Friday, September 25, 2009


Current Book: Still trying to finish the Twilight series, and I finished Mommywood by Tori Spelling last night.
Current Album: Taylor Swift, and of course Britney!

Current Shame-Inducing Guilty Pleasure: Crap ass reality TV, I can't get enough!

Current Drink: Diet Pepsi

Current Favorite Blog: Go visit Summer at Le Musings of Moi she is adorable, hilarious, and as fashion savvy as I wish I was!

Current Songs: Paparazzi-Lady Gaga

Current Wish-List: Fall wardrobe for myself and the kids, complete with a tweed button down coat for my daughter because is there really anything cuter on a little girl in the fall?

Current Needs: Definitely MORE sleep! Oh, and a pedicure!

Current Triumph: I have not made any snotty comments to rude customers this week! Yay me!

Current Favorite Film: New Moon. What's that you say? It's not even out until November 20th? Ya, I know...but it's going to be amazing, and I can't stop watching the trailers for it over and over.

Current Celebrity Crush: I am lovin' Neil Patrick Harris this week, super cute, super funny, and the guy can sing and dance!

Current Indulgence: Oatmeal cookies! Must be because fall is in the air!

Current Outfit: Because of my current indulgence above, I don't have a current outfit that I love. Screw you saturated fat!

Current Bane of My Existence: My 3 year old who can't seem to sleep through the night!!!

Current Excitement: Disneyland tomorrow! Oh ya!

Current Mood: Bored

Current Picture:

Aren't they adorable? I LOVE them so!

This fun "Current" activity was introduced to me by Hot Pants over at Handbags and Handguns!

It's Britney Bitch!

This is one of my best friends Kyle. He is also referred to around here as my "gay husband." Three months ago Ky called and told me that on Sept. 23rd he was taking me out for a surprise date. Well Wednesday night he took me on the best date ever!!
He didn't tell me where we were going, just picked me up and we drove into L.A. We ate dinner at Fleming's Steakhouse, which btw was SO good. The he told me we had an hour to kill so we walked around downtown near the fashion district and through L.A. Live.
The Staple's Center is in downtown L.A. and that is where Micheal Jackson's public memorial was held. There were about 8 of these HUGE M.J. banners that fans had signed. It was really interesting to see all the things people had written.

Ky with M.J.

Just being silly

Kisses, kisses

At one point we were sick of walking around and we sat on a bench. While we were talking 3 guys approached us and said they would pay us $5 each to listen to a theme song, and try to guess which commercial it was from. Well, those of you who know me know that I can NOT turn down a TV challenge! They played the song and we recognized it from the old Toyota commercials (Makin' it easy...easy on you!). We guessed right, answered correctly and were given $5! We were happy about that!

Kyle took me to see BRITNEY SPEARS!!!!!
I was SO excited!
I love Britney and had tried to get tickets to her Circus tour the first time she was in L.A. but they sold out too fast and I couldn't go.
Here we are going into the Staples Center to see Ms. Spears in concert!

The stage from our seats.

Jordin Sparks from American Idol opened for Britney. In my opinion she was ok. I'm not really a fan of her music but it was neat to see somebody perform whom I had seen on American Idol. The stage was so pretty and the lights kept changing colors.

From red to blue...

Since Britney's tour is called The Circus, before she came out to perform we were entertained by numerous different types of classic circus acts. There were jugglers, trampoline acts, hula-hoop girls, fire breathers, and these three who were pretty amazing.

One of my other favorite celebrities, Perez Hilton,
opened the show with a funny, taped, monologue. He represented the media and their desire to follow Britney's every move. It was pretty funny, especially at the end of the video when Britney kills him, LOL. It was her way of giving the media the finger.
Holy shit, there she is!!

The show was amazing! Britney looked and sounded great. Every seat in the Staple's Center was full and there was a ton of general admission people standing around also. The energy was amazing and because it's Britney everybody there seemed to know every word to every song. We had SO much fun, we were sad when it ended.
It was definitely a good show and a GREAT date! My real hubbs wouldn't be caught dead at a Britney concert. So I was very happy to be surprised by Kyle.
Thanks for a great night! Love ya bitch (;

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Just Stuff

Landon started his morning off by standing in the backyard in his pajamas singing Happy Birthday at the top of his lungs. I hope the neighbors slept through it. If not, maybe they will think we have a birthday today and will bring gifts. I like gifts.
The weather is quickly changing, and I can see hints of fall. The leaves are starting to fall off the trees, the air is cooler and crisp, and the days just get shorter and shorter. Maybe fall is not near at all. Maybe the days just get shorter and shorter because I am losing my mind with 2 toddlers?
Khloe Kardashian why oh WHY must you marry your NBA boyfriend, whom you have been dating barely a month?? That's not nearly anough time to get to know somebody. Atleast date him for a full 6 months, like I did my husband.
--------------- After a full week of dog-sitting for my parents while the assholes vacationed in Hawaii I have decided that our family is definitely not ready for a dog! Not only are we not ready for a dog, but we are not ready for a cat, hamster, or even a goldfish. Their two dogs barked (LOUDLY) at every noise the kids made. The kids would not leave the dogs alone and chased them around all day, every day. The dogs aren't used to having kids around, the kids aren't used to having dogs around, and I'm not used to being a referee between dogs and kids. I am more than happy to have helped my parents out by dog sitting, they do SO much for us. 2 dogs + 2 kids = a lot of work. Thankfully they are back from Hawaii and I am back home to ,relative, peace and quiet. Only 364 days until your Hawaii 2010 trip right guys? Love You!
Have I mentioned that one of the only things that hubby and I argue about are the expiration dates on food? I throw everything away if it is not consumed by 12:01am on the date printed for expiration on the packaging. He claims that retailers use expiration dates as a "way to get us to buy more of their products." Whatever. I think my phobia of old products started when I was a teenager. I was about 15 or 16, if I remember correctly, I made a turkey sandwich, grabbed some Cheetos and a Dr. Pepper and sat down to watch Saved by the Bell. I literally looked down at the sandwich as I picked up the last bite and there was mold all over it! OH.MY.GOSH. I had just ate moldy bread! I freaked out, almost puked right there on the couch, and ran to the pantry. The loaf of bread had mold all over it, how I missed that while making my sandwich I don't know. It was a rarity to see anything moldy or expired in our house growing up. With 3 growing teenagers, one of whom was a boy with and endless appetite, there was rarely anything that ran its cycle and had time to expire. Ever since that day I check each piece of bread carefully and do not eat anything that has expired or is close to expiring. Husband thinks I am crazy and has gotten angry more than a few times when I toss out the yogurt or sour cream that expired only the day before. Little does he know I am most likely saving him from certain death!
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If not, check them out immediately.
They are FREAKIN' hilarious!
You're welcome!
People of Wal-Mart -Actual pictures that readers send in from Wal-Mart stores all over the country. Pretty darn funny.
Lamebook -Actual Facebook postings that people see and send in. This website can sometimes be foul or vulgar, so consider yourself warned.
STFU Marrieds -Married people on Facebook and all their annoying status updates.
STFU Parents -Same website only with the annoying status updates of parents.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Melt my heart

Sno Cone, n.
A confection made of crushed ice and flavored syrup inserted into a paper cone and mounded on top.

Is there any better

way to end
a great summer

than by having

Sno Cones on

a HOT day

with your cousins

in the park?


Friday, September 18, 2009

A fun day of park play