Sunday, May 2, 2010

Sunday, part 2.

Continued.

125 comments:

Margaret said...

In the spirit of full disclosure this is what I just posted to the ladies at fellowship :) And as a side note, I think I'm getting a yeaster from the antibiotics I'm on - ugh! Pass the yogurt tampons!

Hi ladies - hot and muggy here too.

On cyber drama - here is what I know. I've commented on JM and GM online. I don't know if the two are related but there is a new blog site meant to call out "blog haters". Last week the blog's author put up a picture of my house. She said it was a random picture from google earth but how likely is that? Anyway, that's what I know. Mea culpa for commenting on the lives of people I don't know.

My big news is hubs job over hired, he was the last one in so he got his pink slip last week. The commute was really long so while I'm not glad I don't think it's the worst thing to happen. I'm going to go back to work FT tomorrow and now that he's home we can start the renovations on our house. I just need to figure out what I want to do - and I need stripey for that!

Thanks for all your e-mails ladies - you all are the bestest. I don't want my issues with whoever online to bring bad karma to fellowship.

Southern Woman said...

I feel about kittens like I do about babies. They are darling to look at and fun to play with/hold for a few minutes. But then they get annoying. I prefer cats.

Robin said...

REPOST:

I thought of you when I was in Greenville, Bella. Can you imagine?!

They were having a "Top of the Hops" festival there the day I went, involving hundreds and hundreds of craft beer makers giving away samples of their stuff. And I thought of you, and how you'd love it.

Believe it or not!

Anonymous said...

Robin, that sounds wonderful. Did you stop and try anything?

Southern Woman said...

Margaret, I'm so sorry about your husband's job. You have a good attitude about it.

Anonymous said...

Margaret, glad to see you back :) Sorry about the hub's job, but it sounds like it *may be a good thing, so that he can work on your house?

Southern Woman said...

I'm such a beer loser. I'll go over to someone's house and they'll say "Would you like a beer?" And I'll ask what kind they have, and they spout off all these "fancy" beers and I say, "Got any Bud Light? Coors Light?" Then I drink water.

Robin said...

Oh, believe me I wanted to, Bella. But I have a strict no drinking and driving policy, so since I was flying solo, I couldn't enjoy sipping samples like I would have wanted to. :(

Anemone Pie said...

Margaret, that sucks about Mr. Margaret's job. Is he going to start looking right away while working on the house? And what's "stripey"?

Taiya said...

Hi all! :)

Of course you get all chatty when I am busy doing projects. I am rag-painting the stool that my hubs made for DD, making a chalkboard out of a cabinet door, and *finally finishing the mailbox I started painting about 5 weeks ago. :)

Jill said...

Sorry about the job Margret.

Taiya said...

Margaret- sorry about your husband's job. Can I just say I snickered a bit at "Mr. Margaret'? Can I ask what kind of renovations? I am an HGTV addict and the word "renovations" gets me all in a tizzy and makes want to go to Home Depot and do them to my house.

Margaret said...

He is union so he can't look on his own or work non-union because he would lose his benefits. He does commercial jobs and there just isn't a lot here right now. Yes, he'll be working on our house and doing a lot of fishing :) We live in the house he grew up in and we need to re-do some rooms.

AP - I had posted that over on fellowship - stripey is one of the ladies over there who knows remodeling the way I like it :)

Jill said...

OMG, who is going to watch this with me on Wednesdays?
http://www.wetv.com/sunsetdaze

It's Jersey Shore meets Golden Girls.

Anonymous said...

I always have grand plans for renovations. My problem is that if I see five different styles of the same thing, say bathroom sinks, I will immediately gravitate to the most obscenely expensive one. This happens with purses, as well. So, we do things around here slow but sure. We need to do the kitchen so badly, but it's just so pricey to redo the kitchen, bah!

Robin, too bad you didn't get to sample any beer, but I totally understand about not drinking and driving...that's why I spend a lot of time at home :D

Anonymous said...

Jill! I laughed so hard when I saw that preview on TV. I'm going to DVR it.

Margaret said...

Taiya - we are taking down the drywall and ceilings in the living room, Hannah's room and my office and putting up new drywall and some built in shelves. I wanted to blow-out the one wall and make our living room bigger but I've not been able to negotiate that.

KaytieJ said...

Margaret - Good luck with the house renovations. That is nice to have him be able to do it. Such a pain having strangers in the house. I do hope he can get a job soon, though.

Hello R2! My dh hooked up the tractor with the rototiller and when he gets home today, I am hoping we can get my big garden started. My dh loves "Tractor Therapy" and it sounds like yours does, too.

Taiya - your projects sound like fun! I am making your cinnamon rolls for when the boys get home. Thanks again for the recipe.

Margaret said...

I have a hard time making up my mind too Bella. I've lived here almost 8 years and so far we've only redone 1 bathroom and a hallway. We had to get a new roof a few years ago. When they took the shingles off the wood was rotten down through the joists. We ended up spending around 20 when it was supposed to be 5-7k. The problem was our bathrooms were not vented to the outside so all shower moisture ended up in the attic.

Margaret said...

Ok - getting ready to roll out with my girl.

BID, BID, BID!

Southern Woman said...

R2, I just checked the radar at weather.com, and I don't really see how we can avoid rain tonight, so I'm going to cross my fingers and not water yet.

Southern Woman said...

Oooo, St. Elmo's Fire comes on in a few minutes. 80's flashback anyone? It was such a bad movie, but I liked it! Who didn't love the Brat Pack?

Tara. said...

Happy Sunday Morning, ladies!

Margaret, I'm so sorry to hear about your husbands job. It sounds like y'all already have a plan and I really hope it works out well for all!

St. Elmo's Fire is one of the best movies ever!

In a while, I'm taking Thing 1 and 2 to the mall for summer shoes and some shorts. Then my younger sister and I are going Antique shopping. Unfortunately, in light of this stupid laptop issue, I won't be able to buy anything. :o(

What's everyone up to today?

KaytieJ said...

:::screeching to halt from vacuuming couch due to 80's Flashback:::

Be still my heart. I so wanted to marry Judd.

:::back to vacuuming, only this time with a St. Elmo's dance step:::

Tara. said...

Jill-that looks interesting! I used to love Golden Girls. I want to be Betty White when I grow up-she rocks.

Muliebrity said...

Sister and her monster are gone and they only causality was the full length mirror in my bedroom. We had a nice little visit.

Tara. said...

I'm so glad the news is reporting that the police said that bomb in Times Square was "amateurish". Good idea! Piss of the bomber by saying he/she/they are an amateurs.

Anonymous said...

Tara, I saw that, too. Now he is going to go back to his bomb-making cave and try harder. They got fingerprints off everything in the car, though, so I bet they will find whoever did it. Guess he thought he didn't have to be careful since he expected it to blow to bits.

Muliebrity said...

:::passing the yogurt to Margaret:::

Anonymous said...

Mulie.......I feel that when you say "we had a nice little visit" is muliespeak for "I had hubs pretend he had to go buy milk so he could follow her out the subdivision and make sure she really left" ;~)

(I'm kidding........I'm sure your sis AND her monster are fab)


Margaret.......I am so sad for you. This totally sucks. I can't believe you would continue to make such sacrifices on my brother's behalf when you have so much on your plate. I am really in awe of you, and I will be praying about the job situation.

Jill said...

Looks like we are all watching the same movie.

Of to the grocery store alone. Frankly, I'm looking forward to it.

KaytieJ said...

Alert:
3 more hours 'till FT's EBay move :-D

Southern Woman said...

Thanks for the reminder, Kaytie. I've got to keep my eye on Taiya. She promised last minute shock and awe.

KaytieJ said...

Our Taiya - she is a vicious one :-D

KaytieJ said...

Shopping alone is heaven. Enjoy your time Jill!

KaytieJ said...

AP - I doused the couches and rugs after vacuuming with Febreeze and now I am one big wheeze. What was the Linen scented product you used?

Taiya said...

I can only attempt last minute shock and awe if someone reminds me that it is getting close to 5 when it is, in fact, getting close to five. Otherwise my shock and awe will be a big fizzle. Which is the most likely thing to happen.

Getting ready to post obscene photographs on my blog of my painted items. Everyone watch out. You have been given fair warning so I don't want to hear about my vile, evil painting photos later.

Anemone Pie said...

Jill, I'm definitely going to watch! Look, there's a quiz so we can see who we're most like. http://www.wetv.com/polls/chart/data/2281-question-1.html

This is mine, lol. I know y'all are shocked.
I want to see how accurate it is when I watch, now.


"Your assessment: Mostly Es - The Ex-Nun - You're the exception. At first glance, you may seem quiet and innocent, but the more people hang around you the more they come to realize just how crazy and wild you can be. You're not afraid to speak your mind and feel entitled to, after spending so much time in silence. After a short warming up, you come out of your shell and let your true colors shine. If only your high school classmates can see you now..."

Anemone Pie said...

"AP - I doused the couches and rugs after vacuuming with Febreeze and now I am one big wheeze. What was the Linen scented product you used?"

Kaytie, I'm trying to find it online and can't...it might be discontinued since I got it at the Dollar General but it's a pour/squirt bottle (not a spray) of Fantastik brand cleaner but they apparent;y partnered with Glade since it also had the Glade logo on it saying itscented with Glade's Clean Linen scent. I'd never seen it before and it cleaned really well, plus you can still smell the linen scent a bit today.

KaytieJ said...

Mostly Es - The Ex-Nun - You're the exception. At first glance, you may seem quiet and innocent, but the more people hang around you the more they come to realize just how crazy and wild you can be. You're not afraid to speak your mind and feel entitled to, after spending so much time in silence. After a short warming up, you come out of your shell and let your true colors shine. If only your high school classmates can see you now...

Quick, somebody else take the quiz so we know there is more than one answer!

This one does not surprise me, though :-D

KaytieJ said...

I'm going to search for it. The febreeze got rid of the hairy dog smell, but it is so cloying.

Margaret said...

No worries Elisabeth - he was out of work last time for a year. We are not material people and there's always the full moon shaking money :)

An amateurish bomb can still do a lot of harm. I participate in drills for disaster preparedness in the DC area. My belief is that it's not a matter of if but when something else happens in the US.

bookjunkie said...

Hey y'all!! Oh, I love the Dollar General for cleaning supplies, AP. Cheaper and ours has a great selection. I usually get my TP and paper towels there, too so I don't have to risk getting into a fight w/someone at Wal-Mart.

I'm trying to get myself in a better mood. Stepson who's 21 and I haven't had the greatest relationship after husband died. It's really been something I've gone back and forth about b/c it's just a sticky situation w/me being step-parent, which sucks by the way. Daughter has really felt the brunt of it though b/c she truly misses her big brother being in her life. Anyway, he found both daughter and I on FB and friended us, which absolutely made my whole weekend. But... I've been so teary and just, I don't know... since last night. I guess just thinking back over memories and things. Even though it's been 3 years and I feel like I should be okay and am most days, this grief thing... it sucks. Just no way around. What y'all were saying earlier though about taking the time to grieve? So very true. And while I'm thinking about it.... this place? I don't give a shit what anybody says is one of the most open, accepting places where one can laugh, cry, bitch, or scream and just be who they are I've seen online and I've been online for a long damn time.

Anonymous said...

Your assessment: Mostly As - You are the Big Man on Campus - You've got an exuberant personality that is very infectious. You are always ready for an adventure, sometimes taking on new tasks. You don't let your age stop you... ever! You are lovable, diverse and will never back down from a challenge.

That's right, ladies. I don't let my age stop me!

KaytieJ said...

I'm afraid you are right Margaret :-( I hate when I have to participate in the Portland ones, but it is necessary.

And with that, off to do more cleaning. I should have my head examined since dh and the teens will be roaring through here soon!

Anemone Pie said...

Kaytie, you got the same one? I'm so shocked. Only not. ;-)
I don't know if y'all have the Festival and Fabuloso brands of cleaners up there or if they're pretty regional but if you can find them, I think you'll like them. They clean well, but they are perfumed. I think they even say that's one of their properties. Their Pinalen disinfectants are great, too...far better, imo, than Pine-Sol. http://www.alen.com.mx/alenamericas/festival-apc.htm

and http://www.colgate.com/app/Colgate/US/HC/Products/HouseholdCleaners/Fabuloso.cvsp

I'm laughing now because I realized I own every product shown there but for the spray and a couple they don't show like lime and gardenia ones.

KaytieJ said...

:::tossing the cleaning crap:::
BJ - Hon, I wish I were there to give you a big damn hug, feed you one of Taiya's cinnamon rolls, and tell you a funny story. You have every right to have a teary day. I can't imagine the loss, just know that for you to have come this far through it, you are a strong person, no matter how weak you feel right now. Bless you.

KaytieJ said...

Oh! AP - I was tossing my cleaner crap...just saw your cleaning supply post. THANK YOU!

Anemone Pie said...

Awww, Molly, your step-son finding you turned out to be such a bittersweet thing, then. But good. In the end, very good and I'm glad for you and your daughter. :-) Yep, I love the Dollar General for cleaning stuff, too! There's a DG Marketplace near here and they've got a little grocery store section with meats and everything, all at great prices.

Bella, that's so you. *nods*

Anonymous said...

AP, I use Fabuloso. I get it at the Hispanic grocery store near my house. If you ever want to get *heavily perfumed cleaners, hit up any store catering to the Latino population. I like to shop there because they carry the stuff for me to make my own laundry detergent.

Anonymous said...

BJ, glad you reconnected with your step-son, and sorry it brought on memories that made you sad. Sometimes it's good to think about those type of things, though. Hopefully this will all be a great thing, in the end.

bookjunkie said...

So, it's 90 degrees w/a humidity index of 1000 here today. I'm hot, bitchy, and trying to pull myself outta this funk.

Thought I'd run to the corner store where they have a crushed ice machine. I love me some Coke Zero over crushed ice! Ok, this is a total redneck little store where they have tables in the back (by the ice machine) where all the nasty old men sit around and drink coffee. I was thrilled to see only 1 old man getting up, I thought, to leave b/c me = bitchy, hot, no shower, NOT in the mood to chit chat w/dirty old men today.

Oh, hell no, Mr. cigar hangin' out of his mouth, rope (yes, thin white rope) for a belt to hold his pants up wanted to know if he could shovel my ice into the bag for me. WTF? I thanked him and told him I could get it. Oh, hell no. He grabs the bag and tells me to hold it open while he shovels the ice. I'm thinking, the whole time I'm biting the side of my cheek to keep from laughing, "What would the daisies do?" WWDD =) Would the daisies be nice and let the old fart dip the ice out? Or would the daisies tell him to get the hell outta the way? LOL Oh and his fingernails were not the cleanest I've ever seen either. Gross!

Anyway, it did lighten my mood a little, just the sheer ridiculousness of the situation. Now, I'm at home, w/a bag of crushed ice in the freezer, feeling like I either need to bleach the hell of it or just throw it away.

Do you think we should get WWDD bracelets made, though? ;)

Anemone Pie said...

Bella, yep, I think that's why we can find these brands in most grocery stores - Florida. I really like the Suavital (tel?)fabric softeners, too. The red Fabuloso is sooo good.

Margaret said...

Aw BJ - I'm sorry xoxo

Anemone Pie said...

We have many bracelet makers here so sure!

The ice? I think I'd have to toss it...sorry.

Southern Woman said...

BJ, hugs from me too. I'm glad your stepson friended you.

Margaret, I agree with you that it's just a matter of time until there are more terrorists attacks in the U.S. I tend to think that's the price of living in a free country, and that efforts to "fight terrorism" are not going to be successful. Kind of like the war on drugs.

bookjunkie said...

Thanks, y'all! It will be a good thing. He lives a ways from us but has already mentioned to my daughter on FB maybe visiting this summer. I'm really happy about the whole thing, but especially for daughter. She really needs to have a relationship w/him and it's been something that's bothered her, so has been great for him to reach out to her.

Southern Woman said...

If he scooped it with a scoop, I'd eat the ice.

bookjunkie said...

Yeah, I know. I just cannot even think about the ice. Dammit. It'll get tossed in the yard. I've have plenty of regular ice that will do, just loved the crushed. Damn old man, LOL.

bookjunkie said...

He did use a scoop and probably didn't even touch it but ugh! Who knows. It was just one of those shake my head moments, where you feel like, only me.

Anonymous said...

I would have hip-checked him, tied him up with his rope belt, and dumped the ice on his head.

Too much?

Margaret said...

Sometimes the old guys with ropes for belts have millions in their mattresses at home. Maybe you should invite him over for a coke :)

bookjunkie said...

Margaret- so sorry about your husband's job. I love your outlook and sounds like y'all are going to make the best of it. I'm so glad you're still posting here with us.

msntgal said...

BJ - I'm glad that he is trying to reconnect and I'm sorry that you are having a rough go of everything.

Elisabeth - thanks for the update and it is okay to have breakdowns, I think it is good for the soul.

I'm struggling today too.

I hope everyone is having a great Sunday.

Southern Woman said...

Bella, maybe a tish too much. :-)

It's raining! Finally!

bookjunkie said...

Funny, Margaret. It'd have to be a (bottle of) rum and Coke!

Southern Woman said...

Hey msntgal, sorry you are having a hard day.

Anonymous said...

BJ - I'm so glad your stepson friended you and (((hugs)))

Margaret - I'm sorry about Mr Margaret's job :(

bookjunkie said...

Bella, how's your back? I thought about that the other night when you had to clean house and get ready for the dinner party. Is it any better?

msntgal- Stick around here and we can struggle together. Maybe we can pull each other up outta the pit. ;)

Elisabeth- I meant to say, it was SO good to hear an update from y'all. Glad y'all got to stay at your house last night and that you got to spend some time w/hubby.

Wish it would rain here. Pollen's still killing me.

Anonymous said...

Re : terrorism.

You know, fighting terrorism by starting wars and destroying cultures is NOT the way to go. IMO, G. Bush made a huge mistake to start wars both in Afghanistan and Iraq.

msntgal said...

so question for you gals - any good books you might recommend to lift my spirits?

Margaret - sorry about the hubbies job but glad you made a positive out of it.

Anonymous said...

"It's raining! Finally!"

SW- Really? Realllly? Ugh. I hate rain. Want to move to Belgium? ;-D

KaytieJ said...

msntgal - Sorry to hear you are having a rough day. ((())) The Stephanie Plum books are always a good laugh.

Hello Corinne! I hate that I am still visualizing you with a horned Viking helmet on :-/

Bella - that quiz answer is you!

Anonymous said...

BJ, it comes and goes. I've been taking a muscle relaxer and anti-inflammatory and that helps a lot, but I can't take those when I have adult beverages. So, I didn't take them yesterday, and I am feeling it today. It's almost to the point that pain is a constant, so I don't really notice it anymore. Thanks for asking.

msntgal, my favorite book is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Another two that I read a couple months ago are Wounded Warriors, and The Zoo on the Road to Nablus. They are not super-uplifting, but they are good reads.

Anonymous said...

Hi Kaytie! I swear I'm not wearing a horned Viking helmet! I'm actually in my pajamas right now :-D

Msntgal - "I know this much is true" by Wally Lamb, "The Prince of tides" by Pat Conroy, "Three cups of tea" by Greg Mortenson. None of them are funny but they're good reads and will take your off of other things :)

Anonymous said...

msntgal, also Eat, Pray, Love. I heard that was good.

Anonymous said...

your *mind off of other things

Karen said...

AP Thank you for posting Patches and her kitties, and thank you for your second thoughts on which of the photos I emailed you to use - you sure are smart for a vile lesbian!!!!

The black and white kitten is one that Megan is seriously considering keeping, cause the two black ones are not all black, and she wanted an all black ones, but they both have some white on them... So the white with black spots one she really likes, she used to have one when she was little that looked like that named Jasmine - and she has aleady named that b&w one either Rocky or Roxy - depending on if its a boy/girl - cause the face is white and it has one black eye - I will get more pics in a few days when they have fluffed out and grown a little bit... Something about kittens that just makes you smile right?

Well, Ang came to get Tay and we have about 20 minutes til we have to go meet my sister and mom and watch my niece's last choir concert of the year... its in a Lutheran church down the road from us - I sure hope lightening doesn't strike or the roof doesn't collapse cause we are there today!! Speaking of churches, my mom is very active in hers, and she just told Patti and I the other night that she is helping a committee write the church's mission statement on full acceptance of gays and lesbians, showed us a book that they are working from that has a ton of biblical quotes and things showing why being gay is NOT against the bible, and explaining why other churches feel that it is. She needed to keep the book but will loan it to us as soon as they get done with their mission statement, I'm excited to read it, just to see what it says... I thought it was pretty interesting - and my mom is very proud to be helping the church with this project! Patti told her you've sure come a long way - and she said Oh boy - yes I have haven't I!! LOL

Ok - off for a while to dress... Will be back later!

Anemone Pie said...

Msntgal, if you like Victorian murder mysteries, the Anne Perry books are good. I love them for good distractions. Also, just the old classics like Little Women or anything written by a Bronte are good choices...very comforting books.

Anonymous said...

Bella- Eat, Pray, Love was good but, OMG, the author is so very self-absorbed! :-)

Taiya said...

I have heard Eat, Pray, Love is good, also. I have a couple of friends who are really excited about the movie, too.

Anemone Pie said...

Karen, you're very welcome and if it can in any way, help your mom, I did a (very long) blog post once on the subject. She's welcome to use it as a base for more info to search out or whatever. And good for her...she's such a good mom. :-)

http://anemonepie.blogspot.com/2009/11/dear-lacy_07.html

Margaret said...

Corinne's name badge is scaring me!

I just met our NEW NEIGHBOR!!!

Southern Woman said...

Well, what's the verdict, Margaret?

Hi Corinne!

Anonymous said...

Margaret - the name badge is scary, just like me ;-D

How's the neighbor?

Hi SW!

Southern Woman said...

Okay, still love St. Elmo's fire! The Rob Lowe character reminds me of the "cool guy" in my circle of friends in undergrad who I had a horrible horrible unrequited love for for years. Mare Winningham was so lucky!

Margaret said...

He's a young guy who said he bought the house and that the renters have until Tues to get their stuff out.

Southern Woman said...

Less than an hour left to bid!!

Muliebrity said...

Mostly As - You are the Big Man on Campus - You've got an exuberant personality that is very infectious. You are always ready for an adventure, sometimes taking on new tasks. You don't let your age stop you... ever! You are lovable, diverse and will never back down from a challenge.

bookjunkie said...

St. Elmo's Fire is definitely cheesy in an 80s kinda way but I love it anyway.

Bella, I hope you can get to an ortho and find out exactly what's causing it. That's gotta be, well, a pain to deal with every day.

msntgal- I love Mary Kay Andrews' books- I guess they'd be considered southern chick lit maybe (?) funny and a little trashy but not too much. ;)

I also liked Good Grief by Lolly Winston. I just bought Happiness Sold Elsewhere by her but haven't started it yet. Bought Confessions With The Fat Girl and Seeing Me Naked by Liza Palmer, too for beach reads this summer.

Erin Lutz said...

BJ- there is nothing better than crushed ice. It is hot as the hinges of hell here too. I had to take the kids to a birthday party. Came home to find the ac units in. I am not too unhappy about that!

"And if you invite David Duke to a dinner party, I'm not coming to that one either" said SW to AP. I thought you said "Daisy Duke" lol. Chalk it up to heat stroke and NO diet pepsi at the party. Not even (gack) diet coke.

Msntngal- Sorry your day is bad :(

Mulie- I forgot to tell you that Robin has a corgi too. I can't believe you got yours from the humane society! They are such great dogs.

KaytieJ said...

WooHoo Margaret! Hope this owner turns out better.
45 minutes to Bid :-D

Erin Lutz said...

I love when kittens get a little bigger, but they are still wobbly. Ours would *hiss at us. It cracked me up. They could barely 8stand, yet they were ready to kick some ass!

belladonna1125 said...

Hey all.

I'm covered in green oil-based paint because I finally tried to finish painting the backyard chairs. I have to do it when M. is napping because she loves to touch, you know, everything. I should be able to put the final coat on them Tuesday.

How is everyone?

Muliebrity said...

We had another corgi we rescued and loved out Ein. Unfortunately, he was hit by a car and had to be put down about a year after we paid $2500 for some surgery to fix his bladder, stomach and intestine. It was heart breaking!

We feel so lucky to have found Rolf. He is young and healthy. A huge difference from our sick doggy.

Southern Woman said...

Erin, little kittens hissing is so cute! They arch their backs and walk sideways trying to be "big". It's darling!

Oh, and Daisy Duke at a dinner party -- fine by me!

Hi BD! Green oil based paint? I bet you can rock that look.

Erin Lutz said...

Hey BD!

Mulie- we had a corgi before also. She died unexpectedly last fall. :(

Margaret said...

My friend the queen has corgis :)

KaytieJ said...

Molly - I saw you sneak in on that bookmark (eg)

Darkwing DuCK said...

Margaret - I knew that!

My sister has two corgis, and they pick on my little dog.

::mixed feelings about corgis::

Margaret said...

It confuses me when you say Molly - I think you are talking about the owl.

Muliebrity said...

who the heck is lime pop and why are they trying to win what I want to win?

KaytieJ said...

Sorry Margaret - There are times when I am not in the mood to say BJ :-D

Margaret said...

Mulie - how do you pronounce your name?

Muliebrity said...

I have not heard great things about females corgis. I have heard they have attitudes. Rolf is very bossy though. My first corg had a pretty good attitude.

Muliebrity said...

Margaret, Mule-e-ebrity like celebrity.

bookjunkie said...

"Sorry Margaret - There are times when I am not in the mood to say BJ"

LOL! I really need to think of a new name, don't I? ;)

Oh crap! Only 2 minutes left!

Muliebrity said...

Is someone going to email us with our total amount owed from Crafts for Chris?

KaytieJ said...

Thank you so much Margaret for setting that all up! It was fun and is going for a great cause as we all know.

bookjunkie said...

Yes, thank you, Margaret! I just did a quick total looking at the comments. It's exciting! Amazing what a vile bunch like us can accomplish. =)

Anemone Pie said...

I'm echoing everyone else on this, Margaret...it turned out great! Thank you so much!

SW, did you make that soup?

Taiya said...

Mulie- what was that nurse guy thing you said the yesterday?

Muliebrity said...

http://mannursediaries.blogspot.com/

Muliebrity said...

I the article I read I linked from his blog. I don't think it was on his after all.

Southern Woman said...

Not yet, AP. It's going to be my reward for putting the clean sheets on the bed and loading the dishwasher.

Margaret said...

I'll be sending e-mails in a bit - I need to make dinner for the fam.

Taiya said...

Thanks, Mulie. I didn't ask for the link last night because I was too tired. :) I wanted to check it out, though.

Erin Lutz said...

Mulie- our female is very bossy, and thinks she is a big dog. She is not snippy, or territorial at all.

Thanks for doing this Margaret!!

Margaret said...

Someone bid but it's not someone I know and it's in pounds :( No e-mail address?

Margaret said...

No thanks needed - thanks to all of you who donated items!!!

Muliebrity said...

So, I have gone pretty late with both my boys and have needed to be induced both times, but I am feeling so many crazy feelings this time I really wonder if I am going to make it to June 4th.

Muliebrity said...

Going off to defend the Constitution, ya'll. Peace out!

Anemone Pie said...

SW, bribing yourself with food to do chores? Excellent idea.

Rudy said...

muliebrity i just made you a braclet to go with your set. hope you like it =) thanks for the bid.

Jill said...

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