It's two! Two! Two memes in one!
Firstly, remember Kristen's 'Real Mom Meme'?
And my heinous response?
When my SSSM got a look at that post, she immediately made an appointment for a pedicure (which to me, on a list of fun things to do, ranks somewhere right above getting a tooth filled). I winced only a few times. I got a little hot, though, and the SSSM had to distract me during the [
grinding] filing of the nails that the sweet and [ deceptively] gentle-looking Asian woman was [ committing] performing.
So, CHECK IT, my friends. The update that I promised. I imagine that the piggies won't look this good for a l-o-n-g time to come, so I just wanted some photographic evidence and a few witnesses.
Behold the crimson loveliness.
Secondly, Deb at iobsess tagged me for the sweet seven-song meme that's going around (I feel like she asked me to play at recess...*glow of inclusion*)
For whatever reason, I feel more exposed by the 'show and tell' of the music than I did showing the bump pics, bathroom reading or even my grody feet. Perhaps it's because it brings flashbacks of being in record stores and bringing my humble (and unabashadley popular) [
albums] [ tapes] CDs to the counter and having the incredibly-bored-by-life, heavily modified, dirty denim and leather swathed, 18 year old cashier look from me to the item and back while wearing his ultra-cool, *knowing* smirk. I buy all my music online now--or in Barnes and Noble, where the cashiers are a little more--hrm--'mature.'
I also have a wide range of music that I appreciate. My ipod houses a large, [
schizophrenic] ecclectic collection. Music that doesn't really 'go together.' That's all.
Okay, here it goes. Seven songs I'm into right now (all on my ipod).
1. Pendulum Swinger, by The Indigo Girls
2. What Sarah Said, by Death Cab for Cutie
3. Everyday I Write the Book, by Elvis Costello
4. Hey, Girl, by Garrison Starr
5. Through the Dark, by KT Tunstall
6. Creeque Alley, by The Mamas and the Papas
7. Loves Me Like a Rock, by Paul Simon