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1. When I’m sick I’m cranky and just want to be left the hell alone.

2. When I take a walk, I think about how happy my dog is when he gets to leave the yard to go smelling new smells.

3. Money can’t buy happiness but it can allow me to open a retirement sanctuary for old dogs that no one wants to adopt.

4. Cotton makes me think of cool clothes and crisp sheets and leather makes me feel vaguely guilty.

5. The strangest person/character I’ve had lewd thoughts about was Angel as a puppet in the episode Smile Time.

6. My favorite color these days is sky blue because the summer has finally cooled off, and I love to sit outside in the breeze and look at the wispy clouds in the sky.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I’m looking forward to reading one of the new books that I’m going to buy today, tomorrow my plans include taking Dannan to get his nails cut and to the dog park (or to see my parents) and Sunday, I want to revel in having the house to myself (and maybe have a big PARTY!  Just kidding, don’t all show up, ok?)!

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Well, I finally accepted that no kitchen fairy was going to come and clean up our kitchen (I think that such fairies are called brownies, but I could be wrong), so I dragged my butt off the couch and got to it.  I really don’t mind washing dishes, once I start.  It’s the getting started that takes me forever.

One of the things I noticed was that I had quite the collection of empty prescription pill bottles on the counter.  (I would have taken a picture, but I didn’t think of it; and if I had, I would never have been able to take a picture that didn’t show what a disaster the kitchen was.  Seriously, way worse than you can imagine.)  It looked like we hosted a successful pharm party, and all the empties were stacked up waiting to be cashed in.  All those plastic bottles, made of that orange-tinted plastic and topped with those white child-proof lids.  I take a lot of pills.

I also listened to a new CD that Roomie got the other day.  Well, it’s not actually such a new (as in newly released) CD, as much as it is one that we just got.  It’s Acoustic Live in London! by the band Kane.  The lead singer is Christian Kane, who played Lindsey McDonald, the first evil adversary at Wolfram and Hart.  What’s that you say?  You don’t know what I’m talking about?  Get thee to Future Shop (or wherever you get DVDs where you are) and check out the series Angel.  You won’t be disappointed.  (Well, you might be, but don’t tell me about it.  I take my Angel seriously.)  Lindsey McDonald, aside from sharing the same first name with me, is about the yummiest villain ever.  Don’t get me wrong, my heart belongs to Angel, but damn!

Ahem, where was I?  Yes, the new CD.  Roomie told me that I really had to listen to it, it was great.  I told myself, no new CD until you clean the kitchen, missy.  (And yes, I do talk to myself.  Frequently.)  And for me, the best part of housework and chores is the music.  Loud, and preferably something I can sing along to.  (I try to do my housework when I’m alone in the house, because I don’t think it’s something people need to witness.)

Finally, my browser loaded the website for Kane, and I can link to it.  If you go there, don’t get discouraged if your browser says the site is busy.  Keep trying;  it’s worth it.  I’m not great at categorizing music, but they’re kind of bluesy, kind of country.  Kind of awesome!

Anyway, I think that what I was trying to say is that it is FANTASTIC.

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