Friday, October 15, 2010

Friday Fragments

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Mommy's Idea

Vanilla Ice has a new reality show. I bet you'll never guess what channel it's on. Ready? The DIY Network! What do you mean, you don't believe me? See for yourself.

Would you still love me if I told you it was on my DVR?

Dunkin has a Caramel Apple Latte this year. It might be the best thing ever. Especially with a breakfast consisting of a mini cider donut and an apple fritter. We drove 45 minutes north to the apple farm rumored to have the best cider donuts and fritters. It felt a little funny because it was 90 degrees out and you should pick pumpkins when it's cold out, but the apple cider slushie I got made it all ok. I'm too embarrassed to tell you how much apple food we came home with.

I put together a draft marathon training schedule last night. I get butterflies in my tummy just thinking about the prospect of running a marathon.

I FINALLY got my hands on a copy of Parenting Beyond Belief. It came from Amazon Wednesday afternoon and I can hardly put it down. I wish I could just not work and stay home and read it all day. It's so nice to finally be able to sit back and read about parents and families who are like us, raising a child outside of the religious mainstream. I feel like I can breathe a sigh of relief. Expect more blog posts on my religions disbeliefs coming soon. I have a lot to talk about.

ALCS starts tonight! Yankees, don't fail me now! I love baseball, and I'd like my season to be extended through the World Series.

I desperately need to go clothes shopping. I was totally spoiled wearing jeans to work. I miss the lax dress code, but not the job. Now I need winter clothes of the non-hoodie variety. So who wants to shop for me?

ONE WEEK until vacation with sister and future-brother-in-law! Can't wait to get our colonial williamsburging on.

Office QOTW:

Michael (repeating the tagline he created for a movie that doesn't exist): He had no arms or legs, he couldn't see, hear or speak. This is how he led a nation.


  1. Ice, Ice Baby was on Fox & Friends earlier this week about his show. He's really funny, and doesn't take himself too seriously. Loved it. :)

    DD's apple fritters are one of the greatest things ever.

    I'd be really interested in your thoughts about that book. I've been struggling with this issue for a while now.

  2. Vanilla Ice is making a comebck! He's coming out with new music as well.

    The whole apple slushy, apple fritter, apple fod sounds really good.

    I can't wait to read more about your thoughts on the new book.

  3. I always liked that one Ice Ice Baby song. It has a nice beat.

    I wouldn't even consider a marathon. Casual running is enough for me.

    Phillies/Yankees rematch?

  4. I remember a Williamsburg visit from my ancient past. I wonder what it is like to be a character working there. You would not need to worry about your work outfit - just costumes.

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  6. I'd like to see the Phillies win, definitely NOT the Yankees!

  7. I LOVE Williamsburg. I went years ago as a child and would love to take the kids in a few years when they are a bit older... There will be so much to see and learn!

    I'm jealous a little, of all the folks who get out and order all the fancy coffee drinks. I go through DD drive thru once a week and pick up 2 lbs. of Dunkin' Regular.

    WOW! Vanilla Ice huh? "To the extreme I rock the mic like a vandal, Light up the stage and wax a chump like a candle!"
    It's been a loooong time, but I remember a few things here and there!

    Have a good one!

  8. 1. WHY oh WHY did you have to fill my head with visions of apple fritters?!
    2. I want to shop for you.
    3. I PROMISE to go through my closet, this weekend (if I make it that far).

  9. Did you go to Irons? They do have the best fritters ever. 2nd place goes to Der Dutchman in Waynesville.

  10. That quote is hilarious.

    I miss the days of picking apples. Maybe next year...



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