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Saturday, June 03, 2006
Last Weekend
I've been meaning to put these up. I need to do a Flickr upload but haven't taken the time to do so just yet. I actually sat still for a while and read in my hammock. I also jumped on the trampoline with Ian. It was fun until I landed on my previously injured shoulder. It's much better, but not up to a direct blow like that. I forget that I'm not the one who's 13 anymore!
My terrific hammock. I've always wanted one and now I have a place to hang one- between two huge trees in my backyard. Another reason why I love this house. My beloved Havaiana's flip-flops (or as they call them in Hawaii- thongs) I used to have to go all the way to Marshall Fields in Chicago to get them, but now I can find them in town.

My even more beloved son, in action on our trampoline.

My apple trees. I'm hoping to get enough this year to make applebutter.

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posted by Lisa at 6/03/2006 05:00:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 2 comments links to this post
The Mix Master
Ian loves ice cream- he's always loved it. He happens to adore Cold Stone Creamery because he can concoct his own original creations. Let's just say he's very creative. I don't care what he orders, as long as he eats it. On this particular vist, he came up with cotton candy ice cream with brownie, chocolate chip cookie dough and rainbow sprinkles mixed in. It sounds appalling to me, but he loved it and that is what really counts. He is forever looking at me over his glasses, which drives me a bit crazy. He just got his new glasses this weekend, tri-focals-- at age 13. Isn't that odd? He's trying to ignore me here, hoping I will put away my camera. The famous mix. He rated it best-ever. Ah, to be a kid again!
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posted by Lisa at 6/03/2006 04:48:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
Bumper Sticker
Your Bumper Sticker Should Be
What if the hokey pokey really is what it's all about?
What Bumper Sticker Should Be On Your Car?
 
posted by Lisa at 6/03/2006 04:37:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Ice Cream
You Are Coffee Ice Cream
Energetic and lively, you are always on the go. You're doing a million things at once and doing them well. You tend to motivate others and raise spirits. You are most compatible with chocolate ice cream.
What Flavor Ice Cream Are You?
 
posted by Lisa at 6/03/2006 04:36:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
My Inner Californian
Orange County
You're rich, pretty, and living a charmed life. (Or you seriously wish you were.) From Disneyland to Laguna Beach, you're all about living the California dream life. Just make sure to marry rich - so you don't have to work for it!
Where Does Your Inner Californian Belong?
I lived in Orange County when I lived in California. My son was born right up the road from Laguna Beach in Laguna Hills. I have to say that I was not all that impressed with the beaches there, the water was way too cold. But then again, I was seriously spoiled after living in Hawaii!
 
posted by Lisa at 6/03/2006 04:31:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
5 Variable Love Test
Your Five Variable Love Profile
Propensity for Monogamy: Your propensity for monogamy is low. You see love as a gift that you should give to many. It's hard for you to imagine being with one person at at time... Let alone one person for the rest of your life! Experience Level: Your experience level is high. You've loved, lost, and loved again. You have had a wide range of love experiences. And when the real thing comes along, you know it! Dominance: Your dominance is medium. You tend to be the one with more power. You aren't a total control freak in relationships.. But of course you don't mind getting you way! Cynicism: Your cynicism is low. You are an eternal optimist when it comes to love and romance. No matter how many times you've been hurt - you're never bitter. You believe in one true love, your perfect soulmate. And if you haven't found true love yet, you know you will soon. Independence: Your independence is high. You don't need to be in love, and sometimes you don't even want love. Having your own life is very important for you... Even more important than having a relationship.
The Five Variable Love Test
 
posted by Lisa at 6/03/2006 04:29:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Photo Scavenger Hunt
This Week's Theme: Mirror Posted by Picasa
I took this of myself when my camera was brand new.
 
posted by Lisa at 6/03/2006 09:09:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 2 comments links to this post
Friday, June 02, 2006
SPF
Okay- this week Kristine over at Random and Odd has given us the following challenge: 1. Something ‘Sparkly’ 2. Something ‘Dull’ 3. Something ‘Colorful’ By Thursday night, I am really tired. So, I went with shooting at only one location to get my shots for this week. It was yucky and raining out anyhow, so outdoor shooting was out of the question. Also, I was too damn lazy to go get my tripod, so sorry for the blurriness, especially on the pencil shot. Let's just call it "artistic", not lazy, okay? Ladies and Gentlemen of SPF, I give you.... Items from my desk for my SPF this week. Sparkly- this is a tiny little slug-bug clock that sits on my desk.

Dull- This is most certainly a pencil that belongs to my son. He presses so hard when he writes and never sharpens them. If I'm using a pencil, it has to be razor-sharp.

Colorful- my ready-reference color-wheel covers all of the bases of color. I love playing with that thing, they've always fascinated me. I must be easily entertained!

My desk that these are sitting on is actually black, but my walls are deep red. I like the way the color reflected off the wall and on to the desktop.

So, did you play? Let me know and I'll come and visit yours (when I'm sprung from work!) Also, stop by and see our hostess with the mostest- Kristine and wish her a happy June!

 
posted by Lisa at 6/02/2006 01:30:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 16 comments links to this post
Thursday, June 01, 2006
Which Country?
No, I should be Luxembourg because they have the highest per capita wine consumption!
Luxembourg 19% Warlike, 40% Spartan Living, 61% Socialist

You were definitely meant to be born in in Luxemborg. You prefer to keep to your close-knit social group of relatives and friends, and enjoy working with those people for mutual gain. You like to live well, and although you are by no means aggressive or hostile, you have no problem taking advantage of those outside your circle for monetary gain.

This test tracked 3 variables. How the score compared to the other people's:
Higher than 10% on Warlike
Higher than 24% on Spartan Living
Higher than 47% on Socialist
Link: The Where You Should've Been Born Test written by icesaint on Ok Cupid
 
posted by Lisa at 6/01/2006 08:14:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
LGBT Families Day
This post is in honor of Blogging for LGBT Families Day. First and foremost, I am a mother. I also happen to be a lesbian. A lesbian who loves being a mom, and if I don't mind saying so myself, a damn fine mother.

Information About Same-Sex Parents

The Human Rights Campaign estimates that same-sex couples are raising children in at least 96% of all counties in the U. S. At least one out of three lesbian couples and one out of five gay male couples are raising children nationwide. There are also an additional number of LGBT parents whom we cannot accurately count. (See COLAGE for a discussion.) Many leading medical organizations, including the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Pediatrics have said parents’ sexual orientation is irrelevant to their ability to raise children. At the same time, in many states, same-sex couples cannot legally establish a joint relationship to children they are raising together. Furthermore, all same-sex parents and their children are denied the 1,138 federal protections of marriage. In most states (with the exception of those in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont) they are also denied hundreds of state marital benefits. This can impact children’s quality of life in many ways, including: A reduced chance of having family health insurance through an employer, or, at best, higher insurance costs than for the families of married heterosexual workers. Loss of Social Security benefits when one parent dies. Additional federal income tax for a same-sex family where one parent stays at home with the children. (Information from the Human Rights Campaign: The Cost of Marriage Inequality to Children and their Same-Sex Parents, April, 2004 and Professional Opinion.)

 
posted by Lisa at 6/01/2006 07:35:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
What Flavor?
Caffe Vanilla Frappuccino
Smooth and sweet, you fit in to almost any crowd. No one would suspect you of being a coffee tweaker!
What Flavor Frappuccino Are You?
Actually, I could go for one of those right now. Do you think they'd deliver to my office?
I'm smooth and sweet alright, but on the surface only! I do like the "no one would suspect" part.
 
posted by Lisa at 6/01/2006 01:46:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
HNT- Hammock Version
HNT_1 HNT has its own magazine now! Go tell "O" that you played! I need to stop editing my photos on my laptop- the color on that screen looks fine. Now that I see it on my desktop, my feet look all funky and splotchy. Oh well! It is supposed to be funny anyhow!

 
posted by Lisa at 6/01/2006 01:39:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 8 comments links to this post
BTT
Booking Through Thursday

Jeanne came across this list of previous years' best sellers, and thought it might be fun to base some of our questions on them.

  1. In 1956, these were the top ten best sellers for the year. Have you read any of them?
    1. Don't Go Near the Water, William Brinkley
    2. The Last Hurrah, Edwin O'Connor
    3. Peyton Place, Grace Metalious
    4. Auntie Mame, Patrick Dennis
    5. Eloise, Kay Thompson
    6. Andersonville, MacKinlay Kantor
    7. A Certain Smile, Françoise Sagan
    8. The Tribe That Lost Its Head, Nicholas Monsarrat
    9. The Mandarins, Simone de Beauvoir
    10. Boon Island, Kenneth Roberts
    No, I must admit I haven't read any of these.
  2. Which ones have you read? Did you like them? See above.
  3. If you're like me and haven't read a single one, which ones have you heard of? Peyton Place, Auntie Mame and The Mandarins.
  4. Will you be putting any of these books in your reading list? It's hard to say. I'll need to do a bit of research first to decide.
 
posted by Lisa at 6/01/2006 01:24:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Thursday Threesome
Gone Fishin'!:: Onesome: Gone-- "Gone with the Wind"? Do you have a new "must see" movie for this Summer? The 1928 version of "Pandora's Box" is being re-released This classic silent German film tells of Lulu, a sensual chorus girl whose uncontainable sexual power literally destroys every man with whom she has an affair, until she encounters one of history's most notorious killers - Jack the Ripper. Considered particularly shocking at the time of its release because of the suggestion of a lesbian attraction between Lulu and a Countess. Brooks is at her sultry finest. Twosome: Fish-- Do you fish? What, where (and who cleans )? No, I don't. I did as a kid. Threesome: in'-- coming! Do you have any Summer visitors headed your way? ...or are you the one(s) doing the traveling? No vistors that I know of, other than the occasional visit from the parental units.
 
posted by Lisa at 6/01/2006 08:53:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Thursday Thirteen
Thirteen Things Fleur De Lisa
Does Every Week Day

1…. Drink at least a 2 cups of coffee in the morning

2.... Drive my son to school.

3.... Listen to NPR on the drive to school.

4.... Write a post in my blog.

5.... Eat lunch with my co-horts at work.

6.... Read a bit before bedtime.

7.... Take a shower (2 if it is summertime.)

8.... Make my bed. It's much better to crawl into a made bed.

9.... Listen to the local news while I'm getting ready for work.

10.... Eat a piece of dark chocolate or drink a glass of red wine.

11.... Talk about the day with my son.

12.... Talk to B on the phone.

13.... Play with my dog. Links to other Thursday Thirteens! 1.Cheeky

2. Karen

3. Geggie

4. Jackie

Get the Thursday Thirteen code here! The purpose of the meme is to get to know everyone who participates a little bit better every Thursday. Visiting fellow Thirteeners is encouraged! If you participate, leave the link to your Thirteen in others comments. It’s easy, and fun! Be sure to update your Thirteen with links that are left for you, as well! I will link to everyone who participates and leaves a link to their 13 things. Trackbacks, pings, comment links accepted!
 
posted by Lisa at 6/01/2006 08:13:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 8 comments links to this post
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Magic 8 Ball
Go ahead, I know you want to ask it a question. So fire away!
 
posted by Lisa at 5/31/2006 08:16:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Notes On The Fridge
If you want to play along, grab a few letters and write a note with them. Feel free to hit save and I'll come back to read it later. Just be sure to play nice, boys and girls!
 
posted by Lisa at 5/31/2006 08:07:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
50 Questions
The Adult Meme 1. What bill do you hate paying the most? The mortgage- it's the most painful bill. 2. Favorite place to eat a romantic dinner? What's a romantic dinner? 3. Last time you puked from drinking? Three years ago at a friend's 40th birthday party. I downed about 10 to 12 shots in the space of an hour and a half. Bad idea! 4. When is the last time you got drunk and woke up in a strange place? Never 5. Name of your first grade teacher? Mrs. Tibbits 6. What do you really want to be doing right now? Sitting on a cruise ship having drinks with umbrellas delivered to me poolside. 7. What did you want to be when you were growing up? A teacher. 8. How many schools did you attend up through grade 12? 4 9. Why did you wear the shirt that you have on right now? It is hot out this morning and I wanted to wear short sleeves to work. 10. Gas prices! First thought? Ouch! 11. If you could move anywhere and take someone with you where would you go and who would you take? I'd move back to Hawaii and take the "fam" with me. 12. First thought when the alarm went off this morning? Why did I stay up so late last night? 13. Last thought before falling asleep last night? Something too naughty to write in here! 14. Favorite style of underwear? Calvin Klein seamless microfiber extreme low rise in black. 15. Favorite style of underwear for the opposite sex? Sorry, but I don't want to see the opposite sex in underwear. 16. What errand/chore do you despise? Going to the bank. 17. If you didn't have to work, would you? Travel for a while... 18. Sex or sleep? Sex then sleep 19. Your favorite cartoon character? Chip and Dale 20. Favorite non-sexual thing to do at night with a girl/boy? Talk and laugh. 21. A secret that you wouldn't mind everyone knowing? Now, if I told, it wouldn't be a secret, would it? 22. What was your first car? A yellow Suzuki Samurai. 23. Your best "Your Mamma" joke? I don't have one. 24. Your favorite lunch meat? I absolutely hate lunch meat. 25. What do you get every time you go into a WAWA? What? 26. Beach Or shore? Beach 27. Do you think marriage is an outdated ritual that was invented by people who died at 20? No. Even though I'm never getting married again- it's fine for other people. 28. Who do you stalk? No one. I've been the stalk-ee and would never be the stalker. 29. Favorite guilty pleasure? 70% dark chocolate. 30. Favorite movie you wouldn't want anyone to find out about? 9 to 5. 31. What's your drink? Lately, Argyle Pinot Noir 32. Cowboys or Indians? Indians 33. Cops or Robbers? Cops, I love a lady with a gun (and handcuffs) 34. Do you cheer for the bad guys? On occasion. 35. Norm or Cliff? Norm 36. The Cosby Show or the Simpsons? Cosby 37. Worst relationship mistake that you wish you could take back? All the years I spent wasted and miserable with my ex-husband. 38. Do you like the person who sits directly across from you at work? I have my own office, no one sits across from me. 39. If you could get away with it, who would you kill? I wouldn't actually do it, as it isn't my place to dole out such a punishment, but I do have someone in mind if I would. 40. What famous person would you like to have dinner with? No one comes to mind. 41. What famous person would you like to sleep with? My previously mentioned list. 42. Have you ever had to use a fire extinguisher for its intended purpose? Yes. 43. Last book you read for real? "Possible Side Effects" by Augusten Burroughs. 44. Do you have a teddy bear? Most certainly. 45. Strangest place you have ever had sex? A dental chair. 46. Strangest place you have ever wanted to have sex? I'll get back to you on that one. Suggestions? ;-) 47. How many times a day do you text? It just depends. 48. At this point in your life would you rather start a new career or relationship? Career 49. Do you go to church? I haven't in a while. 50. Pencil or Pen? Pen, with black ink.
 
posted by Lisa at 5/31/2006 06:36:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
To Tell The Truth
TTT or PYP - Part Huit I scored a 7. Go tell Irish Church Lady that you played. Pick one or the other from each item below. Either state which applies most to you or state your preference. (if you're a lady and it's a guy thing, pick your preference ya da yada yada) If neither or both apply or you can't pick only one preference then for the sake of total wackiness you score a point. It's a game ppl. You need to score something right?! So you think you're doing all hot and stuff, rackin' up these points hee hee and then ICL hits you with the final rule. You have to subtract your points from 10. Then that is your final score. To see what your score means read below. Remember ~ Ya have to tell the truth (no lyin') and ya have to tell us your score so we can all laugh at (wit) you. Let us begin ... 1..curl your tongue in a 'u' or wiggle your ears? I can't do either one! 72..Spiders or Snakes? I'll take spiders over snakes any day. 73..Read music or play by ear? Play by ear 74..sing or listen? Listen-- you most certainly don't want to hear me sing! 75..break a bone or cut yourself really bad? Break a bone 76..summer or spring? Summer- I like it hot. 77..laughed and milk came out your nose or laughed and peed a bit? Neither one, thanks. 78..believe in ghosts or believe in ESP? "I do believe in spooks, I do, I do, I do believe in spooks." - The cowardly Lion from the Wizard of Oz. 79..muscular or lean? Lean 80..sleep topless or bottomless? Both! So what's your score mean? Oh well, the infamous ICL is goin' to hafta dig down deep into me sorry a$$ed brain and figure that out now. Give me a second. Ok, she gots it! 9-10 - Your da wild one, that's fer sure. And I wouldn't mind ye sleepin' in my bed. Oh did I say that out loud, now? 5 - 8 - You're in your element now and ya want to go play with your gnomes now! 0 - 4 - Ya got bad allergies and this just isn't fun anymore.
 
posted by Lisa at 5/31/2006 06:09:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
A Quiz
People Envy Your Ingenuity
You're a person with unique ideas, big plans, and a zany outlook on life. Many people look to you for inspiration. People envy your creativity and "who cares?" attitude. They feel very ordinary next to you - and they usually are!
What Do People Envy About You?
 
posted by Lisa at 5/31/2006 09:53:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
Way Back Wednesday
This week, The Kept Woman has asked to see "grads of the past"- I give you the class of 1988...

I honestly don't recall what the gold cord stood for other than "I'm smarter than the rest of you people" I must have missed out on the memo to perm your hair for this ceremony.

My older sister and I preparing to depart for the ceremony. Just love those huge glasses on my sis!

I even found a photo of the actual commencement at Notre Dame. Bonus points!!

One of many graduation parties held in my honor. Both my sister and I look very excited to be there. Posted by Picasa
 
posted by Lisa at 5/31/2006 06:20:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 5 comments links to this post
Tuesday, May 30, 2006
TMI Tuesday
If you play, go tell Lizzie! 1. Have you ever been nude/semi-nude in public (sunbathing/photoshoot/streaking...)? Yes, topless sunbathing. 2. Have you ever had sex at your workplace? Yes, I have. ;-) 3. Do you ask your partners to take an AIDS test or ask if they have? No. 4. Ever tried a beer bong? No way. 5. Have you ever spread a rumor about your ex or ex's new gf/bf? Absolutely not. Bonus (as in "optional"): What are your views about circumcision?? I think it is barbaric.
 
posted by Lisa at 5/30/2006 05:27:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Tuesday Twosome
Tuesday Twosome Your Blog! Think of two words that describe... 1. The smells of summer: Bain de soleil suntan oil Hot blacktop 2. The sights of summer: Fireworks Black-eyed Susans 3. The sounds of summer: Ocean surf Lawnmowers 4. The touch of summer: Wet grass on bare feet Warm breezes on bare skin 5. The tastes of summer: Fresh, ripe berries Vegetables on the grill
 
posted by Lisa at 5/30/2006 06:34:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Birth Order
You Are Likely an Only Child
At your darkest moments, you feel frustrated. At work and school, you do best when you're organizing. When you love someone, you tend to worry about them. In friendship, you are emotional and sympathetic. Your ideal careers are: radio announcer, finance, teaching, ministry, and management. You will leave your mark on the world with organizational leadership, maybe as the author of self-help books.
The Birth Order Predictor
Actually I'm a third child out of four. Other than that, the description appears to be rather apt.
 
posted by Lisa at 5/30/2006 06:18:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Monday, May 29, 2006
Monday's A Bitch
Sunny Delight 1. Do you concentrate more on fitness around summertime in hopes of looking more attractive in less clothing? I'd say I exercise more in the summer, but only because I can get outside more. 2. Tanning: Necessary and beautiful, or unattractive and potentially cancerous? I've spent a lot of time in the sun in the past, as I love the water, hiking and biking. So I don't intentionally tan. I'm of Scandinavian heritage, so I burn easily. I always wear my sunscreen now as I had an cancerous area removed last year and now have a 2 inch scar where it was cut off, because they had to cut me up not once, but twice to make certain they got all of the satellite cells. Not fun, not pretty... 3. You're lying on a beautiful, sandy beach. What drink do you picture in your hand? I'll go with total kitsch and take one with an umbrella. 4. Do you have a cabin you go to every year, or a regular campsite perhaps? My parents go to a cabin every year and want us to go. It's a bit too much of "roughing it" for me to take for an entire week. Do you love the outdoors, or does summer for you involve a close personal relationship with an air conditioner? I love the outdoors! I've been waiting all winter to get out there. 5. Were your childhood summers full of memorable family vacations? Was this a good thing or a bad thing? Describe your most interesting one. We went on loads of vacations. I think they've all blurred in one big memory now.
 
posted by Lisa at 5/29/2006 09:13:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Manic Monday
1. Have you ever listened in on a private conversation? Yes, I have to admit that I have. It's part of my weakness of curiosity. 2. Have you ever purposely taken a walk in the rain? Absolutely, that's a wonderfully fun thing to do. 3. Have you ever avoided doing something because of a superstition? The one superstitious thing I cannot do is open an umbrella inside the house. I have no problem walking under ladders, black cats crossing my path and my son and I both call 13 our favorite number. 4. Have you ever been on the radio? I went through a phase of winning radio contests when I lived in Hawaii, and I was on the air then. Other than that, no.
 
posted by Lisa at 5/29/2006 08:52:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
Sunday, May 28, 2006
A "Textbook Good" Visit as a Graph
Everyday, we look at dozens of websites. The structure of these websites is defined in HTML. Your browser's job is to render the HTML according to the specs. HTML consists of so-called tags, like the 'A' tag for links, 'IMG' tag for images and so on. Since tags are nested in other tags, they are arranged in a hierarchical manner, and that hierarchy can be represented as a graph. Here's The Generator Blog as a graph. Colors used are blue for links, red for tables, green for the DIV tag, violet for images, yellow for forms, orange for linebreaks and blockquotes, black for the HTML tag, and gray for all other tags.

If you want to see what your site would look like as a graph, go here.

 
posted by Lisa at 5/28/2006 10:49:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
By The Way Sunday
~Tastes of Summer~ By the Way... Which do you prefer? watermelon, canteloupe, or peaches? A ripe, luscious peach. snowcones, popsicles, or an ice cream cone? Homemade ice cream ice tea, lemonade, or a soda? Iced tea grilled hot dogs, hamburgers, or chicken? Chicken- I don't eat hot dogs or hamburgers
 
posted by Lisa at 5/28/2006 09:50:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤ 1 comments links to this post
500
It's race day here in Indianapolis. In honor of such, I've found this quiz "Which Car Should You Race"
You should race an Indy car Just because everybody else is doing it, doesn't mean you have to. You're happy doing your own thing, and persuasive enough to get a whole crew to follow you. Nice moves.
 
posted by Lisa at 5/28/2006 10:26:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post
Unconscious Mutterings
From Luna Nina:
Free association is described as a "psychonanalytic procedure in which a person is encouraged to give free rein to his or her thoughts and feelings, verbalizing whatever comes into the mind without monitoring its content." Over time, this technique is supposed to help bring forth repressed thoughts and feelings that the person can then work through to gain a better sense of self. That's an admirable goal, but for the purposes of this excercise, we're just hoping to have a little fun with the technique. Each week I'll post ten words to which you can respond to with the first thing that comes to mind.
  1. Bounce :: Ball
  2. Wasting time :: Tick-tock
  3. Utility :: Bill
  4. London :: Bridge
  5. Pregnant :: Pause
  6. Cranberry :: Bog
  7. International :: Traveler
  8. Disappointment :: Let-down
  9. Sponsor :: And now, a word from our
  10. Second :: Just a
 
posted by Lisa at 5/28/2006 09:28:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤ 0 comments links to this post

Cost of Bush's Ego War In Iraq
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