Month: March 2003

Sick

I’ve come down with a slight cold, so I feel like crap and thus haven’t added any new chapters to my on-line book.  I’ll get back to writing when I feel better. Oh yeah, don’t even BOTHER to ask if i watched the Oscars ‘cuz you know I didn’t!

Book writing

After a late meal at the local Denny’s followed by a couple rounds of “glow in the dark” mini-golf, I went home and started to work on my book again which as you may or may not know I am simulcasting in both my site. And since it is put on line as it is written, I’m not sure how it’s going to turn out.

This is a really exciting for an author, and I’ll explain more as you read it. I’m still at Chapter 1, so you haven’t missed anything yet. I hope you enjoy. It feels good to be writing like this again instead of just columns all the time.

War

So we’re officially at war with a country that probably had nothing to do with the September 11 attacks, but what the hell, right? President W has some unfinished business because of Daddy’s War back in 1991, so out come the guns and the tanks. I just pray everyone comes back safe and sound.

I know Canada isn’t getting into the battle this time, but my thoughts and prayers go out to the troops of the USA armed forces who are risking their lives to take care of some unfinished business.

And if that wasn’t enough, I’m already in a bad mood today because of someone who hurt a friend of mine.  Don’t worry, chances are it’s not YOU reading this who has angered me… it’s one person who shall go sans-name for now, but she can burn in hell for all I care…. as you may have guessed…. the weekend isn’t coming fast enough.

I went to Wal-Mart and bought some new tan pants and a denim skirt. How’s your War-Filled week been?

Green Beer Day is here once again

While we are almost on the brink of war, I just want to wish everyone a Happy St. Patrick’s Day. I’m not Irish, but the red hair certainly helps. (I also have a green satin blouse too.)  Growing up in Sea Isle City, there were plenty of Irish people in town, so March 17 is a big day in my books.

If you’re heading out there, play safe and don’t drink too much.

Again with the writing…

Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed I sit here thinking my thoughts through and doing some writing. Check it out… it will make for some nice Friday morning reading! So grab your coffee, throw away the newspaper and get ready for some mindless Internet related stuff! (Yup, totally overselling it.)

I am also going to get at least more columns from my Montreal days up on line soon, so you will be able to read more.

Ribs finally happened

The better part of Monday evening was spent at the all-you-can-eat Riblet feast at Applebee’s, where I got more than my money’s worth.I have been craving it since last month when I planned to go and only now finally made it out there.

I also updated my site with some interesting thoughts, and no sooner had I done, I found out what my next big adventure is going to be; I’m heading back to Montreal for a few days for work-related mayhem. This means of course I have to squeeze in my time at the gym tomorrow and pack my bags because my train leaves in the afternoon.

I would like to drive myself, but since it’s all paid for, I guess I could live with the train. I’ll try and give some updates while I am away, if not, I will be back early next week.

The next thing

After getting a rather late start on today, I did manage to get to the gym, work out, come home, change, go computer shopping seeing as I need a new computer, do two loads of laundry AND finally update my site. This is good news seeing as I have been trying for almost 2 days now.

I am also looking for “the next big thing” to come along in my life, so it’s good that I had some time to think about it. No word yet on what it will be.