1.) Nora has started following me with her baby and doing everything that I do with Evelyn to her baby. If I feed Evie, she pulls up a high chair next to me and feeds her baby. When I leave the room to go and change Evie's diaper, Nora goes with me and does the same with her baby. This goes on all day from the first bottle to Evie's end of the day bath.
It's SO sweet, I'm lucky to have such a nurturing and imaginative child. It makes me feel like I've done something right. Also, I'm really close to yelling CHRIST ON A BIKE GET AWAY FROM ME FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WHEN WILL THIS END!
2.) I can't remember the last time I turned the radio on and there wasn't a DJ doing a paid advertisement for a hair removal place. Seriously, if I hear one more DJ give their personal tribute to how embarrassed they used to be about their body hair and how perfect their lives are now that they are hairless, I'm going to beat my radio with my razors. I've always thought it would be fun to have a morning radio show, but now I'm fairly certain I'm not hairy enough. DJ's tend to run on the hairy side from what I can gather.
3.) Am I the only one that never knew that Gilbert Gottfried was the voice of Aflac's Duck? That duck just wasn't half as annoying as Gilbert. My sister-in-law's family has a megaphone because my brother-in-law coaches track (actually, I'm not sure....I never was in track- is that normal? Because they also have a suit of armor in their house, so it may not be normal) Anyhoo, I do this great impression of Gilbert Gottfried saying "WHAT'S THE SCORE?!". Knowing that it makes them laugh I picked up the megaphone and screamed out my Gilbert impression, forgetting that my husband was asleep on the coach near me. Let's just say that's not a nice way to wake up. A lesser person would have throat punched me.
4.) Until recently I thought that Lady Gaga song said, "I'm gonna right click baby, I was born this way!". Thank you, American Idol, for clearing that up.
5.) I'm sad for our friends in Japan. Really sad. I know you are too. I'm happy that most of us have at least $5 we can give them. Living Social is matching each $5 donation given. They are only doing this for about another hour, so scidaddle over there: Living Social link to match funds given to Japan.
When the time is up on that excellent opportunity, here is another a way to give: Click here for the Red Cross link to donate financially to those affected by the earthquake in Japan and the tsunami throughout the Pacific.
No money? Prayers are always free. Remember: There, but for the Grace of God, go I. You never know when it will be you.