Monthly Archives: November 2008

You Might Not Know That I…

…rarely drive more than 5 miles over the speed limit. …own multiple hot glue guns. Which I’ve used. …can sew. …hate recapping. If you ask me how my day was, I’ll tell you it was “fine”. ,,,would rather have salt … Continue reading

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Bloggers Who Are Too Lazy For Words

Do you know what is my biggest blogging pet peeve? When people just randomly throw up pictures of their kids or family members or friends and are all “Oh, look! Isn’t So and So awesome?!?!” and you’re all “Uh… I … Continue reading

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My Husband Thinks Homosexuality Is A Choice

I don’t remember how the conversation started, exactly. It had something to do with the picture I chose to use in this post, although I’m not sure how the road turned from there to here. We were lying beside each … Continue reading

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Officially the First “I’m So Nervous About BlogHer!” Post of 2009

I do not run with the BlogHer crowd. Most of you know this because you are my crowd and not of BlogHer. My Crowd attends gatherings with names like TequilaCon and post videos of ourselves doing body shots off one … Continue reading

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9 Songs That Make Me Weak In The Knees

As I was cleaning off my computer and moving massive amounts of crap over to my brand spanking new external hard drive, I realized that I have a ridiculous amount of music stored on my lap top. Specifically, I have … Continue reading

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Why You Should Never Let Your Friends Pour Hot Wax On You

Ahem. Direct link here.

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How Can We Help Gay Rights?

The election is over and the progress our country has – and has not – made is evident in the numbers. We, as a nation, elected a black man. We, as voters, screamed our disappointment in the current administration. We … Continue reading

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The Guest Post Challenge

I’m sure this will surprise you to know, but I am totally making this up as I go along. Because I’m awesomely organized like that. I also use words like awesomely. You will understand the irony of that in about … Continue reading

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Your Moment

Where were you the day the world changed? Will you remember where you were when you heard that the United States had elected the first black president? I will tell my children about the night I sat with three friends … Continue reading

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Because Some Things Are More Important Than Voting

Happy Birthday, you hot piece o’ ass. (OK, but seriously. Vote. Don’t know where? Find out here.)

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