Saturday, August 27, 2005

Saturdays Sigh Fest

Ramblings from a whiney, slighly off center, sub-human.
Listed below will be the things I noticed this week. Should be easy to follow.

1) I had to pull out my fat pants and actually USE them.
2) A human can actually say the "f" word every other word in a sentence and it still makes sense.
3) Dt. Pepsi and I got a divorce, 4 days aspartame free
4) No one likes sperm, especially the crocheted variety, so I must make more!
5) I want to see Brothers Grimm, and then again I don't
6) I wished someone would die and felt no guilt
7) I covet more than I realize
8) I hate women bosses who use their female wiles to get there way
9) I need to cry and I can't
10) That I really don't like many fellow pagans any more than I like fundementalist christians. Different song, same tune.
11) I want to go back to school, for what I don't know
12) That I want to erase this but wont......


Blogger Marvie said...

Awww yer not a sub human! {{{hugs}}} I'm sorry you had a bad week. Here's hoping for a better one to come!

8:31 AM  
Blogger MrsFife said...

If you mean in 7 that you covet, may I add, I fully realise how much I covet and have frequent guilt pangs over it.
11 I love being in school, and the 10 months I spent in Journalism school at the age of 30 were wonderful. I wish I could earn for learning....

Hope you feel better soon!

9:13 AM  
Blogger Lynlee said...

ah, hon... I've cried enough for the both of us this past week (and probably for the rest of the ladies at the 'ville as well). I gotcher back!

Way the fuck to go on the fuckin' Diet Pepsi!

#6 - TOTALLY understand that one...

#10 - And to think, I thought I was the only other pagan not in love with all other pagans...

If you ever decide what to go back to school for will you please then come help me figure it out?

9:40 AM  
Blogger Kimberly said...

You are not at all whiney! My sisters children on the other hand are! :) And thanks for saying what many of us think - we can all relate it seems!

6) I had dreams and fantasies of one of my profs dying in guilt at all and he was my religion thats bad!

11) Me too on both school and unknown subject matter...underwater basket weaving is always a popular choice LOL

11:24 AM  
Blogger CraftyCritter said...

Thanx for the spelling Swapna, I often times don't realize until the next day I've made a booboo...

I loved learning and still do...I read endless books on different subjects. The thing is not just ONE thing tickles my fancy...

Thanx Marvie hugs taken anytimes!

I guess I had to just blurt crap out. The Old Man and I usually sit down at the end of the week and go over our observations, and how we could have done things differently, but this week he is dealing with something, not sure what, and so me feeling that he needs quiet time dont think its the right to do our weekly "overview" yet...Nothing bad by the way, but he was offered a promotion and I think he wants to take it but our life is based on family and taking it means less family time. But he see where he can improve the company overall in the position he was offered. Make sense? It should be easy but its not and I understand that.....

Holy Smokes Swapna I thought you were like 25ish....

LOL Kimberly, I bet you'd take that class too LOL me, I'm a find a faith that make you a whole person, kinda gal...but when asked recently by a group of pagans what my view of the pope passing was, and I said, "my heart aches for those that lost someone so very important to them" and being told Im not a real pagan....makes ya wonder what the whole point of a faith/path being called "openminded"

2:18 PM  
Blogger Marvie said...

Oh my gosh! How terrible! I'm as pagan as the next gal and frankly, it doesn't matter what religion the man was, he was a huge part of millions of people's lives and it seems to me that anyone with a heart would feel something. Sheesh!

And, blurt away =) That's what a blog is all about after all! Some people might say a crochet/other crafting blog should be all about the craft, but I find I prefer the ones that have personal stuff too, feels more real I guess?

I am a voracious reader as well, if something piques my interest I grab every book/website I can find and read as much as I can. I may not retain a tenth of what I read *g* but I still love it lol. I haven't the foggiest idea what I want to be when I grow up, maybe someday I'll give it some serious thought ;)

3:42 PM  
Blogger Kimberly said...

But Cordelia, there is no need for me to go back to school for that class...that was my minor the first time around! tee hee hee

4:01 PM  
Blogger Lynlee said...

Oy. *slaps forhead* Some people will never be happy until everyone else isn't. They just shouldn't expect much sympathy when they lose someone they admire.

I think it is great that your hubby is taking his time making such an important decision. I'm sure he'll make the decision that is best for him and for his family.


9:35 PM  
Blogger MrsFife said...

Thanks for thinking I'm 25, but I'm a ripe old 31 and a half...(almost).

8:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Big hugs coming your way!

-Your SP

8:53 AM  

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