Wednesday, May 20, 2009

I FINALLY saw Grey's...

TV/ Books/ Movies

Grey's = WOW! What a GREAT season finale. The show has really picked up these last few episodes. I figured out the George thing about 30 seconds before they let us know. My guess is that George dies and Izzy lives. Any one else care to take guesses?!

From the Foodie in Me

Hello, My name is Tina, and I'm an over-feeder.
Not an over-eater, an over feeder. I don't know when to stop cooking.
Last night we had boneless wings, flautas, a HUGE fruit and veggie tray. Chips and guacamole, french bread, and a cheese plate. My problem here is that I love being a hostess. I'm considering moving come August so that I can have a yard, and house to hostess in.

Girls Nights

Our girls nights are in Jeopardy! Grey's Anatomy is finished for the season. We need another activity to keep up occupied while we eat and gossip.
I like the idea of knitting... but not all the girls knit. Some of us aren't as domestic as others.
Then there is always the classy/classic idea of fried chicken and porn. I'm thinking some of the girls might not go for it though. Not all of us are as morally bankrupt as I am.
I'm hugely open to suggestions of things to do!

Grinds My Gears

People who flake out. I think this one is pretty self explanatory. I just hate it when people say they will do something and don't follow through. Ugh.

Weird Personal Fact of the Day

Have you ever seen the Family Guy episode where Stewey pronounces the H in Cool Whip?
So it kind of sounds like he's saying "Cool Hwhip". Well, I actually have always pronounced my H's like that. Tamsin used to make fun of me in college for saying the word "hwhite" and not "white". True Story.

Around Town

National Memorial Day Parade

Monday, May 25, 2009, beginning at 2 p.m.The parade of Marching Bands and Veterans units from all 50 states steps off at the corner of Constitution Avenue and 7th Streets, NW and proceeds along Constitution Avenue, past the White House, ending at 17th Street. The National Memorial Day Parade is sponsored by the World War II Veterans Committee and includes patriotic floats and helium-filled balloons. This year’s parade will feature Ernest Borgnine, Gary Sinise, Joe Mantegna, Admiral Michael Mullen and Bob Feller.

For other Memorial day activities in DC:


  1. you have an award waiting for you on my blog! :)

  2. If you do want to move in August let Bill and I know, bc we wouldn't be opposed to a 4th person and the bedroom you would have is HUGE!!!