By The Wiz
I have been slacking around here lately. Mostly because I can. Ah, the beauty of a group blog. Also, because I have newly diagnosed diabetes, and that has been taking up much of my thoughts and actions lately, and I don’t want to post about diabetes constantly, because, really, who wants to hear that? Heather thinks I should start a diabetes blog like her PKD one, but 2 blogs? Oh, the exhaustion! Just THINK of how that would cut into my Facebook time.
That was your cue to tell me to turn off the computer and read to my children.
Speaking of reading, I just wasted a good chunk of time today downloading and reading Midnight Sun. It’s all whatsherbucket’s fault. Don’t judge me.
I missed the Oscars entirely last night. And yet, I still feel complete. Huh. I don’t go to movies very often anymore, and I usually make a point to see entertaining ones. I mean, if I’m going to blow that much money on babysitting and tickets and whatnot, it better be worth it, and frankly, the artsy ones usually aren’t worth it for me. So I rarely see anything that’s nominated for anything, because I am a shallow, shallow, person who likes romantic comedies (clever ones! NOT dumb ones!) and Austen flicks and have never heard of ‘The Reader.’ Go ahead and judge me. I’m cool with it.
Oh yeah, and speaking of movies, I got “Nights in Rodanthe” in the mail recently because of that romantic comedy thing, and not to ruin it for anybody or anything, but man, not so comedic. I was bitter about it for days because I had just gotten sucked into watching a movie aired on Valentine’s Day with a very similar ’not-so-comedic’ bent, and I have decided that having a Netflix (well, technically Blockbuster, but same deal) account means I watch a lot of mediocre movies due to the fact that they feel a lot freer than renting one at a time, and I somehow think if I don’t have 3 DVD’s in my house that I am wasting money. I know, I make no sense. Don’t judge me. (What’s in your queue? Is it good?)
Now would be the time to tell me to turn off the movies and read to my children.
On the upside, I now blame everything on my diabetes. I’m like Turk on Scrubs. Totally me. Camping in Maine? Ooooh, that sounds so fun, but….I’m diabetic. The fact that I hate camping and cold and “nature” and stuff is not related at all. I’m just really worried about my insulin and the lack of refrigeration and whatnot.
Yes, I know I said I wouldn’t talk about diabetes anymore. I lied horribly.
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