Monday, June 21, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Drop Dead Gorgeous, 1999
I browsed web sites with women's birth stories on them. (Sister-in-law, Cadie pregnant! :D Aaahhhhhh!!! :)
Well...I probably read hundreds of birth stories, and was struck by the fact that the vast majority of HOSPITAL (oh really!?) birth stories were negative. Probably 90% or more of them expressed disappointment, frustration, anger, and feelings of violation or betrayal regarding the way the women who wrote them were treated in the hospital.
I hate-HATE hospital/Dr./etc.!!! (June - Nov 2006 / 2 strokes, lots and lots seizures, BLOOD CLOTS!! Well, I almost died...)
My husband and me...a unassisted water birth...period!!!
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Acorn...a sweet little felt acorn to pin to your winter sweater or warm tweedy coat.
Monday, June 14, 2010
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Monday, June 7, 2010
Friday, June 4, 2010
Hollis P. Wood: You sneaky little batards aren't getting doodly sh@# from me, except maybe my name, rank, and Social Security number: Wood, Hollis P., Lumberjack, Social Security 106-43-2185.
Pickens was born Louis Burton Lindley, Jr. (June 29, 1919 – December 8, 1983) in Kingsburg, California, the son of Sally Mosher and Louis Bert Lindley, Sr. He was an excellent rider from age 4 and quit school to join the rodeo at 12. He was told that working in the rodeo would be "slim pickings" (very little money), giving him his name, but he did well and eventually became a well-known rodeo clown — one of the most dangerous jobs in live entertainment.
An American rodeo performer and film and television actor who epitomized the profane, tough, sardonic cowboy, but who is best remembered for his comic roles, notably in Dr. Strangelove, 1941 and Blazing Saddles.