Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Karma, Karma go away....

I promise I'll be good today.

It seems that I have pissed off the gods and karma has returned to take a large bite out of my ass. Not that my ass couldn't use a little reduction, but when karma starts chomping, I run for the hills.

I really don't know what the h-e-double hockey sticks I did to deserve it.
The first thing that karma should teach us is the realization of what we did wrong. Right?

First we had the DVR problems and then, Salty's manufacturing machine (the one he got like, a month ago) has some grinding motor issue, and the kitchen explosion, can't forget that. And now? The Wii does not work.
Does that mean I don't have to exercise?

I'm getting sort of freaked out that I have to get on a plane and fly to the frozen north. Please, someone, send me some good karma. I'll take prayers, blessings, karma, tidings, and whatever good sh*t you can send.

And while your at it, can you wish some warmer weather into the Chicago area this weekend?

Thanks! You guys are the best!!


I leave you with a little something funny:

The importance of checking your child's homework

Here is the mother's note:

Dear Mrs. Jones,
I wish to clarify that I am not now, nor have I ever been, an exotic dancer. I work at Home Depot and I told Sarah how hectic it was last week before the blizzard hit. I told her we sold out every single shovel we had. Then I found one more in the back room, and several people were fighting over who would get it. Sarah's picture does NOT show me dancing around a pole. It's supposed to depict me selling the last snow shovel we had at Home Depot. From now on I will remember to check her homework more thoroughly before she turns it in.

Mrs. Smith


  1. LMFAO!!!! ummm yeah right cuz that clearly looks like a pole to me!!!
    OMGosh this just made my day!!!
    I so hope yours gets better tho!

  2. The Wii broke? That IS serious.
    I'm pretty sure that just having to fly to the frozen north bites enough to qualify on its own. Without any further mishap.
    Good tidings? What the heck are you going to do with tidings?

  3. Ok I am literally laughing my ass off as I think of the teacher seeing this picture and her first reaction.
    Now for the good belssing. May you have nothing but good things and glad tidings happen to you from this moment on.

  4. HA!! Too funny! The pix not the broken stuff.
    I am sending everything good I can to you as you embark to Iceland or wherever it is you are going. May the Tundra be kind and your sled dogs cute.

  5. Dude, the Wii breaking is a serious downer.

    Why is the world would you be going to Chicago. Last week there was a 75 degree difference between Miami and Chicago. That is just WRONG.

  6. Good karma & a rabbit's foot if it will help.... coming your way. Oh, and this Chicago-ish weather SUCKS! I'm from TX, I shouldn't have to endure this crap.

  7. Oh Binksy! That's a great pic and story to boot.

    I will send you all the good thoughts I can spare, but that Wii breaking? Oh that would be the final straw for me. Grab the vodka, I'm going in.

  8. I hate it when the karma gets messed up. But, then you usually have a nice, long period of good things. Here's to hoping that period is starting now.

  9. Not to worry about flying, did a plane crash into the Hudson last week....?
    Your clear :)

  10. OMG this is the funniest thing ever and I may need to steal it.

  11. That was hilarious! Have fun in Chicago. Sending warm wishes your way. I hope you have socks. :-)

  12. I love that pic. I see some really great ones at school too, but that's one of the best. I would love to share with my fellow teachers and administration. Kids say ( and draw) the darndest things!!!! It's cold today in Texas, but is was 80 yesterday and 60 tomorrow. I wouldn't last long in the cold northern tundra either.


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