Tuesday, January 1, 2008

10 things I learned this weekend (Use your imagination edition)

10 things is back...and this time it's the "Use your imagination" edition. I'll leave hanging sentences...you do the rest.

1. Having lived in two states where your vote really doesn't count (and it having been that way for many decades) "Caucus" is sort of a foreign word. I learned the definition of "Caucus" today, and it is...

2. Having your favorite team play in the Orange Bowl is a great excuse not to go to "Caucus" so on Thursday night I'll be...

3. When the forecast for tomorrow is a high of "Zero" and a low of "Negative Ten" looking forward to tomorrow is...

4. Mark gave me a much needed reminder that extremely high workloads are not sustainable for extended periods of time. There are a few things I really can cut out of the schedule this week, like...

5. I really cannot stand to see people who smoke around their kids. It really makes me angry. I saw a person today smoking in their car with the window rolled up...(ok...if that's not disgusting enough)...their kids were in the back seat. It took every bit of my inner strength to hold myself back from...

6. OK...you'd think being on my fourth child I'd remember this...but somehow I find myself learning it again. When a baby begins to have a change in diet, even the slightest little change, diapers can be more disgusting than...

7. Pablo Honey is more than just a great Radiohead album. It's also an acronym for...

8. Celebrating the New Year is tons more fun when you have one of these. It's almost as fun as...

9. The LA Lakers wore throwback uniforms today, complete with the little short-shorts that like Kareem and the Bird used to wear. It was almost as disturbing a sight as...

10. If you tell people something is an acronym, but don't tell them what it stands for, they'll spend a really long time trying to figure it out, even if it's not really an acronym at all.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well, atleast if the Orange Bowl doesn't turn out well you will have both that and the caucus results to blog about. Isn't a caucus a lot like a Board meeting?

Bojipete