Friday, March 30, 2007


Sometimes I cry for no reason.
Sometimes I cry for good reasons.
Sometimes it's hormonal.
And other times, it's just sad.

I've cried watching commercials.
I've cried watching the Olympics.
I can't help but cry when someone else is crying.
And I cry for pure joy.

Sometimes it's hysterical.
Sometimes it's just silent tear drops.
Sometimes I laugh and cry at the same time.
And other times I've laughed so hard, I cry.

No matter what the reason or the cause,
I like to cry.
It feels good to cry.
It's a good release.

When was the last time you cried?

Before I go, let me leave you with a video of my favorite commercial of all time:
It makes me cry every time and I love it!

Publix Valentine's Day Commercial

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Ahhhh - So Smooth

Don't you love the feeling of clean, smooth, glowing, white teeth against your rubbery, wet tongue after a good, deep hard cleaning?

No, that was not intended to be sexually explicit! Although maybe it was a subconscious desire...hmmmm.

Before I go, let me leave you with this:
I'm going through the big D and don't mean Dallas.

The Divorce should be finalized soon. So girls, get ready for Nancy's Divorce Pole-Dancing Party! Holla if you're interested. Details to come after final divorce notification.

Monday, March 26, 2007

Miss Independent

I am comfortable single.
I am not miserable alone.
If anything, I seem to enjoy life now more than ever.

I have my home that is my own.
I am not sure I want to let anyone in.

I have my son, Mathew.
And I cherish our moments together, just the two of us.
I am not sure I want to make it three (just yet).

I am successful at work.
I have plenty of loving and giving friends.
I have brothers and family that care immensely.
I have a devoted and adoring dog, Harley.
Explain to me again why I need a man.

Maybe I'm just forgetting the comforts of being with someone.
Maybe I'm sabotaging any potential suitor.
Maybe I'm just rationalizing my overwhelming desire in being alone.
Maybe I'm just scared.
Maybe it's just a necessity.

No matter how good my single life is or can be I know I want someone in my life and overall I prefer not to be single. But truthfully, I'm in no rush, I don't feel the "need" at this moment, and I can honestly say I'm happy just the way things are...Mathew, Harley and me!

Before I go, let me leave you with this:
Boob job anyone?

After having huge breasts (B-C cup) during pregnancy and breastfeeding, I've developed a stronger sense of pride and confidence in my itty bitty titties (barely A). This does not discount my momentary lapses of insecurity. And now that someone I know is getting it done, there is this teensy weensy creeping idea. As temporary and fleeting as this idea might be, it's still there. I just can't help and think, wouldn't it be nice?

Then I realize that I am proud of me, all of me, inside and out. I suppose my self-confidence outweighs the teeny weensy insecurity of my itty bitty titties!

Plus, there's always Victoria's Secret!

Friday, March 23, 2007

Things that make you go hmmm...

• Why do we park in driveways and drive on parkways?
• Why do hot dogs come 10 to a package and hot dog buns only 8?
• If 7-11 is a 24 hours convenience store, why do they need locks on their front door?
• Why do they put Braille on the drive through bank machines?
• Why do banks charge you a "non-sufficient funds" fee on money they already know you don't have?
• Why does Hawaii have interstate highways?
• Why do women always open their mouth when they put on mascara?
• If a train station is where the train stops, what is a workstation?
• What hair color do they put on the driver's licenses of bald men
• Do Lipton employees take coffee breaks
• Why is there a light in the fridge and not in the freezer?
• Why is a person that handles your money called a 'Broker'?
• Why is it that people say they "slept like a baby" when babies wake up every two hours?
• If quizzes are quizzical, what are tests?
I know there are so many more...what else can you come up with?

Before I go, let me leave you by saying:
Have a great weekend!

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Funny Words

Funny Words or Phrases

Bum F*ck Egypt
Ho Hos
Jar Jar Binks
Tweedle-Dee & Tweedle Dum

Share your funny words with me...

Before I go, let me leave you with my new word (until my next one):

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Red Candy

What is it about red candy? It seems I'm attracted to the color red when it comes to candy and junk food. Strawberry, Cherry, and Rasberry anything is yummy and better than the rest.

Today I found a bowl of jelly beans in my friend's office. I immediately rifled through for the red jelly beans and only three were left. Apparently, I'm not the only one with a zest for red!

I love red skittles, red starbursts, red lifesavers, red twizzlers, red jelly bellies, red lollipops, red jolly ranchers, red dots, red pixy stix, red sweetarts, red jaw breakers, red licorice, red smarties, red slushies, red I missing any?

What is your favorite candy color?

Before I go, let me leave you with this:
Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first!

Monday, March 5, 2007

Harley - update

On Friday night, a Broward County Humane Officer placed a visit to my house. I was cited for animal biting and expired tags. The first ticket costs $512 and the other about $140. I can choose to pay the fines or take it to court. So I have a court date on May 4th and the judge will decide.

You see, Harley bit another dog in the neighborhood, which resulted in the dog's death. Before you judge my dog to be aggressive or vicious, here are the facts:

- Harley was outside on a tethered leash
- The leash is contained in my backyard
- The Chihuahua was not leashed. He was "at large" as the humane officer put it.
- The Chihuahua lives four houses down
- The owners of the Chihuahua were not even outside with their dog
- The Chihuahua visits my sliding glass door almost every night antagonizing Harley.
- My direct neighbor also owns a Chihuahua, which Harley plays with all the time.

No one saw what happened exactly or why it happened. I can guarantee you Harley does not attack unprovoked. He is however, an animal and will attack to defend and protect himself, his property, and his family. I feel confident (as does the Humane Officer) that the judge will dismiss this case and I will most likely only need to pay for the expired tags fine.

The saddest part of this situation is that my neighbors' negligence was the cause of the inhumane suffering of their own dog. Maybe one day they will take responsibility for their neglect instead of pointing blame and accusing my dog of being vicious. Either way, I'm at ease with the outcome. If pointing blame helps them cope with their loss, so be it. Maybe lessons have been learned. I know I will be taking extra precautions with Harley.

Before I go, let me leave you with this:
I have new neighbors at work. A section of our floor is now being occupied by another department. It will be nice to have new faces, new noises, and some friendly interaction. Let's hope we can coexist peacefully.


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