By the way, I think the boys would look smashing in those shirts. And I had no idea your catarrh had gotten so bad. :/
@myeviltwin I think we all know where it's supposed to go. I can't tell if it's an old timey diva cup or if there's some other female condition I'm unaware of that made women want to plug up their nether regions back in the day.
@Jinxie I actually bought popsicle molds the other day to try out the watermelon/blackberry margarita ones. I am very excited for this.
@Tape Recorder Like this!!! http://www.endlesssimmer.com/featured/endless-poptails/
"In an hour of moderate jogging, a pair of breasts will bounce several thousand times."
This is why I wear two sports bras when I run. Always. Saggy DD cups and running are a tricky combination.
@A. Louise I didn't even expect that I would cry. And yet, I called to order some cupcakes from the bakery that made the wedding cake 9yrs ago* and I LOST IT.
*Party Favors in Brookline was wonderful. They made the cake after another bakery refused. And they made it at the last minute, despite rules to the contrary. It was a small, hasty affair because we were so afraid Mittens would take away their marriage.
This day. This decision. I can't even, you know? My sister and her wife were the 117th couple in MA to get a marriage license! Bet your ass we're celebrating tonight. First I should probably stop crying at work.
" Today, with the eradication of DOMA, Dora and I are recognized as equal in every sense of the word. In our glorious, way-paving state of Massachusetts, and in our country as a whole.
Today, our family in California sees their legal marriages restored, and those not yet married will do so now with full recognition under the law, thanks to the brilliant and necessary strike-down of Prop 8.
Today, our daughter is more protected. Our family is more protected.
Today, we are equal."