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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Knot a Good Thing

I have to admit, I sometimes enjoy being a hater. Looking at my squat, jagged broken nail in the midst of a handful of perfect Jordan Almond-yummy fingernails, I will now make my list of things I hate, otherwise known as “Knots in the Stomach of the Universe.”

1) One broken nail on an otherwise perfect hand
2) Hour at the gym and still fat
3) Puffy eyes
4) Puffy-eye products that don’t work (Like Sabon, Origins, and Trish McEvoy)
5) A sea of heavy, sodden, brown leaves covering my lawn
6) Still can’t do a decent Choo-Choo Shimmy
7) People who care more about how a dinner looks than how their guests feel
8) When someone asks “How does this look” and the answer is “bad.”
9) No idea for new book
10) Read my (husband’s) lips: No New Babies!


No dropping the F bomb … (fat) until post holiday. Life is short. Enjoy..

There’s always January to obsess.

— added by autismville on Saturday, November 24, 2007 at 2:46 pm

don’t you have four men in your house that can take care of #5???

— added by Someone Said on Saturday, November 24, 2007 at 4:40 pm

I know how you feel about the babies. I am getting that itch myself and hubby says “no no no” After all… You are turning 40 next month (not my words but his)

— added by Mary Beth on Saturday, November 24, 2007 at 10:32 pm

The only cream for puffy eyes that works for me is Clinique “All About Eyes” It’s a gel, so if you keep it in the fridge it works even better. It’s nothing fancy, it’s just a caffeine cream that causes the vessels around the eye to contract so the puffiness goes away.

— added by Natalia on Sunday, November 25, 2007 at 2:36 am

Here’s one of my pet peeves: hubby dumping used teabags into the sink instead of putting them in the bin.

The baby question is a burning one in our house right now. Do we have another baby in the hope that it will not be autistic? Or do we hold off in the fear that it will?

— added by Kirsten on Sunday, November 25, 2007 at 10:40 am

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