Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Seven Things

Yesterday, PW posted Eleven Things. I'm not as cool as PW, so I'm posting seven things.

1. My coworkers and I celebrated our weight loss "victory" with a salad. I'm for real. I couldn't make up this crap if I tried.

2. Recently, Paula Deen had her single son as a guest on her show. You know I planned to marry Bobby, right? I had this great plan. I was going to wow him with my witty personality and ablitiy to buy great kitchen products. The plan was solid, until Bobby went and got a girlfriend! Paula, had her on the show too. Devastating blow!

3. The newest development with Bobby has led me to believe I will never meet Paula Deen. Another devastating blow!

4. I have a feeling this week is going to be extremely slow.

5. I have two tickets to see Toy Story 3. I'm looking for a seat partner. Please submit your application ASAP.

6. My lunch partners are MIA, so I went to the mall. I bought a green purse. I felt green was a good color for a few reasons. The first reason was it will go with brown or black. The second reason was I can carry it in winter and summer. Those two reasons sold me on the purse. Also, it was on sale.

7. Who wants to ditch work, and go get a cupcake? Anyone, anyone?

3 comments:

Scotty said...

I think you should tell everyone to go with you to grab cupcakes... because SALAD is definitely not a celebration meal!

I saw Toy Story 3, it was bueno!

-Scotty

Renee said...

lol, my workout buddy & I went to Panera for salad today after our workout. my lunch was only 430 calories. :D

I know my daughter would LOVE to go see Toy Story with you, but the commute would be terrible. ;o)

Your purse sounds fab...pix please.

Bone said...

For our next meal together, we should meet at Paula Deen's restaurant in Savannah. I wiki'd it. Check it out:

"The specialty is the buffet, which may include sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese, deep-fried Twinkies, fried chicken, cheesy meatloaf, greens, beans, and creamed corn. Every meal comes with a garlic cheese biscuit and one of Deen's famous hoecakes."