It's no secret that I'm anti-Bieber. That being said, really, what the hell is this? My eyes, my eyes! The pants, what the hell with the pants and the underwear?
In other TV news:
- Yay to JWoww & Roger's engagement
- Kevin Bacon is so awesome on The Following
- More of The Americans please
Bucks County friends! Save the date - Monday, April 1, Buffalo Wild Wings 2763 E. Lincoln Highway, Langhorne PA 19047, 11 a.m. - midnight: Please head there for lunch or dinner, tell your server you're there for the MS Fundraiser and 10% of your check will go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
There will be a Phillies vs. Redsox ticket raffle too. There's no easier way to support a great cause - you've gotta eat, and you can make a difference doing it. Thanks to the the lovely Maddox ladies for fundraising for such an important cause close to them.
MFD had his first post-op appointment on Monday morning. Our friend Joe hooked us up with an awesome doctor at Penn Orthopedics who said everything looks good in the healing process. MFD got his stitches removed (totally not what I wanted to watch happen at 8:15 a.m. on the Monday after Daylight Savings) and got a hard cast, which has already improved his mobility. He has some of his independence back, and he doesn't have to have his leg up for 23 hours a day anymore, which is a relief to him and to me. It's hard to keep a Mexican jumping bean from jumping, you know what I'm saying? Plus, being in a cast, you don't have to worry about accidentally bumping the leg. Honestly I was nervous as shit about this down period since he is "dying" every time he gets a man cold, but he's really handled this so well and kept up with his business (which requires him to be on the go, so not a super easy thing to do in this state). I'm really proud of him. Four weeks in a cast, at least another four in another boot, and then the screws have to come out at 12 weeks, so another minor surgery. After that, PT. It's a long road ahead but things are going well and it's getting easier. And we haven't killed each other yet. High five to us.
I really really really really really really really love Google. I use it every day. I use it as a noun and a verb. Thank you, Google, for always being there for me.
Birthday week, birthday week. So far birthday plans include: a mani/pedi/brow wax on my lunch hour on Thursday, my gift from Lori. I'm off on Friday for my actual birthday. Things to do include: get a long overdue oil change (special times!), a massage, and a little shopping. I think I'm going to make dinner at home because after I get a massage I never feel like going anywhere. I feel like napping and laying and continuing my relaxing. And I feel like wearing yoga pants, not actual clothes. So I'll troll my pinterest boards for something awesome. Saturday: lunch with some of my favorite ladies at my Mom's house.
1. Three or four? In a super short dress with a Pete Rose haircut.
2. Family birthday party and awesome St. Paddy's party at Maria's.
3. Blowing candles out with my Grandmom, maybe three?
4. Celebrating in 2011.
5. I loved Strawberry Shortcake. My mom loved to give me boy haircuts. Thanks Mom for emailing me these old photos!
Book tales: Lori recommended The Good House to me. She meant B, but I got A from the library. A is scary as shit, you guys. I was like WHY did she recommend this, I am wet my pants afraid! I couldn't sleep after reading it. We finally figured out the mix-up on Monday morning when I was like Lori, I'm sorry, I cannot read this scary shit anymore. Do not read A unless you like demon scary things! I requested B from the library and exhaled.
Ecard of the week, this made me laugh and laugh. Seriously, we've all been there. Go down! Go down! No no no! I pinned this as OPT - other people's toilets. hahahaha
Tomorrow my college pal Jana will be posting here, and I will be posting over at her blog, Daily Money Shot. Don't miss either!
Have a great day!
Linking up with everyone's favorite fashionista, Shanna, for Random Wednesday.