so today has been a fabulous kick off to 2012.
first we started off with a movie at midnight. and margaritas.
then we watched football all day today, along with some Twilight Zone marathon
We also had fun with my friend’s new Facebook page.
this was fun to ponder all day. along with enjoying more margaritas and some pizza. today’s question was “Favorite All Time Classic TV Show”, which was easy for me, as i am obsessed with The Twilight Zone. but Mark (my friend) has listed all the questions that you should answer each day, so we sat and tried to figure out what our answers will be this month. very fun, very old school, very couch potato. and fun to read everyone else’s answers.
if you have a Facebook account, hop on the page, or go to his other old school TV discussion page,
one day, while walking along peacefully under blue skies and the watchful eye of the sun, my sister pointed something out to me. “here it is,” she smiled, warm and friendly. she’d asked me the week before if i had ever seen a particular sign that is several blocks down the road. she described this sign – a metal one, like at a parking lot that says “you can only park here 15 mins, then you get towed”, that kind of thing. and no, i said, i hadn’t seen this sign. maybe she should show me.
because the way she described it … well, my interest was piqued. so off we went – just a few days later – in search of the sign. down the street, a right at the corner, and within a few blocks we finally came to the little treasure, and yeah, i can see why she favored it so. and i did too. what a great sign. marketing and advertising people rarely make commercials or billboards with this much impact and direct communication. so, here it is in all its glory … because, really, we had to share it:
i’ve done a little tweaking, so that i could enjoy this sign in multiple, rainbow colors… see below
today at work it’s a zoo. literally. there are animals from the zoo here, and a man who makes gourmet popcorn, and right in front of me, a magician!
the good thing is: he’s very entertaining. kids are howling with laughter. clapping rings through the halls. howling and laughter and merriment.
the bummer is: i can’t see him! i’m out in the hall manning a station and i can HEAR him but not actually SEE him. but really it’s kind of fun, this way i can just IMAGINE all the magical wonderness that is happening.
and since that’s mostly what i do with my life anyway, i couldn’t be happier.
I love to have fun.
Sometimes at other people’s expense, but usually not in a harmful way. I’m a bit of a stinker sometimes, it’s true, but my silly behaviours usually make people laugh, as opposed to punching me in the kisser.
Take for example my last feat of silliness:
I had to go visit the girlie doctor. You know; the whiny Gynie situation. I HATE going to the gynocologist. Hey I’m not saying I don’t need more action down there, because certainly I do! But cold instruments and uncomfortable stirrups are NOT what I would opt for, thank you very much. It’s a much dreaded thing, this necessary visit. Women all over hate this exam, for good reason. It’s pretty much ZERO fun.
It’s been my dream for about ten or fifteen years to go into my gynie exam and surprise my doctor with a set of chattering teeth in my nether regions. “HELLO!!! Not only is your pap smear normal, but you have lovely enamel as well!”
My advice on this, should you ever choose to follow my example – be sure you pull this on a female doctor, not a male one. (mine is female, don’t worry. i don’t want to give any man undue stress about the precious cave of wonders, because as i understand it, vaginal dentata could be detrimental to one’s sex life!)
But I don’t want my doctor to get bored with me…wonder what I should try next???