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Archive for August 1, 2008

The measure of a woman

Does anyone have a Zoup! in their neighborhood?  My husband finally got to eat at one in Cleveland and now he’s hooked.  He was amazed when I told him there was one in the next little burb over.  I think he wants to go tonight for dinner.  I’m taking my two co-workers out for lunch at Aladdins today.  We need the comradery.  Atmosphere is very very tense here at the office.

3

I just looked up on my screen and saw that number 3 typed there.  What do you think it means?  Is it symbolic?  I dunno.  Maybe I dropped my purse on the keyboard when the phone rang.  The phone rang once and then hung up.  I looked at my phone software and the caller ID says Christ.  That just can’t be good.

Is it stealing when you take the little notepads from hotels?  I really like them.  I think there may be a hierarchy that relates to the class of hotel and the number of sheets in notepad.  Sleep in had a notepad with odd feeling paper, almost like a magazine slick, and there are 10 sheets of paper.  Embassy Suites had two notepads with 20 sheets of paper each and a cardboard backer.

Oh!  That will be todays map.  Orlando, and the hotel I stayed in.

BRB!

Map image

There you go!  I wish they would date when the pictures were taken.  There is a copywrite of 2007 but I think that may not be the picture date.  I will have to investigate this further at a later date.

I must have been clenching my teeth pretty good in my sleep, and now all of my teeth feel loose.  Do you ever had those dreams where your teeth are loose, or fall out?  Supposed to mean something but I’ve forgotten what it is now.

Going to the racetrack tomorrow night with my husband, and will meet my sister and her guy friend and my niece. :)  Always a nice relaxing evening.  Hmmm, perhaps I should check the rules about under 18 at a track.  Probably no rule, right?

Map image

Racetrack!  I really don’t know why the maps amuse me so much, but they do!

Oh, Well here you go "

Admission is $2.00 for adults, $1.00 for guests 60 years and older & kids 12 & under are FREE. We are open for simulcast wagering 7 days a week from Noon til’ Midnight. We are closed in 2008 on Thanksgiving & Christmas. "

If 12 and under is free, they must be allowed in.

 

I was thinking about size and weights again.  When I was 21 I weighed 100 pounds and wore a size 6, sometimes an 8.  My daughter is about 107 and wears like a 4.  Did clothing sizes change that much, or is it just the way I’m built?  Maybe I wore really big clothes? I dunno.  I do know that I can wear an eight up to about 125 pounds.  Thanks a big margin!

Okay, off to do whatever I need to do!

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