Tuesday, April 13, 2010

An Iddy Biddy Catch Up

*I've been blah blah sick for about a week. It started when the pollen rolled in as a scratchy throat and turned in to congested achy misery. Spent the beautiful weekend with the shades drawn surrounded by Kleenex, chloraseptic spray, Nyquil and hot tea. Still sickly and waking up with red eyes, but thankfully on the mend.

*Had an interview with Education Corporation of America (they own Virginia College and Culinard) as a media buyer or media assistant. Went well, and interview #2 is scheduled for Wednesday. Fingers crossed, people.

*Rescue Me is so freakin awesome. I'm about mid-season 3 now. Seriously, go watch it. There's no excuse not to. Stop reading. Go watch.

*Finally found my go-to Chinese takeout place. Awesome Mongolian beef and cr
ab rangoon and about 90 seconds away from my house; everything a girl could ask for.

*Dixie Carter died. Seriously sad. I love Julia Sugarbaker. Am not a fan of losing Designing Women and Golden Girls.

And that, Marjorie, just so you know, and your children will someday know, is the night the lights went out in Geor-gia!

*On a happier note, Glee is back tonight!! All hail show choir. I've missed you. Winner! Hopefully all will be right with the world and I'll get to watch the glorious return with some of my favorite ladies :)

*Lovely Lacey gave me a Metropolitan Museum of Art calendar for Christmas and I love having it at my desk, but today...Oh today. I've got this staring at me. Literally. It's staring at me and it's starting to creep me out.
Seriously. The eyes follow you. As if it's preparing to attack.

Ok, think that covers all of the imperative info on my life...Off to chug orange juice and crunch on cough drops. Happy Tuesday, everybody!


Lacey said...

I'm sorry you're sick!! I HATE pollen.


And I'm sorry that creepy picture is in your calendar for today!! hahaha It's eyes do follow you!

Brooke said...

I was on the phone with my mom today and when she mentioned that Dixie Carter died, I quoted the aforementioned line from Designing Women then had to try to explain the whole scene to her. I should have pointed her here! Sad indeed.

Ahh . . . Glee. The only show I actually bother to watch the same night it comes on. Next week -- looks like there may be a performance of "Like a Prayer" replete with full choir. It's exhilarating, really.