Thursday, October 30, 2008

One Word...

Now you post if you want to...

1. Where is your cell phone? Bag?
2. Your significant other? Wonderful
3. Your Hair? Dark
4. Your Skin? Gothic
5. Your mother? Kind
6. Your favorite thing? Home
7. Your dream last night? Creepy
8. Your favorite drink? TAB
9. Your dream/goal? Ambitious
10. The room you’re in? Office
11. Your ex? Useless
12. Your fear? Failure
13.Where do you want to be in 6 years? Home
14.Where were you last night? Jamestown
15.What you’re not? Quiet
16.Muffins? Nope
17.One of your wish list items? Radio
18.Where you grew up? Massachusetts
19.The last thing you did? Typed
20.What are you wearing? Clothes
21.Your TV? Off
22.Your pets? Rosie
23. Your computer? Painful
24. Your life? Swampish
25. Your mood? Bored
26. Missing someone? Always
27. Your car? Cavalier
28. Something you’re not wearing? Socks
29. Favorite Store? Bunches
30. Your summer? Gone :(
31. Like someone? Indeed
32. Your favorite color? Black
33. When is the last time you laughed? Today
34. Last time you cried? Forget
35. Who will respond to this? Dunno
36. Whose answers are you anxious to see? Everyone's

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

That time of year....

When offices are filled with foil-wrapped candy (like chocolate eyeballs!) and cookies and stuff that generally doesn't agree with healthy eating...

And it's dark all. the. time.

And it's cold.

And people have colds.

It's that time of year... Read more here!

Friday, October 17, 2008

Trying to get back on track...

Long and winding road. That's what this life is.

I am totally out of sync... And working to get back on track...

Read more here...

Monday, October 13, 2008

I wish had something more uplifting to post....


Please had over to blogabetes and read about the nasty time I've been having with my pump sites of late.

Freaking Ow-EEE!

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Thank you and a request

First, I want to say thank you to all who commented on my last post with your condolences and love. It is just amazing how supportive and filled with grace this community is. I hope you all know just how much appreciate the boosts you give me in this life. They make all the difference in the world. I know that Mim has moved on to some place free from the pain that had imprisoned her for too many of her final days - I hope that she will continue to bring those of us who love her signs and symbols from whereever/whatever she is now. We'll miss her deeply.

Mim was a cousin on my father's side, but my parents families were from the same neighborhoods - and my mother's sister, my Aunt Kathy, spent a ton of time with Mim and her sister Ann when they were growing up. I know that Mim's death has left her feeling a little lost. She wanted to do something to remember Mim in a positive way that would make a real difference. She asked if I might want to walk with her for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer two weeks from Saturday. We'll walk in Mim's memory - we'll walk to ensure that fewer - and hopefully, someday no - families will have to bear the sadness of the loss of their mother, their sister, their cousin, their friend to breast cancer.

I know the economy sucks. And I know many of you are raising your own money to fight diabetes or to support causes that you believe in. Thank you for the difference you make.

I hope you'll consider contributing to support my Aunty Kathy and I as we remember Mim.

You can donate here:

Fighting for Mim

Every bit will make a difference. And if you can't donate - please continue to think of us - especially Mim's daughters as they struggle with the loss of their mom.

Thank you again, my good (internet weirdo) friends.