AUTHOR: Marty, a.k.a. canape TITLE: We interrupt this program . . . DATE: 11/14/2009 05:14:00 PM ----- BODY:
Again, not up for much today. Kevin took the kids out for the morning and ran errands. I lay on the couch like a lump. A big lumpy lump.

Now, we are trying to watch the Carolina game on TV, but the commercials are frustrating me. The commercials for primetime TV are scary and not something I want my toddler seeing. So I keep jumping for the remote and hoping that the game on the next channel over is on while the non-family friendly commercials are on.

We did see one commercial though that makes me happy. It's the commercial that features Kevin's work and the amazing research they are doing. I'm so stinking proud of him. Yeah, the hours are long, and I hate it when he has to travel, but he is doing work that is impacting lives positively. And he's smart. S-M-R-T. Smart.

Time to fix dinner. And by fix dinner, I mean order pizza. It's that kind of night.


----- COMMENT: AUTHOR:Anonymous the sandwich life DATE:Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 7:36:00 PM EST it is that kind of night.... ----- COMMENT: AUTHOR:Anonymous No Minimom DATE:Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 7:40:00 PM EST Every time I pull up your blog and my little guy sees your sidebar with the floating fetus, he calls out "BABY!" in this totally excited voice. And it just makes me so happy for you all over again. ----- COMMENT: AUTHOR:Anonymous Daily Verses DATE:Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 8:15:00 PM EST Seriously, they are showing totally inappropriate commercials for prime time shows during the day, even during the morning hours. I hate that my kids catch of glimpse of stuff... especially when they show clips of disgusting FX shows. BTW I had pizza for dinner too. I am always fearful that I will atrophy by the end of the weekend. ;-) ----- COMMENT: AUTHOR:Anonymous Amo DATE:Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 10:14:00 PM EST Speaking of inappropriate tv for toddlers, I came home from work today and my husband was watching Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome with our one-yr old! Aye, yi, yi. ----- --------