinnias" & I was a little hurt. How sad is that?
It's connection for me. Living in a new state, trying out a car-free life, it's a sanity life-line. And, through it I found The Bloggess, which led me to all her blogs, which led me here, which got me some great shoes (still loving my Trekkers) and a vibrator for 50% off & free shipping. Really, it's a life-changer. ;-)
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2010 on The Point of Twitter at BloggingDangerously
Mmm. You make me miss my Marine. There was an awful lot good about that relationship. I choose (at this moment) not to remember the bad and just remember the yummy. Like the way his haircut felt on my palm and the time he wore his dress blues on a plane so that's how I'd see him at the airport. What? He did *not* do that for the free drinks from other travelers at the departing airport. Shut up. I'm wondering if anyone else measured their ex-boyfriends with their hands? I wouldn't have dared go near a guy with a ruler when I was younger. My Marine was quite I bit bigger than my reach from pinkie to thumb; I couldn't quite reach an octave on a piano and I couldn't quite reach his length. Don't get me started on girth. Le sigh.
I remember reading in the 1980's (high school) that Sweden had cup-shaped mammography machines. I assumed that by the time I was needing one we would have those too. What.The.Hell? I need to get a baseline one as I finally weaned my daughter. Don't wanna. Maybe I get my passport first and finally take a trip back to the Swedish Motherland?
Toggle Commented Jun 10, 2010 on If... at BloggingDangerously
I've gotta start keeping a list. You are an inspiration!
We are constantly asked by special ed people we deal with if our son has any hearing issues, as they can be common with Down syndrome. Yeah, uh, no. He hears quite clearly very quiet noises that we wish he wouldn't notice. Ahem.
Toggle Commented May 31, 2010 on With Apologies to PBS at BloggingDangerously
Little assignment spawns pages of comments!
Toggle Commented May 31, 2010 on A Writing Assignment at BloggingDangerously
I tried sugaring at home (thank you about.com) on my legs and got weird bruises. I didn't chicken out when pulling either. Not sure what I did wrong. Anyway, I just shave -- my legs that is. As far as bush whacking I did it once and felt like a 9yo so that was it for me. Hubby prefers a bushier bush than I do so I have to beg for a shaping/trim; when we do it he's the technician & uses a clipper. Frankly I really think I wouldn't like being hairless more now because of my c-section scar. It's tiny and nice (GREAT ob/gyn), but still.
Toggle Commented May 27, 2010 on Bush Whacking at BloggingDangerously
Dunno, I think "shut your suck" is worse than "shut your pie hole" -- I'd like to think my mouth deserves some pie too, ya know?
Toggle Commented May 27, 2010 on Ode to a Yellow Chair at BloggingDangerously
Lordy, I'm glad all these people come here because I do.not.have.time to read all your blogs too. I actually had to walk away from the computer after the "where's the 10th? On my toothbrush?" part cuz damn. Gave me the creepy-crawlies. Then Bee adds the teacup part & that they were both idiots. My kids are mad that my snorting stifled-laughter is interrupting Elmo. I love it here. So glad my hubby is excited that I bought a vibrator. I lived with a Marine (probably not pertinent) for 3 years. He was also Catholic (definitely pertinent). I'm sure he wouldn't have wanted me to have a vibrator. One of the 3 times I thought he was going to kill me (not a euphemism) was when he figured out where I was heading as I kissed down his chest. I didn't even get to his bellybutton and he had a hold of me by my hair to stop my progress. Apparently he was not kidding when he said that he had had enough blow jobs from the bar girls in the Phillipines to last a lifetime, and that the future mother of his children didn't need to do *that*. Then he had the audacity to tell my cousin (his BFF & brother Marine which is how we met) that we broke up because I WOULDN'T blow him. That's right "wouldn't" with a W. As if multiple requests were refused. More like didn't because I thought I'd get my neck snapped. As if I didn't know the gov't had trained him to kill people quietly; what I didn't know was if it would be painless so I decided not to find out. Damn, once again I'm glad I didn't marry him.
Toggle Commented May 26, 2010 on Vindictive Love Tips at BloggingDangerously
Wanted to chime in that I'm glad you weren't murdered (duh). Also I've never seen Criminal Minds so had to google Mr. Nummy, thanks so much for that! He's almost as pretty as the guy on the horse.
I think I'm with Maytina, sorta. Blow jobs are definitely a regular part of our repertoire & it's great when what I want is what only I can give myself. He's happy, he goes on his way, then Mama gets some quiet time. It's the only time he's truly happy to be on solo kid duty.
Toggle Commented May 25, 2010 on Dangerous Letters, Vol. 5 at BloggingDangerously
One of the positives of having my son in a special ed preschool is that they are very conscious at school of keeping sick kids home. Some of the little ones are actually medically fragile and the families really seem to do a good job of keeping germs at home. Maybe you have to have seen your kid intubated before this kind of crap actually strikes brain?
Toggle Commented May 25, 2010 on Dear Kit, at BloggingDangerously
Coupon still worked for me in the wee hours this morning. After insurance the total was still <$15. I think that may get me off right there!
Toggle Commented May 22, 2010 on He's at Home: A Buying Guide at BloggingDangerously
Yeah, I'm reading all the archives. I want to be you. I hate that.
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