Barkin, Birthdays and Bull**it

“And I’m very good and was always very good with getting older. It was always a
big thing for me. Like, great, now I’m 30, great. Now I’m 40, great. Now I’m 50,
great. You know, aging always made me feel more substantial, as if I had more to
offer other people and was more open.” –Ellen Barkin

Since we’re all getting older around the same time, (Chrome you and Mamalamb are next!)I thought this was appropriate. I’m a big birthday person. I love my birthday. I love it like I love New Years Day. For me it’s a time of contemplation and cleaning the slate. The Ultimate Do-Over We all do it differently and that is fine and dandy. I found this quote and thought it was a good one for how I feel. She’s freakin awesome anyway, right?

BonusMom is in Nebraska, the service is tomorrow. We are under a tornado watch until 4 today. wahoo. Spring weather in october. huh. I weigh in today. Eh. a little ambivlient about it right now. Did pretty good foodwise, still haven’t done much exercixing. Same story different verse. bla bla bla fishcakes.

I’ve already cleaned up some cat vomick and oh look! a hairball. good grief. My life is an ad for the crazy parade.

here’s another little thought I’ll put out there…some friends of mine, including myself, are pondering doing the eHaromney thing…wanting to meet someone(s) new and not really having a clue as to where and how to do it. I know the eHarm is about 50 bucks a month, but I like their commercials. Does anyone have any thoughts or ideas or comments or experience (yours or a friends) that you’d like to share? If you don’t want to post a comment, we can email for more privacy. I am really thinking about doing this and would in the pest possible scenario like to avoid picking or getting matched to the neighborhood pedophile. wha wha whaaaaaaaaa.

Just saw a trailer for Martian Child starring our collective boyfriend John Cusack and his delicious sister Joan. My oh my. it had me at hello. I haven’t heard of this so will have to research and soooooo put it at the top of my list!

Ok faithful readers, that’s it for me. I have to gather props, hit the showers, make a stop by the grocery for more catfood (that they will immediatly give back) and coffee and get to work. It’s a semi slow day but I do have some appointments and with dress/tech tonight and tomorrow, I’m not working full hours for the rest of the week. I’ll be in and out with updates that I’m sure you’re waiting breathlessly for. Until then, Huzzuah and Happy Wednesday! Let’s not forget,

I love George Clooney.

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5 Responses to Barkin, Birthdays and Bull**it

  1. Kizz says:

    Awesome Clooney collage. Love it!

    THe thing about eHarmony is that they only do boy-girl pairings and that sort of ticks me off. On the other hand Ulserad has used their services and had good luck. If you want me to put you in touch with him directly for a first hand review I’m happy to do it.

    If you weigh in during a tornado does the change in atmospheric pressure get you an automatic lb. off?

  2. Zelda says:

    I like the way you think my dear! come on tornado!!!!

    huh. didn’t know about that on the eharm thing. I’ll think about it and maybe want to talk to Ulserad after the show closes next week.

  3. Gertrude Jane Kennedy says:

    No need to really rehash my online dating experience.

    I did meet some men.
    I just threw them all back.

    If we all did it… I mean, ALL, a big group… I think it would take the pressure off and make it more like a social experiment.

    The holidays are coming and we all get a bit weary and blue. Its just human nature to want to have something to snuggle with.

    But I am not doing it alone!

    I don’t care which site. I used Match before and it was a weeding out process.
    I don’t like the whole pick and choose thing. It can be disppointing if you don’t get picked.

    But over all… I am in. I have been bugging Joe forever to get back out there.

    Even though I have no intention of keeping anything I find. It could be fun.

  4. Zelda says:

    I like the social experiment concept. No pressure. No worries. I just think in this age, there are more people doing it and actually meeting each other. it’s better than a bar. . . or is it?

  5. ChromePlatedGirl says:

    the redhead met the cubano on match and she just got a ring. So, sometimes it works for some people.

    I have no desire….but who doesn’t want a free meal.

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