Wednesday, November 12, 2008

NaBloPoMo Sort Of

Well well well. I have skipped some days in my NaBloPoMoFo attempt. I'm sure no one would have given a flying fork or even noticed it had I not said anything so I suppose mentioning it is probably a bad idea, but there you go. I have mentioned. And what is my response to this blatant disregard of posting duties? Whoopsy doodle.

I was off work yesterday since it's a holiday and us servants of the civil get holidays off and let me just tell you this...having a weekend, and then working one day, and then having another day off? I LOVE this. I mean, I like my job and everything, but being independently wealthy would not be a problem for me, I guarantee you.

I had a loverly weekend, thanks for asking. Here are some leftover weekend thoughts, for your perusal.

1. Why do I keep watching Grey's Anatomy? For the love of Petey Wheat. Those effers are annoying as hell. And yet, I watch them. I keep trying to tell myself that the whole thing is a postmodern deconstructionist allegory for our failed healthcare system, because really, if these are the best doctors in the country? We are FUCKED, people.

2. Breakfast establishments of our great land, I implore you. You need to put silver dollar pancakes on your menus. Every time I go out to brekkie, I want to get pancakes. But a gigantic one? Too much pancake. And I kind of maybe want something else too, but there's no way I am getting a whole pancake PLUS something else. I can't believe restaurants haven't put small pancakes on their menus yet. Do I have to think of everything?

3. I went to see my friends' band play on Saturday night, which, as I said before was awesome. What I didn't tell you was that the band that played right after them was straight out of Spinal Tap, which might have been a teensy bit more awesome. Unfortunately BioGirl and I left at the beginning of that set, because it was bone-shakingly loud. That's right, we left due to loudness. Ergo, we are ancient.

That's all I got. I feel like it's not enough. So here's something extra.

Location! Location!

I'm out,
Librarian Girl


Darlene said...

I know what you mean about 'Grey's Anatomy' - it's like a friggin' train wreck this year.

I listened to that band you went to see - they're pretty cool! I found them to be a very tame 'Dropkick Murphys'/type. Sweet.

Claire said...

1. What fascinates me the most about G.A is how gorgeous they all are. Seriously, do you think it's on the application form?

2. I had pancakes in a diner when I was on holiday in NYC and I couldn't move for about 3 hours afterwards, I've never felt so STUFFED! Good though.

3. Left because it was too loud. Oh deary me. I am shaking my head, chuckle.

Good work so far with the NaPloBoMoFo thingie!

cadiz12 said...

i haven't seen any grey's this season b/c h hates it. but maybe i'm not really missing much?

i used to work in a hospital, and while it's not necessarily "the best in the country," it was filled with a pretty normal sampling of regular-looking and hot people who actually did their jobs instead of hooking up in the overnight rooms every 2 seconds.

actually, now that i think about it, there were some people caught hooking up in the xray room a couple of times. so maybe there is some truth to all that soapiness.

Anonymous said...

I am so over Grey's but I can't stop watching. Whenever Josh hears me watching it he groans b/c he knows I'm just going to bitch about it for an hour, but never change the channel.

Sauntering Soul said...

I've never watched a single episode of Grey's Anatomy and now I think I'm glad.

WineGrrl said...

We had Monday off....everyone knows no one would have showed up Monday and Wednesday!

Anonymous said...

I'm still laughing from that video. Holy crap! Me. Alone. In my Kitchen. Cracked Up! Too good. Where do you find this stuff?

Anonymous said...

1. I quit Grey's. Couldn't take it anymore.
2. I love mini food.
3. Every day I'm shocked by how very ooooold I am. Although I went to see Twilight last night and did, in fact, scream when Edward appeared on screen, so take that, age.

In the car!