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August 31, 2003

HO-HUM

Another brazen terrorist squirrel attack ignored by the so-called "Department" "of" "Homeland" "Security."

(Thanks to Matthew Alfano)

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*runs through with no socks on*

Well, I'm washing them.

And I should be going to bed...probably will soon.

A Sonic lime slush with citrus rum is mighty fine.

Although perhaps I didn't really need the large...

(or maybe not quite so much rum...)

Always get the large. Take all the rum you can get. Rock on, Susan!

Maybe Sonic should market them with rum...I don't see that becoming a regular item though...

Tequila is good in the lime slush too...

But then, the lime slushes are great anyway.

*collapses into pillow fort*

Hope I didn't land on anyone...lack of sleep, and no lack of rum is knocking me out, I think.

*curls up on pillows*

Nope, no pillow fight for me...

*curls up on pillows next to susan*

*tucks her girls up tight under the pillows
*puts up her dukes*

*lights a 'bug bomb' in the deserted MOAT and departs, warm and happy in the knowledge that it will be a much better place now that the infestation has been exterminated*

I love karma. Everyone gets what's coming to them. Good and bad.

*also warm and happy now that Rick is home from work and will shortly also be tucked up comfy and cozy under her pillow*

Karma.

Hey! I just thought of something! The lawyer said I could take my maiden name back if I want it.

Do you guys know my maiden name?

It's (not its) classical.

dang, I forget that people actually sleep at night. Also, for what it's worth, the smell of the bug bomb is making me high. Or destroying my nervous system, one or the other. Either way, I'm good! :)

Hey!!! What happened to my post? I posted about an hour ago, but it seems to have evaporated.

It was a boring post anyway.......

*looks at blog clock*

Oh, crap.

Good night.

*throws the windows open and the debris out the door*
Aaaahhhh! That's the fresh autumn air and the unclouded sunrise of a new day! It's beautiful, unspoiled and full of promise and possibilities.

*throws the windows open and the debris out the door*
Aaaahhhh! That's the fresh autumn air and the unclouded sunrise of a new day! It's beautiful, unspoiled and full of promise and possibilities.

*peeks out from inside fort*

Am I the FIRST one awake this morning?

*starts
making coffee*

*collects eggs from nearby chicken ranch for omelets*

*starts making
paakes*

Wake up everyone, it's a new day!

Good morning, Peri!

I see great minds think alike!

Wowzer. Interesting night.

*exists*

Posted by: switzerland | 02:02 PM on October 12, 2005
*seconds that*

Everyone has reasons for doing what they do. Logical to others or not. I am not prepared or willing to judge them based on half a story. Or even a whole story really. The thing is this, it's not my life. I can't and won't tell someone else how to behave. Except in a fun Dominatrix kind of way.
Anyone who knows me, knows this. Anyone trying to drag my backside into anything needs to think again. I don't make judgements on other peoples actions. I may get ticked at them and yell at someone, but I will not hold someones life (or life choices) against them.
Remember please, I would never do anything I wouldn't freely admit to having done in public. (well except for the whole midget, trampoline, diehard battery thing but I can't talk about that.) Got a question, ask away. Hearing I've done anything slimey and underhanded, again, ask me. I've committed my share of boneheaded actions, and I will admit to having done them. But I dislike anything being made up against me. Not when my reality is ever so much more interesting and embarrassing.

Now, does anyone have a hangover cure cure? Cause I really shouldn't have looked Mr. Cuervo in the eye last night.
I'd say the wurm was good, but we really don't need more rumours around this place. Unless they involve me, several nekkid moaties, a pool float, some honey and a spatula.

Wowzer. Interesting night.

*exists*

Posted by: switzerland | 02:02 PM on October 12, 2005
*seconds that*

Everyone has reasons for doing what they do. Logical to others or not. I am not prepared or willing to judge them based on half a story. Or even a whole story really. The thing is this, it's not my life. I can't and won't tell someone else how to behave. Except in a fun Dominatrix kind of way.
Anyone who knows me, knows this. Anyone trying to drag my backside into anything needs to think again. I don't make judgements on other peoples actions. I may get ticked at them and yell at someone, but I will not hold someones life (or life choices) against them.
Remember please, I would never do anything I wouldn't freely admit to having done in public. (well except for the whole midget, trampoline, diehard battery thing but I can't talk about that.) Got a question, ask away. Hearing I've done anything slimey and underhanded, again, ask me. I've committed my share of boneheaded actions, and I will admit to having done them. But I dislike anything being made up against me. Not when my reality is ever so much more interesting and embarrassing.

Now, does anyone have a hangover cure cure? Cause I really shouldn't have looked Mr. Cuervo in the eye last night.
I'd say the wurm was good, but we really don't need more rumours around this place. Unless they involve me, several nekkid moaties, a pool float, some honey and a spatula.

Wowzer. Interesting night.

*exists*

Posted by: switzerland | 02:02 PM on October 12, 2005
*seconds that*

Everyone has reasons for doing what they do. Logical to others or not. I am not prepared or willing to judge them based on half a story. Or even a whole story really. The thing is this, it's not my life. I can't and won't tell someone else how to behave. Except in a fun Dominatrix kind of way.
Anyone who knows me, knows this. Anyone trying to drag my backside into anything needs to think again. I don't make judgements on other peoples actions. I may get ticked at them and yell at someone, but I will not hold someones life (or life choices) against them.
Remember please, I would never do anything I wouldn't freely admit to having done in public. (well except for the whole midget, trampoline, diehard battery thing but I can't talk about that.) Got a question, ask away. Hearing I've done anything slimey and underhanded, again, ask me. I've committed my share of boneheaded actions, and I will admit to having done them. But I dislike anything being made up against me. Not when my reality is ever so much more interesting and embarrassing.

Now, does anyone have a hangover cure cure? Cause I really shouldn't have looked Mr. Cuervo in the eye last night.
I'd say the wurm was good, but we really don't need more rumours around this place. Unless they involve me, several nekkid moaties, a pool float, some honey and a spatula.

Did you have some Triple Sec with that, wolfie?

Here you go, wolfie! See if
this helps!

Here you go, wolfie! See if
this helps!

Here you go, wolfie! See if
this helps!

where's my post - it was sooo cute!
*pouts*

where's my post - it was sooo cute!
*pouts*

Wolfie,

I don't have any miracle hangover cures, but just try to re-hydrate yourself and get protein into your system. Gatorade with a teaspoon of protein powder mixed in is good if you can't keep anything solid down.
Hope you're not that bad off, though...

October 15, 2005 - A man getting a "Last Rites" tattoo etched into his arm in a Brooklyn shop yesterday felt dizzy, fainted and fell head-first into a glass display case - slitting his throat and killing him, police said.

Store owner Julio Ramos cried as he described what happened.

OMGWTFBBQ! How's this for an opening sentence?!?! I can't even read the rest of the story. (From the NY Post)

October 15, 2005 - A man getting a "Last Rites" tattoo etched into his arm in a Brooklyn shop yesterday felt dizzy, fainted and fell head-first into a glass display case - slitting his throat and killing him, police said.

Store owner Julio Ramos cried as he described what happened.

OMGWTFBBQ! How's this for an opening sentence?!?! I can't even read the rest of the story. (From the NY Post)

Lt. Woman, yes, that is me. Or I. Or someone here in my head at the moment. Tom sent me the photo of the cat with two tongues.

I'm sorry I missed the party last night. It sounded fun.

If anyone hears from kibby, tell him to call my cell phone; the message at Tom's wasn't clear (probably those stoopid WbyGodVA phone peoples' fault).

Apparently this is why it happened! Right! So the cops gave the guy a citation!!!

Police said Ramos did not have a city tattoo license on display in the shop and was not able to produce one. They also said he did not have records of his clients and the work he has done on them, as required by law.

Wow. I always make the tattoo guy show me his liscence before I get any work done. I hope that guy wasn't getting his on any of his naughty bits. It was a humiliating way to die and it would be worse if he pants were down.


Here's a picture of the tattoo he was getting, which was called - wait for it - Last Rites! Whoa!!!

neo-Julius Caesar? neo-Helen of Troy? neo-Alexander the Great?....

I have posted several times today, startng about 8:00 this morning. None of my posts come through.

Except that one.

neo-politan

Isn't that an ice cream flavor? It was a row each of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry and came in a big rectangular box and everyone only took the chocolate so eventually there was one long hole next to the vanilla.
No? So that was just my family then?
OK.

I've been having trouble posting too and I posted about that but it didn't post *sigh*
Hope this does....

Announcement

I don't like the
new James Bond.

If
Pierce is upset, then so am I.

no, no, no. Pierce Brosnan must always be James Bond

*refuses to accept that he has been replaced*

I was always under the impression that Sean Connery was and always will be the best James Bond. I have heard this from males and females alike.

...but I haven't seen enough Bond films to really know.

West Indian hangover cure? Sweet. I'll take the two pack. And the wooden bottles look cool too.
Sly ~ Apparently yes. Which explains the empty bottle on my counter as well.
Sorry for the triple. I wasn't even here when it reposted itself. I will however, present myself for punishment when I'm done heinzing.
Peri?? Tattoos? On your naughty bits? *faints*

Neo~politan... Yum!
*crosses fingers and posts.. just once*

Bis, I think we all agree that, without a doubt,
Sean was the best Bond. But he, unfortunately like the rest of us *sigh*, got
older. But then along came Pierce, who has been outstanding, so we Bondettes have been happy! But the new guy - blond!!! This will not work.

Wolfie...must be some hangover.

But a hangover cure cure? A cure for a hangover cure?

Now, does anyone have a hangover cure cure?

The rum was delightful...and no hangover. (The pillow fort was quite comfy.) Well, tiny bit of a headache, but I think that's from sleeping til noon. Well, except for a text message at 8:30...(and I quote, "good morning beautiful". Certainly not at that hour on a Saturday.) And two calls from my boss at 9 and 9:30...so now I'm at work with another football game...not at the 6pm start I expected, but a change to a 2:30 start. And lots of cleaning. The calls from my boss were because she was out here already cleaning. I now have to tackle my desk.

EEeeekkkk!

Poor Susan =( Don't you ever get, like, a day just off?
I spent the morning shopping for a bed, so I got to lie down a lot.
Pretty soon J and I will be off to wage laser tag war. There are some boys coming to this party, including that 'cute' Harrison. I'm going to keep my eye on him.

Don't forget, David Niven was James Bond also. (I tried to link to his movie, Cas!no Royale, but since it had the word "Cas!no in it, typepad deemed it spam.

I hosted a family brunch for Meghan's 21st birthday party; her dad, my parents, Jenni, Tim and Meghan. Everything went well and she enjoyed it. Now she's off for a tour of the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and then we'll meet up for dinner (and I get to go into the office and work :( ).

Later!!

Enjoy the lazer tag, Peri.

sly - what about the game?????

Peri...a day off?

What's that?

Although working these Saturday football games are pretty easy...just a few local commercials...I can look around on line...and it's usually a lot quieter than being home...

I'll probably watch part of it via the "C-bol" method (computer at work), listen to part of it on the radio, and watch the end of it at home on TV the way God meant it to be watched.

I really wanted to be at the office before now, but that would have entailed kicking people out of here, and that didn't seem like a good idea. I thought they all had plans, but they just sat around and talked. It was good, though.

And Peri...enjoy the laser tag.

*never got into the Bond thing*

I've always thought laser tag sounded like fun; I loved the rush from paint ball... until I got hit.

Speaking of Bond and age makes me *snicker*

Well butter my butt and call me biscuit.

I think they finally fixed my phone. WooHoo. Now I might consider paying their bill.

Wow.. I missed party night on the Moat! To make it even better, I have to leave for church before I can play again.

Got an email from MiK. Will summarise when I get back home. Had a wonderful day yesterday, gotta tell you about that too.. hope you're still all wanting to play tonight!

*kisses*

*leaves glasses of Midori & Champagne out for everyone.*

*pulls out Blug Butter(TM thingie)*
*passes out *

What?! Wolfie told us to!

SNORK! My link didn't work!

Take two:

*pulls out Blug Butter(TM thingie)*
*passes out spreaders*

What?! Wolfie told us to! (Dintcha, Biscuit?)

My daughter just ran home from the park to tell me, "I peed in the bushes and it was awesome mom. It went straight down and I didn't get any on my leg this time".

This time.

We live ACROSS the street.

"Speaking of Bond and age makes me *snicker*"

*MAJOR snorkage*

Zoodle...why are females always showing us up? I'm still trying not to pee on my foot in the bathroom.

erm...TMI?

Peeing in the woods. The reason I own crotchless undies. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

*avoids peeing in the woods...or indeed outdoors*

Today is the one year anniversary of Jon Stewart's classic mayhem on Crossfire.

You can relive it here :)

Zoodle- perhaps your daugher was trying to keep up with the boys' immaturity?

Joshkr- The Stewart Crossfire incient WAS great. Gave me a warm fuzzy feeling to see him take on Novak et al.

Why can't John Stewart run for President? Or something.
Stewart/Barry in '08! "The only ticket that doesn't take itself too seriously"

Wurm ~ You could be right there! She is only 6 though so,it could just be that home and the bathroom takes wayyyyyyyyyyy too much time away from playing.

She is soon to be 7 and this year we are going to Disneyland!! Our confirmations and Park Hopper Passes arrived by FedEx the other day!! Excitement is building in our house. Woohoooo!!

The bad news: My hard drive is GONE! DEAD! KAPUT! My data is GONE! My music is GONE! My email is GONE! I can't connect to the internet whenever I want!

The good news: I have on-site service!

The bad news: I'll have to re-build all my synthesizer stuff for the band

The good news: We have gigs coming up!

The bad news: We have gigs coming up!

Help!

How much do those data restorers charge, anyway? Oh this sucks.

Sorry to bring down the MOAT. I had to whine to someone!

Booger anyone?

Leetie...

I've dealt with hundreds of crashed hard drives as a tech and there was only one I could not get to boot up one last time to copy over to a new one. Chances are yours will also.

Get a new drive and get windows installed, then hook that drive up as secondary or slave and see if the BIOS will detect it and launch. When it does just copy all your old stuff to a backup folder on the new drive.

A few tricks I've had to use to get that "one last boot"
- Shake it as the computer boots (shake the drive, I mean)
- Hold it at different angles

Those are the "soft" approaches. More desparate ones that I've had work:
- Put it in the freezer for 10 minutes (I saw my old boss do this successfully once, but it always seemed weird to me)
- Beat the hell out of it with a screwdriver handle (this was successful for me on my own drive as a last-ditch effort)

If you want you can call me and I can try to help.

The data restorers are good, but usually charge about 2000 if I remember right. So I've always tried to do it myself unless the data is really worth 2 grand.

Now that I think about it, the only drive I couldn't get data off of, professional data restorers couldn't either. (and no I didn't hit it with a screwdriver handle first!)

Leetie, computers are frustrating.

But I think this method would help.

No thanks for the booger, Leetie...I think I have enough...dusty ones too, from the cleaning.

Josh...I wish I had known you when our on-air computer hard drive crashed...it might have saved us a whole heap of trouble.

Although I knew something was gonna go...the computers were put in in fall '96, updated in fall '97...and nothing really done til late 2003...one had started getting a little flaky...it was defragged and it was just too much for the poor thing and it died...

Thanks Josh. JU has already tried to boot it as a slave. He actually saw the drive last night at first, but it crashed shortly thereafter with an ugly grinding noise. We were about to try the freezer trick, but I got involved with Dell tech support on the phone. As soon as he has our other system ready to go, we'll probably do that as well as your more firm-handed measures.

Thanks so much again. I'll let you know how it goes.

Leetie...cool, let us know

Susan...We used to have a saying "every hard drive crashes someday"

Chewbacca is becoming a US citizen!

I should prolly send it to the blog, but I'm having a no-motivation-for-anything day. If someone else wants to, feel free.

btw... the booger Leetie just gave us... was it like this?

*snicker*

Josh...I knew it would crash...and I was asked several times if I thought the guys that came in to work on things caused it. I don't think they did...anyone who had worked on it would have caused it. It is an old system...the version of the program we run is DOS, not Windows. Money should have been spent updating to new computers and a new program...but we just got what we have working again.

why does it not surprise me that when you google computer and booger, you get people quoting a Dave Barry column?

Since I can't find the column, can I quote the quote that was... um... quoting... Dave's column?

hum... if I don't want to violate the copyright by reproducing the column, is it still wrong to link to a site that has it? I'm sure that it is. But my excuse is the name of the site.

*grins*

Leetie- good luck with the hard drive. So, so sucks when a good drive dies. I, too, have known the freezer trick to work (just don't let it get damp!) but grinding sounds are a baaaaaad sign.

**Hugs**

Joshkr, CYE

By the way, I googled 'Dave Barry Ho-Hum' to find the Moat on this computer. It was the first result!

Neo...*snork* I don't think I had read that one...thank you.

Football's over!

And my desk is reasonably clear.

I can leave soon...once the post game wraps up...

AND if you google Dave Barry Ho Hum and then enter that site through Google, the little drop down menu for "adresses" doesn't memorize the address, so your boss doen't know you were playing on the moat unless she checks history. Which is useful information if your boss happpeneds to be in Los Vegas where the moaties are and you are terribly jealous because you would trade places with her in a heart beat.

Or so I would assume.

Thanks neo, that was a cool DB column, and I was very impressed with myself (if I do say so myself) that I knew what config.whatever was - hooray for me!

*zips out to watch ball game*

Oh my. I've been cleaning up my odds and ends, turning out lights, waiting for the game to wrap up.

Those of you who listened over the summer probably heard mention of the SC Education lottery/Harley hog calling thing. The finals were held Thursday at the state fair. My boss went, because we had a winner locally. She brought back...a wall clock. A wall clock that is about a foot and a half in diameter. With a Harley Davidson logo in the middle.

And bright a red neon light around the face of the clock.

Words fail me. Especially with the overhead light off.

great imagery, susan!

Was the winner calling motorcycles or swine, or is that a redundant question?

*ducks*

Harley clock! Ve hav vays of making you tock!

I'm sorry about that...really...

d'oh! I just got the pig - hog - harley connection

Neo, yep! The pig hog harley connection...(apologies to Kermit)

Why are there so many Davidson logos?
And what's with the red lights outside?
Wall clocks are visions, but this one is hideous,
And the logos are sometimes rawhide.
So we've been sold and some choose ride Harleys
I know they're wearing thongs, wait and see
Someday we'll find it, the pig - hog - Harley connection,
The sweathogs, the drinkers and me.

...ok...I can't continue this one...move along, nothing to see...

Double d'oh. I didn't get the connection until Neo spelled it out. Thanks Neo!!


It's not easy being seen
Spending each day hangin' on the wall
When I think it could be nicer to be small, or tasteful or plain...
or something much more normal like that.

It's not easy being seen
It seems you never blend in with other ord'nary things.
And people tend to look you over 'cause you're
up there standing out like flashy sparkles in the water or stars in the sky.

...and like Joshkr, I've had enough

JU has already tried to boot it as a slave.

Toto, I don't think we're in the 20th Century anymore.

I, too, have heard of the freezer thing. I thought the guys in IT were pulling my leg. The fact that does work DOESN'T mean they weren't pulling my leg, however.

*********

Cardinals :(

Brunch with family and dinner with daughters, son-in-law and Meghan's friends :)

Stack of work to do :(

Oh, Jeff, Jackie and Wurm; Meghan says "HI!"


Later!!

Sly, tell Meghan I say "hi" back, and that we remembered her when Bismuth visited and went looking for the Naked Cowboy..and he wasn't there then, either!

But apparently he's touring now and has his own gospel, so I guess he's moving up in the world.

HO-LY-CRAP.
I chilled it and shook it.
I held it upside down and gave it a whack.
Then I did the same thing to my hard drive HAR! :)
It booted up.
I sat it upon an ice pack.
I transferred data.
Joshkr, bill us for your next 2 turkey sammiches (those that you have to pay for :)).
G'nite!

Josh...and Wurm...oh my...

Yes...the South Carolina Education Lottery had a give away this summer for a Harley Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle...a hog. Radio stations around the state took qualifiers, calling their "Hog".

If it wasn't so late...and I didn't have a headache...I'd look up the site...and post a link here.

However...with this headache I think I will take myself to bed. I'm not sure if it's sinus related or not...but I've had it off and on all day...

So good night to all..

*hugs everyone*

(ok gets a quick grope in too...I may have a headache...I'm not dead yet)

Leetie...YAY!!!! You and JU deserve all the credit, I just encouraged. Hope your data is happy to be home!

And turkey sammiches can be expensive depending on where you purchase them.

Ok, just a little more geek stuff. Ever wonder where CTRL+ALT+DEL originated?

I'm really liking devilducky (and I can't sleep)

Ever want to hear all of your favorite old Nintendo games songs sung a cappella and acted out on stage? Now's your chance!

Ever feel like dancing in your chair to the Windows default sounds? You will now

Josh.. aren't you supposed to be sleeping?

NM.. by the time I've finished this, you will be.

Let me tell you about my Saturday. I was at my sister's place. Her husband is away for a few days and I was visiting - next thing, she was saying "Stay" and "Would you like a drink?" So the two of us and another friend watched a couple of chick flicks and drank Midori and champagne. That's a lovely evening. I ended up sleeping there overnight, though, because we were all too tired to leave after the movie ended.

Josh.. I pick Pizza 'n' ice cream. Men in tight pants offer few, if any, surprises.

Congrats to CMB on his first steps!! You're in trouble trying to keep up with him now, Brian.

Wurm.. when you linked Anne Heche and Tommy Lee Jones, I didn't read the "Jones" part. My brain froze up trying to contemplate what him?

Neo.. if you're still looking for a surname, there's always "neoterism" or "neophobia". As for classical names.. Neo Puccini.

While heinzing, I was thinking about renaming this "Legal Moat 2" - everything seemed to be in triplicate for a minute or two there.

El... We did the same with the neopolitan ice cream. Except then Dad would serve it to make sure that everyone got a mix of ice cream.
I agree with you about James Bond.. Pierce Brosnan all the way. Brosnan is also good in "Evelyn" which was one of the movies we watched last night. Based on true story (set in 1953) about an Irish Catholic father whose wife leaves him for another guy and the government takes his children (including daughter Evelyn) out of his care. The movie centres on his battle to regain custody of his children and to change Irish law. Very enjoyable.
*Sidebar* Does anyone else who reads the Eve Dallas books think of Pierce Brosnan with slightly longer hair when they try to mentally picture Roarke? Yeah, me too.

This (among other stuff.. ) from MiK!
I just sent MarieP a short account of tonight's Ariane launch and a photo, so that should be up soon on the Yahoo group. The photo is of the rocket, not me, because I look awful in the pictures the Giant Frog took of me, all sweaty because we rushed to the beach to not miss the launch.

Happy 21st Birthday (slightly belated!) to HRH Princess Meghan!!

Susan.. if you find the hog-calling & Harley link.. don't post it here before you send it to His Daveness. The world needs to know about this.

It's 12:40am and I really should be heading for bed, (and I will be soon....)

I just wanted to post a little something before I go. Now the two guys in this article have had trouble staying employed in the last couple of years. They left high paying secure jobs for a variety of reasons, and they've not been able to find a long-term place to fit since then. To make it clear, they're both arrogant w@nkers, but I like Hosking and I loathe Holmes with unwarranted intensity... having said that... this really is quite funny.

*zips in*

*cracks knuckles in the "guy" way*
OUCH!
*does 20 push ups*
*collapses*

Hey! I'm warming up for Fantasy Football. My team is playing the undefeated (hopefully not for long") Mullets!

puts on cheerleader outfit and starts chant:

Let's go Big Team, Let's go!

*zips out for more coffee and Power Bar to keep up energy level*

*zips back in*

What? No one is paying attention to me?

*goes into MOAT dressing room to chane outfits*

OK, is this better?? :)

According to the folks at Merriam-Webster,today is Happy Dictionary Day!
Peri dear, could you please make a note of it for the MOAT calendar? Thanks.
AND
in other news,
The Yiddish Word of The Day is -
advokat
(ad-voh-kaht)
lawyer, attorney
as in
*sigh* I used to be an advokat....

I already had Dictionary Day on the new calendar, El!

I have found the perfect kids party. Put war paint that glows under black light on 'em, hand them weapons that make cool noises and turn them loose in a place, and this is important, that is not your place. They came out an hour later sweaty, red in the face and higher than kites on adreneline. I pass over the 'spin the relish bottle' game in the party room afterwards as I'm trying to forget that. It was dark by the time we left and they all had glow sticks. To passing traffic it must have looked like a light sabre battle was raging through my minivan. After we got home, no one wanted to leave - so they all stayed here! Lucky me! I need a valium!

And the thanks this wretched child of mine gave me for what was unanimously voted the best party ever? A tantrum because I wouldn't let everyone sleep over. I mean, I know I'm officially crazy right now but I'm not completely off my head.

Coming down from a group adreline rush = tantrum! You probably could have said she couldn't eat brussel spouts (homage to sly!) and she would have had one - LOL!

But other than that it sounds like a good time was had by all - including Mom!

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