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We like to party

Or at least in my mind. The madness that is the Super Bowl is over.  I was invited to several get togethers but chose to stay home. Last week was pretty rough at work. I slept in Sunday until 11:30 a.m. For there, I created my own party for one. I had teriyaki chicken that I had marinated, french onion dip, miniature chocolate cupcakes, honey barbecue chicken wings, tons of red punch, honey butter toast and chicken salad. It was a nice spread that I eating on for the rest of the week. It started as an afternoon of pure laziness filled with magazines, the Sunday paper and marathon of Toddlers and Tiarias. This show has become my new guilty pleasure.

My favorite is this little girl name Mackenzie. This child is a piece of work. My thing--you can't be a little diva with a pacifer in your mouth. I flipped the Super Bowl and that marathon. I am not a football fan so I tried not to fall asleep. The Glee episode was okay. I am not a Gleek but have friends who are so I promised them I would watch it. It was so-so.

Today is my partial day off. Tonight I have a meeting to cover. I am not looking forward to it. I brought a Dancing with the Stars dvd to work out to. I suck at it but it is so much fun trying to keep up with them. I think that is the whole point. Just get your butt up and move.

Daily Dose

1. Found my camcorder.

2. Might know this week if JJ is coming for spring break.

3. Met a real hero--a 22 year-old who rescued a man from a burning car.

Comments

  1. If I had a child like Mackenzie I would die!! What a brat.

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  2. Your blog always makes me smile. I love your daily dose. I don't like Toddlers and Tiaras b/c I don't think I could ever put my child through that... or is it I don't know who is worse, the child or the parents? But I am guilty of loving my trash t.v. The food sounds delish! Do you share recipes???

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