This was on Ashley's blog, and she mentioned American Idol.
I am still so undecided on this season of AI. Maybe it's because I knowThis was on Angelica's blog, who was saying that she was DONE bundling up, and refused to wear a coat again this season.
Adam's a musical theater major, but EVERY performance of his feels like a
Broadway song. An *incredible* song, but still too much for me. I want
Allison to do better, and Kris. We'll see. I just don't know who I want to
win, or think WILL win. Probably Adam.
Additional thoughts I've shared elsewhere: Maybe it's horribly stereotypical of me, but I just can't see a gay guy as a huge rock star. Is that even the genre he would go with? I think Kris' and Allison's styles are more popular right now, but they need to step up their games. With the right songs, they could be really great. Danny's got a great voice, but what genre would he do professionally?
My children are bundled up, playing out in the sunshiney-SNOW right now. I even had to break out the box with gloves in it. I had put that box away a month ago. We built snowmen that they are currently attacking with ice-scrapers. And pushing over. All my hard work, down the drain.This next one was on Tammy's blog, who mentioned that she and her husband were both Scorpios and she wasnt' sure if that was such a good idea.
I'm a firm believer in the jacket. Even in winter, I rarely wear more than my favorite jacket. Good luck with the drippiness of your nose.
Just last week, Superman and I were killing time at Barnes & Noble, waiting for a movie to start. I picked up a bargain book on astrology. Everything thing they said about Libras was true for me. Something I've never realized that is common for a lot of Libras -- seeing both sides of an issue. I can still feel strongly one way, but when "discussing" an issue, I feel the need to make the other person see BOTH sides. Then I usually go on to agree with them, because keeping the peace is also part of being a Libra. Even if I don't necessarily agree with them. I find a small point I agree with and leave it there.This last one is from Sher's blog. She talked about what she would do if her spouse died, then almost died herself.
Alright, that probably should've been a post. Sorry. :o)
But I was reading about the signs in relationships. Interesting and true things about Superman and I and our respective signs, and I read a little bit about scorpio/scorpio relationships. Passionate and intense are adequate adjectives. :o)
First of all, I got a good chuckle out of you realizing what your dying utterance could have been. (She had sworn when she realized a car was about to hit her.)
Secondly, as one who's husband thinks he's going to die young, I've given far too much thought to remarrying. My fear is that no worthy man would want to marry me, knowing he couldn't be sealed to me.
And now we're moving on! I'm gonna spend some more time with my kids today. Thanks, Sherrie baby.
And with that, I'm done, folks. I AM going to spend some much-needed time with my kids today. And with my house. They've all be neglected as I was a hermit who just read books and blogs for the last two days.
p.s. Anyone else ever feel like their comments should be posts? I have a serious issue with keeping my comments brief. Hijackers Anonymous, anyone?