I know you know just what you like

This is Some­thing Else by Dia­mond Rings. Thanks Dooce for the intro­duc­tion. Lyrics

The Whole Village was cheering

There is a great story about a nat­ural labor over at Dooce. In part 2 she is talk­ing about her assis­tant who just had a baby. She had a bunch of peo­ple in the labour room being com­pletetly silent between con­trac­tions and then jump­ing into action and cheer­ing and help­ing dur­ing the con­trac­tions. The cheer­ing more »

Four Christmas Album suggestions for YOU!

I love Christ­mas music and I’m hav­ing fun mak­ing Christ­mas mixes, but if YOU want to just buy some albums (or CD’s, if you haven’t tem­porar­ily gone back in time like I have,) then here are some great Christ­mas Albums. Just click on the links to go to Pan­dora and lis­ten to sam­ples of all more »

Yes, We Can. Get your Sunday Groove On!

This is a ver­sion of “Yes, We Can” by stu­dents at Lewis & Clark Col­lege in Port­land, Ore­gon who put on a con­cert called Barack­ap­pella. Dooce says that Barack Obama makes her want to be a bet­ter per­son. Me too! Not sure if there will ever again be an elec­tion like this one in my life­time, more »

Vintage Dooce

Sadly True… Think­ing Thurs­day, Jan­u­ary 17 2002 Do you hear that? Yeah, that’s my bio­log­i­cal clock, and it’s angry. FUNNY… :) Think­ing Tues­day, Jan­u­ary 22 2002 I wish I could CTRL-Z the gel I put in my hair Think­ing Wednes­day, Jan­u­ary 23 2002 It is cold today in LA. I want my money back. How to Annoy Me Thurs­day, Jan­u­ary 24 2002 more »

The Proper Way to Hate a Job

Sadly I can really relate to this bril­liant post by Heather Arm­strong about The Proper Way to Hate a Job which is why I’m a lit­tle afraid to get a job again. …After suc­cess­fully avoid­ing any work related to your actual job, sneak out the back entrance and head home an hour early. Roll down the more »

Ear ah Tahble

I had a great day. A good talk with a friend. Got lots done. Went to my Womyn’s group which I was really look­ing for­ward to, but while I was there, started feel­ing really IRR-A-TAble. I don’t know why. All I know is, I came home and looked at my netvibes page to take my mind more »