Yahoo: I think it’s a great idea for you to show me that I have new mail via the toolbar. However, nothing pisses me off more than to see for the past 30 minutes that I have two new emails, only to find there are none each time I click on it. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me six times, shame on my desperate need for attention.
I have actually found my underwear on inside out on more than one occasion. The first time, I left it. The second time, I changed it. I just wanted to know if it was worth the ease of mind. It wasn’t.
This morning when I was putting on my bra, it was on inside out as well. I realized this when I had no clue which row of hooks to use because everything was backwards. My left-hand definitely does not know what the right is doing.
Mr. DD has worn his underwear twice. Somehow it is my fault that he has no clean underwear since the ability to read minds has not been perfected among married couples. God forbid he happen to mention it to me when he pulls the last pair (why "pair"? is there "two" of something I don’t know of?) out of the drawer. He refuses to go commando…because a pair of sweaty, dirty underwear is for some reason preferable. *shudder*
I called SCSA for the home kit. It should be here tomorrow. From the pictures, it looks a lot like an ice-cream machine. Let’s hope the frozen cylinder that comes with the kit does not get mixed up with my own ice-cream machine’s cylinder since everything is in mass turmoil at our house due to the move. If it hadn’t been for our Mambo with ART, I think we would have let the lab handle the sample. Now, we not only are going to do this from home, but I have purchased a brand new turkey-baster and copper tubing for at home IUIs. I’ll be sending out invitations soon that will look a lot like these (scroll down on the link; it’s worth the pop-ups).
Also, I found this over at Joie’s. If for no other reason, you should take the survey just to get your creative-post juices flowing.
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