Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Catch Up Time!

Ohmygoodness, life is passing by faster than I can blog it. In bullets, then:
  • Dentist tomorrow, I'm pre-whining. There will be shots, and more whining.
  • Haircut Thursday, still growing out the craptastic Carol Brady Do.
  • My sister and I picked out the same card for Mom on Mother's Day:


[Insert Twilight Zone music].

  • Brian's friend Chris dropped off a Mother's Day card for me again this year. The sweety. He showed up last year also, while Brian was in bootcamp, and I cried. This time I smiled.


  • The cable internet people came to my house for a 3rd time in as many months, and "fixed" my cable. I was so happy, until I walked 'round back to find about 40,000 feet of orange cable spread across my lawn, through a gate I don't use, and across the neighbor's lawn to a cable box. Try mowing around this:


  • I went to a party a few weeks ago, in which a fortune teller was hired for entertainment. This one has been voted best psychic in the CU area, and I have to admit: she summed up the last couple years of my life eerily accurately, with no prompting on my part.

    Ha, she told me I haven't dated much since my divorce, and that have a tendency to cut men off at the knees. She said that! I have no idea what she's talking about. But I'm going to meet a nice guy pretty soon, she said. A good guy, she said. Aren't you just dying? Want me to keep you posted?


  • When I meet him, I'll play He Loves Me, He Love Me Not, with this giant daisy at the Urbana post office.

OK. That's a wrap. There are bigger and better tales to come, I promise.

16 comments:

  1. Love the daisy. Love the cards ~ all of them. LOVE the fortune. Oooo...can't you just smell the suspense?

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  2. She's the best! I've had her read my cards before.

    I've been meaning to head over to International Galleries and have it done again---I just had a birthday.

    Did you get to keep a tape of your session?

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  3. Luckily, the bad haircut will have grown out before you meet Mr. Nice Guy. Or maybe it wouldn't have mattered, since he'll be too nice to say anything. Unlike me, I guess.

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  4. "Cut men off at the knees"

    Hopefully I'm safe with 15,664 klms between us!

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  5. I hate it when people leave giant dasies around like that. Don't they care about the environment?

    Good luck at the dentist.

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  6. YES keep me posted! I hope he's dreamy...

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  7. oooh that's a good fortune...now you'll have somebody to do all that nasty plunging for ya'!

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  8. Ok are you serious about that giant daisy? What's it made off?

    Oh and what's up with the 40,000 feet of orange cable? Did they leave it or something?

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  9. StFarmer2:10 PM

    If I knew your name, I'd buy you dinner... I always thought it was gnightgirl.

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  10. But I'm going to meet a nice guy pretty soon...

    So, you're coming to Mau'i?

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  11. StFarmer7:51 AM

    Bloomington is MUCH closer than Maui.

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  12. True, but distance makes the heart grow fonder. ;)

    Oh, her name is Lori.

    :)

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  13. StFarmer3:02 PM

    Thanks!

    Oh yeah... I think it's out of sight, out of mind. :)

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  14. Oh boy, 2 knights fighting over me, this is GREAT ::claps hands, delightedly::

    I'm just going to sit over here and sip on a mint julep and browse through my bridal magazine, until a winner is declared.

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  15. StFarmer8:27 AM

    Gotta love a woman with a sense of humor!

    Need a refill?

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  16. Is this the part where I need to quote Shakespeare?

    Ah, what light through yonder window shines?

    or

    A rose by another name would smell as sweet...

    Why is GG smirking at both of us?

    LOL!

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