Thursday, December 31, 2009


Where the heck did 2009 go? I could have sworn I was JUST looking forward to my last semester of grad school; looking forward to starting my first professional job as a librarian; to making my life better.
Where the hell did my year go???


I am pretty superstitious, I know I don't really get it either, but I firmly believe whoever you start the new year with is who you finish it with. That means whoever you are spending New Years Eve with. Last year I spent it single, and the many, many years before it.
Part of me is ok with being single, really I SWEAR! Then the other part of me says, what about sex?
Now I bring up the sex issue only because of a recent date. I am a very open person. I am comfortable in my sexuality, and I know I like sex. Do you see anything wrong with that? Yeah I don't either.
However when a man who is not comfortable in his sexuality comes across a women who is, and freely talks about sex, that means she will automatically sleep with him. GRRR!!! Ok that may have to be another blog post. I am determined to go to bed before midnight.


Happy New Year. I hope 2010 is better than the rest, but I will plan for the worst.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Random Questions at Target #1

Me: Would you like a big bag for all the wrapping paper?
Guest: Do you have a big bag?
-Seriously people! Why would I ask if I didn't have a bag? You really think I would offer and just say SIKE! Just Kidding!!!!???

Guest: Can you double wrap that in the big red bags you have?
Me: We are all out of the big red bags.
Guest: The whole store?
Me: *Thinking, no of course not! For you let me pull them out of my butt!* We have been selling out faster than we can order them.

Guest: Do you have any envelopes for the gift cards? I don't see any on the lanes.
Me: We are all sold out. Happens every year. Because everyone wants to or three for every gift card they buy.

Monday, December 14, 2009

The definistion of GINA

GINA, signed into law in May 2008, prohibits discrimination by health insurers and employers based on people's genetic information.

Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act of 2008 (GINA).

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

I have been a bad blogger

I have been a bad blogger, and I am truly sorry. But really, honestly I have not had ANYTHING to write about lately.
However I am deeply disappointed in this. Stupid NY State Senate.
When will they learn that "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." That is the Constitution. Our fore fathers did agree to that.
Maybe I am being to political, and I know that a good portion of my friends that will read this are conservative, but so what? I am not and this is FREE country. At least the last time I checked.

“Certainly this is an emotional issue and an important issue for many New Yorkers,” said Senator Tom Libous, the deputy Republican leader. “I just don’t think the majority care too much about it at this time because they’re out of work, they want to see the state reduce spending, and they are having a hard time making ends meet. And I don’t mean to sound callous, but that’s true.”
I SO cannot believe this is in the article!!!!!!!!!!!!!