Thursday, August 26, 2010

Seeing Double

That's right. It's a double post kind of a day.


I don't really have a picture to go with this post, but I found this on my computer and thought it was funny. About a month ago my iTunes at work quit working for no apparent reason. I'd been asking the IT people at work to help me get it up and running because there's only so many times a girl can listen to the same Celtic Dream CD without going INSANE. I hadn't had much luck because they were busy so to captivate their attention I drew them a picture and sent my request through the Internets to their Inboxes. Shortly after this was sent, my iTunes was heroically restored. THANKS!

Anyways- I'm having a pretty good day!
Not only do I get to go to Zumba tonight (see the below post), but I get to go visit my parents in October! They are fabulous people and helped Caderyn and I get plane tickets to come and visit them. Their excuse, "We just don't think we can wait until Christmas to see our grandson." What about your daughter? What about me? Nope, just Caderyn.
Well...fine...you can buy me a plane ticket to come and visit you...but I won't have any fun while I'm down there. And, if you try to take me out to eat or let me sleep in a little bit I won't even enjoy myself. ;)

On a side note- remember my post about how Lucy went all Satanic on us and ate everything she shouldn't be eating in the garbage. Welp. She ate something naughty again sometime in the middle of the night. This probably happened when Jeff or I got up to go potty and in our groggy states left the door open. After the Bubs morning bottle and back to bed routine, I noticed the scene of the crime and immediately investigated. Yep, sure enough she'd eaten another tampon. GROSS! HOW CAN I SAY THAT WORD ONLINE? My frustrations with her had reached their end. It was 5:30 a.m. and I was exhausted. I dialed the number to our vet, explained what my naughty little princess dog had done and got an appointment at 7:30 a.m. 
Lucy has been there since then, undergoing some tests and making sure she's going to be okay. They anticipate she'll have to stay overnight. We anticipate a nice big fat B-I-L-L from our vet. 
Lucy anticipates being grounded for life.

Hey! I had fun highlighting names/references in this post.
How was that randomness for you. I think I mainly just wanted to put this big ole' bad post because I'm tired. I didn't make it to bed until around 1 a.m. and I was up after 5:30 a.m. for good. My coffee for the day has work off and I am worn out. Whew!


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