1/30 – Start out strong

So, late in the game I've decided to try to spit out a post a day for 30 days.  I already know that this will be difficult considering that there's a lot of stuff going on this month.  But, hey, what the hell, it's worth a shot.

A couple of things for me:

  • 5 days till surgery
  • 35 days till Cirque du Soleil
  • 38 days till my birthday
  • 43 days till the Associates degree
  • 70 days till vacation

Today, I talked to Kiddo about going to the gyno.  She is NOT excited.  Granted, she should be safe for a few more years, but yeah, she dosen't want to go.  Ever.  Am I wrong in explaining the difference between a pap, a colposcopy and cryosurgery?  Maybe.

Mmmm, today I had the Buffalo chicken sandwich from Wendy's.  Lovey says it was really spicy, but he didn't have the blue cheese sauce on his.  Mine wasn't spicy at all.  Sadness.  I like spicy though.  A lot.

Earlier today (or last night), I made a promise to some dead relatives about action I would take if they pulled out all the winning lotto balls for me.  Tomorrow morning I'll know what needs to be done.

Ah, and most importantly for today.  At 8am, I woke up from an Ambien induced sleep, promptly got dressed and hopped on my bicycle.  I rode for approximately 20 minutes to the library where I stood in line for three, count em, THREE hours in order to cast my vote.  Thank goodness for early voting.  These are important times, my friends, and whether you agree with my choice of candidates (That One, the socialist, Marxist, communist, spread the wealth, illegal aunt hiding black guy) or not, I hope you realize the importance of making your voice heard.  EVERY VOTE COUNTS!!  So get out there and vote.  For Obama.  All the cool kids are doing it.  Well, you know, except for Stephen Baldwin who says that, you know, if there was a rally with a bunch of hip-hop people, since that's the demographic, ugh…I can't even repeat the rest of that.

Have a lovely November all.  See you tomorrow. 

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  • I have a feeling I'm glad I've missed the Baldwin quote. And I'm really thankful for all you early voters. I'm convinced that Tuesday is gonna be a breeze cause everyone will have voted already (not really – especially since the only early voting in LA county is about 15 miles from me). I've already warned coworkers that I may be late for a 2p meeting (though I should be able to gauge my time better – since the polling location is directly across the street from me).Forgot to tell you – the chandelier dancers at the beginning of cirque are really good. I loved their costumes… simple but romantic. Bring a camera for trying on masks/hats in the lobby!!

  • does she really need to go to the gyno already? gosh, it's so horrifying and traumatizing being a female sometimes.

  • Good luck with the vote on Tuesday and thanks for the heads up! I may just do it with my phone, but maybe I'll try to sneak my camera in..in my new cleavage! LOL đŸ™‚

  • Fortunately for her, he said that he doesn't really need to see her either until she turns 18 or when she starts fooling around. And that second one better not be before she's 18!!
    Isn't it though?

  • You can use your camera in the lobby, trying stuff on (SecretAgentScotch and I did so) – just not during the event itself. If you're only 5th row, the performers will be able to see if you take out any kind of camera – I wouldn't risk it.

  • You can openly use a camera in the lobby/shopping area (Secret Agent Scotch and I did so), just not during the event. If you're 5th row, the performers would easily see you take a pic. I wouldn't risk it!!

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