Friday, December 31, 2010

Lonely on a Friday Night--Yes, New Year's!


Yes, I'm doing lonely on a Friday night on New Year's Eve. Why??? Because I am not a celebrator of the new year. I know, that's unnatural, but I just don't get it. That being said, if you're bored and lonely tonight, jump on and comment. We will get a conversation going. I'll be here and hanging out all evening. They're having a Ghost Adventures marathon and with the drinking game in mind, I suggest you only do that for one show because you'll never remember New Year's if you do it for every episode!

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  1. I am looking forward to a cozy night with Chinese food, a good book, an electric blanket while the beloved hubby watches bad guy flicks (Segal, Diesel, Stallone, Van Damme) in the next room.

    Normally I'd be asleep by 9 pm, but the Freckly One needs a ride to and from a friend's party.

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  2. I have a couch and hand lotion here. Let's talk. LOL... Nah im stuck in for reasons that are not of my own.

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  3. tonight fest does not start for a while... i am here for a moment...

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  4. so i made spaghetti and drop half a pound of minced garlic in the sauce... not by choice... mmmm i like garlic, not that much...

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  5. now i sit typing and listening to the scores to all three narnia movies...

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  6. Sorry y'all. I had an unexpected visitor. I'm on now! I ordered pizza; buffalo chicken and having a beer.

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  7. Oh yeah, my buddy wants to take some home, so I ordered buffalo pizza and Hawaiian. Yummers. I'm so naughty but it's the last big feast before the new year's famine,right?

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  8. did you get a chance to looksy at the last email and the place...

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  9. Hey Jeremy;
    I did. I'm very very impressed. And, I must tell you that I think you have an amazing vision!

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  10. i worry, this is the first in the series... and i am so hard on myself to things being right or different...
    i see crazy things, and want to share... and thank you.

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  11. Damn, Jeremy! You have to share your stuff with the world.

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  12. really! me is smiling like the joker...

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  13. I'll pester and bug you like a tick on a pup. I hope you realize how rare that vision is.

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  14. me and my nerd glasses... well i am going to make it open tomorrow if i am still walking?

    what movie are you going to watch?

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  15. Right now, I'm watching the original version of "House on Haunted Hill."

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  16. It's my weekend with the little guy, so my company when the ball drops will be a passed out 5 year old. Sometimes being a good parent is highly overrated.

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  17. Vapor;
    Oh, the wee ones, they are soooo precious. I love kids, but I must admit while raising my son, I was a big kid too. We had a rule that when we drove by sprinklers, we had to stop the car, run through the sprinklers and get back in and drive off. He would always beg me to drive by the golf course on a hot summer's day.

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  18. nice the original is a classic.. you know that all ready, gotta watch when the ball drops...

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  19. Jeremy;
    I admit that I have never liked new years. My father was one of the world's leaders in alcohol recovery programs and installed them all over the world and in the government. He and mom would have an alcoholic-less new years and cry while watching Guy Lombardo. I thought it was depressing. It probably doesn't help that I've never had a new year's kiss from a man and rather resent that.

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  20. Howdy everyone...

    Watching the news and it's all about the weather (coldest day of the year). I will have some Kahlua with creme and watch GA. Later it's the megamillions...

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  21. So, sis, you're watching my megamillions numbers getting called, right? You know, it sounds corny, but other than traveling, I'd use the money to be an angel to a lot of people who don't expect it. I'm having disarrono

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  23. I will definitely be generous as well.

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  24. Sis; did ya get my last email?

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  25. crud, i forgot the to get tickets...
    sharon,
    i know what you mean sort of, i am not a huge drinker... so just try to keep sane. it's about being around people and reflecting on the year... like now with us... my bitchin' is blog-tastic. i just want a better year... so those who can remove the hex... please do!

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  26. Yeah, I think it would be cool to just quietly hang in the background anonymously and when I see someone struggling or having some hard times or maybe needing some kind of break, just be able to make it happen. I only need food and a roof over my head. If I were rich, I'd still drive my Corolla--I freaking love that car. I would never wear designer clothes. I used to model and those clothes are made for stick figure women in a world that doesn't exist. I would love to see the world, but other than that, I seriously would sleep better at night knowing people who deserve it are sleeping well too.

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  27. Jeremy;
    This hex of bad luck, I think I can help you with that. We'll have to talk about it, but we need to remember the exact event that started the whole tumbling mess.

    Sis;
    The potential covers for the book?

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  28. Jeremy;
    This hex of bad luck, I think I can help you with that. We'll have to talk about it, but we need to remember the exact event that started the whole tumbling mess.

    Sis;
    The potential covers for the book?

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  29. Already lost a few rounds of the drinking game. Have a good one.

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  30. Yes, I am looking for the right picture of a person looking down to make them a ghost and have them looking out the window.

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  31. amen! i want to see things before i should leave this world. i would disappear to this life... with money. a ghost of sorts, i would help those who needed it. finding them would be the adventure.

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  32. september 28th 2000 6:20pm... the year the walls came crumbling down...

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  33. my brother thinks i should be looking for salvation in the church, but i have some serious issues.

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  34. Sucio;
    Dude, it has to be really early in the morning there, huh? It's 6:30 pm here in AZ. Happy 2011,buddy!

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  35. Jeremy;
    The church isn't going to do a damn thing for you other than to be a shoulder to cry on. It can't provide get the things done you need to get done. That's why we have brains and free will. I say you sit down with a list of the time line of what happened in order. First, see if they have any connection like dominos or if they're random and unrelated. Then, we go from there.

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  36. okay everyone... Happy New Year.
    make the best of all you are..
    Sharon, thanks for all your help and advice. we will talk, but not until next year [sorry that was lame]

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  37. The Phoenix Rising,
    Hey did you get distracted by the sofa and lotion?

    Jude;
    Electric blankie--that sounds soooo snuggly. What book? What kind of Chinese? Do tell details.

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  38. LOL, I was just on amazon.com looking at your buddy Gregg's book covers. It is almost GA and Kahlua time!!!

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  39. Oh yeah. I forgot about GA. It shows that the drinks I intended to have, I got distracted from. Time to hunker down and decide. I'm thinking something hot, either spiked cider or spiked hot cocoa...

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  40. IT'S OFFICIAL, BLOGGER SUCKS BALLS THE LAST FEW DAYS.
    Okay, so if you see me comment and it repeats the comment a bunch of times, I haven't lost my mind in my old age and reposted a comment. When I post a comment, they for some reason repeat it like 6 times. I have to go in and remove the copies. Just so you know, I'm insane, but not that kind of insane.

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  41. Hot and spicy like you my little sis, lol...

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  42. I did notice the repeat comments and was wondering what the hell was going on. I think blogger had one too many to drink!

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  43. Hot and spicy? I don't think I've been called that. Sassy redhead and galloping puppy are the ones I hear the most. I like hot and spicy. I sound more exotic and less goofy.

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  44. Happy New Years! I am going to stay at home for the rest of the evening , probably watch GA.

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  45. Echo; I'm watching the GA at the lighthouse now. Hope you're having a great New Year's!

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  46. Hi Echo; done with my ice coffee now it is time for Kahlua!!! Hey sis, what did decide to drink?

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  47. well you`re still beautiful;) Happy newyear.

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  48. I'm nursing some cheap champagne, watching Family Guy on DVR and waiting for the ball drop show. Is Dick Clark dead? I'm not sure. Last time I saw him on TV it looked like all the nerves in his face had stopped working. Probably botox related, you don't look that good at that age naturally.

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  49. Julie;
    I'm having hot cider with vanilla bourbon and rum in it. Jeez! Wahoo!

    Major.Mack;
    Hope you're having a good one and I really hope 2011 is a blast!

    Unablogger;
    (Damn! I love writing that name, I admit to a bit of a weird crush on that artist's rendition of Kazinski--spelling?) I have GA on. I love to watch Zak's shorts get in a knot. He is so fucking hilarious. I admit to being such a dork I laugh my ass off at America's Funniest videos and I snort like a pig I get so worked up. I'm a totally ditz. Zak does the same to me, especially when he's talking smack to the dead.

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  50. Unablogger; I do believe that he is still amongst the living but barely.

    My hubby is playing poker and I am drinking with the GA boys.

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  51. Are you still awake? I have put the hubby to bed, given away all his money, have a glass of cold cider, and am now lonely! Shut up, dogs... :)

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  52. Brenda;
    It's barely 9 where we are (Julie and I). Yahoo--join us, gal.

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  53. It's only 9 here and my hubby left me with the dogs to play poker. He better win big! I bet my pups will be asleep before midnight... party poopers!

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  54. Every year, my ex and my son would open all the doors to the house and both play their drum sets--long solos--at the same time. Our neighbors hated us. I will have to be asleep at midnight for work tomorrow and I know in the apartment building folks will be equally loud, I'm sure. I've already heard fireworks.

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  55. You will be up chatting with us little sis...

    Hum, Signs or Hung?

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  56. Julie;
    That's about the weirdest question. Are you deciding between the movie "Signs" or the show "Hung"? Seriously, if I had the channel that has Hung, I'd watch it just for the name and I have no idea what it's about.

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  57. Old lady went to bed, so I'm alone with my Andre Brut($4-Walmart). For the record, I think it's google that is having a rough night, not just blogger. I can't even log in to my gmail. Must be a lot of people staying off the roads tonight. Wife dvr's GA, and I must admit- I'm such a sarcastic prick I just sit there and mock and wreck it for her. She won't watch it with me in the room anymore. I like the AFV, though.

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  58. Unablogger;
    My ex used to do the same thing with GA. That show is pure entertainment. I don't take a damn thing seriously, but I like watching them play it like they take it seriously (oh please, let them be playing that they take it seriously....)

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  59. LOL, I am watching Signs...

    Hung stars Thomas Jane (oh yeah!) as a down-on-his-luck teacher and coach who becomes a prostitute to make extra money after burning down most of his house after canceling his insurance. He meets his pimp at a seminar, a wimpy chick, who comes up with the idea of him being her whore when she finds out that he is hung. There are lots of other crazy stuff in his life like an ex-wife, overweight insecure daughter and gay son who isn't ready to come out of the closet. Also he gets involved with another pimp who is more high class. Good show and lots of Thomas Jane ass shots and the dude has a nice one!

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  60. I'm in! Hubby still has a headache otherwise I'd have a bottle of champagne open. If the dogs will shut up long enough; I can catch up! There's one that just started and I'm a little behind. But then so is google. Here I thought you sent out multiple replies because you love us! LOL!

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  61. Okay, I'm sold. I can only take some much David Duchovny before I need to see a new fanny.

    Hey, right now I'm writing a post about how The Goonies and Jaws are alike. Any thoughts on the comparison?

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  62. Brenda;
    I think it has to do with their emails they send when someone posts. If I comment on my posts, it won't send me a thing telling me I posted. It doesn't seem to make anyone else stutter. Hee hee. Go ahead and have champagne. Who needs men for that? Oh wait, I do! I drink champagne and my clothes usually go flying off.

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  63. It's gotta be acting. I know it's just harmless fun. Just like UFO Hunters where they take the simplest thing and construct elaborate theories about it. And sorry I reminded you of your ex.

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  64. Sis; the unique theme music, Mama Fratelli and the shark both have mean bites, Sloth and Captain Sam Quint have the same look and squint in their eyes, and a bunch of screaming kids!

    Hey Brenda, my party pooping dogs are in bed. What's up with that?

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  65. Unablogger;
    It actually made me laugh because while he mocked GA, I'd stand up for them just to piss him off. He'd leave the room and I'd laugh. It was a game I loved to play--be contrary. He thought I was insane for ghost hunting anyways, so I just took it over the top. Yeah, the guys aren't stupid. They went into it thinking they would scare folks and then they got caught at not knowing a damn thing and looked stupid, so then they found that play badass made them seem more ridiculous and over the top and then everyone else joined in. They are playing it up now that they know their niche. It's brilliant. They will be around for a while because they get the entertainment aspect of putting something as fucking boring as ghost hunting on TV.

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  66. Yes; your commenter has a stutter, that's for sure. When I post and someone comments; have the time I've not been receiving notifications. Then I feel horrible because it takes a while to reply.

    Wait... martini commercial...

    OK. I'm back. A bottle of champagne by myself. I don't know about that one. I suppose if I had Wonkavision I could send it to you. Seeing as how we eventually get to see all of you. According to your video clip, anyway!

    I've not seen Signs or House on the Hill in eons!

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  67. BTW? Was "secret stalking" one of your followers and read the comments?? My husband says you need a shirt that says; "Yes; the carpet matches the drapes." ;)

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  68. Julie;
    I came up with some amazing correlations. A moment of brilliance or perhaps it's the booze, but it's going to be a cool post and I'm putting a task for everyone else in it.

    Brenda;
    Yeah, all of me. I'm determined this spring, I'm doing a bikini shot of myself for the blog. It's crazy insane, but I used to be a swimsuit model and I seriously would love to do just one last modeling job in my senior years...

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  69. Brenda: I am alone with my Kahlua, Mel and Joaquin. I think I might flip the channel and see if Thomas Jane is showing his ass. I can tell that I am getting buzzed...

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  70. Adsila; you can borrow my dogs! Although they're relatively quiet at the moment.

    Sis? The booze has made you crazy! There's no way I'd have myself in a bikini on the internet. Which is why you don't see me on YouTube. Kudos to you!!

    YOU THERE!! GET THAT CAMERA AWAY FROM MY WINDOW! :)

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  71. Unablogger,

    It's best my husband had wimped out. He understands me; but shakes his head; anyway!

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  72. Sis; if I come up with more I will send them your way.... oh yeah, don't forget the obvious, water.

    LOL, I just love those aluminum foil hats!

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  73. Adsila?

    Where are the foil hats?? ME NEEDS TO SEE FOIL HATS!

    Clearly, I'm the only one watching GA. I'm always sooo behind the curve. Dang it.

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  74. Oh yeah, I'm insane. I'm also determined. It leaves nothing more for the imagination out there. Here I am. This is me. Take it or leave it. I let my thoughts out there on the blog. I let my opinions out on the blog. I've shaken my bootie on the blog. I've displayed my boobies in my FoF tank top on the blog. What's a bikini between friends? Besides, I'm thinking it might be fun to do the modeling shot somewhere very creepy or scary...

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  75. I'm watching GA, Brenda. I swear Zak was that dude in school who got sand kicked into his face. Has a man ever had that much of a complex? I love that he can get all mean and angry with the unseen and he can't get punched in the face. Even then, though, he pusses out a lot of times. He kills me! You suppose his balls are the size of marbles about now? Steroids and all?

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  76. "Pelted in the head with lead".. not good!

    Close the blinds! Excellent idea. Why didn't I think of that. Duh!

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  77. God, Zak is a hoot! He's yelling at "Mr. Boots." It's hard to take him seriously when chasing a ghost he's calling "Mr. Boots." Sound like a dude who lost his cat in the backyard.

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  78. >"Yes; the carpet matches the drapes." ;)
    tshirt . Apparently the green and violet are out of stock.

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  79. You are Insane, but I kinda like that about you! I read your blog. I've seen you shake it! Go girl!

    Don't be hatin' on the geeks now!

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  80. I was watching GA but changed it to Signs (hence the foil hats). Damn, my Am. Cocker just barked and woke up the chihuahua. The poor dear almost had a heart attack jumping off the bed. I bet Sis that Zak has tiny ones!

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  81. Unablogger;

    Seriously? They make those T-shirts in green and violet? I so need one!

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  82. Brenda; I love the geeks especially Sheldon on the Big Bang Theory. He is my geeky man, lol.

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  83. Haha! Jeez, they had a shop for us and no one told me? Yes, the carpet matches the drapes. I'm so tired of men asking are you a "real" redhead? I feel like saying are you a "real" dude?

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  84. Run, Mr. Boots...RUN AWAY!!

    Hate to admit this: but I have a tin foil hat. A friend thought it would keep out the "chatter" she has no idea that it's conductive. Now, had it been lined with lead...

    Adila; sorry your baby woke up. Mine are now snoring.

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  85. You know, that's probably what I need to do. Make a foil hat and put that in my office. My office is becoming my creepy place with all the abandoned dolls, Dale and Skittles the clown doll, creepy pictures. There is a talented blogger whose art I plan to buy and I will be showcasing it on my blog. I'm thrilled to find his art. He takes beloved movies and makes art from a scene in it and it's gorgeous! It's great to be able to express my dark side. I just got sick of Zak and put in a porno movie.I'm such a perv. He was not doing it for me. I need something more entertaining.

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  86. my wife has the green one, and when she walks in a store or something, all that red hair on the green shirt, every eye turns to look. And I'm like "Yeah, bitches, look all you want, she goes home with me!" FWIW, I also have an ex, also another redhead, so I guess I have a problem. Probably my Irish heritage.

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  87. I'm not sure what my real color is anymore, lol. I think it is a dirty brown. BTW Sis, I am wearing my ForF tee you gave me. It is comfy.

    Brenda; Booger (my chihuahua) just turned 8 and can now live in Sun City and use his senior citizen discount at Petsmart.

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  88. Geeks rule; as long as they don't scream and run away from ghosts. They their just wussies!

    I read the remark on the blog about "are you a real man" in the car on the way to dinner and about busted a gut laughing. Too funny! And what's with the "senior year comment?" Senior, my butt!

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  89. Yeah, well, I come by it through my Irish/Scots side and perhaps the influence of the Norwegian side too. Yeah, it's weird how men are about redheads like we're some kind of exotic thing. Still, I know a lot of men who are scared of redheads. They seem to think we're going to cause problems. Well, okay, maybe just a little bit...

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  90. OOH! I want one of those shirts, Unablogger! Red hair and green eyes will look great with that. Thanks for the tip. :)

    "Get on the bed"... heehee!!

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  91. Julie;
    Are the girls free in the FoF shirt? Jeez, you are going to drive people crazy knowing. You are the best guest breasts ever! (say that three times too fast).

    Brenda;
    I am proud to be a geek and to be of an advanced age.

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  92. My husband won't watch ghost hunting shows with me; mostly because I pause and rewind to review evidence. I know. I'm a freak!

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  93. FoF shirt? Do tell! And you should be proud of your age. Old geeks and freaks RULE!!

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  94. My ex hated the whole thing, rolled his eyes, left the room, wanted nothing to do with it, or me, actually. I asked him a few times if he was gay. Well, hell, he was married to a passionate redhead and completely ignored her. I wish I had the green eyes. I got root beer colored eyes. They match my hair exactly but hardly exciting in green. I actually look great in coral which defies logic, peach, butter yellow and most oranges, duh.

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  95. You know it, the girls are free and Gary is missing out on it...ha!

    My hair is redish right now and I love it but my eyes are brown because I am full of shit up to my eyeballs. At least I'm fun to be around, lol...

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  96. Julie;
    I love your hair and your eyes. You have the perfect combo, especially with your creamy skin. You have gorgeous skin! You will never age, you lucky bitch! :-)

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  97. Julie, I had no idea dogs got senior discounts at Petsmart. I need to look into that.

    Sharon; You know I've got that Irish/Scot temper which is normally balanced out by my Native American side.

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  98. I have to thank that Italian heritage. It is keeping me young looking.

    Man, I caught a buzz!

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  99. Seriously, sis? I want to see you drunk some time. Next time we have a sleepover or road trip--I'm getting you buzzed. Do you get more quiet? Horny? Giggly? Sad? I get horny and goofy. Clothing comes off. It's embarrassing. Hence, the time I went streaking and landed in the cactus garden. Thus, I will get buzzed but not drunk anymore. No way. Ouch! I still have scars from that.

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  100. Unablogger? Great shirts!! Thanks!

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  101. OMG sis, Jaws is just starting. You must be psychic, lol.

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  102. I get lovable when drunk and say goofy things. I also laugh a lot. In other words, I am a fun drunk. Gary just called and is on his way. Looks like no winnings tonight in poker but the megamillions is another thing.

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  103. @Brenda-following, always happy to help out(and meet another redhead).
    @Autumnforest-"I just got sick of Zak and put in a porno movie.I'm such a perv. He was not doing it for me. I need something more entertaining." Silly. Everyone knows girls hate that stuff.

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  104. Brenda;
    I'm Scottish/Irish/Cherokee on my mom's side. I'm Norwegian/Swedish Sami on my dad's side. Great balance! I'm so proud of the heritage. It's the perfect mix. I don't have a temper in the least, though. Guess I missed that part of the lineage. I give redheads a bad name because I'm just too bubbly and sweet. I can be sassy, but that's in bed. A redhead should be rather edgy in bed, don't you think?

    Julie,
    That's fucking awesome! Now, take note of the 3 main characters; The scientist, sheriff and ship's captain Quint. On Monday, it will all become clear.

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  105. Unablogger;
    Oh no,not so! At least not this gal. I write erotic horror and it's very XXX erotic horror. Finding good erotic horror XXX is almost fucking impossible which is why I'm writing it. I just finished an anthology written by the male point of view of dark sex, i.e. sex with a ghost, a vampire, werewolf, mermaid, clown, in a graveyard...

    Okay, Julie, sis---we gotta get drunk together. We'll do it when we hit Indio. Should we warn them before we make our road trip?

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  106. Sorry...

    Had to grab another cider. Great music playing on one of the music channels! Have to do some dancing... :)

    You're both gorgeous and if I didn't like you so much I'd hate you both. My eyes are actually kinda weird. They have a gold ring around the pupil and tend to change color. Who needs mood rings when you have mood eyes?

    I'd add it to Twitter or something. But I'm incompetent. :/

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  107. Unablogger- Following? Thanks! Will do likewise.

    Sharon- I have another author friend who writes erotic fiction and para-fiction. Falling on your butt in cactus? OUCH!

    Indio, you say? As in Indio, CA?? Hmmm....

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  108. I enjoyed a nice quiet evening playing some Team Fortress 2. Good times.

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  109. Brenda;
    Your eyes sound cool and I totally dig mood rings except I'm highly allergic to nickel. I got a bunch of them one xmas in the mid 70s (god, that dates me) and my fingers swelled up like sausages and itched for weeks. Even belt buckles and jean rivets can get me and don't ask what an underwire bra can do--Holy hell! I'm starting an horror writer's critique group online, so if your friend wants to join, cool! Some people are uncomfortable with erotica. Jeez! I sent my scenes from my anthology to men to see if I had captured a man's POV during sex. They gave me double thumbs up. Yes, Indio, CA!

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  110. Unablogger- You weren't kidding when you said your dog is watching. :)

    "Free the girls" HA! Sorry Gary isn't there to see them.

    I admit; I am tough to rile; but there are moments. Generally, after i've politely told my beloved something for the 47th time and he turns around and says I never told him. Those hand held recorders can come in handy! Heehee!!

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  111. >"At least not this gal. I write erotic horror and it's very XXX erotic horror."
    okay, my interest is piqued. Are you posting this somewhere? Cause I've noticed on my history log that my sick little red is searching "erotic stories, xxx stories, sex stories". Coupled with her love of anything with a supernatural bent, it might be right up her alley. She likes the "story" format, but is not averse to the male-preferred visual format. She lasts about 30 seconds if we watch a dvd together before attacking me.

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  112. Unablogger, I am following your blog and like what I see.

    Sharon; oh no, not a test when I have been drinking!!!

    Brenda; I have Cherokee, Dutch, German, English and etc. on my Dad's side. I just tell people that he was a mut, lol.

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  113. Brenda, I am a mama bear for those I love so if it someone messes with them, I get all bad on their ass! I was quite the tomboy so I can bring it out when I need to. I don't do it to defend myself, however. I've found being all sunshine and warmth with people keeps anyone from being mean to me. It's hard to be mean to someone who's so pleasant. I really do get people have cranky moods and other issues that have nothing to do with me. If a stranger is mean to me, I never take it personally. I just hope he ends up with a better day than he started it with. I have a weird life philosophy. I wonder if I'd survive the apocalypse?

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  114. The point of the game? Be as far behind the curve as possible. (I have satellite, damn it!)

    Hmm... we should discuss Indio. ;)

    I LOVE the 70's and am allergic to nickel, as well. I have to wear gold or surgical steel. Otherwise, I start getting all itchy after a few hours. Regardless; I do have a mood ring. And a vintage Scooby Doo ring...

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  115. OH NO, my hubby is home and the girls are not safe anymore!!!

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  116. Unablogger;
    You're making me laugh. God, she sounds like me. I'm going to be putting it up on ebooks later this year hopefully if I get around to it because I was sidetracked by my nonfiction. Email me and I'll send you a sample chapter. I think she'd like the sex with a clown one... Hey, I'm not commenting on you, dude.
    psychic62@hotmail.com
    I think you'll like how it inspires her.

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  117. Hey Sharon, Brenda wants to go on a trip with us..... brave girl!

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  118. Sharon,

    Were we twins separated at birth? I am very much the same way. All protective and I can STILL climb a tree and ride the a skateboard. The old skool kind; not those wimpy wide things. Kids these days! Sheesh!

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  119. Brenda;
    I suspect we will not hear from Julie again now that hubby is home and her gals are free in the FoF tank top. So, what is it about Indio that has your attention? We're going to do our second book in the series of vanished cities; Desert Center and Salton Sea. I will be doing about 4 reads at each place for 8 chapters total. It will be grueling but awesome. I cannot wait! Indio is kind of the middle point of the two places, so an ideal place to stay. Yes, and aren't we all mutts in American? I'm glad; purebreds are highstrung and inbred--just look at the royal family in GB.

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  120. Brenda;
    One of my guy buddies actually dared me on that one. How the hell was I supposed to make sex with a clown erotic? Damn! It makes my toes curl. It was sooooo hot. So raw. And he was so troubled and so good. Yummers! Yes, I would definitely have sex with that clown.

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  121. Brenda;
    I was a gymnast, diver, basketball player, tennis player, freestyle rollerskater, hardcore skateboarder, hell, you name it. Now, I just do a helluva lot of hip hop dancing and the elliptical machine. The ruptured Achilles set me back a bit and once I found boys as a teen, I got a bit more distracted by a different type of athletics. I still tend to do anything on a dare if a man dares me.

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  122. I'm still here. He just grabbed them and took off. Yeah my Mother is a purebred, all Italian. She is a fiesty beast, an 82 year old kid and says what she wants no matter what! The purebred married the mutt just like "Lady and the Tramp".

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  123. Sorry to hear Julie's no longer hanging in with us. She's a sweetheart. Yep; we're nearly all mutts here; but we''ll not mention the royals as "Her Majesty's a very fine girl"... and I want to keep my MBE. :)

    Indio... I have family members I've not seen in quite some time who live in southern Cali; who've been asking when we're coming for a visit. When are you girls going? I'd actually considered making the trip a few days extra and heading down to Pheonix; but this might work.

    I like your blog; Unablogger. Melbourne's not a bad place. We've been there several times.

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  124. Julie;
    I love that analogy. Yeah, my father was from Norway and he would get all worked up and speak in Norwegian and we would all just wonder what he was saying. He never taught us the language and I know why--he was using it to curse. I would say he was very Norwegian. Mom was much more Irish than Scottish, but she always hid the Irish spunky side with the stoic Scottish side. You could see the internal battle and it used to crack me up trying to get the Irish girl to show herself. Man, that woman had self control!

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  125. We need to get you two feisty bitches together. That would be one hell of a road trip. I will definitely wear my sneakers just in case we have to run like our britches were on fire because some old codger is yelling and shooting his rifle at us. "Jeez, the house looked abandoned".

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  126. YAY! Julie's still here!

    Sharon? Sex with a clown? In a tiny car, I bet! LOL!

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  127. Flanking redheads. Yeah, I can see that. We need some tight jeans, low tops, push-up bras, cowboy boots and cowboy hats and I swear people would let us photograph anything we want. Yeah, it works every tie. And, if you wear a tight vest with no shirt under it, even better.

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  128. WE would have a great time together! Sharon; head this way and I'll hook you up with the devil's handmaiden. She's done an awesome job on my shoulder.

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  129. Yee Haw!! Is it wrong that Pink Floyd is playing "Brain Damage?" And that I like that song?? Never mind. I might not like the answer after all the flak I caught over Eddie!

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  130. Hide Skittles!!!

    Our girls are powerful weapons when it comes to men.

    That Jaws music still makes me wanna pee.

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  131. This is great, my bitches get goofier as the night goes on. Holy hell! We have to get together. The town we hang out in would never be the same. Now I have the Jaws music stuck in my head while trying to figure out what this devil's handmaiden is, but it's kind of turning me on to hear or such a thing and that might make me gay because I'm guessing this is a female??

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  132. I'm probably going to have a dream about sharks tonight... oh what the hell! As long as a grizzly bear and King Kong are not in it, I should be able to turn it into a comedy.

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  133. check your ticket sis, we didn't win...
    10-12-13-35-56
    mm 9

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  134. Happy New Year, sisters! It is now just after midnight my time. And since I'm more Irish than Scots: I am toasting with a wee bit o' Jameson. So, if I'm hungover tomorrow it's all Sharon's fault!

    I'm not even watching Jaws but you just know that song will be stuck in my head for days!!

    I'm actually always pretty sweet tempered and always goofy. Remember; I was the one dancing around to non-traditional (aka Beatles and 70's) music while decorating for Christmas...

    The devil's handmaiden will only turn you on if you're into pain. She would be the physical therapist who has kept me from surgery. I fear the knife. And Unabloggers gun!

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  135. Jaws nightmares. Yeah, for a desert gal, that's pretty funny.

    Didn't win, but I can't bring up their site's thing that tells you how to play. I did get a few numbers. Not sure if I won a couple bucks or not. Whatever. I guess it means I'll have to wait a little longer to be able to be an anonymous angel.

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  136. Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and Mikey from the Goonies are very simular.... the captan and one-eye Willie... both have boats...

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  137. Dreams of sharks would be better than the dream I had last night, for sure. I can only hope it's not a premonition.

    I hope you've won a few bucks! :)

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  138. Well, Brenda, leave it to me to confuse pleasure and pain or just find them to be good companions. I hope the rehab is keeping you from surgery. I'm assuming it's back related. You can do a helluva lot to stave off back surgery but will take a lot of core strengthening and doing the exercises like a freaking nazi every day. I've seen people do amazing things with even bad herniations if they can support their spine better with good muscles. Blame your hangover on me and not your Irish genes, eh? Okay. I accept that challenge. I can't get hungover. I have to work in the a.m. Damn health care workers have no holidays.

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  139. I can't even comment on Julie's last post. It's too wrong... I get really goofy when I've had little sleep. Lately? I've had little sleep!

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  140. Sis, no! You're getting the idea, though. You might look to Mikey and Chief Brody. There's a reluctant hero, weakness thing going on. Now, see if you can line up Quint and Matt Hooper with others from The Goonies.

    Brenda;
    I had a series of water-related disaster dreams the past week and I woke up feeling like something earth-related is about to happen like a Tsunami or flood. I don't know. It lacked some of the usual qualities of a premonition dream in that I was seen. Usually in the dreams no one can see or hear me.

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  141. Happy New Year Brenda, we still have about 45 minutes. I think it is great that they wait until AZ hits midnight to drop the ball in Time Square. They do it every year, lol.

    That crazy captain just caught himself a mighty big fish with teeth!!! Yikes!!!

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  142. Julie;
    I readily admit that Quint gets me all horny. I am so hot for him. What the hell is that? Well, I never did make sense with what attracts me. I guess I like them rough around the edges and being able to sing sailor ditties is nice too.

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  143. Actually; it's a shoulder injury. I injured it and it ended up as a frozen shoulder. They initially thought I'd torn my rotator cuff. When the MRI came out clean and I couldn't move it and the pain was nearly unbearable; the oath (Satan) decided the best fix was to put me under, yank it until the adhesions broke, then send me for intensive PT. I opted to try the PT first. So far, so good!

    And I doubt I'll be hung over. But I did toast everyone who's posted this evening!

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  144. Mama Fratelli and Quint
    Matt Hooper and Chunk

    Brenda; crazy huh, I am afraid of sharks, bears, and King Kong and tiny spaces. If any of those ends up in one of my dreams, I wait up immediately. I need to think of something funny in order to get back to sleep.

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  146. Brenda;
    Yes, a frozen shoulder is a nasty SOB, but when you do free it up, keep it moving and never let it sit still too long. It really is a joint that likes to be moved or it wants to freeze up. Yeah, I'm nicely buzzed. I never get drunk. My stomach would never allow it. In fact, I can't even take pain pills after surgery or I vomit my guts out. I tried to take one after my Achilles was reattached--nope! I ended up having to take Aleve. I'm a toughie though. I can take a lot of pain--thankfully!

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  147. Sis, it's the sailor with the blue eyes thing, that is why Quint makes you feel that way. Not to mention a little on the crazy side, lol.

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  148. Julie;
    Yes, you know me. The sparkly blue eyes are something that makes me sort of freeze up and am unable to speak. Even in high school when I had a large stable of boyfriends, none of them had blue eyes. I was scared to approach blue-eyed boys. They just looked at me, my mouth opened and nothing came out. I have to admit, Quint was sexy too because he acted like he had nothing to lose.

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  149. Now they are showing each other their shark scars... crazy dudes.

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  150. Lisa -thanks! I've not had the TV on; so I suppose by the time I nurse the whisky it may be ready to drop.

    Sharon - I don't even know what to say! You crack me up! BTW; I know all about that boot camp crap. I used to teach about 20 hours of fitness classes when I was younger. I could kick butt if needed! Then... not now.

    I hope your dreams are no more than dreams. Mine generally are more along the lines of messages to pass along; or about something to do with someone passed. This time; there was a man standing by the bed with a knife. Eek!

    Van Halen!! YAY!! Gotta dance! (Sorry, VH dislikers!)

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  151. 25 minutes to go and then this gal is hitting the bed...

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  152. I think the swapping scars scene was my fav! I've done that before. My scars have very interesting stories...

    G'night Julie!

    Brenda;
    Yahoo VanHalen. I named my son Alex after Alex VanHalen. And, my son grew up to play drums. Weird, huh? Well, it probably helped that his father was a drummer and determined to have him take after him. I would say, "Dude, we have one drummer in the house, why not get him to play guitar and then I can hear music?" Drums are not music. When no one is around and there is just drums. It is just banging with a rhythm. I can't fucking tell you what son they're playing.

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  153. Julie - Sorry about the wrong name. It's the Adsila that always throws me. I actually love bears. Sharks? Not so much.

    Sharon, yeah; the shoulder thing is an SOB and I was forewarned by everyone it would be bad. The oath was thrilled I'd made her out to be a liar; as she put it. She just knew I'd never get it moving. I'm not one for medication if I can avoid it; but I have a couple of friends who are aromatherapists and they make some amazing blends. So, I do my ROM's and when she bruises me; I have an essential oil that has it gone in two days.

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  154. Brenda;
    You can actually take ginger tablets and it's very good for inflammation too. I actually make my own candied ginger and I put some in my tea during the day and it makes the tea sweet and tasty and then when you're done, you eat the ginger. Delicious! They say 25 cherries equals one aspirin in anti-inflammatory effect. That's easier to do if you used dried cherries. Lots of good options for you. One of my friends gave me for Xmas this thing from Origins that is about a 3-foot long bean-bag feeling pillow with super lavender scent in it and you can heat it and use it on sore body parts. I was going to sleep with it under my neck and inhale the scent while I sleep and see what that does for my dreams.

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  155. Julie - Good night, sis! Sweet dreams....

    Sharon - Have you seen VH in concert? They totally rock. I remember seeing them back before the fallout with DLR; then I saw them a few times with Sammy. I've even seen Wolfie playing on stage with Daddy.

    I grew up listening to music. Remember REO? Yep. Remember hearing them practice as a bar band.

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  156. Happy New Year to all...
    Talk to you tomorrow afternoon.

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  157. Thanks for the food suggestions. The lavender? I have french, wildgrown lavender oil on it now. I love essential oils and diffuse them quite a bit around the house; depending on my mood and/or needs.

    Those origin pillows are great, by the way!

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  158. G'night Julie!

    Brenda;
    I saw VanHalen in 79. Was nearly crushed in the crowd. It was one of those angry general admissions and we began to get caught in the swaying and people were getting trampled and I couldn't breathe and so I did not enjoy the concert at all, but once I saw DLR doing splits in the air, I thought, "this guy is totally gay! Does he know he's gay? He's awesome!" I loved him. Hated it after he left. He sucked on his own. Can't even remember lyrics. Pathetic. Damn! You are younger than me and you're pulling out the old bands, REO, Styx...the song "Lady" was my favorite song when I was a teen. Jeez! I loved that! God, I sound like an old fart.

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  159. Clove oil is a dream topically too. I just sniffed the pillow and I can't wait to sleep with it. That sounded totally perv. I think I've had a beer too many. Hee hee

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  160. Clove oil is a dream topically too. I just sniffed the pillow and I can't wait to sleep with it. That sounded totally perv. I think I've had a beer too many. Hee hee

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  161. Happy New Year!
    Yup, the neighbors are shooting off fireworks. At least the dogs aren't barking...yet. Okay, gotta go to work in the morning and remember to type 2011 on all the medical reports. Gonna it the hay, Brenda. Jeez, I hope you join on Friday nights. This was a blast! :-)

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  162. >I saw VanHalen in 79. Was nearly crushed in the crowd.
    Jeez, you might be as old as me.

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  163. Good night, sis! Sweet dreams with your pillow and try not to work too hard tomorrow. You may be drunk? But you are OK in my book! Give your little plastic guy a hug from me. ; )

    I'm off to hit the hay, as well. Happy New Year, my dear!

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  164. Hey Brenda;
    Not drunk. 3 beers over...4 hours. Kind of lame. But, I'm so giddy normally that people tell me I don't need to drink which is true. I find everything hilarious. Yes, I will have lavender dreams, whatever those are...

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  165. don't tell anyone-I'm 43, keep it quiet on my blog, because most of the followers are young'uns. would be great to start a site for tech savvy adults to share/meet/network.

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  166. 43 and went to VH in 79. Jeez, dude. You're a youngun. I never refer to people's ages. I don't usually refer to mine except to mention I'm in my dotty years.

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