January 26th, 2003

moosebeach

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This was kind of a lazy weekend for me, because the leg was still a little achy. genevra came over Friday afternoon with Cinnabon's, a teddy bear, and my Waldenbooks paychecks after reading about my injury.


I got a "I wanna die" headache just before picking hellbob up at the bus stop, so I immediately crawled into bed. This was about 5pm or so, and I didn't come back to life until 11:00. But the headache was gone.


Saturday, HB went to a motorcycle show and I just lazed around the house.


Then our friend Art came over with his daughter Zillia to work on his computer. Zillia is about a year old & she is at a stage where she must be with mom and/or dad at all times. When Art had to get stuff from the car she screamed. When Art had to go to the bathroom, she screamed. When Art set her on the floor, she screamed. Cute kid, but LOUD!


Sunday we went to Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. It was good. We liked it. Mark went with us also, then after the movie he & HB proceeded to take over my computer so they could both kill the Nazi's and such in Battlefield 1942. They died.


Eventually we were far enough into taping the Super Bowl to fast forward our Tivo past the football parts to the commercials. Nothing incredibly outstanding this year, although the Budwiser one with the zebra was good.
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The funniest book I've read in a while...

"NEVER let a clown out of your sight! It always has to stay in your field of vision! Don't turn your back to it!"

The Idiot Girl's Action-Adventure Club, by Laurie Notaro.
True Tales from a Magnificent and Clumsy Life.

This book is a collection of newspaper columns written for the Arizona Republic by Laurie Notaro. There were several times I had to be careful not to giggle too loudly, so as not to disturb a sleeping hellbob. My absolute favorite chapter was Make Me Laugh, Clown, which I just happened to find out on the net as an excerpt from the book!

Go read it...




Now...



You will laugh...





Because it's true...




Clowns are evil.
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