I’ve been obsessed with makeup since middle school. I remember my first powder compact. It was Cover Girl, and I was just enthralled that I had real, grown-up makeup. I still remember the distinct medicinal smell of Cover Girl powder. Why does it smell so strong? I still can’t figure it out (and the
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Like cherry icees, Twitter and Bejeweled, I’ve become obsessed with Words with Friends. I have a Droid phone, so I never had access to the game before it was released on this platform earlier this week. I was hooked instantly. This didn’t mean I wasn’t scared. Oh, Lawd, was I scared, or more appropriately,
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So, have you been wondering where Amanda is? No, I didn’t jet off to Bora Bora to date three guys because 1) I’m married 2) I’m not a fame seeking whore and 3) I work for a non-profit. That’s definitely not where I’ve been. I know you’re all missing my delightful recap, but the
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A conversation between me and my Husband.
Scene: We’re laying in bed watching GhostHunters in silence.
Me: You know, I think my favorite kind of Jelly Belly is the hot buttered popcorn.Hubby: *face palm*Me: What?Hubby: That is so random.Me: It’s not random. I was sitting here thinking about it before I said something to
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[Conversation between me and Hubby Sunday while we were out for lunch]
Me: Saturday was pretty much the best day ever.Hubby: Why? Because I wasn’t around to turn the TV on sports.Me: Yes, I watched four hours of “What Not To Wear” on TLC.Hubby: that’s all? Lame.Me: That’s not ALL I watched. I also
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At Macaroni Grill for dinner Wednesday night with the in-laws:
Mother-in-law: This looks good. [points to Chicken Cannelloni on the menu]. But what does “hand rolled pasta” mean?Me: Well. It’s like…you know pasta? Before it’s cut? It’s that. But rolled. By hand….Mother-in-law: Ohh, ok.Me: I think you’d like that dish.Mother-in-law: Tell me, though, what’s
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Bedtime last night.
Me: Let me tell you a story about these sheets.Hubby: Ok, go ahead.Me: These sheets are awesome.Hubby: That’s not a story.Me: The End. Now it’s a story.
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