« Missing In Michigan | Main | Saturday Night At The Movies »



I really didn't give him very much.


He has those big brown eyes and he liked it.


Our realtor showed my two old maid aunts, whom I lovingly refer to as Lenny & Squiggy, over 94 houses. They still haven't found "the house".The realtor is Mary England. Mary never complains, just keeps sending those listings. I hate house hunting. Ever see the Monty Python house hunting cartoon skit?


How do I start a blog???
I am beginning to think that this could be a really good way for me to let off steam and just plain old bitch about life in general!


Bennie is awfully cute, isn't he?


Is there any such thing as "nice wallpaper"? Stripping it off isn't so fun either. :)


Kohl's. Heh.


I have a house for sale in Brighton, not listed yet, still finishing the clean out and clean up but it is a nice house with a great lake view...

da chipster

BOOOOOOOOOOWHOOOOOOOOO!...... ok I was wrong when I thought I wouldnt miss anything of the office when I left. I MISS "STORY HOUR" sniff sniff.

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo

June 2008

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30          
Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 04/2004

Site Meter

What I'm Reading

  • Edward Ugel: Money For Nothing
    Subtitled, One Man's Journey Through The Dark Side Of Lottery Millions. (****)
  • Susan Braudy: This Crazy Thing Called Love
    The true story behind the Billy Woodward shooting, the case on which Dominick Dunne based his novel, The Two Mrs. Grenvilles. (*****)
  • Matt Birbeck: A Beautiful Child
    True story about the mysterious life and death of a young woman who's real identity still remains unclear. Excellent read. (****)
  • Richard Yates: Revolutionary Road
    A novel about the alienation arising from living in the "perfect" suburbs. Hailed as a great literary book. I thought it was okay, at best. (**)
  • Annie Proulx: Close Range, Wyoming Stories
    A collection of lyrical short stories from Annie Proulx that contains Brokeback Mountain among other gems. (****)
  • John Grisham: The Innocent Man
    I can only quote from the jacket blurb: "If you believe that in America you are innocent until proven guilty, this book will shock you. If you believe in the death penalty, this book will disturb you. If you believe the criminal justice system is fair, this book will infuriate you." A must read. (*****)
  • Nancy Caldwell Sorel: The Women Who Wrote The War
    Fascinating look at women journalists at the front during WWII. (****)
  • Jack Olsen: Charmer
    Riveting true crime by a master. (****)
  • Ann Rule: Too Late To Say Good Bye
    Excellent telling of the Bart Corbin cases. (****)
  • Michael Crichton: Airframe
    Ehhh. Better than the back of a cereal box, I guess. (**)