9/5/07

How I Hate Thinking Up Titles!

Thanks to everyone that came by and commented for yesterday's Dorky Tuesday post! It was fun checking out other people's photos too. Mybrid, nice to see you!

Where am I? I'm at LittleBrother's(10) school, killing an hour before he gets out. When I pulled up, the computer detected wireless internet service (that I was going to "borrow") but now it is gone. So I'll type this up now and post it later. Unless I die in the heat and in that case this post will serve as my last will and testament.

The boys going back to school has reminded me of what a horribly lazy sloth that I am. The past two Tuesdays and Wednesday when I've been off, I have done next to nothing. Well, last week I got my nails done and today I got my hair done but that is all. And I've taken Half Nekkid Thursday photos the past two weeks. Look for something spectacular! tomorrow. Okay, maybe not spectacular but some new half nekkidity. (I'm sure that Sweety will be thrilled to read that. I better get home and do a quick clean before I post this.) I have kept everyone fed though. I should give myself points for that. Nevermind that the meatloaf I so lovingly cooked last night came ready to pop in the oven from the grocery store. It was okay for store bought and I didn't have to touch any raw meat. I'm pretty sure that I've mentioned my disdain here for handling raw hamburger meat.

I like to listen to the other mothers talk as they are congregated on the school sidewalk, waiting for their offspring. Last week's conversation seemed to be in the vein of "my kid is worse than your kid" stories. You know, I can understand your toddler escaping from you once or twice. But if you have 4 stories about how he got out of the house (because he's such a smart little Houdini! Really...Smart? Maybe his mama is just an unaware idiot?) and twice different neighbors called the cops because he was at their house and this all happened before the kid was 5 years old - I'd recommend keeping those stories to yourself. They're not cute stories. They draw attention to the fact that you need to have your uterus filled with sea salt.

Geez, I sure do say "I" a lot huh? I'd like to have something else to say but there's not much of anything. It's either, me, the canines, Sweety, the boys or the cuntofanexwife that is one my mind and out onto the keyboard. I should get a hobby or something so I could tell you all about it.

I'd talk about the coaew but it's too hot here in the sun to get agitated. I'll be getting to see her lovely face in a bit when she arrives to pick up her youngest crotchling. Goody. Where she is concerned, for me, out of sight out of mind is better. Having to interact with the coaew two days a week is getting on my nerves. We are on only week 2 of the school year. I need to learn to deal with my loathing or it may choke me from the inside out before the end of the school next spring.

Hey, do any of you have circles under your eyes or does your skin feel rough under your eyes? I can answer "yes!" to both of those questions and I am always on the lookout for something to make the circles lighter or the skin smoother and I have found it! Oil of Olay Definity Eye Illuminator. It's right at $20 for a bottle and after just a couple of days my skin felt smoother. I think that I suffered a bit on an allergic reaction to it at first because my eyes were really itchy but they aren't anymore. I'll deal with a couple of days of eye itch if it will give me the illusion of being well rested. I should smear some on Chi Chi and see if it rejuvenates her.

11 comments:

Regal said...

Always love the stories about the COAEW...and mostly love her title. Fitting. I have to try some of the Olay - hope my eyes don't itch!

Sara Sue said...

"crotchling" LMFAO!! Oh ... I'm so stealing this!

Which part of Chi Chi will you be rubbing this on? Them massive lips?

here today, gone tomorrow said...

"They're not cute stories. They draw attention to the fact that you need to have your uterus filled with sea salt." Sentences like that are why I read you. Don't stop.

Mike said...

maybe you need to do a stick figure HNT for tomorrow.

Chickie said...

Regal - Let me know if you have good luck with it! I rub the smooth under my eyes constanly now. Maybe that is why they were itchy.

Sara Sue - "flesh loaf", that's one of my favorites if the kid is still unable to walk.

I'd start somewhere else first to see if she's allergic. I can't imagine my coochie itching like my eyes did. That would be cruel.

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow - Do you know why I said sea salt instead of regular salt? It's bigger and would scratch more when you were shoving it in.

Just thought I'd share that.

Mike - Your stick figures put mine to shame. Maybe I'll practice them and do that in a few years.

Midwestern City Boy said...

Some of your sayings (writings) are priceless. You sound like you want to shove in the sea salt personally.

Chickie said...

Midwestern City Boy - I would have gladly put on some gloves and packed salt. Not only did she have dumb shit to say, she was loud about it.

patti_cake said...

I love "crotchling" too. I think i'll start referring to Madison as my crotchling. The MIL will lurve that!

The Phosgene Kid said...

Looks great, but lose the frog...

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

"Fill your Uterus with sea salt..." LOL, LOL, LOL....Best laugh I have had ALL day...!
That Oil of Olay stuff looks like it might perform miracles...Well, I can hope, but I'm afraid life has gven me the citcles...! But I'm going to get some anyway. Thanks for the tip.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

That should read CIRCLES....HA!