Monthly Archives: March 2011

Royalty Is Overrated

I had Princess Diana paper dolls when I was little. I don’t think I had any other “royal” paper dolls, so I think Princess Diana may have been forced to hang with Punky Brewster. I’m sure they got along famously. These … Continue reading

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Tire Rotation!

My little Hyundai is growing up. It got its tires rotated for the first time today. Exciting stuff. Actually, tire rotation may not be all it’s cracked up to be. It might be equivalent to a person being forced to wear … Continue reading

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An Afternoon of Theatre

I went to the theatre this afternoon. It was definitely the theatre, as opposed to theater, because my Garmin (kind of) assisted with my travels and he has a British accent. I saw Pride and Prejudice, a high school production directed by … Continue reading

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Disregard the Background Noise

Maybe my co-workers and I are strange, but bathroom etiquette is a reoccurring conversation topic at my office. Perhaps the fascination started when we discovered that two ladies from a neighboring office always went to the bathroom together and continued … Continue reading

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A New Friend

I have a new friend. I shouldn’t be trusted with small children or animals. But I think I can be trusted with sock puppets. This sock puppet is extra special because it’s a grub sock puppet. Who wouldn’t want a … Continue reading

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What Was I Thinking?

I have a problem.  When I see a camera, I do strange things. Then I see the pictures. And the pictures are not attractive. Future generations will probably laugh. Or, they may just be embarrassed on my behalf. You’d think … Continue reading

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Hiatus

I was on hiatus last week. Now, I’m back. During my hiatus, I went on a little tour of Hotlanta (it’ll catch on…really!), Savannah, and Charleston. It was super fun, and it gave me a chance to work on my … Continue reading

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