Saturday, November 29, 2008


I'm sitting at home watching Wall-E and it occurs to me.

I want a robot.

Now that I've got that out of my system, let's move on.

Last week at the coffee shop a friend of the customer I was serving referred to me as "the help". Like, her friend was all "Hey how is it going? Is R or J here? (R and J being my boss) No? Oh well—I'll have a grande nonfat sugar bear (or whatever). And then her friend is all "Who are R and J?" and the first lady is all "Oh I just chat with them when they're here—we have conversations about business" and the second lady is all "Wow. You must be here a lot if you're on a first name basis with the help."

And I was like "Lady, your housekeeper hates you. The I'll-Kill-You-In-Your-Sleep kind of hates you". I know it's wrong to assume that she even has a housekeeper, but you know she does. And you know that her housekeeper hates her. I'm actually very comfortable with that fact.

(I may or may not have just told that story like a 13 year old girl who reads Twilight (YEAH THAT'S RIGHT I SAID IT) but I'm okay with that))

And speaking of Twilight, I think I want to see it provided I'm like...drunk and looking for the lulz. Who is in?

On that note, I'm going to finish Wall-E. It's the most awesome movie and I still want a robot.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Black AmEx count

Alexa: 1
Emily: 2

Emily > Alexa

Saturday, November 15, 2008

It Occurs To Me

It occurs to me that I haven't updated in like FOREVS.

So lets go back. Wwaaaayyyy back. To Election day.
I voted and didn't get a sticker. I was pissed.
--That's the end of that story.

My cat, Mouse, is staring at me in a way that makes me wonder if she'll try to kill me while I sleep. She has more toes than a normal cat, like Ernest Hemingway, and it's entirely possible she could do it.

I have a crush on my ballroom dancing teacher. I also just generally love ballroom dancing. It's good fun and I'm good at it.

And one last thing-I saw the New James Bond movie, Quantum of Solace. Daniel Craig is gorgeous. Like I said to Emily--

Me: /go see James Bond
Emily: ok
Me: James Bond is HOT
Emily: duh
Emily: last one was amazing
Me: Like "feel free to climb up me and have your way with me Mr Bond because if anything, I'll help/encourage you and not be all "I AM AN ICY BIATCH" because you is SEXY"
Emily: oooooooooooooooooooooooooh
Me: with his pretty blue eyes

Anyway. I've got a few stories from the coffee shop/my life and I promise promise to share tomorrow. But right now, it's some IRON CHEF BIATCH.

Southern California is burninating

Friday, November 14, 2008

My life is lame

Except when I get to say things like this:

I met the fab MK&A Olsen on Wednesday night.

That is all.

Thursday, November 6, 2008


The other day (Monday? Tuesday?), I finally got to experience the joy.

I held my first Black AmEx.

(And Alexa, I TOTES THOUGHT OF YOU at the time.)

That is all.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Monday, November 3, 2008

Get Out The Vote

Now this is all I'll say.
Go vote.

And I'm off to vote tomorrow. And if I don't get a damn "I Voted" sticker, peeps will have a riot on their hands. I vote for the sticker.

I also have a crush on my ballroom dancing instructor.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Emily has a serious post

Charlotte Ann Bauer (nee Schmidt) of Arbor Vitae, WI, formerly of Muskego, died on October 31, 2008 at the age of 81 in La Plata, MD. She was preceded in death by her parents Frank and Lillian (nee Stiewe) Schmidt; her siblings Ralph Schmidt, Marge Haberkorn, Frances Domanski, Edward Schmidt, John Schmidt, Florence Longhurst, Marie Schaff, and Joan Dienberg; and her dear friends Joe and Annie Sorsak. She is survived by her husband of 54 years Victor Bauer; her loving daughter Vicki (Brian) Rehm of La Plata, MD; beloved grandchildren Emily, Abbey, and Nicholas Rehm; stepchildren Victor (Linda) Bauer Jr. of Eagle River, WI, Arlene (Wayne) Keller of Eagle River, WI, and Robert (Sharon) Bauer of Conover, WI; siblings Lorraine Schmidt, Frank Schmidt, Robert Schmidt, Richard Schmidt, and Audrey Manz; and many nieces, nephews, step-grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She was an employee of the Howard Young Medical Center until her retirement.