Have you bits and pieces flying around in your head, ready to release? Me, too!
Cue the fragments!
***I really, really wish you and I could all get together for some holiday socializing; I think it would be so great to meet each other and hang out. Are you going to BlogHer in July? I'm very seriously thinking about it, as it's in my neck of the woods (Chicago).
***I am really missing my camera.
***My heart goes out to those on the East Coast who continue to suffer through the weather hostilities of recent weeks; I really hope they cut a break soon.
***One of my favorite shows is The Voice (even though tonight's performances pretty much stunk). I admire Adam Levine's professional success, but no matter what, I just can't see why Kendall thinks he's so hot. I respect him and think he's good looking, but when he talks, I just think, "How did he get everyone to think he is so cool?"
***Wow. Okay, so I just wrote that fragment, and then Maroon 5 performed on The Voice and I got it. I love his voice (No--I'd never really noticed his singing voice before.), and he's a great performer.
***Kendall just explained that Adam Levine's hotness is more about his attitude and character, to her.
***WKCE (state testing) is over for another year. All I can say about that is Thank God.
***A very big referendum in our school district failed to pass on Tuesday. That will very likely mean an even tighter school budget belt in the next couple of year, unless another (smaller) referendum comes up in April. I wonder how often that happens. (huge referendum amount, dropped to a smaller one in time for the next election.
***Last night, as we passed a new restaurant called Dickey's Barbecue Pit, I commented to Mr.4444 that it looked empty. He replied, "Maybe they all fell into the pit." Badumpbump!
***Kyle sent a random text from college yesterday (I love it when he does that.). He is taking another upper level Spanish class. "It was a nice feeling, going up to the board and out-nerding a bunch of Spanish linguistic nerds. There were gasps when I answered his question on the whiteboard." I love that my tall-skinny-white-kid son continually shocks people with his Spanish language skills. Who knows? Maybe some day, he'll work as an international spy!