Hey, check it out, it’s Saturday.
What I’ve been up to (in no particular order):
1) Badgered Amazon.com into refunding the shipping for Sweet Valley Confidential (yes! It’s the Sweet Valley Twins, all grown up. The book itself is medium awful but I’m loving it. Team Elizabeth!)
(ugh, just said Team Elizabeth…loser!)
2) Fooling around on Twitter. Not Tweeting anything myself, just adding hordes of Twitter feeds. Trying to get the Twitter feeds for all of the people from The State but it appears that not all of them are on Twitter. WTF? Anyway, I’m finding Twitter to be genuinely hilarious.
3) Leaving work on time-ish. I think it was Thursday that I left at 6:03. You all have no idea how huge that is. It was daylight! I was so happy that I picked Gene up and we went out for chocolate covered Rice Krispie Treats and other yummy stuff across the street.
4) Doggie Drama: Remember the psycho Jack Russell Terrier we housed for a night? We named him Charlie because he acted like a crackhead and would hump anything possible? And then we called Cheesecake Animal Services, who discovered he was microchipped so he was returned to his owner?
Charlie was in my front yard one morning this week. We called Cheesecake Animal Services, who called the owner, who told Animal Services “I know who keeps calling, he lives behind me”. I was so freaked out that I made Gene leave the dogs inside all day. Gene thinks that Charlie’s Asshole Owner thinks that someone else has called Animal Services and I hope he’s right.
(Not to go all White Trash LaineyD, but I hope that if Charlie’s Asshole Owner considers doing anything wrong to MY dogs he first notices the NRA sticker on our front door because I will hurt anyone who hurts my dogs. And I don’t mean I’ll shout “Gene! Shoot the man with the antifreeze and hot dogs in his hands!”; I mean that I will get the gun, I will shoot the gun and Charlie’s Asshole Owner had better hope I take long enough to remember how to take the safety off so he can scamper back to his house).
(Sorry, my infertility’s been acting up this week).
All is well, hope all is well with you.