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January 4th, 2008

It’s 12:30 a.m., Friday morning, and yesterday (Thursday) was not that much fun. Lord, how I longed for it to be a fun day, but it was just work work and no fun for you, Wacky Mommy, you reckless slut. Hope you enjoyed your free time while it lasted, girl, cuz it’s gone.

So don’t expect anything from me today, peoples. Go read the archives and find some recipes or something. Or you could leave me a note. I like notes.




  1. nan says

    Ick. I start work on Monday. Hush, I am in denial.

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  2. MommyTime says

    Here’s a note just for you. :-) If I hadn’t spent so much time last night reading your archives (I just found this blog a few days ago), I would do more of it now — but I actually have to do some work today myself. Still, it might make you smile to know that you made someone else’s evening so so much happier last night. I had to add you to my blog roll right away. Hope today is better!

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  3. Laura says

    I hope your today is better than yesterday. I’m swimming in the swamp of “when will these people go back to school/work” too.

    Breathing helps. Remember to breathe.

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  4. melissa lion says

    Note. I have cold. And no matter how many mornings I wake expecting it, I NEVER find a personal chef making my breakfast. WTF?

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  5. edj says

    Hi. I have a stinky nasty cold. My face hurts. It’s the last day of vacation and I have to cook a fancy dinner tonight. And it seems like years since I’ve seen you. Work? What is this work?

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  6. Michelle at Scribbit says

    well here’s hoping the weekend brings some R&R!

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  7. Lelo says

    Hi! Your vegetable soup in the crockpot exploration inspired me this past week. I chopped like a banshee a yam, sweet potato, carrots, celery, mushrooms, onion, garlic, rosemary, sage and threw in a can of diced tomatoes and a carton of chicken stock. Cooked it on high for 6 hours and it was super delicious. See what you inspired?

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