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Friday~April 24, 2009

Do you remember that time I made a fool of myself at IKEA? No, not that recent thing where the boys fell over in the cart, that was a different time. I'm talking about the time I was rapping. Well, if you don't know that story, you can read it over at 5 Minutes for Parenting today.

It's the funniest story you've ever read in your whole entire life! (Or something.)

(You could go over there and read it and maybe even leave a comment if you want so I don't look like a total loser.)

I haven't had much computer time this week (like hardly at all), and so I've been doing lots of thinking about technology and relationships and true connection and all that. I've got an intriguing post on the subject brewing. So wait on pins and needles for that.

Happy Friday!

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K and/or K said...

I am looking forward to your post Heather! Have a nice Friday.

Megan@SortaCrunchy said...

i'll be waiting. pins and needles even! that was truly a funny story and you are truly a funny lady. thanks for the giggles this morning.

Abra said...

I love the rapping story... it's hilarious on my way over right now to read and laugh again!

Deb said...

i'm holding my breath! and i don't have very good lung capacity, so hurry!

better go check out your post. i don't want to miss reading about your foolishness. i absolutely never make a fool of myself, so i have to read other people's stories. : )

Eowyn said...

Pins and needles are the best!

Carrie said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog! I really enjoyed your 5MFP post today- hilarious! Tonight I was rocking out in the car with my son & laughed just thinking of your post. Looking forward to looking around on your blog more! :)

Kazzy said...

I always look forward to your posts. No teasers necessary. Hope you rekindle your computer relationship soon! :)

Mammatalk said...

Love, love the story! I did something similar once. No rapping, just lots of butt crack exposing with my too tight pre-pregnancy pants. I turned around and it was Mark Harmon waiting patiently for me to get out of his way. True story.

I can't believe I 'fessed up to that!

Congrats on the feature. I am going to try this rapping thing.

Less Toil Traci said...

beautiful new blog...love it.

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