Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Whew! Sorry, but I've been so busy!

I know, I know. I hate that old line, too. But it's true in my case. I'm not just making it up to hold the hundreds (ok, ONE) of daily stalkerish emails I get asking "Where are you? Are you okaaaaay??"

I'm here. I'm ok! Rest your souls, I'm still alive.

Alive and IN LOVE with Wednesday nights!! The drama club geek in me is So! Ecstatic! at the Wednesday night line-up on Fox. First, the next season of So You Think You Can Dance. (I love that this season was up and running before last season's winner had even completed her final winning spin.) Then, before your butt gets a chance to vacate the couch, Glee flickers onto the screen, bringing the singing along with the dancing!! For a lover of all musical films and productions, I am In. Heaven. This show is brilliant! Now I need you all to go set your dvr's to record it and fall in love with it, too, because I am NOT having another favorite show dying off the way that The 4400 and Pushing Daisies did. That Will. NOT. Happen.

I'll wait while you set your tv...

Moving along.

(Dude. I totally know that you didn't set it. Could you please, please, PLEASE go and do this one teensy thing for me?!? COME ON.)

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This next section is bad. This is reallllly bad...

Patrick has claimed that Corinne is officially his favorite child; between the fact that she is our only child to love White Castle like Daddy does (gag!) and that this music is (apparently) her favorite band, she has sealed a spot in her father's heart For. Ever.

Is it wrong to let her listen to this if she doesn't understand the lyrics? (I swear, we cough over the obviously inappropriate words...)

Don't google the lyrics if you don't know Tool's songs. Trust me on this. You'll only sully your opinion of me as a mom...

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Kinda bummed that we can't attend the Disney on Ice show that is in Chicago this week. I was contacted just a touch too late to arrange the parking fee and person to attend with us. But you all can benefit from this code for a discounted rate. You can get a 4-pack of tickets for only $44 if you log onto www.ticketmaster.com and use the code MOM. I sure hope some of you get to go because my family has ALWAYS loved the Disney on Ice shows. Maybe we'll get there the next time they come to town...

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My homeschool blog will tell you more about our educational adventures and I have a new item up for a giveaway on my review blog, so please be a dear, and head on over?

Thanks bunches, you're a real sweetie, muwah.

p.s. Isn't that date just neato? 09/09/09... I wonder how many women asked to be induced or to have cesareans today?

16 comments:

OHmommy said...

I'm still bitter about Pushing Daisies ending. I'm loving GLEE as well.

CaraBee said...

Okay, I was going to say EXACTLY what OHmommy did. Darn her for getting up so early.

LceeL said...

I hate it when shows I like just disappear. for a while there we were afraid for 'Fringe' - thank heaven they got smart.

Bunchy said...

Just read this today, so too late for me to dvr Glee...I thought about checking it out, but then I realized I don't actually need to fall in love with another show. My dvr is busy enough as it is.

Oh, and my six year old loves to dance to Flo Rida. So we do a lot of coughing over lyrics at this house too.

mep said...

I already DVRd Glee, but I haven't watched yet. I'm excited about it!

My three year-old loves to dance to Boom Boom Pow by the Black-Eyed Peas. We didn't pay much attention to the lyrics until he said, "We no say 'sh-t.' 'Sh-t'is a bad word." Glad he knew that!

sheila said...

How funny.
I hope Glee was good, we taped it. (we watch that goofy wipeout show, ughhh)

Stephanie said...

I am on pins and needles for The Office, Biggest Loser, and House. I'm not sure my heart can take falling in love with any more of the fall lineup, but I'm willing to give it a go.

KimiSutra said...

I was lucky enough to see Glee last week on hulu.com. It was fantastic and even though I don't watch much tv this is one show I will be keeping up with.

E... said...

Also loving Glee, looking forward to watching last night's episode in about two minutes. Hoping the review I read that said it was getting a little harsher isn't really true. I can't TELL you how many shows I've been left hanging with when they've been abruptly cancelled. Pushing Daisies, Journeyman, The Nine, Traveler: aack!

Debbie said...

I am pretty impressed with Glee. Enjoyed it last night, and will probably be adding it to my PVR programming. (Like I needed another show to record!)

Nap Warden said...

GLEE is the best!

Don Mills Diva said...

Refusing to watch Glee - I do not NEED a show I end up having to watch - Amazing Race fills that void quite nicely thanks.

We do not have White Castle in Canada, though we did film the movie about it here...go figure!

the mama bird diaries said...

I've got to check out this Glee.

I'm still mourning Lipstick Jungle.

WhisperingWriter said...

Watching Glee makes me wish I could sing.

As it is, I cannot. I make people cover their ears and ask me to please stop. Oh well.

SPEAKING FROM THE CRIB said...

loving GLEE too. i'm w/ steph about THE OFFICE. my fav.

ps i love tool as well. well, i used to back when i was young, hip, and cool. visiting from another online mommy

Christina said...

Loving Glee here, too.

(And I think many of us have been in a lack of posting mood lately, either intentionally or unintentionally. It's OK - I'm sure we'll all be back to regular posting soon.)

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