Thursday, February 26, 2009

Kaufman Kid Update

I guess his name is now...Casey Warren Kaufman.
6lbs 10onces
Quote from Daddy Kaufman: "Mom is well and the baby is cool!"

Snuggies and Babies

Scalla sent me this, knowing that I would appreciate such an event. I damn near wet myself laughing. Fabulous idea!

The 2-Armed Blanket, Booze, & You: It's the Snuggie Pub Crawl

That's not a religious figure enjoying a snack, that's a man with a Snuggie! (Screenshot from video on Snuggie's official site)"Blankets are okay, but they slip and slide, and when you need to reach for something, your hands are trapped inside," laments the TV commercial for the Snuggie--the blanket that comes with two arms. Never has "lying on the couch" been made so convenient as it has since the product's arrival on the market. And just when you thought you and your new best friend were relegated to the confines of your own home, an event slated to take place soon in Los Angeles can bring Snuggie-wearing booze-enthusiasts together, out in public.

The Team is hosting the first-ever Snuggie Pub Crawl here in our fair city. The "Team" is not affiliated with the blanket-makers, just very fond of, it would seem, drinking while covered--but not restricted--by a blanket. And why not? If at the very least, it will make for some fun photo ops of people assembled in cult-esque robes moving from bar to bar (think SantaCon).

They haven't set the date yet, but plans are underway. You can sign up to be a part of the cuddly insanity, and as they encourage, "even though it's just a blanket with sleeves, we're sure that you'll enjoy a winter evening spent drinking with friends and the Snuggie." Winters being what they are here, and the warming effects of alcohol considered, you might want to dress light under your Snuggie. Proceeds from the event are going to help care for orphans at the AC-Orphanage in Arusha, Tanzania, which rescues orphans from the streets of Tanzania whose parents have been victims of HIV and TB. Donations will go directly to providing food, clean water, clothing and schooling for these children. (Perhaps they could use Snuggies, too?)

In other news - the Kaufmans are having their baby boy right now! Sources tell me he will be named Alexander Warren Kaufman. I shall call him A-Dubs :)

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

One Word

USING ONLY ONE WORD Not as easy as you might think!
Now forward, change the answers to suit you and pass it on.
It's really hard to only use one word answers.
Be sure to send back to the person you received it from!
Where is... your cell phone? coat
Your significant other? desk
Your hair? up
Your mother? adorable
Your father? generous
Your favorite thing? love
Your dream last night? nothing
Your favorite drink? soda
Your dream/goal? sing
What room are you in? office
Your hobby? concerts
Your fear? boredom
Where do you want to be in 6 Yrs? mother
Where were you last night? Josh's
Something that you aren't? hungry
Muffins? no
Wish list item? money
Last thing you did? email
What are you wearing? blue
Your pets? saved
Friends? rad
Your life? happy
Your mood? decent
Missing someone? always
Drinking? water
Smoking? bad
Your car? tiny
Something you're not wearing? earrings
Your favorite store? dollar
Your favorite color? purple
When is the last time you cried? month
Who will resend this? Colleen
Where do you go to over and over? work
Five people who email me regularly? friends (Is this a trick question?. I thought we could only use one word)
My favorite place to eat? Mexican
Favorite place I'd like to be right now? Florida
Four people I think will respond: trick (Again...geez!)

Friday, February 13, 2009


Guy surprised me at work today with these beautiful roses. The note reads:

"You asked for one. Couldn't do that, so I got you 12.
Thanks for being such a wonderful wife.
Love, Guy"

OMG - How Awesome!

Great idea...wish I thought of it:


Every morning when we leave, Rambo jumps up to the window to see us off. He waits for us to tap the glass, and then tries to grab our fingers with his paws. It's like he needs us to do this everyday, or his whole routine is ruined.

What does Rambo do when we are gone? Run around? Try to jump on top of the fridge to get his treats? Steal my hair ties and hide them? I wish he'd lint roll his hair off the furniture and my clothes, or do the damn dishes.

When we get home, he is so tired. He either pops out from under the couch - eyes all red and sleepy, or we can't find him. Where is he? This only happens when the bed is made; He finds his way under the covers so he's just a lump on the bed under the blankets. FOUND YOU - LITTLE RASCAL FLATTS!

Friday, February 6, 2009


If this stimulus business passes, it's definitely funding this. And I'm renaming it Obamaroo! :) OR I might win the tickets for having this posted on Chrystal Ball. Keep your fingers crossed.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Ready To Get Your Mind Blown?

The First Music Video in Excel Format!

The link to the actual file is here:

Here's a YouTube Video of the Excel Video:

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Orange Tic Tacs Are My Nemesis?

So here's a series of strange coincidence: As the Jane's Addiction song goes: "Been Caught Stealing, Once When I Was Five." I was five when I first got caught, weird! The next and last time I was caught stealing, I lifted a bunch of Jane's Addiction CDs (hmm...odd correlation).

Obviously, this was before I had the option to download from Napster or burn a copy of a friend's CD. I didn't get caught with the Jane's CDs though. No alarm went off, so I went back in and snagged a couple copies of a Mariah Carey release. The alarm went off, and I motioned at my friend to "GO, GO!" She peeled off in the yellow Volvo. (AKA...THE LEMON) We were some wack-ass fugees. Ooo La, La, La!

Moral of the shouldn't steal -especially music, or orange Tic Tacs. That shiz will haunt you for life.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Blog Worthy...

Porn interrupts Super Bowl for some in Arizona

For some viewers Sunday in Arizona, Super Bowl XLIII was briefly XXX.
About 10 seconds of pornographic material interrupted the Arizona Cardinals' loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers for some Comcast cable customers watching Tucson's KVOA-TV telecast of the game, according to the Associated Press.
Apparently, only those Comcast subscribers watching the game in standard definition -- as opposed to high-def -- saw the inappropriate scoring drive.
Both KVOA, which said the telecast was clean when it left the station, and the cable company are conducting investigations, AP said.
Guy sent me a link to this today, and it gave me a chuckle.