I abso friggin' lutely LOVE my days off. Mr. G only had to work a half day, since he has no full day off this week. Because he starts so early in the morning, his half day ends at 9 a.m. I got up at 6:30, took Holly for a walk in the thick fog. It was lovely, despite the fact that it was starting to get humid already.We came home, and I hung out two loads of laundry, exercised, scrubbed the kitchen and by 11:30 was showered and back in my summery cotton p.j.'s. (P.J.'s.....they're not just for night time anymore.)
Mr. G was also showered after exercising, so he hit me up for some sex,
and by noon thirty we were both ready to nap. Sweet!
Any Dead Like Me fans out there? I'd like to know how Reggie's sister died? The one that was Cynthia Steveson's daughter on the show? I saw a couple eps, but not the beginning one, and I was kinda curious as to how she died. The show seemed interesting at first, then it got downright depressing.
These utility companies are getting ridiculous. Penelec raised it's prices and my electric bill went from $56 a month to $86. That's total BULLSHIT.
Bugs sends this stupid criminal story o'the day link. I'm sure he blended in on the streets every bit as much as the twit who painted his jeep camouflage colors.
McDonalds is very clever. They are giving six moms brand new laptops and access to their restaurants, processing plants, orchards--who knew McDonald's even HAD orchards--and test kitchens. This is a bid to get good press from moms, who generally agree that McDonald's food is not healthy. They get to keep the laptops and
McDonalds claims that they will have no control over what is written. I'm wondering though how these six were chosen out of 4000? While they aren't being paid, McDonalds will pay for their travel. McDonalds stresses that the moms are "journaling," not "blogging," so consumer comments to the entries will NOT be posted. I think that's a cop out. If McDonalds really believes in it's food, then it should allow an open flow of conversation concerning this subject.