Wednesday, October 05, 2005

This is my 100th Post!!

The century mark! How exciting! Does this mean I'm an official blogger now? Or just that I have too much time on my hands? Or maybe that the voices in my head speak so loudly that I have to write this crap down somewhere?

Whatever. Yay me! 100 Posts!

(Wish I had something fantastic and exciting to blog about...)

Anywho... Only 2 more days until Vegas! I am so ready for this vacation! Between the massive, immense, life draining, all consuming work*, the illnesses, the stress of The Dream versus The Reality and the Insomnia... I NEED A VACATION! I'm just saying, is all.

And it's a sad state of affairs over here y'all. I have a papercut. On my tongue! Stupid envelopes... And I only have half a thumbnail on my left hand due to a freak salsa making accident. Also, I am still a bit, er..., saddle sore from biking on Saturday.

I know, I know. Bitch, bitch, bitch.

But at least I have Vegas to look forward to! In fact the rest of this week isn't looking so shabby either. Tonight's agenda includes laundry, wine and more of the latest Diana Gabaldon book. Tomorrow is technically my Friday at work - which is ALWAYS a cause for celebration. Tomorrow night TheBoy and I are heading up to The City for a little belated birthday partying with a friend of his from college. And Friday? Friday we leave for Vegas!

Hide the Patron y'all, Tiffy is stocking up on the RedBull! Wahoo!

Of course, you know what happens after Vegas? After Vegas I have to actually sit down and look at The Future. And make plans. Also, decisions. About The Future.


But, as my heroine Scarlett would say, "I can't think about that now. I'll think about it tomorrow**. After all, tomorrow is another day."

*Hypothetical work I mean. Of course.

**Or in my case, Monday.


Anonymous said...

Vegas? You lucky, lucky girl. I'd give anything to get away right now. Have fun!

And congrats on your 100th post!

Liz said...

VEGAS!!!!!!!!!!!! Remember what happens in vegas , stays in vegas. I don't want your IFF's getting the wrong impression of me.