February 23, 2004
Complete with photo galleries and a corn muffin recipe!
Happy Monday, all!
His name is John. That's all we needed to know.
So happy I was able to watch with some of my girlfriends.
It was a good show.
February 22, 2004
I sure hope so.
And while I'm excited to see what happens, I'm dreading that it's the last show.
On tap for me today: my college friend Leslie is coming in to town from Chicago and staying with me tonight. She's doing her MBA as well as working, so today we're going to do some major homework. Then we'll head to the store, and buy some appetizers.
The law school gang (Shel, Kel, Heidi, Polly, and Jaime) are coming over around 7 pm. We'll start the food, wine, and cosmos. Then at 8 pm, we'll start watching the beginning of the end.
The 19-year-old actress will be the face of a new Calvin Klein fragrance that will hit the market in the fall.
February 21, 2004
Today lunch with the parents. Then Mom is getting a haircut and a highlight so Dad and I have to occupy ourselves. I think I'll take him to a bar to watch some basketball games. Or maybe to HH Gregg to look at flatscreen TV's. (He's been looking in to getting one).
My parents are moving to Indianapolis this summer. There is a party tonight at the development where they are moving. Not all of the houses are done yet (my parents' place won't be done until July), but most (if not all) of the lots are sold, so the development is having a party at the clubhouse so the neighbors can start to get to know each other.
February 20, 2004
When was the last time you...
1. ...went to the doctor? About 4 months ago.
2. ...went to the dentist? Just this past December.
3. ...filled your gas tank? This morning on my way to school.
4. ...got enough sleep? Can't even remember a time...
5. ...backed up your computer? I think never. Yikes!
During a public hearing Wednesday, Tony Goltstein, a Dutch immigrant, drank the mixture in front of a surprised crowd of about 200 people at the Randolph County Fairgrounds.
Isn't there another way to prove the waste was safe?
February 19, 2004
Watch "Rocky Horror Picture Show" on Bravo for the 4,863 time.
BUT, I give two thumbs down to his new shirt.
Jacobs has designed a series of T-shirts with a print of New York senator Hillary Clinton's smiling face superimposed on colors ranging from hot pink to dark brown, vaguely reminiscent of Andy Warhol's iconic series of Marilyn Monroe prints.
For a mere $60, you can wear Hilbaby on your chest. I'll pass.
UPDATE: Yale Diva agrees.
Tired of being angry with IU's coaching? Here's a great outlet for your frustration: WEAR IT! Head over to Josh's online store and pick up a lovely "Fire Mike Davis" shirt or perhaps a "Because I love IU, I hate Mike Davis" mug.
I miss Bobby.
February 18, 2004
Scottish & Newcastle plans to shut the Fountain Brewery in Edinburgh, a site with considerable real estate potential, by the end of the year with the loss of 170 jobs.
A local citizen stated: "The Fountainbridge brewery has been part of the Edinburgh scene for 150 years and our thoughts must be with the employees and their families as this landmark site is set to disappear."
Very sad. I met an old man who worked there while I was sitting with friends in a pub in Edinburgh. I hope he has retired by now or has another job.
Variety says the show's writer and executive producer is writing a big-screen movie about Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte. And Variety says deals are being worked out now with Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis.
Well, I didn't want just any old quote on my invites. You could make up your own. I thought about: "I survived the hell," but I didn't think that was too appropriate to send out to my employer and grandparents.
I did some searching and settled on this one: "Imagination disposes of everything; it creates beauty, justice, happiness, which is everything in this world." -Blaise Pascal
What do you think?
February 17, 2004
This actually happens, folks! When I was a freshman in high school, I was in my school's production of "The Sound of Music." The Sunday before we ran the show, we had an all day double-run. The director always had everyone pitch-in something so people would have something to eat since we were usually there for at least 12 hours straight. This dumbass guy who was running the sound board baked pot brownies. Little did ANY of the people know. It sent several people to the hospital--INCLUDING the little cuties who were playing the VonTrapp children.
Glad I don't have a sweet tooth!
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