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This Week, So Far

I've gone back to work (and I'm diggin' it, for now)

The Littlest Little has started the medication that is from the study she was one day too old to participate in (balderdash! to the one day too old crap!)

The Dictator Girl probably has another UTI (that would be two in a three week period on top of a yeast infection AND a micro viral infection thingy-ma-bob)

The boy hasn't gotten up before 9am at all since school got out. Check that, one day he was up at 7am and I only know this because his sister was screaming at him to stop looking at her.

My lower back has been hurting so much that I'm reminded of my gramma Lulu who would hunch over for awhile every time she got up from the couch or chair. At least I'm not tooting every time I get up like Grams.

Some interesting reads (can you tell I like TV Squad? I didn't think so):

Oh we've already had the discussion about these products. Today was all about fallopian tubes and a woman's menstrual cycle. With my 6 yr old boy. Pardon me whilst I go cry.

Don't show my husband this, please.

Even though we have Showtime, I never watch any of the shows that are on there. And believe me, I want to. I just don't have the time (nor the TiVo) and when I do have time, it doesn't work because the TV is in the main room and I'm not going to watch Dexter*, The Tudors and Nurse Jackie in front of the children or my mother in law. (and I think people need to get over this. it's a tele.vision. show. - sheesh)


Here's to the rest of the week being somewhat entertaining.

Oh yeah, the troublemaker that is Mandyland moved back home this week from California. Bout damn time woman (gah! I wanted to type bitch and not woman but I don't know, it felt weird. Well shit, now it's even weirder cause I typed that. Tartar sauce!)

Welcome home. Bitch.

*and I can't be the only one who thinks that Michael Hall is hot in this show. I don't mean his character (duh) but HE looks damn good. I love Six Feet Under and he was awesome there but he never really did it for me ya know? But the promo shots for this show and pretty much any photo of him recently? Rawr!!!

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