Today is Thursday. Today is also Read in the Bathtub Day. I believe today is also a Ramblings day. Enjoy...
Next month I'll be turning 31. This isn't a milestone birthday. Truth be told, it's kind of a boring birthday year. However, I want to celebrate turning 31. I want to start year 31 off with a bang. I read on usmagazine.com that Justin Timberlake celebrated his 31st birthday by going to Canada. Obviously, I will not be following in Justin's footsteps, since I went to Canada in December. Suggestions are welcome on what to do for my 31st birthday.
You've Got Mail is one of my all time favorite movies. It just makes me smile. I think movies should make you smile and feel good about life.
During the Super Bowl halftime show Sister #2 made a comment to my family. She said... Madonna is like your Lady Gaga. Excuse me! In 20 years, do you think we will be singing Lady Gaga songs? Heck no!
This week my hands have been extremely dry. It's weird.
Last month I bought an iPad 1. I'm still trying to figure out how to use the stupid thing. The learning is a working progress. I feel like an elderly person trying to figure out email.
Last weekend I went to a Toni Braxton concert held in one of the local casinos. Alright, please look past the fact that I attended a Toni Braxton concert. The important part of my first sentence is it was held in one of the local casinos. You want talk about good people watching! Blogger World, it was unbelievable! I loved it! Seriously, it was 100% better than Oklahoma's State Fair, which is saying a lot. Folks if you are ever bored, I highly recommend you hit up the the casino in El Reno, Oklahoma.
So, Paula Deen has type 2 diabetes. Does this really surprise anyone? You know I love me some Paula Deen, and I wish the best for her.
I sure wish Southwest would stop sending me emails about their fare sale. Due to my recent back-to-back-to-back vacations I will not be going anywhere for awhile. Their emails, with beautiful pictures of the beach, are making me want to book a flight to Florida. And I can't afford Florida!
I sure wish Match.com would stop sending me emails about local singles that want to meet me. Number one, I did not sign up for Match.com. How in the world do they know who would be my perfect match? I do not think Jim, father of 2, with no job is a perfect match! Oh good Lord, did my aunt sign me up for Match.com? I just thought of this. She is always trying to find me someone to date. I better ask her about this Match.com stuff.
On the Match.com note, I'm going to end this Ramblings.
Over and out