I’m normally one of those “never say never” kind of people, but there comes a time when the Anvil of Truth lands on your head and your realize some things in life have an exasperation date.
From Karan: the cuteness that is Meez.com. I signed up and started creating but just couldn’t stay “logged in” long enough to produce anything. Probably just as well. I don’t think the world is ready for Meez-Daisy.
From Mary, a gorgeous dog and our quote of the day:
The material is exquisite gold silk, costing $170 per yard – that’s a lot of dough for bug spit.
From Pewari, in See… I AM A Good Mother… Now Go Play…:
I believe that many of us come into the Stay-at-Home arena with the same expectations as the work place. I know I did – desperately trying to instill some order into an unordered world. Made myself goals and lofty “perfect mother” expectations in lieu of performance appraisals, had planned activities, felt guilty if some days I was too exhausted to do anything and just somehow muddled through with the help of a few too many children’s DVDs. Read more…
And from Joan, Don’t be Stealing my Wheels
For all I know the person living in this traditional college party apartment building needs the wheelchair and the bike and the snorkling flippers. I don’t know. I am sorry if he/she does. What I do know is that when I googled “wheelchair theft hospital” 769,000 entries showed up. Aaargh!
This is silly but rather clever. If you type http://xxx.justgotowned.com/ (substitute the xxx with your name, make it xxx.xxx if it’s two words such as mad.musings) you’ll get a generated flash movie featuring your good self. To whit: daisy just got owned.