Friday, November 19, 2010

Lonely on a Friday Night? Join Us!


It's that time again. From now until everyone hits the hay, we can hang out and comment back and forth, say "hi," talk about our week, the paranormal, the funny "Ghost Adventures" episode of just flirt and be silly. You may begin now.

Oh, and on another note...

**I wanted to thank everyone who has been so supportive as I went through my divorce to reclaim my own life and my maiden name. I just wanted you to know that it all paid off. I am free and clear and I am Ms. Day again. It was the bravest and most intelligent thing I've ever done and I never would have thought I could do it or deserved to do it if it weren't for ya'all and your encouragement and belief in me. I am blissfully happy. It was done painlessly and with both our cooperation and without a lawyer. We did it with the friendship and dignity with which we entered our ill-fated romance for two people so different and truly just meant to be friends and not more. Our son is proud of us and relieved that his parents are still his best friends and that we have no anger or resentment. In fact, without romantic notions in the mix, we get along quite well like cousins or siblings and it is a huge relief for all involved. Now, on to the next chapter of my life where in my 40s, I might actually fall in love and be loved. I want to know what that is like and what it is to told I'm beautiful or "honey" or kissed for more than 1 brief minute. I suppose it's never too late to aspire for a dream if one is brave enough at any age.**

98 comments:

  1. Hey, I'm glad to hear that you are spreading your wings

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  2. Yeah, they're unfurling, but just where I'm flying to, not sure yet, but I like the view when I soar.

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  3. No worries women like you rise to the top. Always have --- always will

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  4. You are too sweet. I believe in karma and as soon as I stood up for myself finally, everything is going great.

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  5. You are cream Baby and you know cream rises to the top

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  6. I'm watching a rerun of the GA guys in Vegas

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  7. Barry, you're good for my ego. I liked your comment on FoF today. You really are after them like a pit bull.

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  8. and they have another season for me to chew on the fakers

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  9. Barry;
    I'm thrilled FoF was picked up again (not about GH, thank you very much--I was over it in Season 4). I think FoF is going to rise up and surprise us all. I didn't like DT the first season at all. I thought Josh was an ugly American and then I kind of relaxed with it when I saw that when it came to investigating, he was serious.

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  10. Yeah I didn't like DT either. I thought that he was very disrespectful of the other cultures and he seemed to disrespect his own show. Finally I caught on to his sense of humor and I enjoy the show .

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  11. Exactly. I have a wicked sense of humor, but somehow him saying that shit on camera made me cringe and then I just finally burst out chuckling and the combination of playful adventure and serious investigation was exactly me.

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  12. One the flip side I laughed my ass off at GA and still do

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  13. That's why it needs the special video to get you ready for the party and the drinking game. Jeez, I just live to see what Zak will do next. I need to do another LAUGH about him.

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  14. he just stuck himself with a nail heehee

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  15. Dang! I have to wait 3 1/2 hours to see it.

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  16. We just got to the ummmm "working girl" part.

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  17. I'm having a bud lite with lime right now. Starting out easy.

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  18. Aww, I thought you'd be shoot'n 'em by now!

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  19. No. I know how to pace myself. GA isn't on here for 3 more hours! So, what are you having? Something on the ROCKS?

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  20. Hell, I drink whatever I can find. Cuervo margarita mix, a shot of Patron, a little watermelon Pucker (don't laugh, it was a party leftover!), Drano, Liquid Plumber...

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  21. Well, I admit I decided to do something on my bucket list. I always wanted to try Absinthe ever since seeing Blood and Chocolate. Well, I got it, the glass, the slotted spoon, the sugar cubes. I tried it and I was rather disappointed. It tasted like cough syrup mixed with perfume. I didn't think it did much but I went to bed and had the most vivid dreams every with really sharp colors. I'm surprised I didn't visit someone in my dreams. I've done that before, you know. Drano, really? What slice of fruit do you serve in the glass with that?

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  22. Goddammit, I wanted some Absinthe too. Where did you buy yours from? And Drano garnish? I don't think fruit's gonna cut this baby's acid. How about aspirin. You'll need some for the burn for sure.

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  23. I got it on Shoppersvineyard.com
    I'm waiting to try it again when I have a date. I suspect it would set a very nice mood. Drano with a Mylanta chaser, I love it!

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  24. So I know what I'm buying me for Christmas. What's on your list?

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  25. Xmas? Oh, my wish list isn't about items but about experiences... :-)

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  26. I don't have the money for the kind of experiences in which I wish to partake. Can we spell B-U-N-N-Y R-A-N-C-H!!!

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  27. Yeah, well, if you're any good--you should be able to get it for free, buddy.

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  28. Oh, trust me. It's never been a problem.

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  29. So, you can have those experiences anytime. You don't need the Bunny Ranch. So, drinking and sex. Other vices?

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  30. Well, there's always that issue of throat slitting but I view that as more of a hobby. Hmmm, sex and booze... Nope! That about sums it up!

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  31. Really? No cigarettes? No gambling? No fascination with the dark side?

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  32. Breaking into abandoned sites... Should I continue?

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  33. I don't "break" in, I "investigate" goddammit. But here's a list of what I've what I'm readily aware of:

    Apathy

    Sloth

    Oh, I lie about as often as I piss.

    Gluttony on the days it’s worth it.

    I’ve always had an interest in Satanism.

    I harbor a death obsession.

    Being generally mean as fuck.

    Did I miss anything?

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  34. Wait, scratch the lying. I'm brutally, brutally honest. In fact I think that's why I'm loves so much.

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  35. You ruffle your hair when you're upset and inpatient.

    You have no patience for people who can't help themselves.

    You fear you blood might be a big factor in you being an asshole.

    You're counterphobic--you do things you should be scared of just to harden yourself to any feelings of fear, to toughen up.

    You will never need another human being, but sometimes you want them.

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  36. Goddamn, you are psychic!!! Am I that much of an open book?! And wait, explain number three. I didn't catch it.

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  37. You're afraid you'll be just like your parents, particularly your father. Nature versus nurture. Defective. Bad to the core. Broken.

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  38. Well, I don't fear my blood factoring in with my ability to be an asshole. I could've done that on my own. But...oh god, how father never listened! *sniff* I just...I just can't talk about that right now. I need a tissue. *tear* Excuse me a sec....

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  39. You little fucker. Yeah, well, you didn't get your great examples of misanthropy from some sweet great aunt. You may see your dad as having some issues you don't have, but there's something in there, something very self-centered and that's familiar. He uses it in a different way, but it's from the same place. You may see yourself as truly enlightened in comparison, but you're still walking around the house with a pen light, baby. Better than totally blind, but not seeing the whole house.

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  40. Baby, I don't have a pen light. I got a Mag Light, and that baby is harder than a motherfucker!

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  41. That's my weapon on ghosts hunts, actually. Why a weapon on a ghost hunt, you might ask? Because some of those married ghost hunter guys on hunts take the lights out thing a bit too eager.

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  42. I thought the lights out thing was the best part of a ghost hunt. Good thing I'm never stung along on any of those gigs. If I did and you heard something wailing in the dark, trust me, it ain't no ghost!

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  43. Oh, ha ha.

    And goddamn. Where is everybody? I thought this was gonna be a rave and here it is, just a slow dance for two. Am I to suppose everyone else has a life tonight!? I could've went out but I'm just a wee bit sick of dealing with crowds right now. Plus it's cold as fuck and I'm getting a bit toasted inside anyhow.

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  44. We have our ebb and flow on Friday nights. It's early yet. We get a few who like to come in later. I'm pathetic because I've been doing this for months and it's obvious I have no date on a Friday night. I don't mind that, but I'd like to know others don't too. It's cooled off here, but I'm sure nothing like your part of the country. Lucky bastard! I want to know what it's like to be cold.

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  45. I wouldn't know what it's like to be cold either seeing as I'm either getting drunk or getting laid. Doing both is bonus day. God I'm sounding shallow as fuck tonight, aren't I?

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  46. No, you're just sounding like a disaster in bed.

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  47. So, is there lots of booze before sex? Drunk guys and sex--absolutely unmemorable sex for the gal. Tipsy guys and sex, adorable.

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  48. Depends on the night. Do I want to forget what she looks like?

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  49. Ugh. Why don't you just use a vacuum nozzle, sweets? You don't have to pay for its drinks. Yeah, you love to make me cringe, I know. I'm thinking that you have to be the most awkward man with a woman. Have you ever had one sober?

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  50. No, usually first comes liquor, then comes roofies, then comes well, hell, even I forget after that. And the roofies are for me, not the girls, so you can imagine. Damn you, that vacuum nozzle's looking pretty good right now.

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  51. The Dust Buster special. So, what does one drink before trying to seduce a vacuum cleaner? No doubt, anything that sucks. haha

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  52. Holy shit, that made no sense to my buzzing brain right now. Keep it simple girlie.

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  53. O-k-a-y. I'm telling you to enjoy seducing your vacuum cleaner, buddy. Damn, I like when you get "sofa king" drunk.

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  54. Not there yet but it's coming. And how do you think I should seduce it? Do you think saying "you suck" would be considered a compliment? Or how
    'bout "damn, what a tight belt you got!", LoL!

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  55. You're so un-charming that I suspect you could just flip her switch. Har har.

    So, what is the drink at the moment, precious?

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  56. I ran out of Patron goddammit! I'm on the 1.75L bottle of margarita mix as we speak and it's three-quarters gone. It's too fuck'n syrupy but I got nothing else. I was too lazy to pick up the Everclear tonight. What a pisser!!!

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  57. You did not plot your demise well. That Drano is looking good, hmm? Maybe that vacuum cleaner is looking kind of sexy too. Well, I'm guessing you're not a cook, so you don't have any vanilla extract. I make my own. A bottle of bourbon and a bunch of vanilla beans cut open and floating inside. You keep it in the fridge and shake it up every now and then. A few months along, it's deep and dark and smells amazing. It also tastes amazing. Can double as a killer drink.

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  58. Why the fuck do you tease me?! I didn't plan on getting drunk tonight. It just happens. and I hate that. Damn, now I want bourbon. What have done?!?!

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  59. Yeah, the vanilla bourbon is so good. It smells like pure vanilla and the little seeds are floating in the bourbon and it's so smooth, no burn. Just sweet melting on your tongue. Hee hee

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  60. I'm crying right now you cold cruel be-yotch.

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  61. Yeah, too bad you don't have my absinthe. It would take you over the edge. So, are you the weepy drunk or the loud and aggressive drunk or are you the drunk that gets even more quiet?

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  62. No, I'm the drunk that typically passes out and goes to sleep. But before that I (believe it or not!) become an instant extrovert in crowds. Just add liquor!

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  63. I would pay a shit load of money to see film of you becoming an extrovert. Damn! It's like seeing Haley's comet once in a lifetime.

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  64. I've seen Haley's comet! Goddamn that was awesome! I think I was like 12 or something. I don't know .Yeah, fuck. I become the life of the party. It's so odd. It's like I don't feel like I'm myself until I get drunk. Maybe the drunk part of me IS the real me I just suppressed for reasons beyond my control over the years, I don't fuck'n know.

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  65. I've counseled people for 20 years with anxiety disorders and one thing I know is that men turn to drink to deal with shit. They don't like a feeling, they drink it away. A woman eats it away. Later in life, we become fat women and drunken men. Not pleasant, hmm? The ironic thing is that we caused a secondary condition that was worse then the original one. Had we just dealt with and faced feelings, we wouldn't have ended up addicted to food and alcohol--harder issues to deal with. When shit happens to me in life now, I look at it like a romantic comedy and some director is throwing shit in my path to see what I do next. A crappy day is a comedy. The heroine wins in the end, but many things must be put into her path. In the scheme of things it's just a slight plot distraction.

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  66. You're getting complicated again. I don't know what you're getting at. Oh, yeah, it wasn't Haley's comet either. I remember, it was hale-bop! Oh, god, too much syrup. Tell me what you want. I'm trying to understand!

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  67. Poor thing. All I want to do is fuck with your mind and it's so easy right now. That syrup is so sweet. You should eat something salty with it. Got any chips? crackers? I so want to hear from you tomorrow, buddy. Describe it to me in great detail.

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  68. Oh, fuck with me all you want. I'm in a fuckable state. I see no one else joining the party so I took the initiative to start my own.

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  69. So, are you basically saying you're fucking youreslf now?

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  70. I;m fucking myself up right now but the zippers not down if that's what you mean.

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  71. You know, I'd love to read some horror written by you in this state of mind. It would be awesome. Did you see the show "The Walking Dead?"

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  72. Oh, my god you gotta try these Garden of Eaten' multigrain chips right now. They are so fucking good it's amazing!!! Didn't think I did the multi-grain scene, did you?

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  73. I live "The walking Dead"!! My favorite show right now. That girl from Silent Hill is fucking hoT!!! And you've read my drunken horror before. Don't act like you haven't!

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  74. Yeah, drunken horror, wicked awesome! Did you see the preview for cowboys and aliens? I put it up on my blog yesterday. I'm excited just because big names are in on it and I think they could pull it off. Multigrain. Not surprised. I know you're at times strangely focused on working out and being in top shape but then you are also lazy at times and can pass a donut shop and make your profession proud and then go home and drink Drano. You're complex. Pat yourself on the back. Don't miss, though. You might swat yourself in the ear about now.

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  75. Drunk'n donuts sounds good right now! Yeah! I want to see Cowboy and Aliens! I have a man-crush on both the lead actors. Who's the main chick?! That's all I care about right now!

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  76. By the way, what is your favorite music to listen to while drunk. I simply must know this!

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  77. 80's music? Like what the fuck? ABBA?

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  78. No dear, the androgenous "Tears for Fears," "Boy George," "Cinderella," "Poison," "Huey Lewis and the News"

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  79. Oh, yeah. Tears for Fears "Head Over Heals". Great song. I can't believe no Michae1 Jackson!

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  80. Enjoyed a lot this post comments. Lovely Friday night sex bites.

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  81. Echo;
    I suspect when he wakes tomorrow, he'll be shocked he was so candid. He's normally a grumpy antisocial type.

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  82. So what's new? The room's spinning. Someone talk to me!

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  83. You're the last person on earth. We're all zombies, baby!

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  84. Those are helicopters. It's because you drank probably too much.

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  85. Goddammit. I knew that was gonna happen!

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  86. So, you out of sticky sweet nasty syrup soaked in multigrain chips?

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  87. Hey Autumn! Just wanted to drop by and let you know how happy I am for you that everything worked out well :)

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  88. Sorry. Late to the party! Hope everyone is unsticky and still alive! :-)

    Ms. Day, I again wanted to congratulate you, again. Have gone through a similar divorce; it cracks me up when people look at me strangely and say "How can you still be friends?"

    I am so happy for you, and everyone else involved. But mostly? I'm thrilled your happy.

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  89. Brenda;
    You're a doll. I think when people divorce during the "pissed off at you stage,"it's dirty. If they wait until they're numb and apathetic, there's no feeling involved at all. Thanks for your congrat's. I am quite the happy lady. Exhausted, overwhelmed (never been on my own in all my life), confused and bewildered, but blissfully content.

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  90. Numb and apathetic equals blissful contentment!
    Sweet!! I believe as exhausted as you may be; you'll manage. Just a guess. HEEHEE!!

    Thanks for the lovely compliment, as well. And I truly am ecstatic for you.

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