Yesterday I braved the ever-dreaded task of visiting the gym. I say visiting, because I, like many, fear the gym and its kind and feel like a visitor rather than a member.
Posted by Amy Bobeda at 7:10 PM
I have had two true addictions in life: weight loss and peanut butter (in that order).
A friend goes to the drugstore. (I'm settin' this up like a bad joke)
I wish Speed Date would stop suggesting men to me. Can it not see that I am otherwise unavailable and have no desire to meet Heythere47 or any of his skeevy bros? It is times like these I feel the technology of social networking has gone too far.
Every year I patiently wait for the one day of the year I don't have to think about what to wear. This morning I careless threw on whatever was lying around, and effortlessly managed to dress in 3 green garments before turning on the radio to be reminded that yet again, I have managed to effortlessly dress for the greenest day of the year.
I was just out an about (among the cyberbots that is) and ran across a great blog column about the economy. Granted, it isn't difficult considering every fifth entry is about our current suffering economy, which led me to wonder if businesses are really failing just because of the economy.
Posted by Amy Bobeda at 3:52 PM
Today I have been a repeat victim of The Hurry UP and Wait--THUW for short. The agony of stressful rushing, my nagging impulse to be on time to all destinations, and the world's laziness and causality has led to today's episodes of THUW. In attempts to console my poor THUW-sing situation, I have come up with a McGyver inspired list of THUW Activities.
Posted by Amy Bobeda at 7:06 PM
This afternoon I got in the car for my horrendous commute home, to learn that my favorite radio show was broadcasting its last show. For a moment, I wanted to burst into tears, throw my car over an embankment and sacrifice myself to ensure the continuation of the B Team radio show.
Posted by Amy Bobeda at 9:34 PM