Monday, March 17, 2008

I am about to lose my voice from all the singing

Oh my my my my my my MY!

This nobody going to work gig is the S-H-I-T.

Do you know how much I can get done when I don't have to work? If we add BH staying home from work too? Oh my lovelies the possibilities are boundless..... I tell you BOUNDLESS!

I am weepy already at the thought of leaving this blissful state.

In other news....


I was sure there was some other news....


I could tell you what I got for my birthday.

A really cool i-pod dock that has speakers and a CD player and it can play the radio too! It will be going to my office. I also got a new big girl food processor. Now...I KNOW you are thinking, a FOOD PROCESSOR? How boring is that? Well I found it to be very exciting. For the past 13 years I have been processing my food in a teeeenny tiiiinnnyy little food processor that only held about 1 cup worth of ingredients. This one holds several cups and it makes me happy. Come over some time and I will make you salsa, or a pie crust, or something that requires food processing.

So I am thirty-six years old now. If we are rounding up that is close to forty. I am not sure that I am ready for that so perhaps it is time to change the subject.

What I really think is that it is time for me to go to bed. I have been up way late for the past several days. If the loopiness that is evident in this post is any indication, mama needs some sleep.


Woman with a Hatchet said...

I don't think it's silly to be excited about a food processor. It's a tool and new tools are always fun.

You should have seen me the year I got a Kitchen Aid mixer. Might've been a b-day present, but I can't remember now. Too old, I guess!

Happy 36!

Missy said...

Thanks! The Kitchen Aid mixer is just a little piece of heaven here on earth. I got mine from my grandmother. She bought one and hardly ever used it because she had a stroke not long after she got it and it has made standing for a long time in the kitchen hard for her. I was helping her pack up to move and she decided to give it to me! See it pays to help people move sometimes!