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tired of being poked and prodded

Wednesday, May 16th, 2007

I’ve had blood work done. I’ve had a gall bladder ultrasound. I’ve had an Upper GI done. Now I have an endoscopy scheduled tomorrow at some horridly early hour. They must fix this soon because I am at my limit.

give the girl a break

Tuesday, February 20th, 2007

This might not be a popular opinion, but I’ve just got to get this off my chest. First know this…I am not a Britney Spears fan, but I do have one of her songs as a ring tone for my sons school…Oops, I Did It Again. It seems apropos.
On to my rant that no one will listen to…let the girl be. Yes, she asks for some of the slams and snide remarks, but I can not imagine living my life in a fishbowl the way she does.
She has been under a lot of stress and being a single mom myself without mannies or nannies I’ve been tempted to go a little wild too. And if I did I’d like to suffer the consequences without every little action being dissected in the evening news.
So freaking what if she wanted to shave her head. She isn’t hurting anyone. The only one she is hurting in all this wildness is herself. Her kids seem to be better cared for right now than a lot of children.
She needs time to heal and American society isn’t going to let her by hounding her every little step. If I were Britney I’d probably be tempted to shave my head and flip off the camera too. Give her a break and give her some room to breathe!
/rant

to betray

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

just in case you don’t have a good grasp of the English language and need a refresher course….
Main Entry: be·tray
Pronunciation: bi-‘trA
Function: verb
Etymology: Middle English, from be- + trayen to betray, from Old French traïr, from Latin tradere — more at TRAITOR
transitive senses
1 : to lead astray; especially : SEDUCE
2 : to deliver to an enemy by treachery
3 : to fail or desert especially in time of need
4 a : to reveal unintentionally b : SHOW, INDICATE c : to disclose in violation of confidence
intransitive senses : to prove false
It did not say that you were betrayed if you made some one own up to their responsibilities six months after they left them. Just sayin.