Because of my sister, I spent a good hour at YouTube recently watching every possible version of Solja Boy's "Crank Dat," starring every familiar, beloved children's character imaginable. I think the one starring Barney and Friends is my favorite. Can't stop laughing.
And then, day before yesterday, out of the blue, there was a poignant reminder of the wonder and glory that used to be readily available to The Internets, courtesy of Ze Frank. Oh, Ze. Please, please, come back. You say you miss us the way we miss you, but I don't see how that can possibly be true.
If you missed it, I had a post up at RealMental the other day.
I had LOTS of fun today--got to go to the OB/GYN, where Kelly will be thrilled to hear that, not only did I not hide my underwear beneath my clothes, I HUNG THEM BRAZENLY ON THE DOOR. For real. JUST for her. More about that later, because big changes are in store that will hopefully make me much less crazified.
Then I accompanied my mom to Best Buy (we don't have an Apple store in Arkansas--really) so she could buy a spankin' new MacBook. Sheesh. Andrea getting one last month wasn't enough; now my mom and my sister are all cutie-patootie little Mac-Buddies. Arrrrgh. Also? The new giant-monitored desktop Mac? Made me WEEP with desire. Holeee COW.
Locals: If you visit the Best Buy in West Little Rock, be sure to single one particularly helpful employee out of the Geek Squad. Ask for "Joey Nuke 'Em." Tell him I sent you.
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