January 01, 2007

At last! something we can fix!

01-01-06--Get ready, get set, go! I mean go to work, Congress—not go to work campaigning.
Speaking of campaigning, aren’t ya’ll sick of all these never-will-win-couldn’t –win-if-they-were-three-times-as-good-as-they-are candidates? Where do they get their egos? Go home! You’re not part of the solution, you are part of the problem!
Our kids—Now comes research that our children are getting too many kidney stones from the salt in processed foods. At last! Something we can fix! How many of you moms and dads can stay home and cook nutritious meals for your family?
I didn’t think so.
I can barely find time to feed myself. But this news could be a blessing in disguise. I’m not a nutritionist, but couldn’t we scale down on the complexity of our meals and save time as well as improve the diet of our children? I’m thinking more salads, soups and sandwiches on whole wheat bread (hold the processed meats please).

Happy New Year, ya’ll! Let’s make it a good one!

On my DVD—The Devil Wears Prada—What a shallow, dumb, been done over and over movie. BUT I would watch Meryl Strep play solitaire on film, and she had the best hairdo I’ve seen in a long time.

On my TV—Still Keith Olbermann on Countdown.

On my bed table—The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman—since it was almost banned by our local school district, I thought I should reread it.

Quote du jour:
“Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground.”

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