Do you have feelings of inadequacy?
Do you suffer from shyness?
Do you sometimes wish you were more assertive?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, ask your
doctor or pharmacist about Chardonnay.
Chardonnay is the safe, natural way to feel better and more
confident about yourself and your actions. Chardonnay can
help ease you out of your shyness and let you tell the world
that you're ready and willing to do just about anything.
You will notice the benefits of Chardonnay
almost immediately and with a regimen of regular doses you
can overcome any obstacles that prevent you from living the
life you want to live. Shyness and awkwardness will be a
thing of the past and you will discover many talents you
never knew you had. Stop hiding and start living, with
Chardonnay may not be right for everyone. Women who are
pregnant or nursing should not use Chardonnay. However,
women who wouldn't mind nursing or becoming pregnant are
encouraged to try it.
Side effects may include dizziness, nausea, vomiting,
incarceration, erotic lustfulness, loss of motor control,
loss of clothing, loss of money, loss of virginity,
delusions of grandeur, table dancing, headache, dehydration,
dry mouth, and a desire to sing Karaoke and play all-night
rounds of Strip Poker, Truth Or Dare, and Naked Twister.
* The consumption of Chardonnay may make you think you
are whispering when you are not.
* The consumption of Chardonnay may cause you to tell
your friends over and over again that you love them.
* The consumption of Chardonnay may cause you to think
you can sing.
* The consumption of Chardonnay may lead you to believe
that ex-lovers are really dying for you to telephone them at
four in the morning.
* The consumption of Chardonnay may make you think you
can logically converse with members of the opposite sex
* The consumption of Chardonnay may create the
illusion that you are tougher, smarter, faster and better
looking than most people.
Check out this Newsweek article from Sam Harris.
I think America could be ready for a woman in the Presidency (vice or Commander in Chief), but I don't think Palin is that woman. There are so many questionable things on how she'd act if she were to suddenly have to take over as president. I particularly liked Sam's speculations found on page 3:
Watching her deny to Gibson that she had ever harbored the slightest doubt about her readiness to take command of the world's only superpower, one got the feeling that Palin would gladly assume any responsibility on earth:
"Governor Palin, are you ready at this moment to perform surgery on this child's brain?"
"Of course, Charlie. I have several boys of my own, and I'm an avid hunter."
"But governor, this is neurosurgery, and you have no training as a surgeon of any kind."
"That's just the point, Charlie. The American people want change in how we make medical decisions in this country. And when faced with a challenge, you cannot blink."
I'm scared just thinking about this.
It seems like we've had less than ideal weather the last 3 weekends and I'm so excited because Jeff and I are finally going to Cedar Point for Halloweekends. I've always liked CP but last year was the first time I'd ever gone after the summer season ended. The park has such a different feel to it; or maybe it's being season passholders and not feeling rushed. And with the cooler temperatures, it's just more enjoyable. Can't wait!!
Tomorrow I'll be spending some quality time with my ex-sister-in-law doing some wedding dress shopping. I liked her from the moment I met her, some 18+ years ago (or something like that!). When she was married to my brother we used to joke around that if they ever got divorced I would go with her as part of the settlement. Little did we know... :o
After she and my brother divorced, we've always remained good friends and most times I still refer to her as my sister-in-law. Well, my brother got remarried last month and it just dawned on me that I really can't call her that anymore. Referring to her as my ex-sister-in-law doesn't sound that positive but to say that she's just a friend isn't right either. She's more than that. So it's high time I figured out a new title for her - just don't know what that is yet.
It ended up being an emotionally charged weekend for me. I was in Columbus and ended up going to a bridal store to try on a few dresses. That was a bit surreal but fun at the same time. Later that evening while at home, I was working on a baby cardigan sweater that I was hired to knit but it wasn't going well. The pink yarn that I was using was less than ideal and was very difficult to work with. I accidentally dropped some stitches and when I went to rip back my work found that the evil pink yarn fused itself to the surrounding yarn and wouldn't undo. I got more and more frustrated and before you know it I'm on the floor bawling. And it really wasn't about the knitting project anymore. Trying on wedding dresses and not having my mom with me was the real issue. It just seemed all wrong and my poor cardigan sweater took the brunt of of my anxiety.
After lots of comfort from Jeff, some whirlpool therapy, and a late night ice cream sundae, I was feeling better. The sweater, however, met its death and found its way into the trash.
During our nightly unwind in the hot-tub I finally saw my first shooting star. It seems odd that I'd be in my late 30's and have never seen one, but it's true. It was a nice finish to a productive day. Well that, and the hot fudge sundae I had. :)