Friday, October 30, 2009

Happy Halloween!


Happy Halloween Weekend Friends!
Have a fantastically spooky and safe time! ;)

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Natural Guilt-Free Halloween Candy... Ok, Ok...Less Guilt.

{Halloween Swirl Lollipop $2.29}

You can find a ton more organic, vegan, gluten-free, allergen-free, and/or corn syrup-free candy at the Natural Candy Store!

Hope you are having a fantastic day! ;)

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Fill In The Blank...

If your life was a movie, what genre would it be?
{action, adventure, comedy, drama, romance, family,suspense..a lit' bit of everything ;) }

Monday, October 26, 2009

Word Association...

Word Association...


...the first word(s) that comes to your mind, that you associate with jealousy is

Friday, October 23, 2009

Happy Friday!


Happy Friday Friends! I hope you have an amazing weekend!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Fill In The Blank...

If you could created a new, observed holiday, what holiday would you make {name/date} ?


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Unique Urinals

On a scale of 1-10, my maturity level, as you can clearly see, is somewhere along the lines of a high 1 today. Ok, ok, more like negative 1. Thank you google image search for providing the entertainment ;)

Happy Wednesday Friends! I hope you have a great one!

Monday, October 19, 2009

One Love

One Love
Click Picture To Enlarge ;)
{images from google search}

Friday, October 16, 2009

Happy Friday!

I just want to say...



I hope YOU have a great weekend!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Fill In The Blank...

Fill in the blank...

"One thing I believe, in 100% is _______________________"

Monday, October 12, 2009

Parking Within The Lines

When we lived in New Jersey for a few years, I was exposed to the true definition of road rage:

Honking {the sitting on horn 10 minutes type honking}, flashing {and holding} the finger, along with cursing, without taking a breath, while rolling down the window {in below 0 degree weather}, proceeding to stick the whole upper body out of the window for full effect.

Luckily, I was able to avoid ever being the focal point of these shenanigans. It does make for some awkward moments, watching someone get ripped to shreds for not taking off a tenth of a second before the light turns green, as opposed to after.

But, how about parking rage?

{images from google search}

The parking jobs that take up two spots and park at an angle enclosing me, make me want to snap a picture of their so called parking job, take a full page out in the Sunday Paper, and plaster their 'work' in full color. Nine times out of 10, I am with my little ones. Jelly Belly, at 7 months of age is just not able to ride the front, top down, with her baby mohawk flying in the wind. No. She has to go in the backseat, in a carseat.

A carseat requires that a car door, be able to open to its fullest capacity, in order to fit in. When I find myself maneuvering Jelly Belly from the front, choreographing our two selves to the back, by jumping, twisting, and wishing I had Cirque Du Soleil moves, and then finally clicking her seat into place, after having worked up a sweat, equivalent to a spinning class- because someone decided to create their own imaginary parking lines...well, that simply is just unacceptable.

Happy Monday my Friends, Happy Monday! ;)

{Thank you so much for your well wishes on Friday. Everything went fine, much easier then I expected! Minus, the horrendous headache that is lingering...which could be accounting for my slight anger at poor parking jobs ;) I hope you had a great weekend!}

Friday, October 9, 2009

Words Of Wisdom Teeth

Although not quite the milestone of 18 or 21, turning 25 has some highlights worth looking forward to. Most likely you won't build your next egg with the decreased price of car insurance, but turning 25 will lower your payments, and you'll be able to rent a car without the 'under age' fees. Take that unnecessary, overpriced underage fees! Twenty five is also the boiling point where your dentist will generally, move from advising and urging, to threatening- to have your wisdom teeth removed. The tactic generally includes strategically placed words such as: impacted, infection, damage, bone, cyst, etc.

Well, 25 came and went, and I held on to my wisdom teeth for dear life, like they were some sort of prized possession increasing in value with each passing day. Unfortunately the only thing increasing, is probably my final bill for the extractions I am finally succumbing to today.

I've never been fearful of the dentist, and I have an absurdly high tolerance for pain. However, in the last 3 days I've turned into a big irrational wuss. On the bright side, if there is one, I happen to only have 2 wisdom teeth, making this process, half as annoying as it potentially could have been.

I wish you all a far more pleasant Friday and weekend, then clearly mine will be ;)

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Word Association

Word Association...

...the first word(s) that comes to your mind, that you associate with beauty is

{image from here}

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

"Artificial Virginity Hymen Kit"

The Gigimo Artificial Virginity Hymen kit, is described, in not so fluent English:

"No more worry about losing your virginity. With this product, you can have your first night back anytime. Insert this artificial hymen into your vagina carefully. It will expand a little and make you feel tight. When your lover penetrate, it will ooze out a liquid that look like blood not too much but just the right amount. Add in a few moans and groans, you will pass through undetectable. Its easy to use, clinically proven non-toxic to human and has no side effects, no pain to use and no allergic reaction." $29.90

In Egypt, the kit has been opposed. Some lawmakers have called for an immediate ban, saying it "would make it easier for women to give in to temptation." { to read more, click here.}

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Smart Thingz: Toes and Soles

"The SmartSole™ negative heel insole will increase your circulation, help diminish spider veins and varicose veins, and work to get rid of cellulite."

• Tones Muscles
• Increases Circulation
• Improves Posture
• Lower Back Pain
• Strengthens Joints
• Diminishes Spider Veins
• Helps with Varicose Veins Treatment
• Helps Get Rid of Cellulite
• Feels Great

"Cellulite is an equal opportunity villain afflicting normal size moms and waif-like celery-eating models. You can forgo pizza and slather expensive creams all over your body; your cellulite does not care! The best method for reducing cellulite is increasing circulation to the area."

in small, medium, and large $29.99

"SmartToes™ breakthrough design with an extended base, will help alleviate foot pain, hammer toe, big toe pain and promote overall fitness and wellness. By simply wearing your SmartToes™, you are stretching your feet and toes and increasing your flexibility. Unlike conventional toe stretchers, SmartToes™ are designed to provide you with the freedom of movement."

• Relieves Ball Foot Pain
• Relieves Big Toe Pain
• Tones and Strengthens Muscles
• Stretches Achilles Tendon
• Improves Posture
• Helps Reduce Cellulite
• Strengthens Joints
• Great for Tired Feet and Yoga Toes

{all language from}

Monday, October 5, 2009

"Big Wobbly Tiger Bellies"

Hello there Friends! I hope you had a fabulous weekend!

Enjoy your Monday {as much as you can!}

Friday, October 2, 2009

Finding Your Calling

Hello dear Friends! Happy Friday. I hope you had an enjoyable week. I wish you all a happy and safe weekend.

Psychologist Abraham Maslow wrote, "the most beautiful fate, the most wonderful good fortune that can happen to any human being, is to be paid for doing that which he passionately loves to do." Yet, it is not always easy to self discover what 'work' might generate this "good fortune."

Amy Wrzesniewski, describes that people experience their work in 1 of 3 ways: as a job, as a career, or as a calling.
  • A job is a chore, focus is on finances rather then satisfaction.
  • A career is motivated by money, advancement,and prestige, striving for the next promotion.
  • A calling is being passionate about what you do. The paycheck is important, but you see your work as a privilege; deriving personal fulfillment from it.
How we see our work relates to our well being and happiness. It takes a conscious effort to find our calling. Sometimes we are cheered on to pursue things we do well- which may or may not be, what we want to do. A calling, is generally a blend of things we find meaning and pleasure in, as well as our strengths. Ask yourself, do you see your work as a job, career, or a calling?