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May 11, 2007



Ok, Wordnerd's questions are SO much better than mine that you probably should have left mine in the SPAM folder. HA! (Seriously, I do have 2 of your 3 CDs and now am going to have to look into the McPhee one totally!)

Thanks for playing along and for the new blogs to check out!


Oh my God...I'm going to have nightmares about that H.H. Holmes guy... and I'm not even kidding... I don't understand why he's not more famous. or, well, infamous!

Um... but I must admit that as I was reading it I REALLY was hoping that the hotel was still there and I could go visit it some day... how twisted and morbid is that? ha...


this weather rocks! i'm glad you had fun in arizona but isn't it nice to get home? :))



Oh yeah, read "Devil in the White City" and he gave me big heebie jeebies big time. H. H. Holmes was so damned methodical and creepy. Ick!

Not Dead in a Ditch

Hey, I'm not dead. Our schedules have been crazy. I'll try and call tomorrow. Love ya.


1. Yuck, the H.H. stands for hellish and heinous. Or horrifying and heebie jeebies. I would not care to dine with him either.

2. You had to look up HH; I had to look up Alyson Hannigan. Totally! You should dye your hair chestnut red like that - you're so fair, you could carry it off. I'm dyeing my hair red this weekend (1 week color) for no reason whatsoever.

3. Thanks for the shout out, virtual friend!

4. Project:Gay is pretty great. I just read their Kiss Me Kate review, and also think you look a little like Ann Miller. Can you tap dance?

5. Eat a little cheese for me, 'kay?


I'll remember that package story the rest of my life. I probably wouldn't have opened it either....even before the story. Definitely not now! I'm glad you are bonding with you Seattle.
Hair + nails= good!


Eeek! That's ME! Hi! Thanks for the mention.

And I have to say, I admire your un-stressedness regarding wedding planning. What is your secret, and can you hook a sister up?


Note to Cat: She left her stress in Baton Rouge!

Fraulein N

I agree, Tragic Kingdom is a classic, and of course I have much love for the Wicked soundtrack.

Also, I clicked on that H.H. Holmes link, and I can't help but be amused that there is someone dubbed the "Servant Girl Annihilator." Does that make me a bad person? I mean, honestly. "Annihilator?" He sounds like a Mortal Kombat reject or something.

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