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Sunday, October 31, 2004

Teresa Heinz Kerry Jokes

"In an interview in Harper's Bazaar, Teresa Heinz Kerry said she doesn't much care for the title 'first lady.' You know the way the campaign is going, I think you'll be OK. You got nothing to worry about." —Leno

"Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge said in a press conference that several of our major financial institutions are in danger of being hit by terrorists. When John Kerry heard about this, he immediately placed Teresa Heinz Kerry in an undisclosed location." —Leno

"We're learning more and more about potential first lady Teresa Heinz Kerry. Very well educated woman. Did you know that? In fact she can say 'shove it' in five different languages." —Leno

"John Kerry's wife Teresa Heinz is on the cover of Newsweek magazine this week and they said that if he is elected president, she will be the oldest first lady in American history. But that doesn't bother John Kerry, he said, 'To me, she looks like a million bucks'" —Leno




Oh, here is a little extra funny for ya!
Useful Voter Guide: Are You A Democrat Or A Republican?

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Oddly enough, I am a Republican.

October 31, 2004 5:52 PM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

I'm a right-wing zealot!

October 31, 2004 8:13 PM

 

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Nephew Time

I had a great time with my nephew last night. I don't get to see him as often as I would like so it was wonderful being able to watch him for about two hours. He is so beautiful and so sweet. I feed him a bottle while he was falling asleep. I love watching a baby sleep. They always look so peaceful. I sometimes wonder what they are dreaming about when I see them smile. It was a great time!

Meanwhile, my son was coloring in the kitchen. I guess it tired him out because he leaned over on his little coloring table and fell asleep. It was soooo cute. I didn't let me sleep long since it was late (6:30). I got him up in time to play with his cousins, my nieces. They got to spend the night with him. How fun! They had a lot of funny playing with the kitty.

Speaking of the kitty, I now call her two different names. She has her Mr Hyde name of Kitty and her Dr Jekyl name of Miss Purr. Watch your toes when she is Kitty.

Here is a pic of Miss Kitty and my son. Look how adorable they are!!!


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Saturday, October 30, 2004

Game Over

Okay , I will only do two posts today, not because you got after me, but because I have decided it. And it was good.

Here's my dilemma blog world. I am trying to surpass guru by the end of the year with posts written. So far I have about 110 and he has around 165. I thought it might of been possible to beat him, but than I opened up my big mouth and told him that this was my goal. Big mistake on my part. I could have been sneaky and kept this info to myself. I have since come to realize that this will not be possible for me to accomplish. For one, he has stepped it up a notch and is now blogging an average of two a day. I am blogging two-three a day so I will not be passing him any time soon. For two, he is the blogging king. Need I say more.

In short, I concede to you guru. You are the man and you "win". This doesn't mean that I am giving up on passing you, which I will do (eventually). This just means that I am looking at this contest logically and there is no possible way to beat you without cheating or changing my blogging style. I refuse to do either one, so congrats guru on your "win". You deserve it.

The end.

PS Life is grand.

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Blogger Queenie said...

One word posts.

Q

October 30, 2004 8:30 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

That thought had definitely crossed my mind, but that was decided by guru that it would be cheating. I also wanted to beat him fair and square with my normal posting style. It's not going to happen this year, but thanks for the comment queenie.

October 30, 2004 8:35 PM

 

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Kerry Pic Of The Day

Don't worry guru, I will be writing two "regular" posts sometime later in the day. For now, enjoy the picture.



Sometimes, when I get real nervous, I stick my hand under my armpits and then I SNIFF 'EM!

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Friday, October 29, 2004

Crazy Friday

My son and the red head had a rough time this morning. They were constantly bickering at each other. They act and fight like true brothers. One minute they are playing quietly and the next they are screaming, throwing toys, and hitting/biting each other. They finally settled down around 10. It's a good thing because I needed to be able to hear my Dr. Phil on tv. Anyway, they calmed down and started "reading" a book together. Since they were behaving, they got to watch their one and a half hours of tv. That is how it works everyday. If they are being good boys, I turn on Dora and Sesame Street for them.

They usually play well after lunch and today was no different. It is now almost nap time, my favorite part of the day with the boys. I really need the rest today since I was up early to get to my autisic's boy house. Also, the red head will be here till 7. I charge a daily fee for him, so I will not get any more money because he is here an extra hour. Oh well, life is grand.

Sorry this blog is so choppy today, but like I said, I need a nap. Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Knock It Off!!!

Knock it off guru. You used to post once, maybe twice a day. Yesterday you had 5 posts! How am I supposed to pass you up by the end of the year if you keep this up? I shouldn't have even said anything about trying to get ahead. All I did was bring your attention to it and now you are blogging your brains out. You should really pace yourself.

You're not going to get away with this you know. Like it or not, I will beat you. I am way to stubborn! You should just quit while you are ahead.

The things you claim, I can't except the blame
better watch your back I'm gonna win this game
you try to phase me, you can't phase me
I got you thinking that I feel no pain
but I feel it...
are you insane, enjoy inflicting pain
better watch your back I'm gonna ruin your name
try to control me, but I'm too strong you see
I got you thinking that I feel no pain
but I feel it...
you try to bring me down
you can't bring me down

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Blogger Guru said...

The Hippos? You are quoting a song by the Hippos? Are you getting in a cheap shot and calling me names?

I thought that you were above that. :-P

October 29, 2004 1:19 AM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

Go my favorite blogger go! Beat the opponent soundly...in this skurmish!

October 29, 2004 7:58 AM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

Blog much?

October 29, 2004 9:45 AM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

I didn't call you any names guru. The Hippos did! Get over it all ready. Heehee!!!

Btw, I actually love both-being above and below, if you know what I mean.

October 29, 2004 1:48 PM

 

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Blogger ghraper said...

Where do you get this stuff? It's hilarious!

October 29, 2004 7:57 AM

 

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I Really Love My Thursdays

Today was such a wonderful day. I didn't have to go to the autistic boy's home this morning, so I got to sleep in till 7:30. My son spent the night at grammie's house and only the red head was scheduled for today. We had a splendid morning and then it was time to do some errands. We looked all over town for a cheap wig for my hubby's Lex Luthor costume. We were not successful in finding one, but I think G looked just fine without it. We also kept our eye out for something we could use for kryptonite. I ended up buying bright green glow sticks and they looked great.

I definitely cheated tonight as far as my diet goes. I had a bowl of chili, two hot dogs covered in cheese, a piece of pumpkin pie with whip cream, 4 cups of hot cider, and enough candy to last me a lifetime. I still am on a little bit of a candy buzz.

I am so excited about trick-or-treating next year with us dressing up in a Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory theme. As I have said before in a previous post, I will be dressing up as Voilet Beaugerade. If I go back to my original hair color before then, I won't have to wear a nasty wig. I was so hot tonight because of my long blonde wig. I needed up cutting off a few inches of it and it was still past my boobs. The wig was constantly in my way and I shed all over my son. Wigs are of the devil Bobby!



Life is grand when you are pigging out.

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Thursday, October 28, 2004

Kerry Jokes



"You see the pictures in the paper today of John Kerry windsurfing? He's at his home in Nantucket this week, doing his favorite thing, windsurfing. Even his hobby depends on which way the wind blows." —Leno

"Pundits are saying that Kerry's message is garbled. You know you're doing badly when you're running against Bush and you're the one who is garbled." —Letterman

"We make jokes about it but the truth is this presidential election really offers us a choice of two well-informed, opposing positions on every issue. OK, they both belong to John Kerry, but they're still there." —Leno

"Bush and Cheney say now they're targeting people who can't make up their minds, so apparently they're trying to get John Kerry's vote as well." —Leno

"John Kerry says the 'W' in George W. Bush stands for 'Wrong.' But he still can't explain what John Kerry stands for." —Letterman

"Vice President Dick Cheney attacked John Kerry. He said that John Kerry 'lacks deeply held convictions.' Today Kerry shot back, he said, 'That's not completely true.'" —Leno

"Kerry scored many points with voters and pundits by finally putting to rest criticism that he's a flip-flopper. Kerry said, 'I have one position on Iraq: I'm forgainst it." —Amy Pohler, Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update"

"They say John Kerry is the first Democratic presidential candidate in history to raise $50 million in a three-month period. Actually, that's nothing. He once raised $500 million with two words: 'I do.'" —Leno

"The White House began airing their TV commercials to reelect the president, and the John Kerry campaign is condemning his use of 9/11 in the ads. He said it is unconscionable to use the tragic memory of a war in order to get elected, unless of course, it's the Vietnam War." —Leno

"In his speech last night, John Kerry said this was the beginning of the end of the Bush administration. I agree. Sure, it may take another five years, but this is it." —Leno



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Very funny stuff.

October 28, 2004 9:21 PM

 

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Haa Haa!

This one is for the hubby.


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Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Resumes

Everyone should check these out. A web site created a resume for each presidential candidate.

Kerry's resume

Bush's resume

Please leave me a comment and tell me what you think.

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More Funny Kerry Pics



You can actually buy this here:

NEW DESIGN by Londie Benson (thanks to her daughter Julie!)featuring VERY KERRY Flip Flops and Fragrance Designs. Wear Your Very Kerry Out Today!!

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More to come later.

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Stupid Sequels and Re-makes

Why do people have to ruin movies by making pointless sequels? In other words, why would you take a film made over 10 years ago and try to continue the story? Take Terminator 3 for example. What a terrible movie compared to the other two. They didn't even have the same actor play John Carter. This movie was not necessary and I guess it is just an example of movie makers trying to make an extra buck.

Now they are making another Indian Jones movie! At least Harrison and Sean will be back. There will also be a Goonies 2 coming out next year. Come on now, what's the point?

Then there are the re-makes. Someone out there decided that it would be a good idea to remake one of my favorite classics, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. You will never believe who is playing Willy Wonka. Mr. Johnny Depp himself! Aren't we excited now?! (sarcasm happens) I really hope the movie makers don't screw this one up. I will be furious if this movie gets hacked up.

Here's what director Tim Burton says about the movie. "Well, I don't want to crush people's childhood dreams, but the original film is sappy," Burton says. "It's sappy when it shouldn't be sappy and it's weird. Let's just say it's not one of my personal favorites. I'd rate 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' much higher."

What a junkie whore!!! The original film is sappy? What kind of crap?? I really don't like you Tim.

I don't want to support this movie when it comes out next year but I have to find out if it is true to the book. I also want to see for myself if the movie is crap or not. Oh well, life is grand with re-makes.

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100th Post!!!

Yeah! If you haven't guessed by now, this is my 100th post. Happy Birthday to me. Oops, wrong celebration.

My first post was on Sept 12th of this year, so I figure I am doing pretty well keeping up with my blog. I am still hoping to catch up with guru. It will happen soon, maybe before Christmas. We will have to see.

And now for my signature phrase: Life is grand!

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Blogger ghraper said...

Way to go Trin. You can dooo eeet!!

October 27, 2004 8:40 AM

 
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October 27, 2004 4:39 PM

 
Blogger Guru said...

[Quazi to the tune of "In the Club" by 50 Cent]

Go Trin, its a hundred. Gonna party like its a hundred! But you know we don't give a f*** about a hundred! You can find me through my blog, head full of posts, I gots that code if you need to make a quiz. You can find me through my blog.
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I will try to not let you pass me in the year 2004, though, just to keep it interesting.

October 27, 2004 4:40 PM

 

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Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Women-You Can't Kill Them And They Can't Pee Standing Up

Is it a woman thing or does everyone eat when they are depressed? I ate way to much yesterday because I was feeling a little down. After I finished feeding my face, I got depressed again about eating way to much food. It's a vicious cycle that no woman should have to go through.

One thing I am happy about is the fact that I only gained two pounds because of the cruise. The food was awesome while on the boat, but I was able to keep the weight down because of all the walking I did. The problem now is that I am eating the same amount as I was on vacation, but I am not working it off as I should. I need to start up my nightly walking again. I would love to lose 10 pounds before the holidays.

Life is so grand.

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Blogger A Woman From Illinois said...

Hey Trinity,
I seen where you visited so I thought I would visit you for a while. I enjoyed the visit. Hubby took me out for a steak dinner this evening and I just looked at the homemade pies and felt the weight come on. I do think men also eat when they are down, but not as often and most ARE NOT MAN enough to admit it.

Women can't pee standing up, but many do try it!!

October 26, 2004 8:24 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Hey, thanks for coming over and visiting. I appreciate your comments.

The title from this blog is actualy a quote from a movie. Can anyone out there in blogworld name the movie? You should be able to guru.

October 26, 2004 9:34 PM

 
Blogger Guru said...

It would be cheating if I answer. I can give a hint, though. It's also where you got your name.

If no one answers by tomorrow night, I will answer the question.

Go Sox!

October 26, 2004 10:16 PM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

Those Cleveland Indians are at it again! After losing in the ALCS the year before, the Indians are determined to make it into the World Series this time! First, though, they have to contend with Rachel Phelps again when she buys back the team. Also, has Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn lost his edge? Are Jake's knees strong enough to make it as a catcher another year? These and other questions are answered as the Indians recapture the magic and win the championship "their way".

October 27, 2004 8:36 AM

 
Blogger Guru said...

I spoke to Trin this morning and she clairified that by title of this blog, she meant the entry and not the blog itself. Of course, I know that it is from Major League 2.

October 27, 2004 10:41 AM

 
Blogger Guru said...

Oh, G. I thought that you wrote that short synopsis. I was going to congratulate you on its awesomeness. You sly dog, you, grabbing that from IMDB.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0110442/plotsummary

October 27, 2004 10:48 AM

 

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Keeping Up With The Polls

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President Bush maintained a slim two-point lead on Democratic rival John Kerry for the third consecutive day in a tight race for the White House, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on October 24, 2004. Bush led Kerry 48-46 percent in the latest three-day tracking poll, a statistical dead heat that was within the poll's margin of error. Bush's lead among likely voters the previous day was 47-45. Photo by Reuters Graphic.

Tight race, don't you think? Go Bush!!!

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Blogger Drifter said...

This is gonna be a close one....to close to call....

October 26, 2004 3:05 PM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

If you take out the liberal left slant that the media puts on things, W's definitely got a good chance of winning. I can't believe they're calling Ohio a swing state.

October 27, 2004 8:45 AM

 

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Fishing Vs Reading

A couple go on vacation to a fishing resort in northern Minnesota. The husband likes to fish at the crack of dawn. The wife likes to read.
One morning the husband returns after several hours of fishing and decides to take a nap.
Although not familiar with the lake, the wife decides to take the boat out. She motors out a short distance, anchors, and continues to read her book.
Along comes a law enforcement officer in his boat. He pulls up alongside the woman and says, "Good morning Ma'am. What are you doing?"
"Reading a book," she replies, (thinking "isn't it obvious?")
"You're in a restricted fishing area," he informs her.
"I'm sorry officer, but I'm not fishing, I'm reading.
"Yes, but you have all the equipment. I'll have to take you in and write you up."
"If you do that, I'll have to charge you with sexual assault," says the woman.
"But I haven't even touched you," says the officer.
"That's true, but you have all the equipment.
"The Officer says, "Have a nice day."
Moral of the story: Don't mess with a woman who reads. She may also be able to think.

For your info, I read a lot.

Thanks Princess.

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Busy Day

I had an incredibly busy day today. I was up and ready for the first boy to be dropped off at 7. After he arrived I got myself a shower, dressed, changed two diapers, started a load of laundry, and did the dishes while waiting for the next one to be dropped off at 8. I ended up doing three loads of laundry since I decided to clean all the rugs in the house. I also needed to wash all the poop off the one year olds cloths. He woke up from his nap with crap all over his pants and shirt. Unfortunately that was not my last run in with boy poop. My son decided to relieve myself while I was giving him a bath. He ended up getting two baths today.

After the poop incidents the day finally started to calm down. My hubby came home after the two boys left. It was decided that we should all go out as a family instead of me going out for my normal mommy's night. We ended up borrowing The Day After Tomorrow from my parent's dvd collection. I thought it was a pretty entertaining movie, but my hubby thought the back of his eye lids were more amusing.

I don't understand how it is possible to fall asleep during a movie. The only time I have nodded off was watching the movie Traffic and that was because I made myself. The movie was pure crap or should I say coke. Whatever. I just don't get it. Is it a man thing? Even if it is during an action film, my hubby will find a way to get some shut eye. There have been a few times in the theater that he has fallen asleep. Crazy!!! Life is so grand.

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Sunday, October 24, 2004

Tired, So Tired

Life sucks. Sorry, feeling negative tonight. My eyes lids are heavy. My heart is heavy. I am so depressed. I have made to many stupid mistakes in my life. Half of those mistakes are because I am so stubborn. Even if I am not behaving logically (being logical is a big deal to me), I will continue to do so just because I am to stubborn to stop.

Don't get me wrong, just because I am feeling negative tonight, doesn't mean that I don't have a few wonderful positives in my life. I know my life doesn't completely suck, but I am having a hard time focusing on the positives.

I am a little depressed thinking about the up and coming holidays. For one, we will be missing my mom-in-law this year. That in and of its self is depressing and then you mix in crappy Thanksgiving and Christmas. For two, I haven't enjoyed theses two holidays since I was a kid. I didn't have to worry about a thing back then. Today the holidays are always a big let down for me. Take Christmas for example. I shop for months for the perfect gift for every family member and then the people aren't even grateful. Why try any more? Why even participate?

Life sucks. Life is grand that way, don't you think?


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Mowing

Yesterday I mowed the grass for the last time this year. I have come to realize that I mow like a true girl. I end up using the mower like I do the vacuum. In small areas, I stand in one spot and move the mower back in forth in going from right to left. The grass ends up looking like I just swept in that area. It has a bunch of zig-zag lines that I have to rough up with my feet before company comes over.

I need to get one of these. It vacuums and mows at the same time. What do you think? Worthy investment?


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Short answer...

No.

October 24, 2004 10:59 AM

 

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Last One...For Tonight

This is the last one for tonight, I swear! Actually, if you want to get technical, it's morning. Haahaa. Who's horny and tired? I am, I am!!!


you are one horny smiley

What Smiley Are You?



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Blogger Guru said...

I am horny smiley, too. Lo was as well. Can you actually GET anything else?!?!?

I am a funny asian man.

and Finally.... I am Samir.

October 24, 2004 12:38 AM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

So, being funny asian man, do you think you can whoop Chan's butt or would you use your butt to fart in his face? Of course, your friends draged you into fighting him in the first place, but that is another quiz character.

October 24, 2004 10:41 AM

 

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Another One

I am quiz happy tonight! Here is another must take quiz. Or not. Whatever.


Hottie

What's Your Personality Type?

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Haahaa! Posted It First

I know, you probably weren't even going to post this quiz, but I thought it was super funny!


Pre-Hyptnotized Peter

What Office Space character are you?

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I'm Pre-Hypnotized Peter too.

October 24, 2004 11:00 PM

 

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Saturday, October 23, 2004

Thanks Daveman

This was stolen from Daveman who stole it from someone else. Just more funny crap.

* John Kerry........ He throws away someone else's medals
* He drives someone else's SUV
* He marries someone else's wife
* And he inherits someone else's money.

-> I think we should all vote for him to be president of someone else's country.



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Stupid Johns

I had fun reading blogs last night. I found this one by kevin the one-armed boy. He has a hilarious quote from John Edwards-
"We will stop juvenile diabetes, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and other debilitating diseases... When John Kerry is president, people like Christopher Reeve are going get up out of that wheelchair and walk again."

If you think this quote is funny, here is one-armed Kevin's embellishment of the quote-
"When John Kerry is president there will be no poverty. A global coalition will spontaneously appear in the wake of his election victory causing terrorists throughout the world to throw out their plans of destruction and murder and become mere nuisances. It will only snow on ski resorts but there will be snow for one and all at Christmas! We will be for things before we are against them and then quite possibly for them again so we'll never be at odds with anyone! Cigarettes will be good for you! You will be able to eat pie every day at every meal. Male pattern baldness will be banished forever! FOREVER!!!!"

Funny Kevin, funny. Life is grand.



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Go Raiders!

Tonight my family went to my brother's last football home game. He is a senior in high school this year, so we definitely wanted to be there to support him. We also didn't want to get the guilt trip from my mom if we didn't go.

The game was great! My brother played several times and helped the team claim a victory. My son was very good the entire time. But, who wouldn't be happy with a full box of popcorn, candy, hot chocolate, and a warm blanket?

This is a pic from last weeks game.





I know, I know, this blog is short, sweet, and to the point but I am soo tired tonight. Have wonderful dreams blog world. I know I will!

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Friday, October 22, 2004

Kitty Allergies

I'm afraid that the one year old is allergic to my new kitty. The past few day his eyes have been watery, red, and itchy. I managed to keep him away from Kitty yesterday and his eyes were just fine. I know his mommy is allergic to cats, but do you think he might because of the way his eyes were? It could have just been him getting over a cold, but that is just wishful thinking on my part.

Do I go through the daily hassle to keep him away from the cat or should I just get rid of her? Should I get rid of him? Just kidding about him. He brings in the money while the cat is good at spending my money.

The boy's mom wants me to give away my kitten, but I really don't want to. I am more attached to this stupid kitty than I am to the boy. I really enjoy the cat's company and my son adores her. He carries her all around the house and loves telling people that she is his kitty. It's so sweet.

Please help me? What should I do?

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Thursday, October 21, 2004

A Newly Pregnant Friend

I just found out a few hours ago that my friend is prego. I currently watch her red-headed, one year old son. She is one of those ladies who is extremely fertile. With the one year old and with this new one, she and her hubby got lucky the first month of trying. Makes me sick!

Don't get me wrong, I am very happy for her. It's so exciting to find out that in 9 months time, a new little life will be born. I guess I am just jealous. My hubby and I tried for almost a year before we conceived our beautiful son. Our second attempt to conceive is taking a little bit longer and it doesn't help if you aren't even doing anything to try to have a baby.

I know that I am ready for another one, but God doesn't have that in His plan right now. I am trying to figure out what His plan might be, but it is making me impatient. I am also getting frustrated with God. When I don't understand something or when something isn't explained, I tend to get upset. Needless to say, I don't have a very good relationship with The Big Guy up above right now because I don't know what the future holds.

It also seems like God is not talking to me at this time in my life or maybe I just have cotton in my ears. I don't really know what He is up to. What I do know is that life will always be grand (to all you anonymous readers out there, I am being sarcastic).

Congrats T.

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God's Perfect Will

Q: What is the shortest chapter in the Bible?
A: Psalms 117

Q: What is the longest chapter in the Bible?
A: Psalms 119

Q: Which chapter is in the center of the Bible?
A: Psalms 118

Fact: There are 594 chapters before Psalms 118
Fact: There are 594 chapters after Psalms 118
Add these numbers up and you get 1188.

Q: What is the center verse in the Bible?
A: Psalms 118:8

Psalms 118:8 "It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man."

Now isn't that odd how this worked out (or was God in the center of it)?

Stolen from my mom. Thanks mom!

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Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Life Explained

On the first day Lord created cow. And Lord said, "You must go to the field with the farmer all day long and suffer under the sun, have calves and give milk to support the farmer. I will give you a life span of sixty years." Cow said, "That's a kind of a tough life you want me to live for sixty years. Let me have twenty years and I'll give back the other forty." And Lord agreed.

On the second day Lord created Monkey. Lord said, "Entertain people, do monkey tricks, make them laugh. I'll give you a twenty year life span." Monkey said, "How boring, monkey tricks for twenty years? I don't think so. Give me ten years and I'll give back the other ten. So Lord agreed (sigh).

On the third day Lord created dog. And to dog, Lord said, "Sit all day by the door of your house and bark at anyone who comes in or walks past. I will give you a life span of twenty years."
Dog said, "That's too long to be barking. Monkey gave you back ten, so that's what I'll do too, okay? And Lord agreed again.

On the fourth day Lord created man. Lord said, "Eat, sleep, play, enjoy. Do nothing, just enjoy, enjoy. I'll give you twenty years." Man said, "What? Only twenty years? No way man. Tell you what, I'll take my twenty, and the forty cow gave back, and the ten monkey gave back, and the ten dog gave back. That makes eighty, okay?" Okay," said Lord. "You've got a deal."

So that is why for the first twenty years we eat, sleep, play, enjoy, and do nothing; for the next forty years we slave in the sun to support our family; for the next ten years we do monkey tricks to entertain our grandchildren; and for the last ten years we sit in front of the house and bark at everybody.

Life has now been explained.

Stolen from Princess21


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Blogger Mafesto said...

I have now been enlightened! hurray!!!!

October 20, 2004 11:24 PM

 

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What Is Your New Name?

I found this crazy site that has name generators. All you have to do is type in you name and it spits out a new name depending on the category. They have everything from your boobs names to your hippie name. Here are my results:

Using Trinity
My boobs names are: Tweedledum and Tweedledee
Sex name: Giving the Dog a Bone
My drag queen name is: Iva Fetish

Using my real name
My porn Star name is: Sandra Spreadum
My girl parts are named: Delta of Venus
My stripper name is: Mystique
My hippie chick name is: Wintersweet

You should check it out here. Leave me a comment about your favorite generated name.


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As Pete
Penis Name - Captain Kirk
Porn Star Name - Charlie Cumalot
Sex Name - Putting the Devil into Hell
Hippie Name - Basil

As Guru
Penis Name - Darth Vader
Porn Star Name - Sour Pickle
Sex Name - Praying w/ Knees Upward
Hippie Name - Apollo

October 20, 2004 1:47 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Captain Kirk? Awesome!!!

October 20, 2004 4:11 PM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

Penis name: Bavarian Beefstick!

Sex name: Sexercise

Porn name: Rodney Hammer

Too funny!

October 20, 2004 7:19 PM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

Boobs - Seigfried and Roy
Pornstar - Jack in the box
Penis - Free Willy
Sex name - Having a squeeze and a squirt
Drag Queen - Barb Wyre
Hippie - Zephyrus

October 21, 2004 12:54 AM

 

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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Excursion In Aruba



My mom and I went on a fabulous excursion while on the cruise. We decided to try the SeaTrek Experience that Aruba offered. The SeaTrek allows a person to walk the ocean floor with a special helmet on. It was a little pricey, but it was well worth it!

We left the boat right after lunch to catch a bus. Then we had to take a ferry to the De Palm Island. The island was small, but beautiful! We found our SeaTrek tour guide and he taught us some important hand signals. He also told us to keep our head level while under water and to hold on to the railing. After the lesson, we got fitted for our water shoes. Our guide then helped us to the ladder that would lead us to the ocean floor which about 30 feet below the surface.

I went before mom so she could see how it was done. I started to descend the ladder and as my chin touched the water, the guide placed a helmet on my head. The helmet allowed me to breath while having my glasses on under water! As I continued down the ladder, I had to stop every two steps to de-pressurize. In other words, I had to pop my ears.

Mom and I finally made it down with the help of the scuba divers signals. The divers then led us on a path and took our pictures several times in front of two sunken airplanes! It was so awesome! We saw all kinds of fish including a puffer fish. But, we had to remember to keep our head straight and level. The helmet works as an air bubble under water and if you tipped your head, the water at your neck would rise to your chin.

It seemed to short of a trip as we were led back to the ladder. After leaving the water, we headed over to another part of the island where there was free snorkeling. We snorkeled for about 45 minutes and we saw some amazing fish and coral. After that, we went to the beach and swam in the warm water.

It was a great trip! The pic below is of my mom. The divers seated us at a sunken table in front of an airplane. Notice how my mom had her glasses on and her hair is dry. How awesome is that! Is trip was great and I would recommend it to anyone!


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Cruise Picture

I am really debating right now whether to post a picture of the lovely me. I like having people read about me and not know what I look like. That way they can imagine that I am attractive, when in reality I am just a semi-big boobed red-head with some what of a cute face.

I would like to know from my readers if I should put up a pic of me. I all ready have a great one picked out. It was taken on one of the cruises formal nights. It's me in a black and white dress with my hair looking fabulous! Would you like to see or should my appearance remain anonymous? Please post a comment and tell me what you think.

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Blogger Guru said...

Go ahead and post el picture. Many mofos who read this already know what you look like, and those who don't will benefit from the mental image. Don't go all Ashley on us.... bring on the picture.

October 19, 2004 10:41 AM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

I don't mind begging...PLEEEEEASE!!!!!!!
WE ALL wanna see it....it sounds like an awesome pic!!!

October 20, 2004 7:17 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm picturing something like this from your description, am I close?

http://www.stud.fernuni-hagen.de/q4837037/images/bestpeg/large/416c.jpg

(I couldn't post a link, so you'll have to copy and paste)

October 20, 2004 9:56 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

You think Peggy Bundy has a cute face? If so, you've got major problems.

Now I will definitely have to post a pic of me so you can get that nasty mental pic of Peggy out of your head and fill it with a gorgeous pic of me!

Thank you.

October 20, 2004 11:13 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You did say "somewhat of a cute face". You seem to think pretty highly of yourself, lets see if you have reason to.

October 21, 2004 9:50 AM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Have you read what is under my 'dodge this' title? It says "Gotta love sarcasm". In other words, I don't think highly of myself. When I said that I have a gorgeous pic of me, I was being sarcastic.

You, on the other hand, probably think pretty low of yourself since you feel the need to post anonymously.

October 21, 2004 12:36 PM

 

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M&M's Quiz

Quiz stolen from loelsh:


Take the M&M's Test @ /~erin

I happen to be red and the description fits me perfectly. Let me tell ya why. I love being in control. If I let someone else be in control, the job doesn't get done or it doesn't get done right. I would rather have twice the work than someone else because I know that the work I do will be done right the first time.

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Monday, October 18, 2004

Funny, But True


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Home At Last

It feels so good to be home. It's nice to get away and not have any responsibilities for a week, but I missed my family and my home.

We didn't get back home last night till 1 am because our flight left an hour late. I dozed for about 5 hours and then I was up at 6:30 this morning because of the other two boys I watch during the week. One of them was here at 7 and the other at 8. I am so sleepy and not just because of lack of sleep, but because I have been unloading suitcases and doing laundry all day. Also, my sis made a mess while staying at my house, so I had to do her dirty dishes, clean the bathrooms, and pick up my son's toys that were left all over the house. Is it bedtime yet?

Anyway, the cruise was pretty good, for the most part. St. Thomas had the great tour, Dominica had the bargain shopping and the waterfalls, Barbados had a great beach, but my favorite island was Aruba. It was beautiful! The island was very well kept unlike nasty Dominica. My mom and I also had an excursion on this island, but that is another blog.

Oh, in case you were wondering, I did have a little bit of alcohol while on the ship. I had tomato soup with Rum in it, cherries jubilee with Cherry Brandy, and fresh fruit soaked in Peach Schnapps. All three were very good, but I don't plan on ordering anything else cooked or made with liquor now that I am back home.

While I am thinking about food, I also tried cold mango soup, ate duckling, and enjoyed an entire quail. Sound good?

Life is now back to the normal daily grand.

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Guru's Family Guy Quiz

I finally got caught up on my blog reading since getting back from my vacation. Here is my results from the Family Guy quiz from guru's blog.

When I answered the first question with female, the result was this:



When I answered the first question male, my result was this:




Very interesting, don't you think?

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Sunday, October 17, 2004

There's No Place Like Home

We will be back home around 11 pm. My sis is picking us up at the airport. I am a little worried about this because she gets confused easily when driving. She has even had an accident at the airport. She didn't follow the signs and ended up hitting an airport shuttle. Nice, huh. I am praying for her safety. Please pray for her to. She really needs it because she is picking us up in my car. Could life be any more grander?

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Consider the prayer said, for your safe trip home AND your sissy's safe trip to the airport.

October 17, 2004 8:10 AM

 

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Back at San Juan

Yea!!! It's time to come home! We should be back in port by 7:00am. Our flight doesn't take off till 4:45 so we will have plenty of time to pack. I will tell all three of you who read this blog all about the cruise tomorrow. Please be patient. I know you are on the edge of your seats in anticipation, but you will just have to wait a day to read about what happened on the cruise. And, you will be able to read all about my first drinking experience, if there was one. Just remember, life is grand!

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My Kitty



By now I am probably wondering how my new little kitten is doing. She is staying with my sister. I hope my kitty is behaving herself and using her litter box like the big kitty I know she is can be. Enjoy the pics because I have nothing else to say.


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Saturday, October 16, 2004

Another Long Fun Day at Sea

Well, this is the last full day of my cruise. I will be very excited about coming home. Thanks again to guru for posting my drafts. I appreciate it.

I love coming home from vacations. It's great to get away, but coming back home is the best! If I could, I would spend my vacations entirely in the comfort of my own home. I would get thing done around the house and then I would lounge all day.

Saying that, I have a certain similarity with the main character, Peter, in the movie Office Space.

Peter Gibbons: Our high school guidance counselor used to ask us what you'd do if you had a million dollars and you didn't have to work. And invariably what you'd say was supposed to be your career. So, if you wanted to fix old cars you're supposed to be an auto mechanic.
Samir: So what did you say?
Peter Gibbons: I never had an answer. I guess that's why I'm working at Initech.
Michael Bolton: That question is bullsh*t to begin with. If everyone listened to her, there'd be no janitors, because no one would clean sh*t up if they had a million dollars.

Peter Gibbons: What would you do if you had a million dollars?
Lawrence: I'll tell you what I'd do, man, two chicks at the same time, man.
Peter Gibbons: That's it? If you had a million dollars, you'd do two chicks at the same time?
Lawrence: Damn straight. I always wanted to do that, man. And I think if I had a million dollars I could hook that up, cause chicks dig a dude with money.
Peter Gibbons: Well, not all chicks.
Lawrence: Well the kind of chicks that'd double up on me do.
Peter Gibbons: Good point.
Lawrence: What about you, what would you do?
Peter Gibbons: Besides two chicks at the same time?
Lawrence: Well yeah.
Peter Gibbons: Nothing.
Lawrence: Nothing, huh?
Peter Gibbons: I'd relax, sit on my a** all day, I would do nothing.
Lawrence: Well you don't need a million dollars to do nothing, man. Just take a look at my cousin, he's broke, don't do sh*t.

I feel the same way as Peter. I wouldn't do anything. I would sit around on my cute butt and do nothing all day. How would you answer his question?

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Blogger Guru said...

I think that I wouldn't really want to go anywhere if I had that much money. But, I like working. I think that I could continue to do my current job, because I love it so much.

But, maybe I would have the stones to go and do what I said that I would in that situation, and that is play baseball.

My plan would be to hire a trainer, get in shape, and hire a baseball coach to hone my skills. Then, because I was rich, I could play at any old level and just love playing the game.

October 17, 2004 8:18 AM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

I kinda agree with Guru...I would hire people to make sure I ate right and worked out so that I could be the total package.

October 20, 2004 7:23 PM

 

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To Drink or Not To Drink-That Is the Question

I am considering taking my first drink of alcohol on this cruise. I am 24 and I have never had a drop of the stuff. I figure if I am ever going to try it, this would be the time. I won't have my son seeing me hung-over plus the fact that it will be free during a special happy hour. I am still not sure if I am going to do it. I don't want to make a stupid, rash decision because this is a big deal to me. I have strong convictions against drinking but what ever happens in paradise, will stay in paradise. I don't plan on getting hooked on any thing, but I also don't want to take that chance. I don't want to fall in love with an alcoholic drink and want to taste it again when I come back. Maybe I shouldn't even give into the temptation. I just don't know. If you were in my position, would you?

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Blogger Paul said...

I think you should. The whole point of going on vacation is so that you have a chance to live life a little fuller. You won't become an alcoholic just by liking a particular drink. There are people who say that it's a step closer in that direction, but it's still miles away.

Who knows, you might not even like it. Hope you have fun.

October 15, 2004 6:57 AM

 

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Friday, October 15, 2004

Aruba



Aruba is a charming Dutch island with vibrant outdoor markets, magnificent beaches and lush gardens. This peaceful piece of paradise offers serenity, warm sun and gentle trade winds. Walk along quaint streets lined with Dutch colonial buildings that typify the islands earliest beginnings, snorkel in the most breathtaking coral area in the Caribbean, or discover the natural wonders of Aruba by visiting the Butterfly Farm or the Ayo Rock Formations.

We should be in an Aruba waters by 8:00am. I heard that of all islands to visit, this is the one you should definitely stop at. Here are a few different excursions that the other islands don't offer.

Glass Bottom Boat-Marvel at the wonders of the ocean as the Caribbean's treasures are laid out at your feet.

Screamer Jet Boat Experience-Prepare yourself for a maximum adrenaline rush and the ride of your life aboard the 1,000 HP turbo-charged jet boat, Screamer!



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Thursday, October 14, 2004

Missing My Boy

I know by now that I will really be missing my son. The first few days apart from him will be okay because I will be involved in the excitement of the trip. With today being a fun day at sea, I know I will be thinking about him and wanting to come home to see him. This will be the longest time that I have ever been apart from him.

I love being able to be a stay at home mom and being able to spend all day with him. Since I spend every waking hour with him, we have a very special bond. I know, he's a momma's boy and I will miss him more because of this bond. I hope he is behaving himself with the relatives. I want him to know that I love him very much and I will be home soon. I love you my boy! Mommy will be home soon.

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Fun Day At Sea

Today will be a fun day at sea which means we are not stopping at any ports and I will be at the pool all day. I have to make sure to wear plenty of sun screen since I burn very easily. I have even gotten sun poisoning twice. I can't even tan in a tanning booth, I end up burned. If I don't apply sun block every hour, I will turn into a lobster. I am either white, pink, or red. I never, ever tan. I will be one of those people who get skin cancer by the time they are 40. I really need to take better care of myself and wear sun block every day. I want to enjoy myself on the cruise and not have to worry about taking care of my burned skin.

Here is a cool pic of what happens when you don't use sun block. I have the skin of the computer programmer.


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Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Some Great Smallville Quotes



I am missing my Smallville tonight, but will be honoring it with some great quotes I found. Enjoy drifter.

Lex: Clark, do you believe a man can fly?
Clark : Sure, in a plane.

Clark: What are you trying to tell me, Dad? That I'm from another planet? I suppose you stashed my spaceship in the attic.
Jonathan: Actually, it's in the storm cellar.

Lex: I'd question your integrity, but you're a journalist.

Lana: I didn't know you have a dark side, Clark.
Clark : Doesn't everyone?
Lana : So what are you: Man or Superman?
Clark : I haven't figured it out yet

Chloe: What do you stand for?
Clark : I stand for truth, justice, and some other stuff...
Chloe : I think the man of tomorrow needs to get a platform for today.

Chloe: You know, most men are from Mars, Clark, but you're from some distant galaxy that I've never even heard of.

Chloe: Clark Kent leaps tall theories in a single bound.

Lana: What do you think you'll be doing for a living?
Clark : I don't know. As long as it doesn't involve wearing a suit and doing a lot of flying.

Lex: Trust me Clark, Our friendship is going to be the stuff of legend.

Lana: Clark Kent - He's never around when you want him, but always there when you need him.

Martha: How can you be as fast as lightning and as slow as molasses at the same time?

Clark: It's kind of mushy.
Lana : Clark Kent, man of steel.

Chloe: Can you fly?
Clark: I'm an alien, not a cartoon.

Clark: Hey Pete, did you know Chloe had a birthmark on her cheek?
Pete : [looks at Chloe] No she doesn't.
Clark : Not that cheek.

Lana: Why did he just call you Kal?
Clark Kent : It's my secret identity.

Lois Lane: Give me a nerd with glasses anyday.


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Barbados



High tea and cricket in the afternoons remains a tradition on the very British island of Barbados, also called the "Little England" of the Caribbean. The Bajan landscape, with its breathtaking panoramas of oceans and valleys, and endless pink- and white-sand beaches, is one of the most majestic in the Southern Caribbean. Barbados is the perfect setting for snorkeling in turquoise waters, touring historic sites or taking in a round of golf.

This island has a wonderful choice of excursions. I would love to horseback ride while my hubby does the 4x4 trip. Here are my favorite choices.


4X4 Safari & Paradise Beach-Discover Barbados’ natural beauty hidden in the countryside from a 4x4 safari vehicle.


Atlantis Submarine-Experience an up close and personal view of the waters surrounding Barbados in a 48-person submarine called the Atlantis.



Horseback Riding & Scenic Country Drive-This horseback riding adventure will give you a different perspective of the beautiful island of Barbados.


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Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Carnival Destiny Fun Food Facts

For all you food lovers our there, you will enjoy this.

DURING AN AVERAGE WEEK, GUESTS WILL CONSUME:

2800 pounds of prime rib
6000 pounds of chicken
1200 Cornish game hens
800 ducks
22000 shrimp
800 pounds of veal
6800 hamburgers
5200 hot dogs
1200 pounds of ham
600 pounds of salmon
300 pounds of smoked salmon
2300 pounds of pasta
16700 potatoes
7220 heads of lettuce

Hungry? Here's more:

42000 eggs
56 000 slices of bacon
600 pounds of link sausage
1800 pounds of coffee
1100 gallons of milk
920 gallons of fruit juice
1400 pounds of butter
26300 cans of soft drinks
900 gallons of fountain soft drinks

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One Month!

It's official, I have had a blogger account for exactly one month today! How cool is that!? Not very. Life is grand.

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Dominica



Set halfway between Guadeloupe and Martinique, you'll find Dominica, the largest and most mountainous of the Windward Islands. Abundant with rushing rivers, cascading waterfalls and lush rainforests, Dominica is a treasure chest of hidden natural wonders. Explore the beauty of this tropical paradise with a bike ride through the Layou River Valley, or a tour through the capital of Roseau. This is one island that is sure to take your breath away.

Our ship should arrive in Dominica around 7:00am. We will have till 6:00 that evening to enjoy ourselves on some more excursions.

Dominica's Favorites-Trafalgar Falls and Emerald Pool are two of the most popular attractions in Dominica. This is your opportunity to visit both.

Rainforest Aerial Tram-Experience the adventure of a lifetime on a thrilling aerial tram ride into the heart of the beautiful Dominican rainforest.



River Tubing Safari-Take a once in a lifetime adventure, tubing on the largest and longest of the “365 rivers” of Dominica.

Wacky Rollers Rainforest Sensation-Reserve your spot on this 4WD open-air ex-military jeep adventure.

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Monday, October 11, 2004

Living Quarters



Here is a picture of our little room. We ended up in an interior room, which is just fine with me. I'm not picky. Most of the time, the staff move the beds together. The beds will stay apart if my hubby doesn't behave himself. Heehee!

We are staying on deck 8-the Verandah deck. If you want to view it click here. My hubby and I are in room 8221 and my parents are staying in room 8225.

Here's some extra info if you care. Our ship is as long as three football fields and has four pools. Three of them are outside and have waterslides and one is inside. The staff emptys and refills the pools each night with the ocean's salt water. They also have 7 whirlpools which I will love to sit in for hours! I will be such a prune!

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St. Thomas




ST. THOMAS, USVI

Not all of St. Thomas' treasures are buried. Most of them are right in the open on this gorgeous island, home of the infamous Bluebeard's Tower. Whether looking for jewels, crystal, perfume and fine wines in the shops of Charlotte Amalie, or soaking up the sun on the incredible beaches, you'll marvel at the wealth of history on this treasure-filled paradise.

Today we will have the opportunity to visit St. Thomas. We will have 10 hours to explore this gorgeous island. Here are some of the excursions we might enjoy:

Atlantis Submarine-Experience the adventure of a lifetime onboard the Atlantis Submarine.

BOB (Breathing Observation Bubble) Underwater Adventure-Explore all the undersea marvels of St. Thomas with your own underwater motor scooter.


Mini Boats & Hidden Beaches-Have the adventure of a lifetime captaining, or being first mate, on your own vessel across the emerald waters of the Caribbean Sea to "Christmas Cove".


Sea Trek Helmet Diving-Walk around the ocean floor, wearing nothing more than a bathing suit and a helmet, and discover the undersea world up close and personal.


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Sunday, October 10, 2004

San Juan




SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO
Historic San Juan, once nothing more than cobblestone streets and the distinctive architecture of the Spanish who founded it, is now a modern world capital. Among the peaceful shaded courtyards and commanding colonial fortresses of El Morro and San Cristobal, you'll find a cosmopolitan city of wide boulevards, lively cafes, highly regarded galleries and designer boutiques. This is where the old world meets the new - and you can enjoy them both.

We are now in San Juan and our boat will leave the dock at 10:00p.m. We won't be able to see much of this beautiful place so that we can get settled on the boat. I really hope the water won't be to choppy tonight. I have a feeling that I might lose my lunch the first day on the boat. Oh well, life is grand.

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I'll Fly Away!



We will be leaving Columbus this morning at 7:15 and fly to Atlanta, Georgia. I have to remember not to eat the breakfast/morning snack on the plane. It would not be a good idea with my flying history. We should then be on a plane toward San Juan by 10:45 this morning. The flight will last for a little over 3 hours, just enough time for an in-flight movie. When we finally get to San Juan, there will be a Carnival shuttle to get us to the boat were we can recoup from the fight. Should be fun!

Don't ya just love sarcasm!

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Saturday, October 09, 2004

The Cruise



This week my good friend guru7777 will be posting my drafted blogs. I have to keep up with him, you know! Each day I will have our cruise destination and our plans for the day. We might even go on a few excursions, depending on the weather.

I will have several pictures of the destinations. The pic above is the boat we will be traveling on. It's the Carnival Destiny. It's holds up to 2,642 guests and 1,050 staff. I should be big enough to live on for a week.

Just remember that I won't be able to read your wonderful comments till I get back. Life is grand when your on vacation!

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Last Minute Preparations

Today is going to be a busy day. I have to do last minute shopping and cleaning. I always like to clean the house right before any vacation because I like coming home to that same clean house. It might not be the case this time since my sis is staying at my home for the week. She is definitely not known for picking up after herself. But, I can't complain to much since she is watching my son for a few days and my kitty all week.

After I run the dish washer, do the last load of laundry, and dust and sweep the house, I can start packing. Oh course, I have to stop what I am doing as soon as the Buckeye game comes on. I hope they win today. I will be making pigs in a blanket for half time, as requested by my father-in-law. We will also have pizza rolls, fries, and no bakes with ice cream. Yum!

Right after the game, it's back to packing. I have to pack a week's worth of clothes and diapers for my son and then I have to pack for my hubby since he doesn't do it right. He doesn't use packing common sense and I can get so much more in the bags if I do it. I guess it's just me being a control freak. I also have to load the bags in the car since only I and my dad know how to accomplish this perfectly. He taught me the best technique in the world. That's right, I said in the world!

When I am done packing, I will drop my son off to my sister. There is no point in waking him up at 5 in the morning just to drop him off to her. She might as well keep him over night so he can get a good night sleep unlike his mommy. I know I will be up late because I will be so stressed out. I always worry about if I packed everything and about my family being safe. Tonight will be no different. Oh well, life is grand.


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Blogger loelsh said...

I'm with you, men do NOT know how to pack. I also have to pack for my entire family if we are going out of town. Even when hubby has gone away on business trips I have packed for him. Of course, what the suitcase looks like when he comes home is a completely different story. I also love coming home to an already clean house. That is one less thing you have to worry about when you get home since you already have to unpack and do laundry from the trip (my least favorite part of vacation!). So a clean house is relaxing after a long trip, I agree.

October 09, 2004 11:28 AM

 

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Do Opposites Attract?

I was talking with my hubby tonight about us being opposites. He said something I didn't agree with, and I told him that it was another way that we were different. He gave me the line that opposites attract because it makes things interesting. This might be true, but it is also what causes divorces. How can you live with someone who doesn't share any interests or beliefs as you?

He asked me what we did have in common and I told him it is our son. Our boy is our common thread. He is the thing that pulls us together. We both love him very much and would do anything for him.

I found an interesting article about this subject. Please read and tell me what you think? Do you think opposites really attract? If so, why?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

True opposites may attract. A preppy rich girl may be interested in a "bad boy". But, that is not what marriages or long term relationships are made of. Those are the ingredients for a quick fling, not a marathon marriage.

It is good that you and your husband see your child as something in common. Maybe that means that you will stay together for him.

Unless you find things in common, though, over the rest of his time at home, you could be heading for a separation once he is grown. In an empty nest, with no one but each other around and no child as a destraction, that could be a recipe for divorce.

October 09, 2004 6:51 AM

 
Blogger loelsh said...

I often wonder this about my own life. My hubby and I don't have any common interrests. We have our kids, and we do share religious and political beliefs, but as far as us enjoying the same things, we don't. But 6 years ago, I made a promise in front of my family, friends, and most importantly, GOD, that I would stay married to this man until death. As difficult as that is sometimes, for both of us, we know that divorce is NOT an option for us. (that is unless he cheats on me, that would be the ONLY reason!) But you just have to find a way to work out your differences. Make an effort to do things that the other likes to do and take turns. Who knows, eventually you may end up enjoying something that you never thought you would. Try not to be so judgemental of the other person and take into consideration the way they were brought up. Things that are in the past and cannot be changed. There are some things that you will never be able to change about your spouse, no matter how much you want to. No relationship is ever going to be absolutely flawless! Accept that fact and live your life the best way that you can. And just love your spouse for who he is, even the little things that annoy you the most. Just think about what your life would be like without him if something were to ever happen to him. I don't have anything in common with my hubby, but I would surely miss him if he were'nt around.

October 09, 2004 11:20 AM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Thanks for the advice! I think it's funny how G and I have the same type of background(christian home, always in church), but we are opposites. I had a friend in high school who grew up in a completely different home life than my own, but we had all the same interests and beliefs.

Why does it work that way? Why do opposites end up together if they know they don't have anything in common? Maybe it is because people would rather spend their life working it out with their opposite than to be with no one(alone).

October 09, 2004 1:28 PM

 
Blogger Princess21 said...

My husband and I have little in common. We always have. We do enjoy going to the movies and hanging out together and with friends, but for the most part we are opposites. He loves sports and outdoor activities. I love art and poetry and plays. But we love eachother. I do not think that I was attracted to him because we were opposites. He was sweet to me and kind and very cute. But you will find me camping occasionally and I went hicking this summer in the mountains. But he also goes and watches "Chick Flicks" with me and supports the things I like to do. It sounds like you are concentrating to much on the fact that you are opposites. If you were to ask my husband if he thought we were opposites he might say "I guess or I never realy thought of it". But the above comment was right, you made a promise to love that person no matter what and for who they are.

October 12, 2004 11:11 AM

 

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Friday, October 08, 2004

L Is For Loser



Can anyone tell me why people take offense to things so easily? The USA Gymnastics president is offended by the new shirt put out by Abercrombie & Fitch. He says that "No one should be deemed a loser." I admit, the bright green shirt does not appeal to me and I don't find the slogan funny, but come on people, it's just a shirt.

Some people think the company stirs trouble on purpose just for publicity. They can't seem to find enough rich customers to buy their $24.50 t-shirts. They have to mix in some controversy to bring in the business of middle and lower class America.

What will probably happen is that the company will eventually remove the shirt from stores because of the complaints. They did just that in 2002 with another shirt. The shirt had a picture of two Asian men with the slogan, "Wong Brothers Laundry Service -- Two Wongs Can Make it White." Now that's funny!

Either way, this new shirt doesn't draw me into the store. It's against my religion to spend to much on clothing. I will never set foot in Abercrombie & Fitch store, so deal with it people!

If you want to read all about this controversy, click here!

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Blogger Guru said...

I, too think that the Two Wongs Can Make it White is funny. Its probably because I am part of the white racist power structure as Chad (http://thedahc.blogspot.com/) would say.

October 08, 2004 10:50 PM

 

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No-Bakes

I love making no-bakes! According to G, he loves eating them. Anyone else? I thought I would share my recipe to the blogging world. Enjoy!

In a large sauce pan mix:
2 cups sugar
1 teaspoon cocoa

Then add:
1/2 cup milk

Boil for one minute, and I mean ONE minute. Make sure you stir continuously so the sugar doesn't burn!

Take the pan off the heat and then add:
1/2 stick butter
3/4 cup peanut butter (or more if that's you way you like it!)
1 teaspoon vanilla

Mix well and add:
3 cups(more or less) quick or one minute oats

Quickly spoon onto wax paper or foil. If you mess up the the cookies and they end up not hardening or are crumbly, just use as a ice cream topping. Yum!

If you don't like chocolate or if you are a real pb fan, skip the cocoa and add more peanut butter.

Enjoy!!!

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Blogger Guru said...

[quote] If you think it's stupid that I put a recipe on my blog, then you can bite me! [/quote]

I would rather bite those delicious no bake cookies. They are my favorite cookie in the whole world. Call my mom up and ask her what my favorite cookie is and she'll tell you , "Neat Cookies" which is the nickname that I gave those kind of cookies when I was about 3 years old.

I would dare say that there is not a single MoFo in the entire world that likes No Bakes more than I do.

October 08, 2004 6:18 AM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

These are so tasty!!!!!

Trinity....I just found out last nite that I will not be able to attend the Buckeye game...as my father-in-law and mother both want us to go to the Bob Evans sausage festival.
There was talk of this on Tuesday nite....that we MIGHT go...but I was not sure it was gonna actually happen until last nite...as her dad was gonna have to work....but now is gonna be off...and wanting to go.
I tried calling last nite....but only got a busy signal from the home phone....and the answering machine on the cell.
I just tried calling your house just now (Fri 10:52) and it is busy. I will...of course ...call again later, as promised to you by me.

October 08, 2004 10:57 AM

 

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Thursday, October 07, 2004

Another Dr Phil Interview

Dr. Phil and his wife Robin interviewed the Kerrys yesterday. I learned a lot about their background, how they met, and about their blended family.

Here's the thing. If Senator Kerry couldn't even keep his marriage commitment, how is he going to be able to keep his promises if he is elected President? You can't tell me the two can not be compared. He made a promise to his first wife to love and cherish her the rest of his life. He also has promises he wants to fulfill if he is President. His promise to his first wife was broken, so what reason do we have that he won't do the same once in office? That being said, I still wouldn't vote for him even if he wasn't divorced because he is a flip-flopping junkie whore of a democrat!

Whew, I feel better getting that off my chest.

After watching both the Bush and the Kerry interview the Dr. P, I am not sure who the doc is voting for. Phil is from the great state of Texas and he has conservative views, but he could still cast his vote to Kerry. I'm not sure which way he will go with this one. Anybody out there sure?

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A Woman's Prayer

Dear Lord, I pray for:
Wisdom, To understand a man
Love, To forgive him and
Patience, For his moods
Because, Lord, if I pray for Strength
I'll just beat him to death.

Thanks Princess

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Wednesday, October 06, 2004

G's Meaningless Survey

1. Pet Peeves: Keeping the wind shield wipers on after is stops raining, the towels folded wrong.

2. Favorite Sounds: A thunder storm, my son saying, "I love you mommy!".

3. Desk Items: Phone, camera, crayons, toothpick, coupon, remote control.

4. Biggest Fears: Falling, something bad happening to my son.

5. Biggest Challenges: Keeping calm, putting up with ghraper(heehee).

6. Newest 'Toys': My kitten.

7. Most Used Words: Junkie whore, oh please, BOYS!

8. Most misspelled Words: Usually every other word I type.

9. Favorite Cartoon Characters: The Griffin family(Family Guy), Rogue from X-Men, Robin.

10. Your Homepage: Blogger

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Pawsh the Kitten

Okay ladies, what do you do if your husband wants to bring home a kitten? Apparently my hubby almost ran over a kitten this morning, then he fell in love with it. He called me up asking me if we could keep it because it was soooo cute. I was so shocked, I didn't know what to say. He did end up talking me into it even though I will be the one taking care of her. She is a beautiful cat with lots of colors in her coat and she loves to be held. I just didn't recognize my husband on the phone-asking for a cat! Who is he? What has he done with my husband?

By the why, my husband and his co-workers named the kitten Pawsh. They thought her coat looked like mixed spices, so they named her after a spice girl and then changed the spelling. Life is now grander than ever.

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Blogger Drifter said...

So....you got another pussy in the house...huh?

October 06, 2004 12:33 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Yes, but the kitten has more hair.

October 06, 2004 12:49 PM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

Oh behaaaave....on second thot.....don't behave.....

So...is this something that you do youself....or does the G have a second job?

October 06, 2004 2:51 PM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

Should I bring anything tonite?

Ice cream....chocolate...shaver...scissors...??

October 06, 2004 3:32 PM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

All the talk about pussy, Drifter and you didn't even come... over to see Smallville.

October 06, 2004 11:57 PM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

I ended up having a good time at home....I KNEW that Smallville was gonna suck!!! They were calling this "Krypt-Tuck" on Kryptonsite...it totally sucked!!

This might just be worse than the Bug Boy eppy from first season.

October 07, 2004 9:21 AM

 

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Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Busy Day

Since live in a house with no basement, I tend to be a organizing freak. I love to rearrange and reorganize my families possessions to make it easier to find them. My project for today was to clear out my closet and my dresser. The things in the closet needed to be put in their proper storage containers located in the crawl space under the house. After I brought up about 6 containers, I started filling them up with the contents of at least a dozen bags that had been sitting in the closet. I then emptied my dresser of all the summer clothes, except the ones that will be used on the cruise, and put in my winter clothing. I next attacked my sons room including his closet. He also needed his clothes switched from summer to winter and his 18 month clothes upgraded to 2T and 3T. I am almost done, but I had to take a break because the one year old needed to take his nap in my room. When he is done, I get to lower the 6 storage containers back down into the crawl space. Should be fun!


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One Word...Yuck!

I can't stand Brittney Spears! She is so nasty and here is the proof.


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Blogger Drifter said...

She do look very trailor parky in this pic!!!!

October 05, 2004 9:28 AM

 
Blogger loelsh said...

But I thought it was cool to let your underwear hang out the top of your pants!

October 05, 2004 11:40 AM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

It is sexy to show a little bit of thong, but Britney takes it past sexy to trashy. If she is going to wear a skirt so low that it shows half of her thong, why wear a skirt at all? Just typical Britney. Her music video wardrobe leaves nothing to the imagination, so why would her daily outfits?

October 05, 2004 12:14 PM

 
Blogger loelsh said...

I was being sarcastic!

October 05, 2004 8:51 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Sarcasm? What's that?

October 06, 2004 12:06 AM

 

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Monday, October 04, 2004

You Know You're Living In 2004 When...

1. You accidentally enter your password on the microwave.
2. You haven't played solitaire with real cards in years.
3. You have a list of 15 phone numbers to reach your family of 3.
4. You e-mail the person who works at the desk next to you.
5. Your reason for not staying in touch with friends and family is that they don't have e-mail addresses.
6. You go home after a long day at work you still answer the phone in a business manner.
7. You make phone calls from home, you accidentally dial"9" to get an outside line.
8. You've sat at the same desk for four years and worked for three different companies.
9. You learn about your redundancy on the 11 o'clock news.
10. Your boss doesn't have the ability to do your job.
11. You pull up in your own driveway and use your cell phone to see if anyone is home.
12. Every commercial on television has a website at the bottom of the screen.
13. Leaving the house without your cell phone, which you didn't have the first 20 or 30 (or 60) years of your life, is now a cause for panic and you turn around to go and get it.
14. You get up in the morning and go online before getting your breakfast.
15. You start tilting your head sideways to smile. :)

I want to say thank you to my princess friend for this fabulous list. Love ya girl!

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Sounds Like Someones Got a Case of the Mondays

Today has not been a fun day of watching the boys. My own was an angel, but the other two had a little demon inside them for some reason. Right after the one year old pooped, he stuck his hand down his pants to play with it. It ended up all over his hands. Yum! He also made a mess with his lunch so I had to wash his outfit. His white shirt ended up turning green and it took me two washing cycles to fix it. Thank the Lord it's back to it's original color!

The 11 month old had a short nap and was cranky till his mommy picked him up. He also didn't eat well and what little amount of food he ate ended up on his outfit. I am guessing his lack of appetite has something to do with the number of teeth he is cutting right now.

Well, I have one gone, one to go. I now need to wake the one year old up to eat his dinner. I hate waking babies up because they end up really fussy. Oh well, life is grand.

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Blogger loelsh said...

At least he didn't eat it!

October 04, 2004 11:09 PM

 
Blogger Fatalist said...

Well I don't agree with the Britney Spears thought. I know what you mean about the poopy scene. Boys will be boys!

October 04, 2004 11:50 PM

 

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Two New Shows

I watched two great shows last night. The first one I watched was Desperate Housewives. I really like one of the main characters because she is played by Teri Hatcher. I loved Teri in Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Since I am a housewife, it was neat to see how five woman in the same position handle the job in different ways. One killed herself, one cheats on her husband, one is going crazy, one is crazy, and one is desperate for a man. I actually laughed out loud several times. I definitely want to continue watching this show to see what will happen next to these woman.



I also watched Boston Legal to see William Shatner back in action. He was great on the show! This show is a spin off of The Practice, which I have never seen. Boston Legal had several stories/cases going on at the same time and each one was very entertaining. James Spader's character was hilarious, but I would continue watching just for Shatner. Nothing wrong with the Priceline commercials, but it's great to see him back on a TV show.


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Blogger Drifter said...

I watched both as well...as stated on my Blog....I like DW's....but BL was a bit strange and off...I was expecting The Practice kind of writing and the look was just a bit weird for me too...i will...of course...keep watching...as I have great expectations for this show!!!!

October 04, 2004 12:25 PM

 

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Sunday, October 03, 2004

Up and Coming Cruise

If you had the option to trade in your mother's day, father's day, b-day, anniversary, and Christmas gifts for a cruise, would you? My mom asked me that very question. My hubby was all for it so we told my mother yes, we would love to. We are leaving in one week, but I still have my reservations. First off I would not be able to take my two year old son. If he came, I would have to try to entertain him, so he is staying with relatives. I will miss him dearly. Second, I don't do well flying when food is involved. I always get in trouble when I eat breakfast or a morning snack on a flight. Both times I didn't make it to the toilet in time. I know I don't do well flying, but then I have to get on a boat for a week! Just being a on boat is enough for me but then you have to add the choppy water caused by all the hurricanes in the past few months. I hope I can last the week without any tossing of cookies.

I am still not very excited about the up and coming trip. Don't get me wrong, it will be great to get away for an entire week and not have to be responsible for any little ones. But, I usually don't get overly excited about anything. For example, sometimes it hits me that I am actually driving in my own car. I'm like, Wow, I'm driving!!-and then the moment is gone. Also, each year when I was growing up, I wanted a particular toy for Christmas. When I got it, I didn't jump up and down and shout my appreciation. I merely said thank you and started playing with it in a corner. I never get extremely emotional when I am happy. I never jump around, scream with glee, or get giddy. I could have never been a cheerleader!

I know I should be excited, but that is just not who I am. Maybe a person can't get excited about things like they should because they are not an exciting person. When I think about it, I can be a pretty dull person. I must be a bore to talk to. Oh well, life is grand.


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Blogger ghraper said...

Sorry to hear you're having reservations about the cruise. Don't worry, the boy will be just fine. Go enjoy yourself! An opportunity like this doesn't come around very often and I'll miss the little guy just as much as you.
You can have the aisle seat on the plane, just in case you begin to feel queasy. It's true, the boat/ship experience is gonna be new for both of us and I've had concerns about how the weather is going to affect things too. It would stink to be hurling the whole time. We definitely want to take some ginger pills.
I've seen you get excited about things, but different people show their excitement in different ways. You're definitely not dull just because you aren't bouncing off the walls when something good happens.

October 03, 2004 8:38 PM

 

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Two Great Quizzes

I know, I know. I might be coping someone else's blog style with these quizzes, but I really don't care! I found two that you must take. Please leave me a comment when you are done.


Which Friend are You?


I'm Monica Gellar-Bing from Friends!
Take the Friends Quiz here.






I took the Blogging Personality Quiz at About Web logs and I am...

The Writer
Words captivate me. And, I like to capture words. Blogging enables me to write often. It also provides a place for me to share what I write with a reading public. I can be funny, inspiring, intelligent, cynical, or morbid. It doesn't matter what I write about in my blog. It only matters that I write.






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Blogger Guru said...

I am Mrs. Chinandler Bong and The Writer.

October 03, 2004 10:14 AM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

I was Joey, and the Daily Grinder.

October 03, 2004 10:41 AM

 
Blogger loelsh said...

I was Rachel and The Daily Grinder.

October 03, 2004 11:27 AM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

I'm Joey...."How YOU doin?"

October 04, 2004 3:48 PM

 

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Saturday, October 02, 2004

Fug-A State of Extreme Ugliness

I could not stop laughing as I was viewing this blog. It is so funny! The ugly pictures are great! Please, please check it out and tell me what you think.


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A Fun Questionnaire

Stolen from loelsh

1. What's your middle name : Marie
2. What color pants are you wearing right now? Blue jeans with a little black thong peeping
3. What are you listening to right now: The hum of the computer and my son playing
4. What was the last thing you ate: A banana
5. If you were a crayon what color would you be: Purple
6. How is the weather right now: Cloudy and 62F
7. Last person you talked to on the phone: My grandma
8. First thing you notice about the opposite sex: Whether they are taking notice of me
9. How are you today? Grand
10. Favorite Drink: Diet caffeine free water
11. Favorite sport: In person-hockey, On tv-football
12. Hair Color: Right now, red
13. Eye Color: Hazel
14. Do you wear contacts: Once in a blue moon
15. Siblings: One younger sis, one younger bro
16. Favorite Month?: Any month ending in ber
17. Favorite Food(s): Baked potato dipped in a Frosty, pizza, anything with peanut butter
18. Last movie you watched: Coneheads
19. Favorite Day of the Year: January 31-Day before my B-day
20. Summer or Winter: Summer
21. Hugs or Kisses: Combination of both
22. Chocolate or Vanilla: Chocolate candy, vanilla cake
23. Living Arrangements: One house, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, one spouse, one son, no pets
24. What books are you reading? Lord of the Rings, How to Crochet
25. What's on your mouse pad: Rain drops
26. Favorite Board Game: Othello
27. What did you do last night? Had pizza and watched a movie with the family
28. Favorite Smells: Coffee, something I'm cooking, someone who just showered
29. Can you touch your nose with your tongue: Not yet, but I can touch my boob with my tongue
30. What inspires you? New ideas, thoughts, feelings
31. What is the best vacation you have ever had? The vacation I won on the radio-a three day trip to Kings Island during Spirit Song that included hotel stay

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Blogger Drifter said...

Woah...some of these answers made me quite excited....keep up the good work!

October 04, 2004 10:08 AM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

Your answers to numbers 2..4..8..12..and the big 29 have me hotter than a habernaro pepper on the sun!!!!

Keep up the great posting....it is all the "action" I ever get!!!

October 04, 2004 12:24 PM

 

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Halloween-Good or Bad?

It's now October which means one of my favorite holidays is coming up. Halloween! I love dressing up in something different every year, even though I am too old. But now I have an excuse. I want to have some fun with my son, so I dress up with him. Last year he was a police officer, my hubby was a prisoner, and I was the judge. I year before, when I was pregnant with my son, I was the Pillsbury Doughboy. Growing up I got to dress up as a Smurf, a clown, a police officer, a gypsy, an angel, an indian, and a princess to name a few. I look forward to picking out my costume every year. I can't wait till next year when my son is tall enough to be an Oompa Loompa . My tall brother is going to be Willy Wonka, my hubby will be Grandpa Joe, and I will be Violet Beauregarde-when she is full of juice. This year is going to super hero themed. My son will be superman, my hubby Lex Luthor(from the SM movies), and I will be Supergirl. I even purchased a blonde wig!



Here's the problem. Is it right for me as a christian to participate in this pagan based holiday? I know that it's fun to go house to house for candy. I also love passing out candy along with a christian tract. It's a great way to share the message to the kids and their parents in my neighborhood. But, should I even let my family celebrate something that started out so wrong? Even craving a pumpkin has a demonic meaning behind it.

Growing up, my family wouldn't allow us to wear a "bad costume"-Anything gory or demon related. But, according to some christians, wearing a costume in the first place is like worshipping satan. Some christian groups are even against church Harvest Parties which are alternatives to trick-or-treating. These people think that you should not even gather at all on this secular holiday.

Do you think it is okay to participate in Halloween and all it's activities, like pumpkin craving? According to this website, we shouldn't. Please leave your comments about this holiday. I would love to know what your favorite costume was growing up, that is if your family allowed trick-or-treating. If you have kids, will you allow them to dress up this year and what costume will they choose? Again, Halloween-good or bad?

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Blogger ghraper said...

I personally have no problems with beggars night. We always went out as kids and were aware of the meanings behind Halloween. Yes it's true, as Christians, we are to be in the world and not of the world, but Jesus said we are also to be salt and light. Some of the extremely legalistic believers would have us be a subculture or even a completely separate culture. That is not what we are called to do.
Odds are that less than half of the children who come to your door are Satan worshippers, so it is an awesome outreach opportunity. The tract idea is a great one in my opinion.
As a responsible parent, you have the duty of teaching your children about the evil that exists in this world, and Halloween is one of many opportunities to do so. I wouldn't encourage you to send them out in any "bad costume" whatever that may be, but to use this night as a memory-maker for you and your kids.
Truthfully, I think the secular version of Christmas does a much more subtle, yet effective job of taking away from Christ than Halloween ever will.

October 02, 2004 6:06 PM

 
Blogger ghraper said...

Oh, my favorite costume was the Lone Ranger.

October 02, 2004 6:07 PM

 
Blogger Drifter said...

Steph as Superwoman???....be still my beating hand....aaaahhh...heart!!!! Yeah....that's what I meant to say!!!

October 04, 2004 9:58 AM

 

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Friday, October 01, 2004

A Separation in the Family

I just found out that my cousin and his wife are getting a separation after 10 months of marriage. This came as a shock to me. My cousin waited to have sex till he got married and he waited almost 30 years. The woman he married had been married before but it only lasted for eight months. My cousin now regrets not talking to her first husband and finding out his side of the story. He had to find out the hard way how controlling his new wife really was. He tends to be a push-over, but I guess he had been pushed long enough. They went a few counseling session, but it didn't help. Like I said, I was shocked when I heard this info because they seemed so happy and my cousin obviously didn't rush into this. I am just glad there are no kids involved. Isn't life grand.

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Funny, funny

Check out the funny picture I just found.

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The First Debate



Wow! What a great debate tonight. The Pres had some good zingers up his sleeve. I thought it was funny that Kerry repeatedly said a line that Al Gore used frequently in the 2000 debates- "In my plan...."

I will be honest with ya. I won't be able to do this debate justice if I were to try to do a break down of it. Or maybe I am just to lazy. Anyway, if you want an accurate account of a Republican's point of view, check out Guru's blog.

By the way:

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