Friday, August 22, 2008


1. Speaking of fairs, on Wednesday night, I went to the Wilson County Fair with my coworkers. It was pretty fun! I didn't ride any rides, but I did see a lot of animals and had some roasted corn, shared a chicken on a stick and a "sidewalk sundae" (ice cream cone dipped in chocolate). I took some pictures and would love to share them, but...

2. My computer is still broken! Well, not so much broken as it is being held hostage. Those Best Buyers Liars told me the diagnostic test started on Tuesday. Wednesday, I called back to find out I'd been lied to and the test actually hadn't been started at all! I just called them back again and used a little less... sweet?... tone of voice. It didn't work though because they still have the computer. Update: Best Lie called. My computer is dead. Bury-it-in-the-backyard-because-it'd-cost-less-to-get-a-new-computer-than-fix-this-one Dead. I think I'm going to throw up.

3. I found a new crying catalyst. Carrie's latest video? Tearjerker. I have found that in my "old age" I can always be counted on to cry when a) when I watch the Friends series finale b) when people cry happy tears because they've accomplished their dreams (as in winning American Idol or the gold medal on balance beam) or c) when people cry so hard they can't sing, as Carrie as done before on award shows or as Jennifer Nettles did in the video for "Stay." But until I find my Friends Series Finale, I've got this on stand by.

4. I watched my second Netflix movie last night. Gone, Baby, Gone was amazing, baby, amazing. If you haven't seen it and you like smart thriller films - go rent it.

5. My mom is in Cabo San Lucas right now. My sister has been at Atlantic City shore all week. And me? I went to the pool last weekend. Must. Take. Vacation. Soon!


  1. I'm so glad I'm not the only person who cries every time I watch the Friends finale. :)

  2. That is the saddest video I've ever seen.

  3. My crying catalyst is Kellie Pickler singing 'I Wonder' at the CMA's!


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