I know my last post was all about gratitude. And I know it's freaking boring to do another one with the same theme. But I figure since I usually spend such a disportionate amount of time bitching and moaning, I should take full advantage of my current good-cheer. So this post is a big thank you to my fellow-bloggers, Andrea and Kim. Although to be honest, I'm a little loathe to bundle all of us in the same category. I'm so far below them in the blogger leagues, it's embarassing. Kind of like me comparing myself to Lady Gaga. Yes we both sing sometimes, and yes we're both mad as hatters after a couple of tequilas, but that's where the similarities end. No, on second thoughts, the similarities actually end with our bank balances. Damn you and your eternal riches, Lady Gaga.
So anyway, thanks to Kim who is running a fantastic Fei'd giveaway on her blog. Enter now if you want to win free Fei'd (and a copy of my children's book). Lady Gaga, you can't enter. You're not eligable on account of your eternal riches. Your loony craziness is kinda awesome though, so feel free to go by our site and whip out that titanium credit card.
And a big thank you to Andrea who gave us a shout-out last week. You probably won't be reading this since you're on vacation with your 67 pairs of underwear, but YOU ROCK!
And I know this is supposed to be a grateful, good cheer post, but I can't help myself. I just have to rant. To the crazy woman with the topless visor-hat (and by that, I mean her hat was topless, not her... just clarifying), thanks a million for cutting me off on the highway and almost killing us. Okay, that is a slight exaggeration, she didn't almost kill us. But she could have. And that's enough. The incident does however prove my theory once and for all - you can categorically judge a person's driving ability by their headwear. And topless visor-hats are reserved for those that crawl directly from the primordial driving ooze.
So if the DMV is reading this, please make a point of reviewing headwear during a driving exam. The presence of a topless visor-hat should qualify as an automatic fail. It's just as dangerous as running a red light or hitting a pedestrian. Becasue it's only a matter of time before the wearer does something equally dangerous. So in this case, prevention is definitely better than cure. You're welcome.
Phew, I feel better now! Happy Friday everyone!