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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Scattegories Meme

Saw this at Barbara's Stray Thoughts and thought it looked like fun!

Rules: Use the 1st letter of your name to answer each of the following…They must be REAL places, names, things…NOTHING made up! If you can’t think of anything, skip it. Try to use different answers if the person in front of you had the same 1st initial. You CAN’T use your name for the boy/girl name question.

Your name: Deborah

1. Famous Athlete: Dryden (Ken) Goalie #29 from Montreal Canadians, recently ran unsuccessfully for the leadership of the Canadian Liberal Party, he is a member of Parliament and a published author. His hockey jersey #29 was retired yesterday, January 29, 2007.
2. 4 letter word: Damn
3. Street name: Downing Street, 10 Downing Street is the residence of the British Prime Minister
4. Color: Deep Pink
5. Gifts/presents: Diamonds (are a girl's best friend!)
6. Vehicles: Deliboy (Toyota)
7. Tropical Locations: Dominican Republic
8. College Majors: Dance
9. Dairy Products: Danone Yogurt (he he he)
10. Things in a Souvenir Shop: Dishes
11. Boy Name: Darragh
12. Girl Name: Diana
13. Movie Titles: Driving Miss Daisy
14. Alcohol: Disaronno
15. Occupations: Dentist (went there today!)
16. Flowers: Daffodils (for Cancer)
17. Celebrities: Doris Day
18. Magazines: Discover
19. U.S. Cities: Denver, Dallas, Detroit
20. Pro Sports Teams: Dallas Cowboys
21. Something Found in a kitchen: Dishes
22. Reason for Being Late: Dilly-dallied
23. Something You Throw Away: Dead plants
24. Things You Shout: "Daisy!"
25. Cartoon Character: Daffy Duck

Sufferin' sucotash! Tag - you’re it, or not!


Monday, January 29, 2007

Winston the Pimp

Yo man! What's goin' down, dog?

Thanks Fleur de Lisa for the great site ~ Pikipimp

Yo. I did it. I upgraded to new blogger. It was easy. *Snicker*

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Sunday Only Speak

It seems that my emotions are running quite high right now.

I've just come home from Sunday Mass and I'm a bit of a blithering mess as I just learned that our visiting priest is leaving our parish and going to another city, temporarily and then heading back to Nigeria in August.

He has been with us since 2001 and has touched me greatly. I have known that this day would eventually come but to be honest I am quite shocked by the strong emotional reaction I am having.

Unfortunately, I did not hear about it until I read it in the bulletin this week since I missed mass last week being away at my gf's cottage. Hubby knew but forgot to tell me.

Anyways today they had a going away celebration after Mass. I wish I had known because I would have brought my camera.

One of the readings to day was 1 Corinthians 13 , a reading often used in wedding ceremonies. ""Love is patient, love is kind....."

What did I love about Fr Jude? He really showed his love to all those he came in contact with. He always expressed such joy to see you and talk with you after mass, as if you were the most important person in the world. He trademark expression "Suuuuuuuurrrreeee!" when he greeted you was such an affirmation of his love. He was always full of praise, and made me feel worth loving, even when I could not find that feeling from within myself.

The Gospel today was from Luke 4:14-28 ~ Jesus Rejected at Nazareth. Jesus was rejected by the people because they did not like what he told them. In giving, yet again, one of his wonderful homilies today, Fr. J pointed out how we are all prophets, and as prophets sometimes we say things that make people uncomfortable because we make them think.

He went on to say that we do not do this in an unkind or accusatory manner, but rather one based in love and caringness. Fr Jude's homilies were full of life, vitality and humour and always made you think. He has made me a better Christian and human and I sure many in the congregation have been similarly impacted as well. I am going to miss him so much for his wonderful gift of communicating God's message.....

.....I am going to miss him so much.

We have been blessed to have him.

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Doggy watching Puppy Video

Starring: Daisy the Doodle, me Grand-dog

Oh ya, I'm a proud Nama!

Which Cartoon Character are You?

You are Bugs Bunny.

You are fun, friendly, and popular. You are a real
crowd pleaser.

You have probably been out on the town your share of times,
yet you come home with the values that your mother taught you.

Marriage and children are important to you, but only after you have fun. Don't let the people you please influence you to stray.

I should have known. Funny that I just did this quiz shortly after commenting on BarbaraH's site about how much I love Bugs Bunny.

So what's up Doc? Which cartoon character are you? I'd love to know.

~ aka Bugs

Friday, January 26, 2007

"Why can't they all be like that?"

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Thursday Random 13

  1. WEEK 77

# 28

  1. Winter has finally arrived in my Nation's Capital ~ 10 points if you can name that capital.

  2. A pretty kool chica, originally from #1, made it through on American Idol tonight.

  3. Please answer my two quick polls below. Very fast, very easy. I need lotz of responses to make a scientific determination. Thank ye~!

  4. My Dad sold his house and is moving in with us in a month until he finds a new place. It's all good for us. I hope he doesn't go nuts living with this crazy family.

  5. Lotz of organizational changes coming down at werk by the end of the month. Don't know what they are yet just know they're coming.

  6. My 17 year old daughter is being treated for ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) starting yesterday. She wrote her first exam today. They gave her extra time. It took her 4 hours.

  7. Tomorrow is history .... I mean tomorrow she writes her history exam. Today was English.

  8. Tonight I saw my therapist for the first time in over a month. I started seeing her last fall due to depression. I don't think I need to see her too much anymore. I'm feeling a little better and a little more in control of the things I can control and a little less responsible for the things I can't.

  9. One of the things I focused on getting back into control is the shape of my household. I managed to make good headway on this over the Christmas break with some extra holiday time I took to do it.

  10. My sis has not been well due to another relapse of bipolar disorder. She's hanging in there but there's been some issues which I would rather not go into now. Amongst all of the other things I've been dealing with, this is probably one of my greatest sources of stress.

  11. Pool Boy is likely going to need major surgery on his back. He has broken vertebrae. He saw the surgeon last week after a long wait to get an appointment with him. He goes back in 3 weeks to discuss. This has been another great source of stress as he has been unable to work (fully) due to decreased mobility and pain. He is self-employed so this has not been great for the household finances. We've decided that at this point, surgery is probably the only way to go and we'd like to get it done quickly. Pool Boy's real MRI --->

  12. I think I'm finally able to accept my Mum's death. It's been a long time coming. She died suddenly and unexpectedly June 2005. I can't believe it's taken me this long to get to this point. I'm starting to be able to think of her sometimes without crying. She would want me to be happy.

  13. I've asked the Lord to help me with all of the above. (Well except for #1, 2 & 3!). I know he's listening. My faith has always been strong. Many times I have not gone to him for help, thinking my problems are minor and not worthy of his blessings. I'm learning to not think this way.

Thanks for hanging in to the end of my 13. Kind of depressing now that I read it.

Oh well, some things need to be said so they can then be put aside.

My family and friends don't get this blogging thing at all. But you internets do. Thanks.be.to.dog for that.


Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Map Stats

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Video games, puzzles and ear wiggling ~ something for everyone

Goofy Girl is all excited because she's been wanting a Wii and now finally was just able to order it. I think Wii is a video game. I'm feeling less than intelligent now.

I've never been into video games at all. Give me an electronic sudoku, or crossword or jigsaw puzzle, electronic or otherwise, and I'm in my element.

I have nothing against video games (well of course except for when it's alls that kids do all day) but they just don't appeal to my brain.

Why is that? Are certain brains wired differently?

Why do jigsaw puzzles appeal to some peoople and not others? There's definitely two camps involved where this is concerned, I believe.

Please take my survey and send your friends. I want to get some good scientific results recorded here.

Now Miss Cheeky is wondering what kind of hidden talents we have. I offered up that I can wiggle my ears. Big deal right? Maybe .... maybe not.

I estimate that only a smaller majority of people can do this. I'm thinking 30%. Please help a blogger girl out and respond to this survey. I am a woman of curiosity.

Monday, January 22, 2007

Kottage Kibitzing

Wow! That was fun! Had a great weekend with the gf's. We literally did a little bit of everything! Ate, drank, skied, walked, sang (lots of songs, played name that tune ~ lotsa fun), did a 3D puzzle (first time doing one of these - we were very vertically challenged LOL), read, slept, took pictures and mostly talked! I was zonked when I got back late yesterday afternoon.

Managed to get some quality time with hubster when I got home. Our neighbours are away and offered the use their hottub. Whoopee! Needless to say I was in bed by 8:30 and asleep by 9:30!

Mama said there'd be days like this, there'd be days like this, my Mama said....

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Roughing it!

I'm off for my 3rd annual weekend cottage visit with the girls. We'll be doing some cross-country skiing, walking, talking, eating, drinking, puzzling, singing ~ you name it!

Yes, we have to ski in, pulling our provisions on the toboggans!

If you're looking for Saturday Photo Hunt it's here at ICL is at Home.

Have a great weekend, internets!!!


P.S. Is it just me or is blogrolling completely wacky these days, always showing every site as updated??? I sent them a support request and I just got back a standard email (so far). There is nothing on their 'breaking news' posts about issues. Please respond if you are experiencing or have noticed the same thing. I see on TNChick's SPH blogroll it looks that way too.

Crap I love technology (when it works!)

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Thursdays 8:30 EST

The OFFICE is one of those shows you can watch a few times and still laugh and pick up on new funny things each time.

You can't blog while watching THE OFFICE or you may miss something.

You have to intently stare at the TV to soak it all in!

Also you have to intently stare at the TV during the commercials and not change the channel because if you don't catch the first few seconds after the commercial you may miss something funny.

If you have to go to the bathroom you run very quickly at the beginning of the commercials like you have the $hit$ or something.

And if you have to get something to eat or drink during the commercial you use the buddy system and call out from the kitchen every few seconds "Is it on yet?".

Just wanted to give you the THE OFFICE watching etiquette rules. You need to be endoctrinated properly.

O and BTW I blog about THE OFFICE on Fridays / Thursday nights after the episode and everyone shares their favourite parts of the show so it may be helpful to keep a pencil and paper handy while you watch unless you have a good memory not like me.

O and after the show ends and the Deddle Dee Productions sign comes on and you're all smiley because you laughed but suddenly you get a sad feeling because it's over you just keep watching because SCRUBS comes on after THE OFFICE and it is pretty funny too.

Tonight's office episode: The Return
Oscar returns from his long vacation with mixed emotions on whether or not he still wants to be a part of the office.

Favourite parts:
Andy singing, Angela telling Kevin "Never", Andy trying to reel in Jim and annoying the hell out of him.

What was your favourite part?

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Where is Meez?

So I've been slowing down on the amount of posts I do.

Also the amount of time spent blogging, although I still do blog a lot. I've commented before about how I was using some of my Christmas vacay time to get my house in order. That's gone well. Okay well not finished, but well.

That has crept into my blog time but for good reason. The other reason why I've "tried" (see me doing the double handed quote?) to cut back some is because hubby is "expressing his dissatisfaction" (read complaining) about the amount of time I spend doing "it".

He'd rather be spending time doing the other "it" with me. Not gonna happen! LOL At least not for the length of time I spend blogging!!!

So I'm trying to be more "balanced" in my blogging, chores, quality family time which is an incredible ideal. Can't say I love it but I do love my family so I'm trying to make the most of it.

I still feel like I have an untenable list of things in my head that I want to write about.

I also think that I do my blogging as a refuge, an escape. That includes playing with gadgets (check out my new Meez pic on my sidebar), photos, making videos, teaching myself html, problem solving my html goofs, and reading and responding to peoples blogs. I love doing all those things which should be reason enough alone to want to blog, isn't it?

More on why and what I want to escape from on another day.

My goal for tonight is to get caught up on my reads in bloglines and hit the sack early. It's cold here, I had a busy day (but I got my run in!) and I'm tired.

Laters, internets.... and big smooches

Saturday, January 13, 2007

SNAP to it with SPA!

Let's get one thing straight. I'm not getting paid to write this post. *

I'm doing it for love.

I love this new Snap Preview Anywhere™ tool that you now see for the links on my blog.

I found it first at Sanni's Coffee2 Go site and I said, hey I gotta get me a piece of that.

So I implemented it right away and it was a SNAP to do. I honestly don't remember how but it was easy. It involved putting some code into my template. Click on the link "Get free previews from SNAP.com" that you see a the bottom of a preview when you hover on any site and it will bring you something that looks like this and you can sign up from there.

SNAP.com is a growing company ~ see more in a news interview with Tom McGovern, CEO on CNBC here.

Oh and I just read on their SNAP blog that they got a contract with WordPress so that all those users will get it as part of their WordPress blogs. Alright!! (say me, even though I'm a Blogger user, I still get the benefit if WordPress users have it. Woot!)

So tell me, do you like the SNAP Preview functionality?

* I'm not a big PPP fan or fan of blogs with advertising, even though I still read the blogs but with less devotedness. Sorry folks, it's my blog and how I feel. Dog knows Pool Boy would be thrilled if I got paid for blogging because I spend so much time doing it.

Incidentally this is pure coincidence but I find this funny.

I just created a blogspot last night to store my photos that I submit to the more serious photo memes (I'm finding my current one ICL is at Home is too busy, I needed an all white one) called Irish Church Lady Snaps (as in Snapshots ... kind of an oxymoron [yes, my favourite word] which I find funny because it's all digital these days and plus I've been dealing with depression quite a bit these days - yes my own, my sisters, my FIL which is why I chose the blogspot name) and then I read about this SNAP.com phenomenom which I had coincidentally just implemented myself only a few weeks ago.

There's more. A project I was working on last year was called SNAP and I work on SAP application software as part of my job and I love going to the SPA (acronym for Snap Preview Anywhere™ ) and my daughter Nurse-a-Baby works at a SPA called THE SPA.
Is it just me or do you find these types of coincidences, commonalities humourous?

I guess the dear dog was telling me to blog about this or maybe his alter ego. Hmmmmm...

Me thinks my dear god is telling me to get on and finish my cleaning (which I haven't started today)but first I'm going out for a run with DQ Girl.

Laters, internets!


Thursday, January 11, 2007


THE Office Recap:

~ wow! Dwight resigned! Lots of big plot action happening on The Office these days!

Michael was so tame and well behaved tonight. It's the best I've ever seen him.

What's with the Duffus (I don't remember his name) trying to move out the Shrute-meister?

Oh.my.dog the picture of Dwight and Jim when they went out on their first sales call was so cute!!

In honour of Dwight, shucks we're gonna miss him:


Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Thursday Thirteen ~ The Lame A$$ Version

Banner courtesy of Yellow Roses Garden
Thursday Thirteen
Week 75 ~ My 27th
  1. Wednesday night came up pretty fast and I hadn't even thought about what to do my 13 on.
  2. Back to werk and it's starting to suck the life out of me again.
  3. Consequently, I started out doing some chores, as planned Monday night but wimped out last night and tonight.
  4. However I have been back at running ~ 3 days in a row which is a good thing but I am sore. I last ran Dec 15.
  5. It's been great running weather here (of which I've missed most of it~ nuts!) but today it was quite cold and windy and I had a chill the rest of the afternoon at werk.
  6. THE Office tomorrow night ~ I plan to start my Office posts again on Friday. Wasn't last week's such a surprise? Jan and Michael - is it for real??? NOT! Check out the Schrute Space blog for Dwight.
  7. My once a month Chiro appointment for my back is tomorrow a.m. I'm ready for a tune up. Feeling it, especially in my upper right shoulder, which is not my usual problem spot (prolly brought on by all my cleaning last weekend LOL)
  8. This is such as lame a$$ 13 that I am falling asleep.
  9. I found a lot of bloggers who love making lists like me on Happy and Blue 2's blog today. I've been using Google lists for tracking me lists on line. It's superfabulous!
  10. I've nominated some people on the Seventh Annual Webblog Awards (THE Bloggies) today. I'm not saying who but there was quite a few.
  11. Your welcome
  12. Nominations close 10:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5) on Thursday, January 11, 2007, anyone can nominate their favorite weblogs.
  13. I made it to 13 mother.of.dog now I'm going to bed.

Monday, January 08, 2007

Manic Monday ~ This and That

This and That

Do you wear a watch every day? If so, describe it.
I alternate mainly between two watches, depending on what I am wearing. One is gold and silver, more delicate looking. The other is all silver with a square face and a silver band.

Sometimes I forget to put my watch on, which isn't really an issues because there are clocks everywhere ~ cell phone, PC.

Do you wear cologne or perfume?

Sometimes. If I'm going to a doctor's or chiropractor appointment I do not because they don't want you to. Also, if I'm going to church I usually do not because I know some people are sensitive to it. If I'm just going to work with no appointments, then I usually do.

What's under your bed?
Dustballs. Haven't cleaned there yet.

Also some other stuff in shoeboxes etc. I forget what it is but I'll soon find out. The bedroom / master bath is next on my list to clean but it will have to wait until this ~ this weekend, although I did start a bit on it Monday night.

What do you keep on your nightstand?

A lamp. A coaster for me coffee cup. A bottle of hand sanitizer. A bottle of water. And other crap that piles up there, right now it's a computer headset. A few books and the phone cradle on the lower shelf.

Well this was a rather lame Manic Monday on my part. I'm not feeling very humourous today.

Update on the home / work front ~ I finished the mudroom on Sunday and now you could eat off the floor which is saying a lot because there was a lot of mud to clean out of there. I had some laundry and mending to do tonight and I started on my bedroom but only made a little dent in it.

Why is it that I seem to need long stretches of time before I tackle a job? Why, why, why? This is part of my problem, if I worked on this stuff a bit at a time, and blogged less, then maybe things would not get so backed up.

So I've decided that, until I get my To Do list done, I will blog less and clean more. Sucks, I know.

If I'm not feeling too wiped when I get home from werk, I will continue with my list as much as possible so as to not leave it all to the weekend.

It was a kinda tiring day back at work. I had almost 500 emails to deal with (half of them were spam ha ha), I still have to go back and respond /fully about 100 of them.

Also trying to remember things from before Christmas and follow-up with people as to where they had progressed too was brain taxing. At least I did not forget my passwords. That usually happens.

So it was a Manic Monday after all!

Toodle~loo~, whenever


Sunday, January 07, 2007

Updated Ah fiddlesticks! That's it! They're done!


Ah fiddlesticks! That's it! They're done! They're over! But my cleaning list is not yet done!

I'm feeling depressed. There's only one thing that can help me. I go crazy today trying to finish the rest and in doing so I am sure to put my back out and then I can stay home sick for a few daze and blog away, read, watch movies, take strong anti spasmatic muscle relaxant drugs and then drift in and out of a dreamy fogland sleep.

But what if I miss something really important at werk? Some new organizational changes, a key meeting, some project issues that only I can solve? he he

My obsessive-compulsive tendencies are killing me here. What to do, what to do?

I think I'll get another cup of coffee and blog some more to ponder it.

Oh in the meantime, can you please help a new blogger friend out? Bipolar Mo needs some votes to win some wacky medical book. He's a funny man with issues. Need I say more? Now go vote, mmm'kay?

Laters, internets

Now give me some love...



SOS ~ Sunday Only Speak ~ Introducing Psalms Sunday!

For my , irregularly seen here on Slainte ~ It's only Me, (cause it is, who else could write this blab?), I would like to introduce, from Erica at Butterfly Kisses :

Erica writes:

Each Sunday I will pick one or two Psalms (depending on length, she's doing them in order). If you would like to take part, after reading the Psalms, share in a post whatever you would like in regards to what you read. For example, what did you think of it? What does it mean to you? Do you have a story behind it? Can you teach us something about it? Do you relate to a portion of it? What verse from it spoke to you the most?

I will write my post as well on Sunday morning and include a mister linky so that all contributors can link to their posts.

So I have decided to contribute this week for the following reasons:

  1. My bible reading sucks and is generally limited to the readings at church each week. Very rarely, I will open and read a bit, but to be honest, this is usually in times of crisis, and I don't make it regular habit. It ain't my bag, even though my faith is strong and to be honest I'm not a big reader of anything. It seems I don't even have time to read all the blogs I want to these days!
  2. I don't know the Psalms well at all. I thought this would be a good way to drip feed them to me. I ain't into memorizing them though but I will explicate.
  3. I find Erica can be quite inspiring to me because of her strong faith and ability to discern. I would like to support her in any way I can.
  4. I'm not going to church today, so I need to spend some time with / thinking about God and Jesus. (Lame excuse, I know).

Here is this weeks Psalm 1:

Psalm 1 (NKJV)
1. Blessed is the man
Who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly,
Nor stands in the path of sinners,
Nor sits in the seat of the scornful;

2 But his delight is in the law of the LORD,
And in His law he meditates day and night.

3 He shall be like a tree
Planted by the rivers of water,
That brings forth its fruit in its season,
Whose leaf also shall not wither;
And whatever he does shall prosper.

4 The ungodly are not so,
But are like the chaff which the wind drives away.

5 Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment,
Nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.

6 For the LORD knows the way of the righteous,
But the way of the ungodly shall perish.

So for me, I take from this Psalm...

  1. Don't heed advice from people that are not mindful of God's will.
  2. Try to stop people from sinning ~ it's their own free will.
  3. Don't judge people for their actions ~ again, it's their free will.
  4. Worry about my own spiritualness, and sanctify that.
  5. In short, it's all about me, not them.

How does it speak to you?


Saturday, January 06, 2007

Time to Take the Christmas Decorations Down

Please go to me photoblog "ICL is at Home" for Saturday Photo Scavenger Hunt.


Thursday, January 04, 2007

Thursday Thirteen - The Clean House Version!

Week 74 ~ My #26

1. I took these 4 extra days off werk as holidaze because (a) I needed a long break and (b) I had a ton of stuff to do around the house that just never gets done in the 'normal' working week.

2. Seems like kind of a waste of holidays, but on the other hand, it is worth it for me as I feel better that things are getting under control on the homefront and that is peace of mind that you can't get by going off on a vacation somewhere.

3. Here's what I accomplished so far: kitchen deep down cleaning including inside all cupboards, behind fridge, throwing out / donating things I no longer use; basement (putting everything in place and cleaning / purging after the flood of 2006.

4. Oh.my.dog ... I can't believe I wrote this post on September 14 about everything that I needed to do and I'm still not done yet.

5. Here's still what is on the list to get done: Bedroom deep clean, including ensuite bathroom cupboards and drawers and clothes closet, mud/laundry room/front hall closet, finish putting my Mum's things away (I'm halfway there), clean window blinds (this may have to take place over a few weekends ~ anyone have any good tips on the way that they clean these?).

6. I did a major reorganization of my kitchen countertops and cupboards. I thought 'outside the box' and moved things from one cupboard to another. Just because they've been in that cupboard for 15 years, doesn't mean they have to stay there! hee hee

I uncluttered my countertops, removed jars, canisters etc. that were contributing to that cluttered feeling and made room for them in the pantry cupboard. I don't feel that I have enough counter space as it is, and this stuff was adding to this feeling. I'm thinking that the new uncluttered look will help everyone to keep it looking clean and not let things pile up in the kitchen that shouldn't be there.

7. Those magic pads, you know the white ones, are awesome!!! I must have gone through about 6 so far this week. They are great for cleaning walls and trim. (How come I'm the only one that notices the finger marks on the walls and doorways??)

8. Batgirl helped me by cleaning out all the kitchen drawers and organizing everything nicely. She also helped in the basement.

9. Of course, while doing this the list of things that need to be fixed has grown, discovered as I work the rooms. Pool Boy is going to be busy!

10. I will take my Christmas decorations down this weekend. I'm still enjoying them in the evening. I still have to take a picture of my new little pink Christmas tree. I've delayed because I still have some ornaments to hang and I don't have any hooks. It seems like all the stores I went to, even before Christmas were already sold out.

11. Here's a picture of me Mistletoad I already posted about instead. Isn't he precious?

  1. 12. Here's a picture of our outdoor lights, taken from my bedroom window. Pool Boy already took down the blow up snowmen when I took this picture. Still a bit of snow left but it's been disappearing from the small dump we had after Christmas.

13. Back to werk on Monday Jan 8th. I'm grateful that I had the holidays available and was able to take them at this time.


TT header by Goofy Girl

Monday, January 01, 2007

2 Years Old



Yup, The Doodle was a New Years Baby. Last year on her first birthday she was 'sick as a dog' (ha ha) with some virus. This year she was in much better form.

Her Mama, DQ Girl (BTW we may have to change her name, more on that later), spoiled her with prezzies ~ a new Princess shirt, a new (bigger) pink bed and a new noodle toy that squeaks (at least for a few days!!).


aka music video

click to play

(funny in my head)


The photos ~ click to enlarge

~the Warhol shot~

~The Producer~