Monday, August 23, 2004

I don't even know where to start...
Bad news: I'm on day #8 without a day off - have 6 more to go. Brain is mush. Got a headache. Neck hurts, shoulders hurt, eyes won't stay open. Need coffee. Need massage. Need chocolate. Painting STILL not done.

Good news: Going to quit one of my restaurant jobs today. The Italian one. The new owners scare me. I found out about them swearing at, and frightening a friend of mine that is a representative for "Entertainment". You know, the big book with all the restaurant and hotel coupons? (Buy one, get one free kind of thing.) They made her cry and now I want to make THEM cry. She is actually contemplating filing a police report. I hope she does...

New project: Going to write a book!! It will be called "Crazydogmama tails" - or something like that. I am going to compile a bunch of my lunatic dog stories, add pictures, and put it together like a collection. I want to include cameo appearances from my fellow dogmamas (or papas) online if they are willing to, and WANT to contribute. Take your funniest fuzbutt story, add a picture, and send it to me! I get the mula, you get the fame! :-D I have to put together some sort of "waiver" for you - but we'll worry about that later. This is a really fun little project - but I have no idea if it will ever get published. I may get no mula. They may just put me in the looney bin. (eventhough I already live in one..hehe) Everyone who contributes will get a free copy of the finished product, published or not - and I will include a special thanks in the intro. I'll be working on this in my SPARE time. ha!

Most exciting thing this weekend: Seeing "Exorcist: The Beginning" with my stepson. The movie was so-so, a little too "Hollywood" for me, but my stepson was absolutely hysterical. He is 12. He watched the first one a few months ago after begging his dad to let him, and it scared the crap out him. He wanted to see this one - so we went to a matinee on Saturday. The whole way through the movie he had his hands over his ears -- not his eyes -- his ears. ????? When he got up to go to the bathroom, he STILL had his hands over his ears walking down the aisle. It took everything we had not to bust up! I could see other people in the theatre smiling too. He thought the movie was "SO COOL!" - however he slept with the light on in his bedroom all night. :) It was worth it just to see the dramatics...
There were some interesting previews - "The Saw" and "Constantine". I'll be seeing those. I love previews.

1 comment:

blah234897 said...

The music (or lack thereof) is ALWAYS what makes a movie scary for me! There is nothing more comical than watching a 26 year old cover her ears and hide her eyes as much as possible during tense scenes in scary movies!

I was the one that asked what kind of terriers you had. My BF's step mother breeds Norwich terriers.