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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Seriously? Or seriously....

Have you ever noticed how many times a day you say "seriously"? Ok, maybe it's just me. Seriously? Is it? I don't think so. Take right now for example...I just pulled up my blog knowing it had been a looooong time since I last updated and realized it had been almost two months. Seriously?!!! Has it really been two months? I seriously said that outloud (ops, that one slipped out). Here's another example: I had to drive all the freaking way out to Darboy today, it's like going to another country or something, and on the way back I noticed something weird going on in the car in front of me. We're on an interstate going like 68 mph and this lady has her cat walking all over her back, from shoulder to shoulder. The lady could not keep her eyes on the road, there's no way! Seriously? You have your cat in the car? First off, cats don't like to dangle their heads out the window like a dog...they're cats! Secondly, what if the cat had to use the facilities? Cats can't be let out of the car to lift it's leg behind a tree. Seriously lady, if you want to ride around town with your animal in the car get a dog, it would be much safer for both you and me...seriously!

See what I mean? Both instances the use of the word seriously are totally appropriate.

I had some revelations today, wanna know what they were? I'm glad my husband shaved his mustache. My ex-husband once said he looked like a 70's porn star with that mustache. I had a hard time looking at it after that comment. So glad it's gone. I also realized that I am going out of town this weekend to see one of my best friends in the whole, wide, world and my laundry isn't done, the house is a mess and I have a full day planned tomorrow. Every time we have a road trip I swear that I will not leave everything until the last minute. Guess what? I've left everything to the last minute. Seriously!? Op, there it is again!!!

I'm so glad Spring is right around the corner. I'm tired of the cold and the snow and the yuck. However, driving past the closed snowmobile trails has made me a little bit sad. Seriously.