Thursday, November 01, 2007

Uh oh...

Why did I say I would blog every day for a month? What if I can't think of something to say? HAHAHAHAHA

Tonight is The Office and Grey's. The friends will be coming to pile up on the sofa. I'll make coffee and tea and probably something else and we will watch stuff until we're too sleepy to stay awake. That's when the friends will get in their cars and drive away which seems risky.

I shopped our car insurance with Geico today and we save money by staying with AllState. Sorry really cute and well spoken lizard.

I recently discovered Buffalo Sauce at Chick-fil-A, it's the perfect dip for nuggets. We only had about 8 trick-or-treaters last night. Emma carved an Emo pumpkin and I was like, "What's Emo?" and she said it's short for emotional. John has to wear a heart monitor for a month and get an echo-cardiogram so we can figure out why his heart freaks out sometimes. We parched the pumpkin seeds and they are really good. I'm about to finish off an entire sleeve of fun-sized Snicker bars. Mike made an iPod trick-or-treat mix last night and one of the songs was, "We Are The Children". Remember that compilation? It was fun guessing and naming all the singers. Mike has really great ideas. ADD post complete.

11 comments:

Annie said...

Ping-pong posts are my favorite.

Marie-Claire said...

My dad, while listening to We Are The World, can not only identify who is singing, but also who is playing drums, produced and wrote the song. He also knows all the trivia like how some hot-shot left the studio because he didn't have enough solo lines.

He tells me the same things everytime it comes on.

molly said...

We Are The World makes me sway, toe tap, and hold my ear so I can pretend I'm harmonizing. I don't even know what the means. But I do know my sister and I made a video trying to be all those stars. Especially Cyndi Lauper and LaToya Jackson.

ManUtd17 said...

According to Wikipedia, it was Waylon Jennings who walked out of the WATW recording.

seantk said...

That was some awesome and hilarious stream-of-consciousness.

nysewanders said...

I love your thoughts and i wish I was piled on your couch right now:)

Annie said...

I think Jeff DeJ and Molly should re-record the song.

And have Bill storm out of the studio because he does not have enough solo lines.

(He is such a princess. Just like Waylon Jennings.)

ManUtd17 said...

As the legend goes, Waylon walked out because he wanted to sing a line in Swahili. Geldof told him they don't speak Swahili in Ethiopia.

Beats all you ever saw, been in trouble with the law, since the day they were born.

Not sure how that translates in Swahili.

brad said...

I believe the children are the future.

Caroline, don't worry about your post's content. Just keep doing what you do.

Melinda said...

National Blogging month! So fun. I laughed really hard. I haven't blogged about this yet but my friend Kayla was over here making jack-o-lanterns out of watermelons. (We don't have pumpkins in Ghana) Anyway, hers was "emo." :)

Jennie B said...

Lizards shouldn't be trusted anyway - even cute ones (like there are any). They're bad bad bad.