Tuesday, February 24, 2009

MAC Cosmetics Hello Kitty Collection Ad

Alice in a pinkified Wonderland goes down a distinctly yoni-esque "rabbit hole" and it just gets stranger from there. Wrong on several levels, but like the proverbial train wreck, I just couldn't stop watching.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Long day. Nutshell version.

Went to doctor and had a suture removed. No, I haven't had another surgery since the big one in 2007. It's a long story and probably TMI for most. Making it be gone was not a pleasant thing. Should be feeling better tomorrow. Just glad it's gone now.

I've been randomized into the half of the clinical trial that gets to try the Flexitouch therapy, not the control group. That is awesome news. More doctor appointments to follow, though. Comes with the territory.

Two of our rats, Dureena and Delenn, have metastasized cancers. NOT awesome news. Meds will help keep them comfortable for a while yet, with luck. The vet and technician were both impressed with how loving and sweet the girlies were during their visit.

My Mister is awesome.

Heroes was very tense tonight. Black hat? White hat? How dark can a gray hat get before it's undeniably black? How can you tell if it's black or just covered in soot?

It's past my bedtime. Am clicking "publish post" and going to bed.

Monday, February 9, 2009

firefoks has crashed

funny pictures of cats with captions
more at icanhascheezburger

I really appreciated the first lol I saw at cheezburger this morning, so I'm sharing.

My computer was out of commission for much of the weekend. Got it fixed, but due to a broken hinge it still needs to get shipped back to HP. The good news is, the hinge in question is under recall, so I don't have to pay for that.

I'm getting some extra snuggle time from the cats this morning. I lost my footing in a brain fog this morning while going down the stairs. I took the last half of the steps in full, bumpy, limbs flailing, obey-gravity mode. Nothing broken. But now I've got the aches and pains of the fall on top of my normal daily pain. So right now, Missy Tash, who is usually reserved with me, has curled up on my lap and settled in to provide her services as a fuzzy, purring hot water bottle.

I'll log in and work from home a bit later, when the aches subside to a dull roar. Then out for a regularly scheduled doc appt across town.

For now, I'll indulge in "cat gravity" therapy.