Funny Stories, Rasterbator, Middle Name Meme, Other Stuff that Catches My Eye


I. Totally. LOVE. This!!!!!!

Here is the original picture

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here is the Rasterbator pictures found from  here ‘The Not Martha site’

Let me know if the Raster link doesn’t work, I will get the right one…

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yah, well, my son put it together so thats why you see tape……

more pics on Flickr, click on sidebar 

A blog post on anger, a very good one here

What not to name your blog, here

Hate dealing with telemarketers? Read this, from one who knows here

I also was a telemarketer, for about 4 days, I was young not 18 yet, I hated it, in my home town there were alot of old people, well, it seemed like a lot because every one I called was old, on a fixed income, lost a spouse, etc….

Now I try really, really hard to be nice to people who call, I have a hard time saying no when the cause is worthy and that post is just a reminder when the phone rings…..

The funny story I was gonna tell about the emergency room visit was these two things:

 Out of the 4 times I have been to the emergency room 3 were my sons fault:

1. year 1993, my sons birth at 3 am {you women know the deal}

2. About 16 years ago, a psycho ex-boyfriend kicked my apt. window in my face and hand, had to have a couple stitches in my right hand and glass taken out of my head

3. about 5 years ago, on mothers day, my son was pushing me on his scooter {per my request} and I went down and heard the snap, broke the little bone in my lower leg right up next to the knee, was just around the corner from my house when it happened

4. the most recent incident, the boy and I were wrestling and he was on top and I pushed him back and his 132 pound steel butt landed on my foot. I heard it sssnap. see the rest of the story here and here.

The other funny story {and you would had to have been here for this one} My hubby

 is not very good in a clutch:

. Slang. to become tense with fright; panic (sometimes fol. by up):
13. Sports. an extremely important or crucial moment of a game: He was famous for his coolness in pitching in the clutch.
14. any critical position or situation; emergency:
17. dependable in crucial situations: a clutch player.

During times of crisis my darling hubby gets well, should I say, nervous, he gets the laugh, starts telling stupid jokes {more than usual} and get basically befuddled.

The last time I hurt my leg, my hubby states “It’s late, make up your mind if you want to go to the emergency room, I have to go to bed for work tomorrow” yes, an actual quote.

This time, he drove and took all the wrong turns, which led us to the waterfront. Way far away from the hospital. I don’t know if he was just nervous because I was in pain and  screaming at him to make the [right] turns or what, but he even missed the emergency entrance, ya know, the one with the big red signs everywhere.

From Total Trannys site: even tho he didn’t officially tag me, I’ve got nothing better to do.

Players, you must list one fact that is somehow relevant to your life for each letter of their middle name. If you don’t have a middle name, use the middle name you would have liked to have had. 

L=Loser, I’ve lost my life to gain it for Jesus, Matthew 16:24

  24Then Jesus said to his disciples, “If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. 25For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me will find it. 26What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole world, yet forfeits his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?

Y=Yearning, yearning for the joy of the Lord, only unable to achieve it because my sinful controlling self stops me from the full potential I have in Him.

N=nutty, yeah the mental kind

3. Slang.

a. silly or ridiculous: a nutty suggestion.
b. eccentric; queer.
c. insane.
d. very or excessively interested, excited, or the like: He’s nutty about Mexican food.
4. full of flavor or zest; lively; stimulating; meaty: He offered several rich, nutty ideas on the subject.

N=neat freak; neatnik Unabridged (v 1.1)Cite This Source

neat·nik [neet-nik] Pronunciation KeyShow IPA Pronunciation

–noun Slang.

a person who is extremely neat about surroundings, appearance, etc. Unabridged (v 1.1)
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006.

American Heritage DictionaryCite This Source

neat·nik       (nēt’nĭk)  Pronunciation Key 
n.   One who is habitually neat and orderly.

Well, thats all folks, the doctor says I’m to go to a specialist.

Because I’m mostly concerned with re-injury due to the fact I work-out a lot, a sports medicine doctor is in the works.

Still using ice and elevating it. My son took me outside in the transport wheelchair we own. He was soooo embarrassed.

 I didn’t care, I just wanted some sun. Maybe I will venture out again tomorrow.

Blessings, Kristina

About Kristina

50 year old Christian lady, knitter, pet sitter/walker, bible collector, crafter, little business owner, thrill seeker (only when shopping at thrift stores for tremendous bargains) my animals servant, a child of God, saved, redeemed and trying to be joyful in a fallen world.

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