Monday, December 31, 2007

good stuff (or, what the hell is keeping me up at this hour)

First, my meager attempt at planning resolutions for the new year is over here. Go see; cheer me on.
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Next, tomorrow is the last day of my lazy-posting life. And perhaps my sanity as we know it (which is showing some spots of wear). Cheer some more.
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Thirdly (which I don't believe is really a word; if so, it is a bad one and I shant use it again), my Cowboys lost (badness) but while that was happening, I was adoring Mr. Tumnus James McAvoy with all of my heart (gladness). Let's enjoy him again right now:


Oh. So much better.

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And then, my partner in McAvoy adoration Lisa gave me this book, which will make my future (EVERYDAY) posts the picture of blog perfection.

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AND THEN - I have registered for the BlogHer conference and reserved a room at the superritzylushandelegant Westin St. Francis! I am praying (hourly) that Lisa & Kate can be there with me for a kick-ass girls' weekend in San Francisco. We'll be in Union Square, near a chocolate factory, with free wi-fi. Throw in a little you-know-who and it will be like heaven on Earth. Perhaps I'll begin praying by the minute...

4 comments:

Lisa Milton said...

You are such a night owl. ;)

I loved the movie last night; I think it is going to stay with me a long time.

I am trying to finagle the blogher trip. I have MANY obstacles I will have to cover but my guy and I are trying to figure it out.

(I don't like talking about it because it is utter sadness in my world, but moving has come up again. Yes, that's me, carrying on and blubbering.)

katydidnot said...

who is this james macavoy? i shall investigate. i will be there! i'm coming! i swear!

Mrs. G. said...

I love that you are going to blog 365 days....can't wait to cheer you on.

Also, perhaps a carpool to Blogher...I don't know if I go at this point, but that might be pretty fun.

Suzanne said...

Oh my... I hadn't seen that pic of James before. What a cutie. I dig him with the facial hair.

Have you seen "Becoming Jane"? If not, you must. There is a scene where Jane is dancing, looking around sadly for her missing love, and then suddenly lovely James dances into the frame with his haunting blue eyes... I'm telling you, Stephanie, I get a flutter in my gut every time I see it.

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