Friday, March 31, 2006


The results from my dental exrays say that I have 2 cavities . I have to go back in 2 weeks to get them filled. That means that I get to have shots. Shots in my mouth. Strangely enough, those needles never seem to bother me. I go back to the dentist on April 12. I am not bothered by that. The appt that really does bother me a little bit is the one in front of the traffic court that I have on April 4. I am getting a diversion. Has anyon e had one of these? What am I supposed to bring?

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Thinking about places

I have told you in previous posts all of the places that I have been too. In the great scheme of things, I have not been to a whole lot of Places. For instance, I have never been back east anywhere in the United States except for Florida about 15 years ago. I have never been to Europe, either. Frankly, those places, from what I have read about, kind of scare me. Strange people always scare me. I get very painfully shy around them, do not know why. I have never Been to New York City. Frankly, from what I have seen in the movies, it scares the beejesus outta me. The very thought of it makes me want to run and hide.

Handel on the Law

I listen to Handel on the Law on Saturday mornings. That guy is funny! Check out:

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Tonight, I had peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with a tall glass of skim milk for dinner. Certainly it does not get much better than that. Oh yes and yesterday, I finally worked up the nerve to join the Insiders at For a nominal fee, I can go to that site, and I can listen to things that you cannot normally listen to if youa re not an insider. I have joined up on the forums. So, I am a NEWBIE on a new message board. The people there seem to be very friendly. I do have a thick skin( from posting on the AOL Abortion boards) and you REALLY have to have a thick THICK skin for that. I have made lasting buds on that board. I hope to do the same on

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Conservative Vs. Liberal Talk Radio

Ok. I will admit it. I listen to BOTH Conservative and Liberal talk radio. It is not at all confusing. I like listening to all sides of every issue. Seems that the big issue these days is ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION. I listen to Glenn Beck for a few days, then I listen to Springer on the Radio. Both very intelligent people.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006


Here are a few things to think about that you probably have never thought about; Can you cry under water? How important does a person have to be before they are considered assassinated instead of just murdered? Why do you have to "put your two cents in".... but it's only a "penny for your thoughts"? Where's that extra penny going to?
Once you're in heaven, do you get stuck wearing the clothes you were buried in for eternity? Why does a round pizza come in a square box? What disease did cured ham actually have? How is it that we put man on the moon before we figured out it would be a good idea to put wheels on luggage? Why is it that people say they "slept like a baby" when babies wake up like every two hours? If a deaf person has to go to court, is it still called a hearing? Why are you IN a movie, but you're ON TV? Why do people pay to go up tall buildings and then put money in binoculars to look at things on the ground? Why do doctors leave the room while you change? They're going to see you naked anyway. Why is "bra" singular and "panties" plural Why do toasters always have a setting that burns the toast to a horrible crisp, which no decent human being would eat? If Jimmy cracks corn and no one cares, why is there a stupid song about him? Can a hearse carrying a corpse drive in the carpool lane? If the professor on Gilligan's Island can make a radio out of a coconut, why can't he fix a hole in a boat?Why do people point to their wrist when asking for the time, but don't point to their crotch when they ask where the bathroom is? Why does Goofy stand erect while Pluto remains on all fours? They're both dogs! If Wiley E. Coyote had enough money to buy all that ACME crap, why didn't he just buy dinner? If corn oil is made from corn, and vegetable oil is made from vegetables, what is baby oil made from? If electricity comes from electrons, does morality come from morons? Do the Alphabet song and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star have the same tune? Why did you just try singing the two songs above? Did you ever notice that when you blow in a dog's face, he gets mad at you, but when you take him for a car ride; he sticks his head out the window? Do you ever wonder why you gave me your e-mail address in the first place?

Monday, March 27, 2006

Computer Questions

I have Norton antivirus software and I keep it updated. Since I have Yahoo! DSL, I also have a firewall up, strong and running. I have a great spyware program too. My question is this: My Norton antivirus subscription runs out in June of this year. I have had great luck with Norton, and have never had any problems. Should I try another antivirus software program or stick with Norton?

Aggressive posters

Tonight, just spending some time here chatting with buds online, cathcing up with Forensic Files on television while eating dinner. I hope that Den does not IM me now. He is a great guy, smart as hell and sexy as all get out( heeheehee, that is a looong story there) but he is not the relationship kind. He is the fun fun fun kinda guy. More posting later tonight.

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Work work work and falling asleep in the dentists chair.

I calculated up the hours that I worked this week, and the total came to 57. Many working hours. Thats quite a bit. Thats ok, because I enjoy what i do. It is nice to take days off once in a while. On a little bit of a sadder note, the highlight of this week for me personally is that I have a dental appointment on Wednesday morning. Going to the dentist does bother some people, and I for the life of me cannot figure out why. Other than getting the bill of course. I can sit and relax in the dental chair. I do and I realize that some people cannot. I probably have a cavity that is going to have to be filled, and even that does not bother me in the least. Yes, I know that I said I hate needles, and when they fill a cavity they use needles for that, but those shots of novocain never have bothered me. Maybe it is because I am off of my feet, and the chair is pretty comfy. If I don't fall asleep, I can look into the dentist's glasses and see what work they are doing on me. Sometimes my gums bleed, when I brush or when the hygenist cleans my teeth. They know that I am a diabetic, and I know that diabetes si sometimes hard on teeth.


Got this from Yahoo News. Food for thought:)EOLIA, Mo. - In local diners and truck stops, drivers talk about this little highway town with a word of warning. Watch your lead foot when driving through, they say. This is a speed trap town.
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Eolia gained national recognition earlier this month when it was added to a rogue's gallery of speed traps listed on a Web site, That doesn't come as news to many residents, who are furious over a jump in speeding tickets being handed out under the new police chief who took over in November.
"You can be in Illinois or Iowa, and you mention Eolia, and they say: Oh — the speed trap," said Jerry Burbridge, a trucker who lives in Eolia, about 70 miles northwest of St. Louis.
Eolia Police Chief Jerry Sutton said he's just enforcing the law.
"Safety — it's a big thing with me. I would hate to see one child or one pedestrian get hurt in any way," Sutton said.
Eolia's situation is hardly unique. For isolated towns with crumbling streets, speeding tickets can be an important source of revenue. In Eolia, for example, a ticket for 1 mph over the limit costs $67.50 in fines and court costs. Missouri law lets cities keep all the revenue they collect from tickets.
Most speed trap towns have highways running through their city limits, providing steady access to out-of-towners who won't raise too big a stink when ticketed, said Eric Scrum with the National Motorists Association.
But handing out speeding tickets isn't always easy money. Eleven states have laws against speed traps, usually limiting the proportion of a city's budget that can come from tickets. And there's been backlash.
A prosecutor temporarily barred the town of Reed, Ark., from issuing tickets in 2004 because of speed trap complaints. In Coburg, Ore. in 2005, two municipal employees filed a $2 million lawsuit claiming the city fired them for not going along with a speed trap scheme. Web sites like list towns with a reputation for ticketing and many drivers avoid them altogether.
Still, the financial incentive for giving tickets is clear. In Missouri, municipal governments set their own fines for speeding and keep all the money they collect from tickets issued in city limits, said Nancy Griggs, division director of court services for Missouri's Office of State Courts Administrator.
Griggs said some towns have been known to collect as much as 90 percent of city revenue from speeding tickets. The town of Curryville generated $133,507 from traffic violations in 2004, according to a state audit. Excluding money from a federal development grant, traffic violations accounted for more than half of Curryville's budget that year.
Highway 54 runs through the middle of Curryville, in rural northeast Missouri, becoming the town's Main Street as the speed limit drops from 55 mph to 35 mph over about a half-mile stretch.
Mayor Bill Dixon remembers when the city gave 100 tickets a month, but he says things have changed. The city recently hired Charles Francis as its new police chief — he says he writes about nine to 15 tickets a month.
Convenience store owner Ellis Feith worries Curryville's past ticketing may have caught up with the city. Feith says traffic used to be heavy on the weekends, but now drivers bypass the town and Feith's store.
"If you build a town on giving tickets, you're asking for trouble in the long run," Feith said.
Business owners in Eolia worry the same fate might await them. Debbie Reading said business has fallen off steeply at her beauty salon.
"People are just getting pulled over for piddly little things," Reading said. "They actually tell us they don't want to come over here and get their hair cut because they're scared."
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Friday, March 24, 2006

Friday night

Ok, it is Friday night, and I don't have a date. Oh well, life is too short to worry about such unimportant, trivial matters as that. Yes, I am enjoying the cable television VERY much, but as far as the appliances at my house goes, the computer is still the Queen. The BOSS. Yes, I said Queen, because I really do believe that my computer is a female. She even has a name: Josephine. Go ahead, laugh if you will. Kind of like people that name their cars or their boats. I named my computer. I felt like naming her, so there. P.S. go ahead and laugh if you want to. I am:) :) :)

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Cable Tv 2

I had a little trouble, but now I am HOOKED up. No HBO, but I have the channels that I want, and it won't break me. I get to watch my crime shows again. YIPPEEEEE!

Cable television

I finally broke down and ordered cable tv today. Yes, I am weak. Could not go for even a year with out cable. But in my defense, last time I had it, I just HAD to go with all of the premium channels, so my cable television bill was something like 80-90 bucks a month. It was just too high, so I just withdrew from it completely. Now, after tonight, I have to fix my remote and figure out how to put the thing together after I get my cable box. The bill is only going to be about 40 bucks a month. I won't get the premium channels like HBO, but that is ok because I do not want them anymore anyway. I will get the History channel, Courttv, and the crime dramas I like. I hope that I can get all of the cables together. I am just not very mechanically inclined, and sometimes I get confused as hell on directions. Wish me luck.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

For Hugh..

Sorry that the pic is too small. It is supposed to be a pic of a devil from the movie 'Hostel" (if you have seen the movie, you would know what it isLOL) and ty for the well wishes on Zucker. Turns out she is fine. Has to take some antibiotics for a bladder infection though.

Debates I would LOVE to hear

Rush Limbaugh vs Ed Schultz, Sean Hannity vs Jerry Springer, Glenn Beck vs Randy Rhoades.. man , those would be WILD!


I have to take my furbaby Zucker to the vet this morning. She is having a problem with her eyes and she may possibly have a kidney infection. For those of you that do not know, Zucker is a great big female German Shepherd that I have. Sharp as a tack, nothing to mess with if you are trying to break into my home, but a big slobbering baby once you get to know her. She weighs about a hundred pounds. Oh and Hugh, that tiny picture that you see is a buddy icon from the movie 'Hostel'.

Monday, March 20, 2006


I recieved some more childhood mementos from my father today at the office. He is going through boxes of things that both sets of my grandparents kept when My sibs and I were kids. Valentines, letters, crayon drawings, postcards, etc. It is kind of neat to sort of go back in time and see them. All of my grandparents died years ago. It is amazing that they kept all of these things! To see my three year old childish handwriting now almost 35 years later is funny. I mean funny, and cute. I intend to keep these mementos for a long time.

Sunday, March 19, 2006

The Beatles and talk radio

I am listening to the White Album now. Great album. That is the kind of music that I like. That and Elvis. More of an Elvis fan.. but I digress.. Cry baby Cry is a sad song.. If you do not have the music, I suggest that you download it(legally of course)..Helter Skelter is also a great song( Its about an amusement park ride, not murder) . I mostly listen to my entertainment these days. I listen to talk radio. I listen to Glenn Beck. I do not always agree with him, but I think that he is funny as hell. I listen to Rush Limbaugh. I also listen to Jerry Springer. I think that Jerry Springer is one of the most intelligent people on talk radio. I listen to Al Franken on Air America radio. I say the same about him that I do about Limbaugh. Don't always agree, but I like to listen to different opinions on political issues.

Not the greatest write

I have checked out some other blogs on the web, and I notice that a lot of the bloggers are much better writers than I am. Some are funny as hell, too. I am trying to learn how to be a better writer, perhaps I could take some lessons from somebody. I have added this blog address to my aim screenname( so maybe I will get some more feedback now. Hugh, if you are reading this, just wish to let you know that I appreciate your comments and even criticism if you have it. It rained on this beautiful Sunday morning, and life is good. I went to church this evening, and I did not get any traffic tickets this time(ha). I have a court date set for the first part of April for the diversion. Not much fun, but I want to keep a clean record. I have not had cable television in quite some time. I do have a television, but I never watch it. I have taken to watching dvds of my favourite old television shows on my computer. Shows like Chico and the man, Three's Company, that sort of thing. When I had cable, I really only watched two channels, HBO and Courttv. Maybe I would watch The History Channel. I could not understand today's tv shows anyway. I never watched that show American Idol, because it just never held any interest for me. I once tried about 15 minutes of Desperate Housewives, and I got bored. Never again. And I never cared too much for Oprah. What can I say, except that I work. I don't really care too much for today's music, either. LOL, maybe I am just getting old.

Friday, March 17, 2006

My first song

Lawdy Miss Clawdy

(words & music by lloyd price)Well lawdy, lawdy, lawdy miss clawdyGirl you sure look good to meBut please don’t excite me babyI know it can’t be meWell as a girl you want my moneyYeah but you just won’t treat me rightYou like to ball every morningDon’t come home till late at nightOh gonna tell, tell my mamaLord, I swear girl what you been to meI’m gonna tell everybody that I’m down in miserySo bye, bye, bye, babyGirl, I won’t be comin’ no moreGoodbye little darlin’ down the road I’ll goSo, bye, bye, bye babyGirl, I won’t be comin’ no moreGoodbye little darlin’ down the road I’ll go I will love you forever, Elvis. R.I.P. old buddy.

Back on track

Hello. My blog is up and working! Yes! Great because I have a lot to say tonight. Today at work, my father handed me some old letters and a keepsake that I made for my grandparents back in 1981. Memories came back to me in little bits and pieces. There is this porcelain Bible that I painted with an inscription on it that I made in Sunday school class in Arkansas. There are some letters save that an eleven year old me sent to my grandparents, written in my eleven year old hand writing in large pencil letters. Somewhat awkward writing, but now that I look back on it, it was pretty good. All of my grandparents are now dead. I miss them very much. Along with those letters and the trinket were some of my old report cards and grade reports from grade school, Jr High , and high school. Looking back, over all, I was not a bad student( B average) . There were progress reports going back as far as 1977. Wow. Time does fly. I was a pretty good student, but a social butterfly I was not. I was VERY painfully shy and awkward and I did not have many friends. Very self conscious back then. I was a day dreamer. Then there were letters that I sent to my family when I was in the hospital for a year and 3 months. Grade school was good. Middle school and Jr High were absolute hell. High School and college were a vast improvement from Middle and Jr High. I graduated from High School in 1987, and then went to Washburn University for a while, then transferred to Kansas State University for a year. That was back in 1991 or 92 I believe. I did not graduate from college, wich is ok by me. I am happy just where I am right now:)


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Thursday, March 16, 2006

Nevre been to Spain

Never Been to Spain
(words & music by Hoyt Axton)
Well I've never been to SpainBut I kinda like the musicSay the ladies are insane thereAnd they sure know how to use itThe don't abuse itNever gonna loose itI can't refuse it
Well, I've never been to EnglandBut I kind of like the BeatlesSo I headed for Las VegasOnly made it out to NeedlesCan you feel itMust be wearyOh so good... oh feel so good
Well I've never been to heavenBut I've been in OklahomaWell, they tell me I was born thereBut I really don't rememberIn Oklahoma or ArizonaWhat does it matterWhat does it matter


I downloaded some music from last night and the night before. I don't really like shopping at walmart, but at 88 cents a song, that price really cannot be beaten. I like every kind of music except for rap. I downloaded Elvis, Amy Grant, Three Dog Night, Marvin Gaye, Joss Stone, and Little Feat among others. I really like gospel music. What kind of music do you folks like? I like AC/DC.. 'You shook me all night long'.. VERY sexy song.. puts me in a good sort of groove:)

musical Downloads

I downloaded on to my computer from some music last night and the night before. Three dog night, Amy Grant, Elvis(LOVED Elvis) ,Marvin Gaye, Little Feat, Lila McCann, and a bunch of others. All legally( I don't steal I am not a thief). I don't particularly like shopping at, but at 88 cents a song, that price cant be beaten. What are some of your favourite songs? Singers? Music? I like anything but rap. I hate rap, I refuse to listen to it. It makes no sense to me, but if that is what you like, then hey, it is a free country


I downloaded on to my computer from some music last night and the night before. Three dog night, Amy Grant, Elvis(LOVED Elvis) ,Marvin Gaye, Little Feat, Lila McCann, and a bunch of others. All legally( I don't steal I am not a thief). I don't particularly like shopping at, but at 88 cents a song, that price cant be beaten. What are some of your favourite songs? Singers? Music? I like anything but rap. I hate rap, I refuse to listen to it. It makes no sense to me, but if that is what you like, then hey, it is a free country

musical Downloads

I downloaded on to my computer from some music last night and the night before. Three dog night, Amy Grant, Elvis(LOVED Elvis) ,Marvin Gaye, Little Feat, Lila McCann, and a bunch of others. All legally( I don't steal I am not a thief). I don't particularly like shopping at, but at 88 cents a song, that price cant be beaten. What are some of your favourite songs? Singers? Music? I like anything but rap. I hate rap, I refuse to listen to it. It makes no sense to me, but if that is what you like, then hey, it is a free country.

Downloaded music

Last night and tonight I downloaded some music on to my computer from dont worry I did it legal LOL) I really don't like to shop at walmart, but 88 cents per song is a good price. Hey what kind fo music do you like? I like everything from Amy Grant to AC/DC. 'You shook me all night long'm VERY sexy song and puts me in a good groove!

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

I have returned

Ok, From now on, I am going to add to this blog every day. More like every evening. Yes, I know that mine is probably more boring than most, but this is my life right now. Boring, but uncomplicated. I was supposed to meet Dennis tonight for a little romp, but we never did set a time and frankly I am a little too tired right now. Dennis is a nice guy, but just not the marrying type. I rarely ever see him any more. He is on the road a lot, though he lives close by. Honestly, I think that I should just move on. I am thinking of joining some singles clubs at a local church. I like church activities, and it gets me away from the computer. I love my work, and my time alone, but it is nice to get out and meet with people occassionally. Oh yes, I want to say a big HELLO to Hugh. Thanks for leaving the nice, uplifting messages. I really like them. You seem like a very kind hearted person. Thank you.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Today is payday

I got paid today. Tonight I am paying bills, and working my way out of debt. I don't have much in the way of debt, just a car loan, and a little bit on credit cards. The house and everything else is paid for, plus I am putting a little bit away for savings. I even have a Roth IRA that I started a few years ago. Money is one of my favourite subjects. On Saturdays while I am in the office at work, I listen to Dave Ramsey. He is a financial expert that I hear on XM radio. ( Hows that for a plug, huh?) He is a bit of a preacher, and I disagree with him on the issue of credit cards, but all in all, I think that he is pretty good. In listening to him talk to and listen to his callers on the radio, I do get the idea that he does care about people. He has stated that long ago, he was broke, and had big debt (even filed for bankruptcy) twenty some odd years ago, now he is out of debt and trying to help others do the same with this thing called "Total Money Make Over'. Occassionally I also listen to Bruce Williams.

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Prolife bumpersticker assumptions

As I was driving home from work the other day, I noticed that the car in front of me had a bumpersticker that said 'Smile.. your parents were Prolife'. I had to laugh because it was so darn funny. How in the hell would anyone know this besides my parents? Your parents ? I believe that the car owners were trying to make some sort of statement here, but I am not exactly sure what the hell it was, because , ( and I am speaking for myself here) I was a wanted pregnancy. My parents CHOSE to give birth. To my brother, sister and I. That would make them ProChoice by default. Prolifers(ok not all but most) sure seem to like to make a lot of assumptions about other people. What they(most) do not seem to understand is that some women CHOOSE to give birth.


It rained this morning. A nice hard rain. And it is Sunday morning. I love life:)

Wednesday, March 08, 2006


My first and second pap smears hurt like hell and I screamed very loudly if that tells you anything.

I will admit and this thing I am terrified of.

I will admit this. I am over weight. Ok, I am more than over weight, I am obese. I have diabetes. I did go see a doctor about it, a bariatrician that put me on an 800 calorie a day diet, and I did lose a lot of weight, but after doing that for a year, I had to quit because I didn't lose enough, and someone else was paying for it( as a gift) and it was very expensive program. The doctor also had me taking some vitamin supplememnts that I did not like. I had to buy the food there in the office. So I gave up going to that doctor. I still see a regular doctor for physicals and such. I take meds for diabetes. I get discouraged. I was surfing the web tonight and found info on the bariatric surgery called gastric bypass, or something like that. It looks really scary to me. Anything about 'going under the needle' scares me. Anything about surgery and anesthesia scares me. Once I had to have oral surgery done to have all four of my wisdom teeth removed. When I found out that I would have to have a tiny IV inserted, I kind of freaked. The staff at the dental office did calm my worries when I found out. The day of my surgery, just as I was starting to drift off, I was still not quite out of it, I sort of mentally panicked and started having these irrational thoughts'GET THIS THING OUT OF ME'! And it was all I could do to keep from ripping that tiny IV out of my finger. I didn't, but I cannot imagine what would have happened if I had a bigger one in me. I am amazed at other people. I hear women talk about going through childbirth onne day and are up around and walking the next day and chatting. Things like that scare the shit right outta me.(Except regular visits to the dentist which I dont mind) I think that I have a low pain threshhold. Maybe I am crazy, but the idea of any kind of surgery or giving birth scares the hell outta me

Sunday, March 05, 2006


A man walks up to the bar with an ostrich behind him, and as he sits, the bartender asks for their order.

The man says, "I'll have a beer" and turns to the ostrich. "What's yours?" "I'll have a beer too" says the ostrich.
The bartender pours the beer and says "That will be $3.40 please," and the man reaches into his pocket and pays with the exact change for payment.

The next day, the man and the ostrich come again, and the man says "I'll have a beer," and the ostrich says "I'll have the same." Once again the man reaches into his pocket and pays with exact change.

This became a routine until late one evening, the two enter again. "The usual?" asks the bartender."Well, it's close to last call, so I'll have a large Scotch" says the man. "Same for me" says the ostrich. "That will be $7.20" says the bartender. Once again the man pulls exact change out of his pocket and places it on the bar.

The bartender can't hold back his curiosity any longer. "Excuse me, sir. How do you manage to always come up with the exact change out of your pocket every time?"

"Well," says the man, "several years ago I was cleaning the attic and I found this old lamp. When I rubbed it a Genie appeared and offered me two wishes. My first wish was that if I ever needed to pay for anything, I just put my hand in my pocket and the right amount of money will be there."

"That's brilliant!" says the bartender. "Most people would wish for a million dollars or something, but you'll always be as rich as you want for as long as you live!""That's right! Whether it's a gallon of milk, or a Rolls Royce, the exact money is always there," says the man.
"That's fantastic!" says the bartender. "You are a genius! ... Oh, one other thing sir, what's with the ostrich?"

The man replies, "Oh, my second wish was for a chick with long legs."


I love Sundays. They are my favourite day of the week! I especially love Sunday mornings when it rains a lot. I hope that there are a lot of rainy Sunday Mornings this Spring. No hurry mornings where you can sleep in while listening to the sound of the rain hitting the roof.Sleep late, fix breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, toast and orange juice. Yum! Then hit the shower. Watch a little television or surf the internet. Check email, then go back to bed.. St Patrick's Day is coming up. It is one of my favourite holidays, and I hope that it falls on a Sunday. Easter, another one of my favourites, always falls on a Sunday. I love this holiday. I get to spend it with my family and I do not have to worry at all about work. Joy!

Friday, March 03, 2006


Jokes. I love to hear em. Email them to me! Post them here! I'll start. What has 22 legs and 4 teeth? The first two front rows at a Willie Nelson concert!