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December 28, 2005

Rambling Randomly

I just got done checking out SiteMeter; someone did a search for "tightie preteens" and wound up here. Eeeeeewwwwww...gross!

I'm feeling better, thanks for the concern.

Son and I managed to get over to Weirton yesterday (after watching Husband let an oppossum out of the trap...don't ask), and while we checked out both Wal-Mart and KMart to find THE toys he wanted, we didn't find them. I didn't expect to, really. But Son picked out something else he wanted, which was fine with me, and I found some great deals on clothes for the younglings. I also picked up the Star Wars Trivial Pursuit game, complete with DVD's.

Which brings me to this confession: I'm getting sick of Star Wars. Really. The only reason I pay any attention anymore is to see my swooner dreamboat as young Obi Wan.

Daughter loves dancing around to those "Kidz Jamz" and "Worship Jamz" commercials that are ALWAYS being shown on Nickelodeon, so last night I put Worship Jamz on the stereo and watched her twirl around the dining room. Now, you ask, why does GroovyVic have a Christian music CD? Well, truth be told, I got a couple to play in the background at the church Harvest party back in October, and since them I've listened to them and I like them. The songs aren't any different from other pop songs, they just say Jesus and Lord, stuff like that. And we sing them in church...I get to practice.

Oh shut up.

Husband surprised me yesterday by not going to work. His boss gave him yesterday (Tues) and today (Weds) off, and we're all enjoying it.

Husband is right now singing "Smoke on the Water," only he's singing "Smoke on the water/ a turd in the bowl." Don't ask.

Last night, once the younglings were in bed, I watched one of the movies I got for Christmas: Auntie Mame. I love Rosalind Russell, and that movie is sooo much better than the 1974 musical version with Lucille Ball. I giggled over the portrayal of "conservatives" in that movie. So narrow minded and clenched jaw. "Rahlly, top drawah, dahling." Bigoted! An over the top caricature of Conservatives, and I hope that's not how we're viewed today.

Rahllly, dahling.

So, I think I'm done rambling randomly.

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Posted by Groovyvic at 08:35 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0)
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I used to listen to a hard rock band called King James that was a Christian rock band and they totally kicked ass. I saw a video of them on late-night TV one time and ran out to the Christian bookstore the next day and got the tape. I also like Christafari, which is a Christian reggae group. I first heard them on a public radio reggae program.

Ugh, I dread the day when the Branch and Blossom are old enough to get all excited about some character or movie and I have to get all that expensive licensed crap for it. Not looking forward to that!

Posted by: junebee at December 28, 2005 02:50 PM

I've liked several of the songs I've heard by Mercy Me. I saw an ad this morning for a Christian pop CD and the songs sounded great.

Thank the Lord, other than a couple Barney (bleck!) tapes, we didn't have the "Mommy, mommy, everyone has..." issues.

BTW, I loved this post! My dad will send me emails that are like a conversation. ('Oh shut up.') ;)

Posted by: Anna at December 28, 2005 05:11 PM