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Friday, May 09, 2008

Some levity, perhaps?

I've been dealing with the exciting world of car insurance and our illustrious and world reknowned Registry of Motor Vehicles (they make waiting an art form!) today. Yes, my life is one big bag of joy. It's cold and once again rainy, and I'm about ready to bash my head against a wall because my house... well let me just say that when the home health aide does NOT show up to clean for a week, my house could very well be compared with many international disaster areas. It is not pretty, people.

I'm still quivering over last night's Lost episode, which has really got my head in a spin. I just can't figure it out. The more mysteries that are solved, the more mysterious it becomes. If you quit watching it during last year, you're a total sucker. Because this year it's been better than ever and so filled with TV angst your heart just can't stand the extra stress. LOST!

So here is a bit of levity Nina sent me. Had me laughing my flat patoot off. Enjoy!

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1 Comments:

Blogger Daisy said...

"We make waiting an art form." Sounds like a new motto!

10/5/08 2:37 PM  

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