Happy birthday to blog buddy El Capitan!
Some Blogthings, because I can never resist:
You Are a Heart
Your life philosophy can be summed up as, "Love like you've never been hurt."
Your greatest wish is to have harmony in all of your relationships.
You can't help loving people, even when they're incredibly flawed.
You are a true romantic, and you are willing to give almost anyone a second chance.
(A tip of the cap to Sourpuss.)
You Are Most Like Charlotte!
You are the ultimate romantic idealist
You've been hurt before, but that hasn't caused you to give up on love.
If anything, your resolve to fall in love is stronger than ever.
And it's this feminine optimism that men find most appealing about you.
Romantic prediction: That guy you are seeing (or crushing on)?
Could be very serious - if you play your cards right!
This one reminds me of Tammi, whose birthday I missed this week:
You Are Bare Feet
You are a true free spirit, and you can't be tied down.
Even wearing shoes can be a little too constraining for you at times!
You are very comfortable in your own skin.
You are one of the most real people around. You don't have anything to hide.
Not a Blogthing, but just as interesting:
Blame this one on Pammy.
You know, for someone who the media heaped praise on when he was running against Hillary, they sure are piling on Obama now:
Barack Obama has long been his party's presumptive nominee. Now he's becoming its presumptuous nominee.Yeesh.
You know, I kind of wondered about this myself, but shook it off as the kind of conspiracy theory that only nutballs, loons and wingnuts believe are true. Looks like maybe it's not so nutty a theory.
Leave it to Chicago's aldermen to once again consider using a sledge hammer when a flyswatter would do just fine:
Chicago. Gotta love it.
Giggle of the Day:
more cat pictures
Enough, already! You'd think people would be smart enough to know not to walk and text as they're crossing the street, but, noooooooooooooo. That doesn't mean, however, that we need to have new legislation banning the practice. Ugh. You can't legislate smarts.