Tuesday, March 25, 2008
If your husband tells you, "Sure, I can trim up the boy's hair." , be sure and distract him. Then, run, take him to Super Cuts, Fantastic Sam's, or Great Clips. But don't turn him loose with a trimmer. Hunnybunny really thought he could do it, but the more he took off, the more he had to take off, if you know what I mean.
I loved Johnny Depp as Edward! In fact, back in Tennessee, someone named their salon, "Scissorhands" after this movie.
It was all smiles at first. Pickle posed for the camera. But as this haircut progressed, he was looking more and more like....an inmate!
See, even Pickle is astonished at the amount of hair he lost!
Here's the smile I love! What a good sport he is! The haircut does make you notice his big, baby blues!
And here's the cheesy one. He does this one when he wants something...followed by a big "PULEEEEEEEEEEZE!"
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
I don't claim to be an expert on men, but let me tell you about a recent phenomenon I found....there are rules regarding the wearing of socks. Since Hunnybunny and I married in 2002, these rules have dominated and I was totally unaware of them. Finally, I asked him to break the silence so we can all be educated.
Top Ten Rules for Wearing Men's Socks
1. Socks can match either the shirt or pants.
2. Hunnybunny prefers that they match the pants because they blend in better.
3. You wear causal or dress socks with casual or dress shoes.
4. Never with sneakers.
5. Don't wear athletic socks with casual shoes. (running socks with oxfords)
6. Never wear dress socks with sneakers.
7. If you wear black shoes, then you wear black socks.
8. And if you wear white sneakers, then you need white socks.
9. You can wear patterned dress socks with solid dress suit.
10. And the cardinal rule is: Don't wear tube socks with shorts.
Also here's a link to some style rule commandments.
Sunday, March 16, 2008
Saturday, March 8, 2008
Oh, he doesn't mean to be. He simply flies in the face of everything you've ever been brought up to believe about the kitchen, cooking, utensils, and procedures. Being the daughter of restaurant owners, sister to a sous chef, and not a half bad cook myself, this guy just grates on every one of my nerves.
Here are the top ten reasons why:
10. Hunnybunny likes him He really admires the way he cooks. Now he's getting more courageous in the kitchen. The jury is still out on if I'm liking that, but he does cook allot more. Now, if only he'd clean up!
9. I really hate the cheesy openings he does. And the gimmicks he does. Hasn't anybody told the guy that most people channel surf until he gets done with that?
8. Most of the time, he talks so fast I can't catch it all. I'm not sure he's a southern boy, but I could be wrong. He does live outside of Atlanta, but he talks like he's from up north somewhere.
7. He makes an entire program out of one food. I'd like to see what he can do making an entire meal....like Rachel Ray.
6. He makes me feel like I don't know what I'm doing in the kitchen. Dude, I grew up in the back of a southern restaurant. (My earliest memory is the smell of the bleach sanitizing dish pan.) I might know what I'm doing, but not when you're on TV.
5. Hunnybunny tells me while I'm cooking, "But Alton says.....". and now we are buying even more kitchen gadgets, like whisks. Whatever happened to using a fork to beat your eggs?
4. He uses "Uh" as a catch phrase. I guess that's not enough to dislike him for. The idea is to get you to watch the show and I'm told that appeals to his male audience.
3. He refers to himself as "The Culinary Bill Nye". Yes, he does take the science of cooking to the masses, but that's quite a boast. Bill Nye rocks!
2.Now we have to watch him every time "Good Eats" comes on, regardless of whether someone else would like to watch something.
1. He cooks so much better than me! As Stan Lee would say, ' Nuff said.
Friday, March 7, 2008
Pickle has been learning why to dial 9-1-1 and apparently he's learned how. He hands the phone to me saying, "9-1-1, Mommy,9-1-1." He got a 'boo-boo' on his toe when he tripped and thought she should know about it.
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The other funny this week was as I was changing his clothes. "You can't see me, Mommy."
"Yes, I can, and even your tinney, heeny, hiney(tush).(hey, I don't make fun of your family-isms.)"
"No you can't, Mommy, my butt isn't open." It'll take a minute, but you'll figure it out.