Thursday, May 28, 2009

Remind me to wear pants...

on the next ride your bike to work day.


Figures...



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Sometimes 'art' confuses me...


Box. by ~On-Toast on deviantART

I want to...

sleep here...



eat here...



and lounge here with Dunnski...



WE NEED A VACATION!

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I would buy these...



Ummm....is someone trying to tell me something?






How old is too old?

The headline reads...66-Year-Old to Be Oldest British Woman to Give Birth. Think about it, when Elizabeth Adeney turns 85, her child will still be a teenager.


I can see both points of view on this story. Internet blogs have been quoted as saying that Ms. Adeney is showing an incredible act of "breathtaking selfishness" by deciding to have in vitro fertilization at her age.

My hormonal female parts that ached for in my 20's, and, at times still longs to have a baby screams, "if this woman wants a baby and she can afford the means to impregnate herself...then more power to her." Every woman deserves the chance to be a mother and to experience pregnancy and childbirth. It is a wonderful adventure like no other you will ever encounter. I believe, it is a very cool honor women have to be able to grow another human being inside our bodies. I will never forget the first time I felt my babies move inside me or when I saw the ultrasound pictures and could see their little hands and feet. I would never want to refuse the joy of being of mother to any woman because she was merely too old to bear a child on her own.

Now, the logical and rational side of me, that would be my brain and body that requires at least 8 hours or more sleep a night, screams, "66 years old? Are you kidding me?"

I don't think it was an accident that women stop menstruating later in life, thus rendering us infertile. There is a reason why our younger bodies are better suited to carry a successful pregnancy.

In the end, I wish Ms. Adeney best wishes and a healthy birth and baby. AND, I really hope she has a nanny.


Wednesday, May 27, 2009

I can't wait!

A new Target is being built less than a mile from work and I cannot put in words how excited I am about this. I soooooo love my Target.



I can say this is how I feel...



Saturday, May 23, 2009

Do you think with your dipstick?


Show Me What I'm Looking For



Wait, I'm wrong
Should have done better than this
Please, I'll be strong
I'm finding it hard to resist
So show me what I'm looking for

Save me, I'm lost
Oh lord, I've been waiting for you
I'll pay any cost
Save me from being confused
Show me what I'm looking for
Show me what I'm looking for…oh lord

Don't let go
I've wanted this far too long
Mistakes become regrets
I've learned to love abuse
Please show me what I'm looking for

Save me, I'm lost
Oh lord, I've been waiting for you
I'll pay any cost
Save me from being confused
Show me what I'm looking for
Show me what I'm looking for…oh lord

Show me what I'm looking for
Show me what I'm looking for
Show me what I'm looking for

Save me, I'm lost
Oh lord, I've been waiting for you
I'll pay any cost
Just save me from being confused
Wait, I'm wrong
I can't do better than this
I'll pay any cost
Save me from being confused
Show me what I'm looking for
Show me what I'm looking for
Show me what I'm looking for
Show me what I'm looking for…oh lord


Friday, May 22, 2009

My how time flies...

Fourteen years ago this weekend, I gave birth to my first baby girl. She may have been a week early, but she was certainly going to come into this world making some noise. After about 12 hours of being in labor, and only dilating to 2cm, the nurse checked me and told me I had a baby girl. Looking at her puzzled, I asked, "how do you know it is a girl?" She said, "cause I just stuck my finger in her hooty hoo, that's why!"

The contractions that had been pushing her into the birth canal had wedged her in and she was presenting as a Frank Breech, she was going to try to come out of me butt first! Her feet were pressed up by her head.

After this news, I was quickly rushed to an operating room and had an emergency c-section. I went in the hospital expecting to spit her out my vajayjay...not have her cut out of my tummy and uterus!

She is now a beautiful teenager who I love with all of my heart. She does however disagrees with everything I say. And we argue most of the time. And, we do not have the same taste in clothes. But....she is a teenager and I AM NOT. So, I will leave it at that.

Everyone, have a great Memorial Day weekend!!!




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Ohhhh...how I have missed you!



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Is that a pickle in his pocket?

or is Jean-Claude Van Damme just glad to see us?

Oh....wait.....


Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Salty sippy cup...


This is my super cute baby niece. She loves her oldest cousin, Cork, she is her slave and she makes her carry her around and do whatever she wants. It is cute now, but I know as she gets bigger, the cuteness will wear off. She can't say Cork's name very well and she pronounces it as "Corn" when she calls for her. Tee hee.

I am so glad this crap is over tonight...


Did anyone else watch the train wreck I like to call 'American Idol', last night and feel sorry for Kris? WTF was all that crap the judges were throwing at him at the end of the show?? They basically told him they really couldn't believe he had made it as far as he had, that he had a great personality, and he should be happy for what he had achieved so far. Basically, to sum it up, they think Kris sucks ass.

After Adam wailed the 'breakout' song the new idol will release as a single, I thought Kara was going to have sex with Adam on stage. It was gross. She is gross.

I'm so glad I won't be home tonight. I would not be able to watch Adam being crowned prom queen and see his eyeliner run as he cries his tears of joy.