To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift.
-Steve Prefontaine
Make it simple, but significant.
- Don Draper

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Speaking Of....


  • This past weekend I got a post card from a place I can't even pronounce. Too cool, thanks Emily!
  • Speaking of places where people have accents, and therefore people with accents ... guess who has reappeared and whom I might see when he will most likely be in town soon .... Sushi Guy. Yeah, blast from the past!
  • Speaking of guys with Guy in the name, remember Navy Guy? The one I "fought" over with one of my gays? Yeah, I forgot to follow-up on that. I was totally winning. Navy Guy even asked me to go to a movie one night. It was really late, so sadly I couldn't go ... but maybe some other time?!? 
  • Speaking of Navy Guy - this week we are doing Thirsty Tuesday instead of Thirsty Thursday. Not like I'd let you forget it, but Thursday night I head north for my slumber party with Jessica then we head to VEGAS!!
  • Speaking of Vegas, I have NOT packed AT ALL! I can't count putting a running skirt, shirt and compression socks on a suitcase packing. Oy - I hate my procrastination, but it is the one skill I have truly perfected!
  • Speaking of procrastinating ... Wednesday night I am baking cookies! Cookies that will be consumed while in Vegas. I vow to not let Jessica and I tear into them until we have touched Nevada soil.
  • Speaking of Wednesday, I am so into a couple shows that both air at 10pm Wednesday night... Revenge and American Horror Story. My local BFF got me into the latter, and Emily VanCamp got me into Revenge. I just loved her on Everwood and cannot get enough of seeing her on TV. She is just so pretty!
  • Speaking of pretty ... what wasn't pretty was my last swim class. It was actually very comical. We rode our horse noodles most of the time... BUT there was a catch. We all had a unique rubber duckie (mine was in a red/white cheerleader outfit) and we were balancing our duckies on our "horse" heads. In order to pull this off successfully I was pretty much in a crunch position the whole time. At the end we had horse races. 2 people at a time - riding our horses, using only our arms. I was in the final heat and it was a tough competition. I think I passed at the very last possible second. My plan was just throw my duck and catch up to it -- much easier than trying to babysit while racing! It is nearly 10pm and I can still feel it. LOVE IT!!
  • Speaking of loving it .... I LOVE the anxiety and fun of my procrastination when it comes to vacation packing. I am notorious for SAYING I am packing weeks ahead of time - but I never do. I figure if I say it I will do it, but yeah, doesn't really happen that way. OMG, I'm going to Vegas this week.
  • Speaking of Vegas ... I am BEYOND excited!!! Weeee!!!!!


  • Random photo alert .... yours truly, second grade, early 80's.
    *Apparently my current racing outfits aren't that far out of my lifelong comfort zone!

    7 comments:

    1. Sushi Guy? Really? Hmmmm...

      I love the idea of racing and playing games while getting a workout done. I ran through blow up slides at Julie's boot camp yesterday and it kicked my a$$.

      Oh, and you were adorable in 2nd grade! The purple tights are fantastic. Now, get packing!

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    2. I'm a bit confused...I think I need to do some back reading....I guess that is what I get for disappearing for so long. My ODF!!! And, yeah, I dress the same too. Purple tights etc. Wait, no I don't. All black.

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    3. Check FB...I just answered via message what ODF is.

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    4. I'm loving your 2nd grade outfit! It's super hot!!!! ewww, you should pick out that same kinda outfit for Vegas, then post a before/after picture.

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    5. Dude.
      You were Tooo coooool. I looked like that too. Haha :)

      Have fun in Vegas! :)

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    6. love the 80s photo.
      A-mazing.

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    7. Yay!! So glad the postcard made it! And love the 2nd grade outfit!

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